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    • Learning by Doing: An Event Internship at the Cedar City Offices Introduction As a young girl, when people would ask me what I wanted to be when I grew up, I would excitedly answer with, “A waitress at Pizza Hut.” Today, when asked the same...
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    • THE WEB 16 containing competencies from many collaborators across the field of web design. The framework is based on six developmental areas (WaSP InterACT, 2012): Foundations, Front-end Development, Design, User Science, Server-side Development...
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    • THE WEB 158 98 we use today. When blogging and online syndicated content began gaining traction in the early 2000’s, CMSs graduated from being perceived as novelties to journal􀀍􀵩 ism tools. There was a growing need for people to be able to easily...
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    • 7 that critics of traditional advertising argue that the branch may be facing extinction. According to a recent report by Maddox (2009), all media-supported advertising will slow between 2009 and 2014. All media, that is, except for the Internet....
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    • 8 some 175,000 being created every day. Of those blogs there are roughly 570,000 new posts every 24 hours, reaching about 70 percent of web surfers daily (Zillman, 2010). Travel blogs are a useful tool in monitoring the competitive environment of a...
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    • 13 from these could be as simple as the need to escape and experience something new. Push and pull factors such as these can be used in exploring why travelers visit Austria as well as the effectiveness of the communication channels in promoting...
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    • 68 images to visitors and potential visitors from information points and web pages. Complimentary post cards, downloadable screen savers, and wallpapers that showcase Austria‘s attractions are just a few specific tools that can be used to promote...
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    • 79 for the Internet. Internet advertising is expected to increase 9.2% in 2010 and by 2011 will make up 14.9% of all global advertising. Furthermore, total Internet ad spending is expected to reach $34.5 billion by 2014. Consumers are also able to...
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    • 97 References Klenosky, D. (2002, May). The ―Pull‖ of Tourism Destinations: A Means-End Investigation. Journal of Travel Research, 40: 396-40. Retrieved September 12, 2009. Lee, J. and Mills, J. (2005). Exploring the Use and Measurement of Web...
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    • 98 References Pike, S., and Ryan, C. (2004). ―Destination Positioning Analysis Through a Comparison of Cognitive, Affective, and Conative Perceptions.‖ Journal of Travel Research, 42: 333-42. Reynolds, W.H. (1965). The Role of the Consumer in Image...
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    • 104 Internet advertising. The Internet is increasingly considered one of the most effective ways to advertise since the Internet has several advantages over the traditional forms of advertising in the travel and tourism industry, including...
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    • 131 compared with previous research travel motives for respondents of this study are similar to those surveyed for Macao (McCartney et al., 2008). Such motives as relaxing physically and mentally and experiencing a new culture were determined to be...
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    • 140 References Maddox, K. (2009). Forecasts show slow growth. B to B, 94(15), 8-1NULL. Retrieved from Business Source Premier database. Massie, Q. (2009). The Father of Scottish Tourism. The Spectator....
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    • 141 References Sirgy, M. and Su, C. (2000, May). Desination Image, Self-Congruity, and Travel Behavior: Toward an Integrative Model. Journal of Travel Research, 38: 340- 352 . Retrieved September 12, 2009. Sönmez, S., and Sirakaya, E. (2002). A...
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    • 166 References New Zealand Tourism Board. (2010). Retrieved August 31, 2010, from Tourism New Zealand: http://www.newzealand.com/travel/International/ Nunnally, J. C. (1978). Psychometric (2md ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill. Nunnally, J. C., &...
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    • 167 References Tabachnick, B. G., & Fidell, L. S. (2001). Using multivariate statistics (4th ed.). Needham Heights, MA: Allyn & Bacon. Tasci, A., and Gartner, W. (2007, May). Destination Image and Its Functional Relationships. Journal of Travel...
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    • MUTED MOTHERHOOD iii Muted Motherhood: A Standpoint Analysis of Stay-at-Home Mothers Elisabeth Day McNaughtan Dr. Matthew H. Barton, Thesis Supervisor Abstract The purpose of this research was to study stay-at-home mothers as a muted group. The...
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    • MUTED MOTHERHOOD 31 at-home mothers are in harm’s way of unjust social practices, as laws and practices are being passed about women that give greater opportunity to working mothers while disadvantaging the stay-at-home mother (see Gallagher, 1998;...
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    • MUTED MOTHERHOOD 33 With narratives thus being concluded as an appropriate way to collect standpoints, one could still question the legitimacy of using blogs to collect narratives. As blogs are a relatively new medium for data collection, some may...

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