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    • ,,.. & m : • B E A U T Y Among the new attractions of tfie Aggie campus is tKe Institute building wKere students meet for classwork, dancing, ping-pong, radio broadcasts, fireside cKats, and Latter-day Saint M. I. A. and Sunday ScKool...
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    • BMI AND WEIGHT DISCRIMINATION 14 because they were ashamed of their weight and 63.8% said they wanted to lose weight before they saw their physician (Olson, Schumaker, & Yawn, 1004). Obese individuals are delaying or putting off the health care...
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    • BMI AND WEIGHT DISCRIMINATION 16 attitudes of employers. Overweight applicants are often dismissed for their weight based on assumptions of lacking self-discipline, poor personal hygiene, or poor professional appearance (Puhl & Brownell, 2001)....
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    • CWSW 14 These two theories were developed by McGregor (1957) to gain a deeper understanding of how management views their employees and what their expectation is for them in the workplace. The two theoretical concepts are particularly important for...
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    • CWSW 16 Many managers believe Theory Y is a more humane way of seeing their employees, especially when evaluating their performance. There was a lot of resistance from management in doing conventional performance appraisals because the culture of...
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    • CWSW 32 least on the resume, that you can accomplish the work and type 60 words per minute. Ryan (2003) writes that job seekers “should customize their resumé to point out the specific skills and experience requested in [a] job advertisement” (pg....
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    • CWSW 33 Therefore, if novice job seekers are wise, then in an interview, or in any other interaction they may have with a hiring manager they would do well to communicate that they are a Theory Y employee; one who is dependable, reliable, and able...
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    • CWSW 42 how your skill set fits into their organization, ultimately you want to help them understand how you can solve their problems. Ultimately, whether or not you are in actuality struggling in any lower level need on the hierarchy is...
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    • CWSW 43 accepting supervision, but can also work well unsupervised. They can also respond satisfactorily to change. The problem is that sometimes our behavior is like those as described by McGregor’s Theory X. Sometimes we are lazy at work and...
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    • decision had been made yet to settle Cottonwood Valley (Cedar City). On Monday, February 3, while Smith was plowing and sowing wheat, Ammon, the brother of Chief Walker, assisted him in this task and expressed the desire to farm and live like the...
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    • EFFIE ROBINSON As silent as a picture on the wall. BLANCI-IE JONES "Outside of being lazy, I am always tired." HURSHELL URIE Lives of sluffers all remind us \lVe can make our lives a pest, And departing leave behincl us Feelings of relief and...
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    • Lehi M. was old enough to be able to round the cows into the corral and the girls helped with the milking. Every two or three days, a new cow was hrought in to be h~uken milk. Henrietta would rope the cow and to tie her to a post and proceed to...
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    • Mrs. Whetten's dancing class improve their stride, wkile our football Kero wKo was also personality man and is next year s student body president snows form and technique in handling tke ball. The vine clad science building forms the back-ground of...
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    • MUTED MOTHERHOOD 42 Harvard grad, a woman who loves to think, could become a homemaker” (Goetz, 2009, para. 5). The implications of people asking her this are, of course, that staying at home requires no intelligence, so why would an intelligent...
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    • MUTED MOTHERHOOD 47 Educational validation. The women were concerned with validating themselves educationally, meaning they talked about their education and qualifications that would have enabled them to work outside the home if that is the path...
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    • MUTED MOTHERHOOD 56 perceptions between working mothers and stay-at-home mothers can be seen simply through the transformation of perceptions from women who have been in both groups. Taking the assumption to be true that the stigma do represent...

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