Saturday, March 30, 2019

Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from South China Morning Post

High jewellers add luxury using subtle, even secret, details

South China Morning Post-Aug. 9, 2017
What would you expect from a 30ct diamond ring? Boucheron's take on it was certainly unconventional. Creative director Claire Choisne filled a clear rock ...
Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from Philippine Star

Gift a piece of luxury for half the price

Philippine Star-Nov. 22, 2017
Gift a piece of luxury for half the price ... A gift of luxury is the perfect choice. ... these stud pearl earrings, pearl ring with flower accents and pearl pendant for their ...
Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from StyleBlueprint (blog)

Stunning Jewelry FINDS, All Found Locally!

StyleBlueprint (blog)-Feb. 2, 2017
Pearl pendant and Czech cathedral beaded necklace s by Kim Gambrell Couture ... Luxury Italian jewelry designer Marco Bicego woos Memphis gals with this ...
Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from

Bulgari Festa: a High Jewellery ode to the Italian art of partying 7, 2017
A marquetry mosaic of chrysoprase, coral, mother-of-pearl and sugilite pays ... for her 40th birthday - the necklace is now part of Bulgari's Heritage collection, ...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

But the other way in the cognition of social phenomena, perhaps not. Getting to the study of a particular problem (social phenomena), we already have a preliminary idea about it. Knowing that we know nothing, already have knowledge about this unknown. Formulating the conceptual part of my research, the sociologist would have outlined your knowledge about the studied phenomenon, problem, put forward hypotheses, outlined ways of further promotion in the area of the unknown. This theoretical understanding should be checked, and that makes a sociological study.
Sociology, as already mentioned, as a method of social cognition, however, like any other social science, in its methodical part is nothing new opens, but only confirms or denies some of our theoretical conceptual models.
Analyzing the answers of respondents in the sociological survey, we confirm or refute our hypotheses inherent in the program of sociological research. Naturally, the respondents "work" in the framework of our theoretical understanding, despite the fact they agree with us or not. The main danger in this is that in itself a theory, logically based, can have a spontaneous influence on the reasoning of respondents who "lured" some of them on the side of the sociologist, which of course, affects the purity of the study. The Respondent may appeal to some answers proposed in the questionnaire, and he will choose it, though might have a different view than those suggested. The Respondent may be lazy to counter your logic the reasoning of the researcher and to follow him. All this, of course, affects the reliability of the knowledge obtained.