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    • xi Marshall Plan Foundation and Southern Utah University; Mag. Elke Greindl for her advice, cultural insight, effective classroom instruction, and friendly nature; and fellow students Rebecca Nielsen for her efforts conceptualizing the research...
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    • What little was eamed in the way of cash was promptly used to purchase consumer goods, pay the transportation of immigrants, and buy supplies and equipment for farms and shops. There was a real scarcity of money i Utah. The task of the tithing...
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    • U.S. Embassy 10 religious practices or beliefs within a country. These reports are accompanied with information on how the country’s government has responded to any violations of human rights. The ultimate use of these reports is to provide the...
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    • to confer with businesses and ascertain contributions toward a better and more sightly system of street lighting on Main Street. The Marshal and Supervisor were appointed Dog Tax Collectors, compensation to be 50% of all taxes collected. May 3, 1 9...
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    • THE WEB 195 Design Concepts 135 Chapter XI DESIGN CONCEPTS While the look and feel of a website can be somewhat subjec-tive, it’s helpful for communication professionals to understand some basic design fundamentals in order to make useful...
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    • The Human Element 24 not the actual event (p. 124). So in reality, researchers should be studying the social constructs surrounding trigger events as well, rather than just the events themselves, since it is the reaction that creates...
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    • STUDENT EMPLOYEE HANDBOOK iv responsibilities calling for his attention at the time and has provided valuable feedback all along the way acting as chair for the project. Doctors Stein, Husselbee, and Larson have also been incredible in helping me...
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    • STRAIGHT IS THE GATE 35 (Orbe, 1998, p. 8)? This intrapersonal communication can be conscious or subconscious, but illustrates the process by which members of co-cultures assess how their communication will affect their ultimate relationship with...
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    • SOCIAL THINKING INTERVENTIONS 37 responses were only on topic in one of every three responses. Student B voluntarily participated an average of 1.75 times a day and was on topic 75% of the time. Post-data for student A indicate a reduction in...
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    • portrait in oil colors which he did and kindly presented it to me. It was exhibited in a picture shop window for some time and was said to be worth ten pounds. Henry was "Pastor" of the Newcastle Upon Tyne, Carlisle and Durham Conferences during...
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    • portrait in oil colors which he did and kindly presented it to me. It was exhibited in a picture shop window for some time and was said to be worth ten pounds. Henry was "Pastor" of the Newcastle Upon Tyne, Carlisle and Durham Conferences during...
    • Churches, LDS Rock Church

    • Cedar City (Iron County, Utah)--Buildings; Church buildings; Mormon Church
    • Photo of LDS Rock Church from post card, reads: Constructed of colorful native stone, this picturesque chapel was built through the contributions of labor and money from the local "Mormon" Church members.
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    • P a g e | 56 Utopian and Prophetic Nature of Ubuntu From the ancient Greek ou-, meaning ‗no-‗, and topos meaning ‗place‘, the word 'utopian' illicits the ‗perfect place‘ such as can only be found in the ‗philosopher‘s blue print‘....
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    • No pirates no princesses 63 that children need time with parents more than anything else. Participant seven describe the ―personal time commitments that must be made‖, without which all the other strategies will fail. The timing of the physical...
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    • No pirates no princesses 171 didn‘t work that well. It works in that moment , but it doesn‘t change their hearts so they want to keep doing that. One of the ways we feel pressure is that society expects that you demand your children to obey and...
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    • MUTED MOTHERHOOD 78 Appendix A Results Chart Social Stigmas Self-Validation Guilt Feminism Stay at home mothers are the anti-feminist by staying at home They do fit into the feminist vision—staying home was a choice Wonder whether they are...
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    • MUTED MOTHERHOOD 56 perceptions between working mothers and stay-at-home mothers can be seen simply through the transformation of perceptions from women who have been in both groups. Taking the assumption to be true that the stigma do represent...
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    • MUTED MOTHERHOOD 54 I’ve come to a point where I’m feeling that my role in the family is completely under-appreciated. Unfortunately, I don’t think my husband thinks my contribution to our family is a big deal. He makes the money, without HIM...
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    • MUTED MOTHERHOOD 51 attainable goals if a mother stays at home, but are otherwise ideals of the past. These excerpts highlight how much value is placed on contributing in externally obvious ways—e.g. successful marriages, clean homes, extra...


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