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    • Cash Account. February.: Date. Received. Paid. 1 5 doz. Eggs 1.00 1 cloth 160 thread 10 1.70 1 supporters .25 1 gloves (childrens) .50 1 writing Tab .10 1 I.H. Langston 1.50 pasture 2 C.F. Hepworth .75 photos 3 J.M. Smyth. Co 2.29 7 Corn....
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    • A Structural Approach to Influencing Destination Image and Visiting Intent Using Communication Mix: A Case Study of Austria A Thesis submitted to the graduation division of Southern Utah University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the...
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    • Master’s Creative Project Engaging Secondary Students In Mathematics With Projects Created By Implementing Howard Gardner’s Multiple Intelligences By Colleen G. Okeson November 22, 2010 Graduate Studies in Education Southern Utah University Cedar...
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    • Running Head: STUDENT ORIENTATION i Developing and implementing a student orientation program: A case study from Southwest Applied Technology College A Project presented to the Faculty of the Communication Department at Southern Utah University In...
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    • AN EXPLORATION OF THE CONSTRUCTION OF COMMITMENT LEADING TO MARRIAGE A Thesis presented to the Faculty of the Communication Department at Southern Utah University In partial fulfillment of the Requirement for the Degree Master of Arts in...
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    • MUTED MOTHERHOOD 6 career over antidepressants, not career over family” (Molinolo, 2007, p. 46). In addition, Steiner herself wrote in the introduction, “I don’t understand moms who find happiness staying home all the time, without work and their...
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    • ! 6! Chapter 2 Literature Review Secondary theatre teachers participate in theatre festivals and competitions annually. These contests can be positive and negative experiences depending on the student, teacher, performance and perception. In...
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    • HEGEMONIC MASCULINITY 10 appears to be treated as a minor transgression, because of the low status of the young women (p. 1). It is difficult to overcome that type of social conditioning that has been going on for centuries. Women have been...
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    • 7 high schools and alternative high schools and school wide versus pull out post-secondary introduction program. There has not been a study that focuses on students who live in rural areas, are members of low SES, have little parental support,...
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    • CONTENT MARKETING 10 optimization (Chun-Yao, Yong-Zheng, Hong-Xiang, & Shin-Shin, 2007). In Public Relations Quarterly, Schwartzman (2005) gave tips for marketers to blog effectively. He recommended maintaining social interaction for readers of the...
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    • 5 disadvantage compared to fellow classmates who are native English speakers. “These students are not only required to compete with native speakers of English with respect to academic or literacy related language skills, they must also acquire the...
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    • Apologia, Antapologia and Political Power 6 Leaving your dying wife for a younger, healthier woman In the midst of the 2008 presidential primary campaign, reports surfaced from The National Enquirer that Senator John Edwards of North Carolina, a...
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    • CORE STABILITY AND AGILITY 9 Assumptions There were three primary assumptions involved in this study. The first was that all participants gave full effort on the tests used to measure agility and core stability. Second, it was assumed that a...
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    • 7 writing must be significant. It must be significant enough to continue looking for other answers, or continue down the very troubling path of not assigning a sufficient amount of writing for student, thereby perpetuating the cycle of producing...
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    • DECLARATIVE KNOWLEDGE AND ACCELERATION 8 Declarative Knowledge. Declarative knowledge includes facts or rules that guide motor skill performance (Steenbergen, Van Der Kamp, Verneau, Jongbloed-Pereboom, & Masters, 2010), often expressed verbally or...
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    • MINDSETS AND YOUNG STUDENTS 10 challenging work but fixed mindset students will need encouragement and an environment where they feel safe. Students who tend to finish work early need to know what choices they have as they wait for others to...
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    • 6 and student peers. Although “attitude” was once thought to be a cognitive aspect, most psychologists now consider it to be related to other aspects like values, feelings and interests, and an individual’s self-esteem (Chapman, 1985). We should...
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    • 6 INCLUSION: IN SERVICE TRAINING Chapter 2 Literature Review Considering inclusion as it relates to schools today, one must look at how inclusion evolved and where it stands in today’s education. In this paper, the researcher will examine what inclus...

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