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Best Jewelry Designers in the World – 2018 Top List

Gazette Review-Jan. 30, 2016
Graff placed this diamond in a necklace, he cut and polished the diamond, and .... Mikimoto Luxury Pearl Company is a Japanese pearl jewelry design house ...

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Kris Jenner Has a New Jewelry Line—Here's How You Can Score a ...

InStyle-Jan. 27, 2016
... the momager officially released the first piece of the Kris Jenner Signature Collection: a pearl necklace with mixed gray, Tahitian black, white, champagne, and ...
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The history of Tiffany

The Jewellery Editor (blog)-Jun. 17, 2016
... cement the jewelry brand's reputation as the ultimate luxury destination and ... For more than 40 years, the Open Heart necklace by Elsa Peretti has been the ...

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Sotheby's to Auction Historic Gray Pearl Necklace

WWD-Aug. 28, 2015
ON THE BLOCK: One of the world's rarest pearl necklaces will return to the auction circuit this October. Sotheby's will auction “The Cowdray Pearls” at its Oct. 7 ...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Appeal to sociologists to psychological methods of studying personality characteristics was not accidental. Although the object of sociological study are the most common (different levels of generality) the laws of the social functioning of the group, however, many empirical data can be obtained only through the individual, analyzing and evaluating his actions, opinions, traits, values. "Unlike psychology, sociology is interested in the mass and, moreover, impersonal processes, - wrote V. A. Poisons. And yet the sociologist cannot ignore the heart of public life - actors. A sociological study on the subject can only be a social group, some social community, not the individual. But very often information about social community is necessary to obtain by analyzing data on individuals comprising it. Aggregate information about individuals - their social orientation, opinions, stereotypes of thinking - be a good characterization of the social whole. Apparently, for all these reasons, sociologists are quite actively resorted to purely psychological procedures associated with measurement of personal or group characteristics".
Sociologists have adopted the use of psychological tests. However, as already mentioned, not so much the psychological tests as their elements, and this greatly impoverishes the depth and credibility of psychological information. If psychological tests are constructed as a series of questions (judgments) to identify, as a rule, a single property of the person, the intensity of his manifestation, then in the sociological questionnaires are often limited to two or three questions. But sociologists have won in another: they raised a layer of socio-psychological relations, which largely influence the formation and functioning of the common social laws of a specific community of people. Although, in the apt words of V. A. Yadov, the use of psychological tests in sociology "illegally" as they do not give information on the social behavior of the individual, and describe only some psychologically stable characteristics, but the social features of human behavior is impossible to know without studying his personal psychological characteristics. Therefore, the use of psychological tests or test items in sociology can be justified, if a sociologist wants to find out the mechanism of the interaction of psychological characteristics of the person and some General features of social behavior in their interdependence and mutual influence.
Psychological research allow us to understand why a man would do so, and not otherwise, why it acts differently, not as he is required by law of social behavior, specifically how psychological attributes influence social behavior and how social behavior leads to his specific individual qualities, psychological characteristics. The interaction is very complicated and certainly not straightforward, but understanding it is possible in some cases only in the simultaneous study of social and psychological behavior of the individual and large groups of people.