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    • EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION 10 boards and computer games (Reid, 1991). Walther (1995) found that when outsiders assessed the relational communication between CMC and FtF groups, they rated CMC higher in categories of both intimacy and social...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 83 Chapter 5: Discussion The execution of this study led to several dominant themes, each of which was previously defined and illustrated as the general results section. The general topics as well as the subdivisions of those...
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    • 77 gross value added has topped 10% of GDP as of 2008 (Wirtschaftskammer Österreich [WKO], 2008). With these significant contributions to Austria‘s economy, it is necessary for Austria‘s tourism authorities to stay current with trends 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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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 4 this thesis did not find other research articles that chose to highlight the combination of multiple factors and reasons for radio's current perceived decline. It is this author’s intent to verify the...
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    • DONALD OLSEN, DIRECTOR The Chamber Music Association was formed at the beginning of the year under the direction of Mr. Olsen and has since done much to promote this form and acquaint students with its rich literature. One of the most noteworthy...
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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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    • 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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    • Persevering Polygyny: An Initial Study of Relational Maintenance Among Polyginists 59 Haas, S.M. & Stafford, L. (2005). Same-sex and marital relationships: A matched sample comparison. The Journal of Family Communication, 5(1), 43-60. Harach, L.D.,...
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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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    • 47 Table 10 Significant Skewed Observed Variables Item Z score of Skewness Item Z score of Skewness VI1 -16.38 CP2 -13.27 VI2 -5.39 CP3 -21.81 VI3 -19.52 ISA2 -8.09 TM2 -12.86 ISA3 -11.21 TM3 -10.29 ISB1 6.39 TM4 2.78 ISB2 -3.38 DI1 -18.34 ISB3...
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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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    • 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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    • MUTED MOTHERHOOD 50 her staying at home was not what she wanted but it was the only thing they could afford. Thus, these women validated that they are being economically responsible and saving their families money by staying at home. Comparative...
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    • RESISTANCE TRAINING AND ANKLE PROPRIOCEPTION 48 Biel, A. (2008). Trail guide to the body. Boulder, CO: Books of Discovery. Blackburn, J. T., Guskiewicz, K. M., Petschauer, M., & Prentice, W. (2000). Balance and joint stability: The relative...
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    • MUTED MOTHERHOOD 43 little. I don’t scream it from the rooftops. When I have to fill out forms and can’t write anything on the “employer” line, I feel like less of a person” (Tena, 2011, para. 8). In a sense, these women feel like their...
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    • 41 References Akin-Little, A., & Little, S. G. (2008) Psychology’s contributions to classroom management. Psychology in the Schools, 45(3), 227-234. doi: 10.1002/pits.20293 Appolloni, T., Cooke, T. P., & Strain, P. S. (1976). The role of peers in...
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    • iv ACKNOWLEDGMENTS I would like to thank Terry Lamoreaux for technical support, supplies, specimens, instrumental usage and editing contributions. President Benson for providing thesis funding. My parents and Clay Velut for financial and emotional...
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    • Fishback Intern 40 Implementing good communication between players, teams, and coaches is very important in keeping the morale of the team high during each game. Tournaments- We traveled to St. George for a tournament during March of the season....
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 39 iv. The photograph portion was analyzed for images which indicate human expansion including economy, government, capital, assets, or labor. v. The photograph portion was analyzed for images which indicate conflict or cooperation...

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