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    • The Human Element 64 Chapter 6 Discussion: Post-Katrina Review After executing the necessary steps of the model, the cultural analysis revealed that the New Orleans Ninth Ward community was indeed culturally unique, and therefore required a unique...
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    • The Human Element 67 a sense of duty to their jobs or to their neighbors. In their minds, it was government leaders’ responsibility to be the ones to help out and assist people in need, not theirs. This cultural trait also explains another problem...
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    • The Human Element 68 have foreseen the necessity of somehow getting word out to each individual about the fierceness of Katrina over previous storms and the urgency of this particular evacuation order. The people needed to be directly told that...
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    • The Human Element 69 evacuee, numerous descriptive titles arose, some bring controversy with them (Hilliard. 2005). Looking back to the cultural analysis it is clearly seen that this group has always been touchy about how others refer to them. They...
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    • The Human Element 70 Mississippi Gulf Coast Reaction The reaction of the people along the Mississippi Gulf Coast to hurricane Katrina has been drastically different than what initially came out of the Ninth Ward. Government response was equally...
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    • The Human Element 77 highly predictable based on cultural factors. In other words, evidence has been presented supporting the hypothesis that scrutinizing the community culture does reveal predisposed attitudes that can foreshadow likely...
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    • The Human Element 79 Foot Notes 1. When conducting research, lack of immediate access to Ninth Ward community members, due to physical location and limited resources, necessitated the primary use of electronic correspondence. This correspondence...
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    • Bond Election will be held on November 4 , by the Iron County School Board, to finance a new Swimming Pool. Sept. 3 , 1975... Harvey Foster Willis made application for a Taxi franchise. Richard Dettamanti informed the Council of conflictine...
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    • The Human Element 88 Woods, P. (1996). Researching the art of teaching: Ethnography for educational use. London: Routledge. Yen, H. (2006, February 28). Hurricane aftermath: Red Cross told infighting hurt crisis response: Senator calls for...
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 36 ii. The text portion was analyzed for reference to the relationship between the earth and sun, including: oceans, rivers, lakes, water vapor, ground water, and precipitation. iii. The text portion was analyzed for reference to...
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    • Tues. Sept 3, 1912: Ther. Cool Wea. Windy clds. Threshed 39 bu wheat for Woodbury and moved to Judd’s for dinner Wednesday 4: Ther. Cool Wea. Light clds Finished Judd’s threshing before noon 319 bu. in all. Moved to Hurricane threshed for Wilson’s...
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 38 iv. The photographs were analyzed for images of continents, islands, countries, regions, states, cities, neighborhoods, villages, and uninhabited areas. II. Environmental i. The photograph portion was analyzed for images which...
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    • VIVIAN ADAMS Education, Kanab JACK ANDERSON Physical Science, Cedar City ALICE ANDERSON Physical Science, Cedar City ANNA JEAN ARMSTRONG Home Economics, Enoch BERTHA ASHBY Home Economics, Holden BETH ASHMAN Physical Science, Fillmore PAUL...
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    • 63 Haight, Raymond Cedar City Hunter, Gordon Cedar City Jones, Mary Paragoonah Jones, Arthur Cedar City Knell, Ann Iva Newcastle Lee, Ada Panguitch Mackelprang, Irene Cedar City Matheson, Ella Cedar City McConnell, Jennie Cedar...
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    • Tues. Oct. 15, 1912: Ther. Cool Wea. Windy Clouds going west. Wednesday 16: Ther. Pleasant Wea. Clear Cutting lucern in the upper field. Mary is picking grapes for Mother. Father & Mother went to Hurricane with Geo. & Annie.
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    • BONNIE LOU DALLEY Speech, Cedar City PHIL DAY Industrial Arts, Fillmore FERN DALLEY Home Economics, Teasdale DEREECE DASTRUP Science, Sigurd LOUISE DIX Business, Cedar City KENT ESPLIN Engineering, Cedar City BARBARA FARNSWORTH Business, Beaver FAY...
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    • tura, Kanarra, and Iron Springs. Because of this late fall riding, I was delayed in getting bark to the University and was two months late for scho01."~ The Arizona Strip was used primarily as cattle range and was grazed all year, but especially in...
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    • JUST OUT OF COLLEGE $4100.00 A YEAR Two U. A. C. senoirs accepted positions at $4,100.00 a year before they had completed their school work. They had the right kind of training and the posi-tions sought them. U. A. C. graduates always find good...

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