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    • 1898, Jun 28

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    • Tues. June 28, 1898: Ther. 4 pm. 108º., Wea. clear I started on about 8 o-clock, nooned about an hour in Harrisburg got to St. George 4 pm. it was a very hot day. Wednesday 29: Ther. hot. Wea. clear left St. George 12-30 noon. I got a Darlot...
    • 1898, Jun 30

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    • Thurs. June 30, 1898: Ther. cooler Wea. clear a few clouds in evening I started a little before five and got home about 12-30 just 24 hours from the time I left St. George. Friday, July 1: Ther. 4-15 am 82º., Wea. smoky. some clouds We hoed...
    • 1898, Jul 2

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    • Sat. July 2, 1898: Ther. 9-30 am. 80º., 4-pm. 86. Wea. clear Johny went down below to work pole tax Harold Russell, Jake, & I hoed corn. I continued testing my lens on different subjects with some good results. Sunday 3: Ther. 9-15 am. 79º.,...
    • 1899, cash account 1

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    • Cash Account. January.: Date. Received. Paid. on hand Jan. 1st 1899. 1st. Photo material. 2 day D. plates 4 ½ x 6 ½. 1.80 1 grass Aristo. plat. paper Cab. 2.00 300 Cab. cards 3.00 75 small cards .50 Developing and toning material about ...
    • 1903, bills payable 5

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    • Bills Payable. May.: Date. Name. Dolls. Cts. Orderville Coop 10-17. 2 doz. Cramers Crown Dry Plates 5x7 2.70 “ 1 doz “ “ “ “ Banner 1.35 4.05 Carried over C.R. savage post paid 1 gross Cab. paper 2.16 1 lb. Hypo and catalogue .34 ...
    • 1910, page 82

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    • Record of Negative Exposure: Date XNo. of Slide Holder Plate or Film Time of Day Light Stop Exposure Subject, notes on lighting, etc. No. of Negative July 8 Standard Extra 9.30 am A 32 US 1/5 Looking up the Canyon from trail near Sulphur ...
    • 1910, page 84

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    • Record of Negative Exposure: Date No. of Holder Plate or Film Time of Day Light Stop Exposure Subject, notes on lighting, etc. No. of Negative Sept 7 5 Hammer EX Fast 5/30 pm A 32 ½ Laverkin Bench from from Black-Slide-Point 12...
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    • 8 Chapter 2 Literature Review When children enter school, they bring an array of experiences and background knowledge to the classroom as they try to understand their new world of learning in the academic world away from home. In terms of literacy,...
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    • STRAIGHT IS THE GATE 31 social spheres. Often power is distributed and assigned to achieve specific goals, which dilutes the concentration of power by spreading it to several different people; (5) subverted groups nearly always possess some power....
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    • STRAIGHT IS THE GATE 34 Co-cultural Theory As human beings we are trained to understand the world around us by the use of language (Foss & Littlejohn, 2011). The use of language creates a structure for interpretation of information and gives us a...
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    • STRAIGHT IS THE GATE 43 the findings of this study (Carbaugh, 2007). Although this study evaluates the Centennial Park community and communication through the lens of a critical theory, the results and conclusions of this study are only intended to...
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    • STRAIGHT IS THE GATE 96 is difficult for them to unite with one voice. Because traditionally studied co-cultures maintain close contact with the dominant group, it can be difficult to understand how the mainstream communication structure does not...
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    • 21 counterparts (NAEP, 2011). RTI gives educators the flexibility to meet the needs of diverse learners to help all students find success in learning to read. Another group of students who would benefit from the focused and individualized nature of...
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    • and appreciation found in human resources. Each theory is different, but through examination of each one and how they have been implemented in the past, we can discover a better way to run organizations in the future. Cheney (1983) begins his...
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    • Emotions in Conflict 10 found that integrating was the most preferred conflict management style. Following integration, the next preferred conflict management styles were found to be compromising and obliging. On the contrary, it was found that...
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    • Emotions in Conflict 14 One of the most significant psychological factors that can impact an individual's approach to a conflict is personality. In approaching a conflict, a person with an easygoing personality is likely to behave differently than...
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    • MUTED MOTHERHOOD 23 women sharply contrasted the situation of White women, it became clear that feminist research needed to narrow its lens. The narrowing of focus is what researchers have called “intersectionality” (Crenshaw, 1989), wherein...
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    • MUTED MOTHERHOOD 38 Due to the careful analysis that took place in finding emergent themes under the lens of a standpoint analysis, three main themes, each with subsequent sub themes, were identified in the narratives. These themes will be reported...
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    • MUTED MOTHERHOOD 62 The medium used to obtain narratives for this study offers one possible limitation. To obtain the narratives solely from blogs possibly restricted the demographics represented in this study. For example, it is possible that very...
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    • MUTED MOTHERHOOD 64 and Hartsock’s (1983) theories is important to consider if these theories are to extend into a new generation of research. Conclusion The purpose of this thesis was to research stay-at-home mothers as a muted group. Using...

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