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    • WHOLENESS THROUGH JOY 4 Table of Contents Title Page .....................................................................................................................................1 Abstract...
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    • 2 future academic failure. Reaching out to reluctant readers and instilling the desire to experience reading as a form of pleasure and enjoyment is the constant quest of the classroom teacher. While no two reluctant readers are exactly alike, one...
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    • WHOLENESS THROUGH JOY 5 Introduction When deciding the best completion for this master’s degree, it seemed more beneficial to conduct a professional project, than a traditional research thesis, because it highlighted practical working skills better...
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    • WHOLENESS THROUGH JOY 6 Literature Review Social Media Marketing Companies using social media should be aware of not only their brand, but what their followers would be interested in seeing or reading on their social media platforms (De Vries,...
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    • No pirates no princesses 118 M: Yeah. Also if you look at it that way, my friend who has three houses, she has to take care of all of that. She‘s going to spend a chunk of her life managing these houses. Is that what I want? I don‘t want that. I:...
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    • WHOLENESS THROUGH JOY 7 with little to no feedback from the receiver, whereas social media allows companies and followers to interact with each other (Albarran, Chan-Olmsted, & Wirth, 2006). Followers can comment, react, share, and save information...
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    • WHOLENESS THROUGH JOY 8 unintentional imaging from other companies (Madhavaram, Badrinarayanan, & McDonald, 2005). When choosing social media platforms, a company must be aware of the different platforms available to them (Albarran, Chan-Olmsted, &...
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    • WHOLENESS THROUGH JOY 9 Two companies may be similar, and offer the same products or services, but that does not mean that they are the same (Yoon, Gutchess, Feinberg, & Polk, 2006). The misinterpretation of a particular service can convince...
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    • WHOLENESS THROUGH JOY 10 they knew would produce an immediate noticeable difference, so the customer would begin to have confidence in the product or service (Rush, 2013). A number of researchers have found that individuals often turn to...
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    • Folk The dancing department, under the direction of Mrs. La Veve Whetten, h e l d classes in a variety of types of dancing. Folk, tap, and modern dance were partici-pated in by a majority of the girls. They spent many hours of practice for...
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    • WHOLENESS THROUGH JOY 11 people have an interest in alternative medicine, but they do not actually feel comfortable discussing the different methods they are trying with their medical doctor (Eisenberg, et al., 2001). Although the people were...
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    • *Ann E. Burr BS *#Sheryl Curtis Elementary Education Elementary Education Special Education Special Education *Angela Nari Burton BS *Kevin Robert Cuthbertson Elementary Education Physical Education *Jeanne Lynn Busener BS *#Candice Terry...
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    • WHOLENESS THROUGH JOY 12 Utilizing the method of creating a brand image that is specific to the company’s goals, desires, and values can help a company to create a feeling with a potential consumer that helps them to see how that company differs...
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    • *Sheila Syrett Johnson BA Elementary Education •Angela Jones BS Elementary Education Special Education Shawn Mendell Jones BS Physical Education *Tamara Marie Jones BA Elementary Education *#Sarah C. Kerr BS Elementary Education *Nancy Nielsen Key...
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    • WHOLENESS THROUGH JOY 13 The messages that a company shares while creating their brand image will eventually turn in to the way that people identify that company (Park, Jaworski, & MacInnis, 1986). Using the right appeals to people, a company can...
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    • WHOLENESS THROUGH JOY 14 that company, but there is a larger percentage of people who would be open to the company, or don’t realize that they have a need for the product or service (Rush, 2013). When a company is hosting an event, their primary...

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