Saturday, March 30, 2019

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Bold gold jewelry is back in style

Fortune-May 9, 2015
... amulets and collectible cocktail rings can be found at select luxury retailers. .... “We had a South American collector of unique serpent necklaces that just had ...
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Her multi-layered dresses, tulle skirts, pearl necklaces, faux fur coats, little leather gloves, girlish knits, quaint Breton stripes and soft colors are ethereal, cosy ...

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The luxury retailer just debuted its holiday gift collection and the prices range from a mere $20 to a whopping $5 million. Since that's quite a range of options, we ...
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This season is a statement-maker's dream from fantasy to luxury. ... $1,810; Adelphe at Hod Necklace with Gold Charms; Forte ... rings with even more horn and mother of pearl bangles and you've got the look.


Anonymous said...

Answering the question whether it allows a marriage to work, a Respondent may answer a slightly half-hearted for fear that he may find negligent, unskilled worker, blame the unwillingness and inability to work. Introductory sentence, which says that there are objective reasons for poor quality of work, independent of the specific employee, relieves anxiety on this score, and we get a lot of chances to get a sincere answer.
Introductory offers apply for greater attention, help to remember the "past minutes and flying of the year", promote the work of the imagination.
"Imagine that You have a time machine, which can easily take You back in time. What historical person would You like to see and talk to him?"

Anonymous said...

These suggestions play a big role in the motivation of the Respondent, his confidence. In an interview to strengthen the confidence of the Respondent in their abilities, interest, understanding the necessity and importance of his work used the statements of the interviewer such as: "It is very interesting", "yeah, Yeah, You're right" or "You said that...", "You have a pretty good idea...", etc. Often it is enough to the Respondent did not doubt that his answers are relevant and interesting to the researcher.
In the course of conversation, the questionnaire uses a different technique. Usually, the questionnaire included an introductory sentence such as: "How do You know..." or "You probably remember" or "But now it would be important to know..." etc. These phrases we like to strengthen the confidence of the Respondent that he well remembered clearly imagine and that we are interested in his opinion and his answers.
Maintaining the attention of respondents is always necessary. First, respondents to the middle of the questionnaire is beginning to tire, his dulled attention, reduced desire to work on a questionnaire to answer the questions. Secondly, there are moments, especially in the course of conversation, when the Respondent begins to doubt the correctness of their answers and their usefulness. This condition occurs when a person is doing some new work and he had no one to consult. Even buying a tie or a suit, we try to know the opinion of at least from the seller about our choice. What can we say about more complex things!
Especially indispensable introductory sentence, when it is necessary to unload the question or describe the situation.
A fragment of the questionnaire:
"Today's youth tends to be aware of the most important events of the political life of the country. It uses various sources of information: Newspapers, magazines, radio, television and others. Not all these sources equivalent to obtaining certain information."
Next comes a series of questions on sources of awareness of young people. Here's another question from the questionnaire for young people.
A fragment of the questionnaire:
"It is sometimes argued that the requirements for standards of behaviour in our society is too soft, as necessary. But there is another opinion, saying that they have too strict.
If you provide all the information laid out in the introductory sentence as a question, it will be long, heavy and would be difficult to be perceived by the Respondent. Highlighting the narrative, which explains the crux of the matter, we thus discharged himself the question, making it more simple and easy to understand, and therefore to reply. In this embodiment, the ability to obtain a reliable answer, without a doubt, quite high.
Support proposals, as well as subsidiary questions, easy form, make it more accessible for perception, create a favorable background for the understanding of the Respondent and the researcher.
At the end of the questionnaire looks good is the final sentence:
"Our questionnaire is finished. You did a great job. Your answers helped us a lot in scientific research.
Isn't gratitude in such a form is more expressive than short and dry "thank you for the answers." Feel free once again to thank and to praise the Respondent. He's really earned the gratitude, having done a great job as a member of the sociological research.