Saturday, March 30, 2019

Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from The Boston Globe

Necklace puts her in a Rosie disposition

The Boston Globe-Jan. 21, 2016
She cherishes a jade pendant, a gift she received at birth from her grandparents. She even has a soft spot for the coral Chewbead necklace that doubles as a ...
Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from

Jamaica's new floating villas offer a romantic Caribbean getaway 6, 2016
For decades, tourists have flown all the way to the South Pacific to find them: Small thatched-roof bungalows on stilts string out like a pearl necklace through ...
Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from South China Morning Post

Fashion shoot: sexy sleepwear-inspired looks for Hong Kong

South China Morning Post-Mar. 26, 2016
Slip dress (HK$29,500) by Saint Laurent. Coat (HK$45,100) and embellished slippers (HK$12,500), both by Balenciaga. Pearl earrings (HK$8,300) by Chanel.
Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from Daily Mail

How to dress like a grown up: There's more to Theresa's style than her ...

Daily Mail-Aug. 1, 2016
The prime ministerial necklace and (sometimes) matching bracelet are being .... The Lou pearl necklace by Hobbs could not be more Theresa May if it tried - and ...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

In sociological research this is not yet used as in the form of sociological issues are the substantive, which reflects the content of the study. It seems that the issue can immediately determine that it wants to know the sociologist.
In fact, if in the questionnaire there is a question why the employee wants to resign from the company, then, naturally, there is an assumption that the sociologist wants to use this question to find out the reasons or motives for the dismissal. In fact this can be a quite different, of a sociologist may be interested in some values of professional orientation of certain groups of employees and the question of motives of dismissal can only be one measure of the degree of orientation in the professional activity.
So when we ask a Respondent whether he has relatives or a beloved friend in a different city, how much to spend time on the road from home to work or as often sick in the last year, it causes confusion and the accusation of irrationality. "We pay You money not to learn if he had relatives in another city or if he wants to marry. We want to know why he wants to quit the factory!" - exclaims in this place the angry customer.
As already mentioned, the target software issues, usually in a direct statement not found in the questionnaire. A sociologist may investigate marital satisfaction, and never did not directly ask this question. The problem can be studied by a series of indirect questions. After all, life is not always of interest to us things clarified, as they say, the forehead. Usually when we first met trying to find out some personal characteristics of the person, for example, age, education, marital status, what works, etc., but these issues are rarely directly, except from great impatience and curiosity. They are investigated most often indirectly, as they say, little by little. The reader can verify by tracing in this interview, like what questions to ask the interviewees. In the questionnaire do not always respected this rule, and if complied with, sociologists are often accused of inability to prepare a questionnaire. Perhaps none of the stages of the research is not subject to such rigorous critique of the work of the sociologist and does not offer persistent services by various incompetent people, especially those who have the right to allow the study.
To mention the fact that the Respondent does not necessarily know the connections and relationships between issues, which are a researcher, we certainly don't want to say that we purposely deceive that, making "sly" form, specifically keeping him in the dark, so he accidentally not answered as we wish. Respondent, of course, is the co-author of the study, and we should by all means to bring him to work together, to arouse his kindness, interest and desire to answer questions. Of course, this assumes the first and most important condition, namely, understanding the main goals and objectives of the study. So at the beginning of the questionnaire always indicate what the purpose is research, what are its main objectives. But coming to the Respondent as to our aide, an active participant, a sociologist must strive to make him work, to make it less time consuming and at the same time to obtain correct data. Making a "tricky" form, we thereby make it more accessible, easy, intuitive - with one hand. With the other "tricky" profile allows a deeper study of a particular process, to build a network of relationships that allows you to go on the true causes of the phenomenon under study.