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    • LIFE ON THE LINE 3 Abstract This project seeks to understand safety cultures in organizations and how the safety culture can be improved as a result of an implementation of a Safety Culture Model and a seven step process for emergency response for...
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    • 86 U.S. TV SHOW’ INFLUENCE IN CHINA Rhee, E., Uleman, J.S., Lee, H.K., and Roman, R.J. (1995). Spontaneous self-descriptions and ethnic identities in individualistic and collectivistic cultures. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 69,...
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    • THE WORD ANASAZI CHILDS - 35 Summary of Literature Review The literature review has addressed the four specific areas related to determining whether the word Anasazi should be removed from buildings, trails, and web-sites operated by the federal...
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    • MUTED MOTHERHOOD 14 Chapter 2: Literature Review Just as the introduction shows that stay-at-home mothers have not had a voice in society, academic research shows that women in general have historically been robbed of their voice (Ardener, 1975,...
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    • THE WORD ANASAZI CHILDS - 37 The next section, on the Power of Language and Communication in Cultures showed evidence that the word Anasazi is considered racial, offensive, and it does show signs of prejudice. The word Anasazi which means...
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    • 91 U.S. TV SHOW’ INFLUENCE IN CHINA Zhang, kang, Yueh-Ting Lee, Yangfang Liu, and Clark McCauley (1996), “Chinese-American Difference: A Chinese View,” in Personality and Person Perception Across Cultures, Yueh-Ting Lee, Clark Mccauley, and Juris...
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    • LIFE ON THE LINE 13 Literature Review A topical literature review is used for understanding contributions of specific areas and determines where this project fits in the puzzle of communication research. Organizational Culture In order to create or...
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    • LIFE ON THE LINE 14 insider as ‘culture’” (p. 128). More broadly, in studying organizational culture, an interpretive approach is called for. An interpretive approach allows researchers to view truth as subjective and to stress the participation of...
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    • 60 Jonsson, A. (1986). TV- a threat or a complement? Gazette, 37, 29-36. Kabuto, B. (2009). Parents and children reading and reflecting together: the possibilities of family retrospective miscue analysis. The Reading Teacher, 63(3),...
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    • P a g e | 2 Abstract This discussion presents human communication, locally and globally, in relation to theory and experience. Thus questions arise such as, why does violence and conflict reign in society when social media allows efficient...
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    • LIFE ON THE LINE 18 their way through networks of individuals and institutions. Gay (1997) wrote, “When the occupational health literature does not address organizational culture, it tends to construe culture as a product of managerial values that...
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    • Onboarding – NEW HIRE UNCERTAINTY REDUCTION 32 *The information is proprietary SkyWest Airlines material and cannot be included as part of this document. Kim, C. K., Han, D., & Park, S. (2001). The effect of brand personality and brand...
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    • P a g e | 6 INTRODUCTION The central point of human communications in all cultures is found in an ancient African philosophy called Ubuntu. Ubuntu exhibits, throughout this paper, to promote humanism on a national and global scale. According to...
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    • Onboarding – NEW HIRE UNCERTAINTY REDUCTION 33 *The information is proprietary SkyWest Airlines material and cannot be included as part of this document. Rodgers, A. (2013). You can shorten the distance between making a great hire and achieving...
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    • pressure, and enthusiasm and passion (Beaven & Wright, 2008). All of these attributes can be developed through experience. In conclusion, engaging in an empirical learning experience is beneficial for a student. By engaging in that sort of...
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    • LIFE ON THE LINE 25 learning from stories to be safer would be the primary purpose of stories. The Chemical Safety Board which was created as a national investigative board, tells a video story of each accident they investigate that resulted in...
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    • always have similar responses to the ads. In fact, most same-culture participants had opposite opinions. From this data he determined that gender perceptions depend more on consumer personality than their culture. His results concluded that...
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    • We know cultures view gender differently and part of the reason for why they do depends on what type of culture they are: individualistic or collectivist. An individualistic culture can be described as a culture that is independent and values the...
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    • that is superior or has something better to offer than its competitors. In a collectivist culture, competition is advanced through the cooperation of products, or connections brands and products have to one another (p. 4). Gurhan-Canli and...
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    • ! 3! these events as effective educational tools. Purpose Statement The purpose of this study is to identify and evaluate the philosophies and practices of effective teachers in developing positive learning cultures while preparing for and...

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