Saturday, March 30, 2019

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Kashmir Sapphire Sells for £1.3 Million at Bonhams Auction 9, 2016
... an Art Deco Emerald and Diamond bracelet by Cartier (£257,000) and a Single-Strand Natural Pearl necklace (£221,000). In total, the Bonhams London Fine ...
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The Queen of pearls: Of all the dazzling jewellery she owns, a pair of ...

Daily Mail-Jun. 11, 2016
When her grandfather George V celebrated his Silver Jubilee in 1935, he gave both his granddaughters pearl necklaces. The then nine-year-old Princess ...
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Flower power: the latest Louis Vuitton Blossom jewels

The Jewellery Editor (blog)-Apr. 1, 2016
The rings with either mother-of-pearl petals or diamonds beg to be stacked, and the ... Even the impressive, one-off Louis Vuitton necklaces have a relaxed feel ...
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Style Spotlight: Modern White Pearl Jewelry

JCK-Apr. 14, 2016
White pearls aren't so staid when set in one of these contemporary designs. ... Pendant necklace in 14k white gold with a white freshwater soufflé pearl and 2.74 ...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The Respondent does not need to know all the intricacies of the issues, the internal mechanism of the device of the questionnaire as, say, the listener does not need knowledge of the device radio. The internal mechanism of functioning of the questionnaire is the work of a sociologist. Its mission is to build the questionnaire so that the conceptual interpretation of used indicators and their interrelations were allowed on the objective of communication, which determine the studied process or phenomenon. But this internal mechanics is often obscure, and may not be clear to an ignorant person without knowledge of the research programme as a whole. But once again, that it is not necessary to the Respondent.
Of course, the researcher does not care how the Respondent perceives the questionnaire. Knowing that seemingly illogical form, such a chaotic set of questions may cause a negative reaction, the researcher can bring it in relative order, using formal methods of communication for individual questions and blocks of questions, for example, by introducing the introductory words and sentences like "we would Now like to ask You..." or "And now let's move on to a new topic..." or "In the next questions we are interested in such problems...", etc. Sometimes you can even emphasize that we deliberately jump from one issue to another, from one topic to another, deliberately set different topics questions, as if speaking to the Respondent, what we say, understand that this sounds illogical, but can't do anything right.
"And here is another question: "has it ever Happened that You have not found the contact with his fiancée and You had Myl: "And not to disperse us?"". Built for possibility is logical form, of course, relieve many of the questions as respondents and customers.
The questionnaire is drawn up absolutely correctly, often leaves the impression not only chaotic, but even primitive. Survey questions are sometimes so simple and easy that often makes the reader wonder: "the questionnaire I could be!"
Once an aspiring sociologist showed me the questionnaire and carefully tried to find out my opinion. It was evident that he wanted to Express his critical attitude, but he did not dare: the questionnaire produced a respectable scientific organization. Accustomed to wordy, long and complex questionnaires, which were prepared by the sociological service, the young sociologist could not appreciate the perfect simplicity of the questionnaire. Involuntarily there is a desire to declare it primitive. And only reading program of studies, it was possible to understand not only the professional competence of its authors, but also their wisdom.
The questions were formulated concisely, clearly, clearly, they were easy to understand, are not required to answer great mental strain and was available for all groups of respondents. Only an experienced sociologist can imagine how much time, labor and knowledge required researchers to create an accurate methodology. Created the program and methodology of the research the sociologist F. R. Filippov and led them to the study group.
In fact, this apparent simplicity. To make this profile requires no less talent, knowledge and work than to create a beautiful novel. The difference is that the sociologist does not receive wide acceptance, its success can only assess his colleagues. Yes, it may be a gratitude of the respondents who received the satisfaction of completing the questionnaire, and, of course, the survey results are comforting moments on the long and difficult journey of the researcher. Simple form to be as difficult as to write a novel.