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    • Student council leaders

    • College of Southern Utah (Cedar City, Utah); Southern Utah University -- History
    • Pat Brian, Wendel Heaton, Nina Rue Yardley, Betty DeLeeuw, Jim Bird, Bill Hickman, Boyd White, Dallas Isom, Gail Davies, Phyllis Graff, Nellene Parry, Steve Naegle, Bernett Baldwin, Tom Bird, Hans Olsen, Kay Ashcroft, Eva Jolley, Vera Jean Adams,...
    • Forest Service employees

    • King Creek Campground (Garfield County, Utah); Employees--Dixie National Forest (Utah)
    • A group of Dixie National Forest employees at King Creek Campground. The first person is unknown, next is Marian Jacklin, Sherma Turner, Pam Thompson, Linda Ferguson, Marge Ferguson, Julianne Thompson, Alan Bates. In the back, Cathy Lefevre, Steve...
    • Bryce employees, 1964

    • Bryce Canyon Lodge (Garfield County, Utah)
    • Bryce employees, 1964--Back Row: 1) Rich Chappell, 3) Brenda Berrett, 4) Carol Burgoyne, 5) Florence Syrett, 6) Ann Shakespeare, 7) Marlene Sorbe, 8) Aileen Hyatt, 10) Ann Shaw, 13) Dave Wilding; Front Row: 1) Bunny Goulding, 2) Diana Summerhays,...
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    • SENIORS Jacqueline Pierens Hannah Jordan Ruth Corry Fern Williams Wayne Jackson Lois Pollock Maxine McDonald Inez Mitchell Jean Williams Myrtle D. Bauer lone Higbee Helen Lunt James Dalley lone Smith Jean Matheson Diana Parker Kathryn Dotson JlBt 48
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    • vii Acknowledgments There are many wonderful people in my community who made this thesis possible. First, I would like to thank my third-grade students and their parents from the 2010-2011 school year who participated in this study. The trust and...
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    • iGRIEVE 15 the adoption of the deceased’s goals, projects, or values (Kunkel & Dennis, 2003). Emotion-focused coping: positive reappraisal often helps to construct a ‘‘bigger picture,” or a different perspective from which their audience...
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    • iGRIEVE 16 “sincerity value of speech – looms larger than before” (p. 5). He argued that popular thought of sincerity belonging to the private and being absent from the public sphere is inconsistent with his findings that in the “aftermath...
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    • iGRIEVE 17 Traditionally, memorials consisted of symbolic reminders (letters, flowers, or pictures) brought to the site of the death or a site associated with the deceased. DeVries and Rutherford (2004) argued that by participating in this symbolic...
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    • iGRIEVE 41 his face” (Simpson, 2011). As eulogizers express gratitude for the amount of personal time spent, or the experiences that were shared, with the deceased, it fosters an appreciation in the audience as it gives a peek into the life of...
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    • iGRIEVE 42 Affirmation of vivid past relationships: Notation of flaws. By recognizing the human characteristics and flaws, there is a realistic remembrance of the deceased. Bringing back these different memories and insights can lead to a little...
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    • iGRIEVE 75 Klimmt, C., Hefner, R. R., & Vorderer, P. (2007). Identification with media characters as temporary alteration of media users' self-concept. Unpublished paper presented at the Annual Conference of the International Communication...

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