Wednesday, March 20, 2013

What are opinions?

The most important for our blogs is the Guest Author opinion which is an editorial opinion. It is the stated opinion of the blogger for anything he or she writes in the blog. And it can vary widely which is what makes it most interesting to our fellow reader/dancers and the hits go through the roof.

"The truth can be too obscure, too plain and too pure. To live it you may have to explode. There is nothing more frightening than active ignorance."

Group opinions are essentially the same and they may come to a head through one person. And that person may only contribute "his or her opinion" only once and perhaps even twice. (They do not wish to get involved with what they think is a commitment.) These are usually very well accepted opinions.

"Step By Step" by the Crests

In the social sciences, there is also a recognition of the clique group opinion such as we have in dancing and it refers to the aggregation of opinions verbally communicated from closely knit people. The biggest has been the well known Creative Researchers And Producers. Generally conceded that they have contributed much to the decrease in dancing interest for the last couple decades. And the increase in so many new dance clubs in the last two decades. In these situations, researchers are often interested in questions related to social choice, untruths, conformity, and group polarization.

"Rip Van Winkle" by the Devotions

Public opinion in contemporary usage, is the aggregate of individual attitudes or beliefs held by populations such as the entire island of Oahu. While consumer opinion is the similar aggregate collected as part of marketing research (e.g., opinions of users of a particular product or service). Typically, because the process of gathering opinions from all individuals is difficult, expensive, or impossible to obtain, public opinion (or consumer opinion) is estimated using survey sampling (e.g., with a representative sample of a population).

"La Comparsita" by Julio Iglesias

For us the perfect communication settles down to ten or less blogs and each with ten or less Guest Authors. But we could achieve pretty close to agreement in the enjoyment of dancing in our cultural dance. And with the easy acceptance of all the other styles out there. Hey, hey, we are rolling in the right direction.





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