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    • Apologia, Antapologia and Political Power 38 Chapter 4: Results John Edwards In responding to accusations of having an extramarital affair, John Edwards’ utilized the following apologetic strategies: denial, mortification, corrective action and...
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    • LUREE GARDNER Winner Parry Womanhood Medal The Parry Womanhood Medal is awarded by Miss Caroline Parry, former instructor and alumnus, in honor of her mother, Mary Ann Parry. REX HARRIS Winner Parry Oratorical Medal The Parry Oratorical...
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    • Apologia, Antapologia and Political Power 39 Mortification Mortification is utilized when the accused admits responsibility and or expresses remorse for the offensive act he or she committed. As evidence mounted, it became clear that Edwards was...
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    • Apologia, Antapologia and Political Power 40 Non-apology Non-apology is a strategy used when the individual chooses not to comment on the allegations against his or her character. While Edwards rarely used this strategy, at one point he showed his...
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    • The Human Element 48 in the same housing unit for ten years or longer (compared to the national average of 35.1 percent). Average rent runs $280 (compared to the national average of $565). Twenty-four point-eight percent of mortgages amount to 50...
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    • The Human Element 50 Attitudes and Behaviors: Communication Styles The people in the New Orleans’s Ninth Ward do not appear to put very much effort into seeking out information. However, they do want to be informed, they just expect those whom...
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    • The Human Element 51 would send everyone a grant to fix whatever is causing your AC in your car not to work,” (Harris). Personal problems then become the responsibility of the chain of authority that is over them, rather than of the individual...
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    • The Human Element 52 sent my position to Orlando and every other comparable job I applied for didn't hire me. I do curse them and all that they stand for,” (Harris). And are quick to point out the faults, mistakes and short comings of those that...
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    • The Human Element 53 They do not seem to care what happens to their neighbor. “Have you ever noticed how black people treat entertainers and athletes like family when they die but can watch their local news of some young unknown brother in their...
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    • The Human Element 54 manner. Once they are shown a reason to unite with someone or a reason to respect or even serve someone, they easily make the necessary adjustments and redraw their personal views. In other words, they simply need a reason to...
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    • Sun. Mar. 6, 1898: Wea. cloudy Fast day. up went to Harris Burg for dinner. we got in St. G. about dark and put up at Bro. Windsor’s place. Monday 7: Wea. cloudy Grand Father, Uncle Free & I went to the Temple in the fore noon to get some...
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    • The Human Element 55 am asking my parents to get me a passport in case I have to move to Canada to escape the draft,” (Harris). Much of this group’s attitude toward their own role in life is seen through the plight of the black man. They feel...
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    • The Human Element 56 boat were trying everything to get over the top or through the water. Nobody was paying attention to the door on the boat. This went on for awhile when finally I said why don't we just open that door right there and walk off...
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    • The Human Element 57 Attitudes and Behaviors: Loyalty to the Organization The government being the organization, Ninth Warders feel that it is the government’s responsibility to learn about their culture, to be familiar with their needs and...
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    • Apologia, Antapologia and Political Power 61 Harrell, J., Ware, B., & Linkugel, W. (1975). Failure of apology in American politics: Nixon on Watergate. Speech Monographs, 42, 245-260. Harris , D. (Writer), Roberts, R. (Performer), & Stephanopoulos,...
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    • The Human Element 58 problems in New Orleans. The problem is that before the Saints asked for anything, the same problems were there and not enough has been done to try and change them. I would hate for the state to take a stand against the Saints...
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    • The Human Element 59 also become very defensive whenever anyone else makes a negative reference to their community. “Is there ever going to be a day when I see one good article or story about my city? The negativity is starting to kill me. I must...
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    • Wed. Mar. 16, 1898: Ther. warm Wea. cloudy I went through endowments for Hiram Terry. after we came out of the temple I drove Uncle Halls team he had started home this morning with our team. we camped at Harris Burg. cold Thursday 17: Ther. cold...
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    • The Human Element 60 personal quality of life stuff that we do now or did as a kid that attaches us to this place. Things that you sit around and think about and it just brings a smile to your face. Today I am going to list everything I love about...
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    • Apologia, Antapologia and Political Power 64 http://www.nypost.com/p/news/national/hell_hath_no_fury_hJYHkoWITEHBlQSuZuonwN Pfau, M., & Kenski, H. C. (1990). Attack politics: Strategy and defense. New York: Praeger. Rosenfield, L. W. (1968). A case...

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