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    • 24 The researcher found it interesting that male responses generally focused around the themes of physical skills that they had which could best benefit the service site such as construction, building, lifting, etc. as seen in Table 2. Table...
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    • and most of all “normal”. By demonstrating how I personally interpret different individuals and situations in a work environment, I believe I am doing just that. I am not afraid to share what I think, even if my thoughts and feelings aren’t exactly f...
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    • EFFECTS OF BACKGROUND MUSIC 1 Chapter 1 Introduction In today’s educational society, teachers are expected to teach more curriculums in a short amount of time. This can be a daunting task, especially when there are students with learning...
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    • EFFECTS OF BACKGROUND MUSIC 18 reasoning greatly increases. Unfortunately, this effect would only last about ten minutes after the fact. The reason this study flopped was because further research indicated that it had an “effect” because it aroused...
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    • GREEK MYTHOLOGY IN SECONDARY EDUCATION 21 Civilization Origins – Eastern: Japanese One of the most interesting differentiations that sets Japanese myth apart from that of other myths is that the creation of earth came from Amaterasu, a woman. Many...
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    • HEGEMONIC MASCULINITY 35 non-athletes will also be important as college students are the leaders of the future. They will be the ones filling careers as health care givers, educators, authors, sportscasters, politicians, and other...
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    • iGRIEVE 39 selfless humanity . . .” This research chose to note the existence of praise within the comment while striving to recognize the element of praising the deceased by honoring his/her values and actions. Self-disclosure of emotions As...
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    • iGRIEVE 63 Affirmation of vivid past relationships The ability to show a vivid representation of the deceased relies on a close relationship. The eulogizer is able to give a more vivid insight into the characteristics of the deceased that may have...
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    • of iPads in their schools. Teachers are challenged with how to use the iPads for classroom instruction due to limitations with Pearson resources that are available. One teacher, Catherine Proctor, is frustrate because there are just two sample...
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    • P a g e | 10 CHAPTER 1 Ubuntu Review Globally, man only begins to see his folly, as he restlessly looks around him for a deep need of self-identity. Thus, as technology increases and speedily looms ahead, self-identity wavers and will "allow...
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    • P a g e | 13 Hendriks does not stop at this point but delves into the roots of the problem. He explains "Where have all the fish gone?" (Swanson, 2009.) The fishing village developed around the harbor because of its fishing potential, allowing the...
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    • P a g e | 16 home have the privilege of greeting a delightsome little boy with a peaceful countenance, and a sweet smile. Another example of damaged Ubuntu is Danet who was eight years old, and brought to CWMF after her sickly grandmother tried to...
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    • P a g e | 18 CHAPTER 2 Ubuntu Concepts Ubuntu a hope for all human cultures induces cultural knowledge, and understanding from deep within. Ubuntu allows for reflexivity and reciprocity through communication with awareness of humility and...
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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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    • P a g e | 23 our emotional world that is deadened. The world of our creative imagination and intelligence is also impoverished (Sherrard, 1986). We must realize by now that our so-called deceptive inventions constructed and manufactured to complete...
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    • P a g e | 48 CHAPTER 8 Intercultural Communication of Humanism, Culture, and Values ―The purpose of study is nothing but humanity. Humanity is the virtue by which Heaven participates in us‖ (Cui Shu, 1994). Dr. Jőrn Rüsen (2009) is president of a...

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