Saturday, March 30, 2019

Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from Daily Mail

From grandmother's heirlooms to the must-have accessory: How ...

Daily Mail-Jul. 8, 2016
It might be time to dig out those pearls your grandmother once gave you, because ... One of the most popular looks is a pearl necklace with a bold red lipstick.

Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from JCK

26 Things to Do at JCK Las Vegas 2016

JCK-Jun. 2, 2016
This year, you can't swing a strand of pearls without hitting a fashion show: .... New this year: the LUXURY Watch show, featuring brands such as Cuervo y ...
Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from The Jewellery Editor (blog)

Gem of a read: new books for jewellery lovers

The Jewellery Editor (blog)-Oct. 18, 2016
... no greater gift than a large and luxurious coffee-table book devoted to gems – or ... or a pearl and ruby necklace that once graced the neck of Marie Antoinette.
Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from Haute Time

How to Become a Princess, Thanks to Christie's, Heritage and other ...

Haute Time-Mar. 30, 2016
... include a 40-plus carat necklace of diamonds and Colombian emeralds with ... and alluring cultured pearl and diamond fringe necklace that features a floral ...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

First, logically built form (in this case we are talking about purely external, visual, and not the internal logic) when one question logically follows from the other, or a thematic sequence, sometimes quite unintentionally can affect the purity of the responses. The fact that the response to a subsequent question may be a predefined answer to the previous. As they say, say "and" says "b". A logical system of questions may spontaneously be predetermined and logical system of answers.
In one of the studies of public awareness in the questionnaire were formulated a series of questions regarding the use of the media: what and how often I read, watch and what TV shows, listen to any radio, do you read the newspaper, etc. Then immediately after this series of questions followed by the question: "Where basically You learn about the latest developments in our country and abroad?" Answer: from official sources - radio, Newspapers, television; from conversations with friends and acquaintances.
As a result of the survey it was found that approximately 70% of respondents learn about the latest developments in our country and abroad from special sources and 30% from conversations with friends and acquaintances. Although the first figure was lower than we expected, however, in principle it does not contradict our logical reasoning and hypothesis of the study, according to which the official channels are the main source of awareness about events in our country and abroad. However, the second study on the same subject and the same object, which was conducted almost immediately after the first, gave a very different result. This question was posed in the questionnaire separately, as not logically related to the previous questions. In the second study, only 42% of respondents said that they receive information mainly from official sources. Without going into the analysis of all the subtleties and complexities of the relationship of formal and informal channels of information and their impact on the level of awareness, we emphasize only the fact that a certain sequence of questions can influence the study.