Saturday, March 30, 2019

Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from The Australian Financial Review

Melbourne jewellery icon Kozminsky to sell off stock in million-dollar ...

The Australian Financial Review-Jan. 30, 2017
"Cher came into the store and was the first person to buy one black pearl earing and ... Gregory Peck bought a pearl necklace for his wife Veronique, who later ...
Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from The Jewellery Editor (blog)

Best of 2016: animal magic

The Jewellery Editor (blog)-Jan. 4, 2017
... one-of-a-kind pearl octopus hand bracelet by Sevan Bicakci, which took the .... Queen necklace, with the strikingly modern, and affordable, snake pendant, made ... the most trafficked animal in the world, the African luxury brand collaborated ...
Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from The Jewellery Editor

Hard stones hit the high spot

The Jewellery Editor-Jun. 2, 2017
... of this trend was Chaumet's Lumiere d'Eau necklace from 2014 with its cascades of ... another word for hard stones that extends to include mother-of-pearl.
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From Salvador Dali to Liberace: the taboo-busting jewellery exhibition ... 23, 2017
The summer-house walls fold into a pair of cuffs, a central diamond-paved panel in the floor detaches to become a pendant, onto which you may string as many ...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The fact is that in the instructions to the questionnaire the researcher necessarily reveals the main goals and objectives of the study in General terms. Answering questions, the Respondent needs to know what problem it helps solve, working with a questionnaire. The sociologist, of course, has no right to cheat, even unknowingly mislead him. So if the manual says that the study concerns the problems of family and marriage, and the first questions are aimed at obtaining information on space discoveries or sporting activities (although the programme of study they may be associated), the Respondent, at best, think we made a mistake in the definition of the topic, if you do not think that he cheated.
Therefore, after contact matters in the introductory part of the questionnaire should be given some simple and personal questions neutral, close to the main topic of the study. So, if the instruction is a sociologist stated that it would explore issues of family and marriage, the first page should be devoted to this subject. If the research is directed on studying of problems of increasing job satisfaction, improving the conditions and organization of labor, these topics should form the first contact after the questionnaire. Later, in the main part of the questionnaire, after an explanation and introductory phrases you can formulate questions on other topics, can be visually and not related to the main topic. As a rule, the specified part of the entry has no more than two or three questions.
The introductory part of the questionnaire contains another important element. Mindful of the fact that the questionnaire may seem chaotic to the Respondent a set of questions, it is necessary to warn him of the possible negative reactions. Therefore, the transition to the main part of the questionnaire should include such introductory sentence, which would explain the Respondent the structure of the whole questionnaire. For example: "We finished the introductory part of the questionnaire. Now we turn to the main questions on the topic of the study, which was specified in the instructions. But because we consider many aspects, don't be surprised if some of our questions will relate to various issues. Provided the program of study."
After this introductory phrase in the main part of the questionnaire structure and the other issues, no matter what aspects they are touched, will be easily understood by the Respondent, in any case, it will be understood that particular question have meaning to the researcher.