Saturday, March 30, 2019

Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from Daily Mail

How the other canine half live! John Legend's French Bulldog Pippa ...

Daily Mail-May 19, 2016
On Thursday French Bulldog Pippa donned a three-rope pearl necklace before stepping ... for a walk with owner John Legend wearing a striking pearl necklace.
Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from The Jewellery Editor (blog)

The return of the pendant watch

The Jewellery Editor (blog)-Oct. 26, 2016
The Velvet Ribbon pearl sautoir necklace, below, literally leaves time dangling in the form of a pendant watch swaying from a strand of creamy white Akoya ...
Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from Forbes

16 Top Jewels At Baselworld 2016

Forbes-Apr. 17, 2016
... large Swiss watch brands (many owned by luxury holding companies) were cautious ... Among them is an elaborate paraiba necklace and ring fashioned after the ... They added to their Japanese Akoya pearls jewels with modern designs ...
Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from New York Times

A River's Tales: The Islands of the Seine

New York Times-Jun. 22, 2016
“The islands are like a pearl necklace of nature decorating the river,” said Milena Charbit, an architect who is the curator of the exhibition, which stemmed from ...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Thirdly, the scope of the questionnaire depends on the difficulty presented in the questions. Psychological tests often contain dozens of questions, but they are easily perceived by the subjects since the questions tend to be quite simple and answer them by "Yes", "no" is not easy. In the sociological questionnaires are often quite complex issues with various system responses, such as, tabular, or combined in form, rather complicated in content, motivation, requiring mental stress, memory, estimation. Therefore, if research objectives require difficult to understand and fill in the questions, then you should do a small volume of the questionnaire.
I must say that even the smallest profiles you can remove quite a large amount of information that the quality can satisfy the most demanding of the researcher and the customer. Of course it should be able to handle the material, i.e. the material of the primary sociological information (the respondents) to be able to provide in a system of relations and relationships. For example, bulletins of temporary disability can give the same information volume as the average volume profile. Inexperienced sociologist, trying to get the right information, often follows in their reasoning level of one-dimensional relations of the type "question-answer". It makes him to use when addressing specific research tasks to develop a large number of questions. To solve with this approach all research tasks, in fact, requires quite a lot of questions. But this number can be greatly reduced if you use two-dimensional and three-dimensional communication (respectively using and different system of reasoning, namely reasoning concerning the relationship of phenomena).
So, studying the effect on performance in school and at University, a factor incorporating the average score of matriculation in grade upon entering the Institute, you can develop a great series of questions on school performance, orientation to higher education, academic performance at the Institute on the various groups of respondents. To answer the software question, you would ask a great series of questions of the questionnaire. But you can do a small amount of issues that provide functional or linear relationship between performance in school and academic performance in high school, the system and evaluating the form of training etc. Introduction of some additional, often test questions, gives clear understanding that the estimated school performance has no significant effect on academic performance in high school. For example, school medals and honors are not always at the Institute for learning better than others, even former mediocre students. Higher academic performance in high school happens to those who at school studied on "well" and "excellent". The introduction of a third factor, namely, training in the school for classes, leads to the conclusion that the performance in the Institute is more influenced by systematic training, at least in the last two years of schooling. Thus, using a small number of questions, it is possible to solve the problem.
The volume of the questionnaire, as we have seen, depends on a number of factors, but must also consider what factors depending on the specific research objectives are essential for determining the scope of the questionnaire. If the sociologist does not have sufficient research experience, at first he should not get involved in large forms (usually the opposite happens), but to build a small number of questions in the questionnaire, and the accumulation of experience turning to more complex. However, with experience comes the understanding of the feasibility of working with small and simple questionnaires to Respondent questions.
"Tell me, please, and it will take not very much time?" ask the respondents. Each of us treasures his time, including dining, when most often the interview. And if we ask the Respondent to help us, we must do everything possible so that this work was not painful.