Saturday, March 30, 2019

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In My Jewellery Box: Jessica McCormack 21, 2015
Similarly to pearls, its lustre improves with age as a result of being worn next to the skin, ... I wear it on a diamond-set chain layered with my other necklaces. ... stunning, and it's lined in yellow gold as a little hidden luxury just for the wearer.
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Kim Kardashian blasted as 'irresponsible' by child expert after ... 11, 2015
Kim Kardashian has been blasted as "irresponsible" by a baby expert, after dressing her daughter North in a pearl necklace before bed. Alison Edwards, a ...
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The Life: Carolina Herrera On Fashion and Laughter (blog)-Mar. 13, 2015
I tell her a story of how Karl Lagerfeld gave me a pearl necklace before its debut in a Chanel show, and all the girls were jealous. "Ha!" she says. "That's brilliant.".
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50-Carat Hope Spinel Sets World Record, Fetches $1.4 Million

Forbes-Sep. 24, 2015
Colored gems, signed pieces and a natural pearl were among the other top items ... The luxury jeweler's Indian-inspired Tutti Frutti jewels are some of its most ... A sapphire and diamond necklace, ring and earring suite that sold for $315,537.


Anonymous said...

When You enter a store and the salesperson greets you with a smile and You respond in kind - it is quite a different attitude than just functional. Here there is a definite reaction and a desire again to visit this store. Essentially both You and the seller with whom You enter into a purely functional relationship, does not care how they add up. Even in that short moment, when he made fleeting contact between people set gamma relations, each time different, sometimes, unfortunately, those that can spoil the mood for the whole day, or, conversely, to make it beautiful.
And in a questionnaire survey. The Respondent to the sociologist, essentially acts only as a carrier of certain information and the holder of a certain sign. Establish certain functional relations: the sociologist, of course, need the answers of the Respondent. But the Respondent is not always the right questions of a sociologist, and he has the right not to respond to his questions or to respond formally that the answers would be unnecessary. To answer the questions of the sociologist there is no obligation, nobody has the right to compel the Respondent to do what he wants to fill in the questionnaire. Therefore the direct responsibility of the sociologist to try that the Respondent wanted to answer his questions. To do this, go to the Respondent as an individual. If we want to receive from him the necessary information, it is necessary to ensure that he wanted to share it, want to work with a sociologist, was interested in maintaining communication with him. The main achievement of this goal is the approach to the respondents, taking into account the diversity of their personal characteristics.

Anonymous said...

If we are interested in the person, then do not allow ourselves to treat him only as a carrier of a certain quality. One who is guided in their relations purely functional purposes, it plays in achieving them, regardless of whether they're dealing with a boss, a wife, a friend or dealer shop. As a rule, the relationship in cases where we are interested, are constructed as personal, given all the wealth of qualities and characteristics of the person. Because respondents often deny this, the researcher loses a lot.
A sociologist, approached the Respondent impersonal, building your relationship with him just as functional, without regard to its (Respondent's) personal qualities, often unconsciously causing negative response and the Respondent no desire to cooperate with the researcher. Even with the absentee poll Respondent nicely captures the attitude and tone of the questionnaire, in the form of build issues on the use of certain words, phrases.
If the reader ever received letters from official organizations, remember, probably, as they are written coolly, officially, when the reporter is perceived by the addressee only, who must answer or something to inform. He remembers, of course, what was his mood after reading such a letter. Most often it causes no desire to answer. It's the same with the questionnaire. Instead of human words, colored by feelings, emotions, the Respondent meets the dry state proposals, stamped momentum. If there are good, respectful, considerate relationship to the Respondent, there is no reciprocal desire to understand the question, answer it.
Of course, when solving a particular problem of the sociologist with the need abstrahierte from a specific person, focusing on the General opinion of a certain set of people. In addition, when receiving certain information, the researcher is not interested in the totality of personal characteristics of the Respondent, and any aspect of this collection, individual characteristic, say, team relationships, job satisfaction, orientation to termination.
But, abstracting from the identity in content of the task, the sociologist has no right to abstract from the identity of the Respondent when choosing the form of dialogue. It must be remembered that the relationship between the sociologist and the Respondent, while being strictly functional, the form should wear personal character, because, ultimately, only personal relationships determine the functional. Because the answer to the question must not give automatic, and people in all its diversity and the richness of qualities, emotional and sensitive to every word and sentiment expressions. So, when constructing the questionnaire and formulating the questions you should always remember about the Respondent, to ensure that the form was human, soft, if you like, nice to each Respondent felt personally interested in his opinion, appeal to him, and not to the abstract unit of analysis. Only under this condition can be successfully solved research tasks.