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Zara opens biggest store in Mumbai; to launch online store by ...

Economic Times-May 4, 2017
MUMBAI: Global fast-fashion retailer Zara today opened its largest stand-alone highstreet store in the city and will also foray into e-commerce by the end of this ...
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Montreal's fashion industry hopes to keep NAFTA provision

Montreal Gazette-Aug. 22, 2017
Members of Montreal's fashion industry are trying to make sure they're not forgotten as the North American Free Trade Agreement is renegotiated. “Everybody ...
Story image for fashion industry from Refinery29

InStyle's Laura Brown On Working Her Way Up

Refinery29-Dec. 11, 2017
And it's why Brown, who's had an extensive and diverse career in fashion, was the perfect ... You've talked about feeling like an outsider in the fashion industry.

1 comment:

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Each of these approaches requires a specific build of a set of alternatives. Thus, in the case of the fixing of any phenomenon, process, detection of the intensity of its flow, etc. can not be taken private, insignificant, accidental forms of its manifestation, because there is a risk to fix an unstable phenomenon or process. You need to be sure that using certain parameters as options of the response alternatives of the question, we record the essential characteristics.
For example, in the question about the political activity in a random set of alternatives, we may not get a true picture of the level of social activity of the Respondent. Therefore, it is necessary to select only those alternatives that could reliably characterize the phenomenon being studied, to show the stability of its characteristics, i.e. to select the most significant characteristic of tasks performance.
The development of part-time division requires a precise definition of the conceptual content of the question formulated, complete and clear definition of what information wants to sociologist. Perhaps that is why this type of question is used, according to published sociological questionnaires, reluctantly. Indeed, this question always leaves some dissatisfaction. I want to ask about many things, but the scope of the question and methodological requirements to limit the number of alternatives does not allow it. The result is the impression that remains behind a large number of unclaimed and so necessary (especially when it is impossible to obtain) information. However, this dissatisfaction is the result of the fuzzy ideas about what information is necessary for the sociologist to solve research problems.
In sociological questionnaires most often used the question with a full division, that is, alternatives which as odonate fully or largely exhaust the conceptual content of the question.