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    • 1905, page 9

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    • 9 STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. illustrate the geology, mineralogy, natural history, and archaeology of southern Utah. LIBRARY AND READING ROOM. The library is furnished with the standard works in literature, history, pedagogy, science and...
    • 1910, page 12

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    • 12 LIBRARY AND READING ROOM. The library consists of more than 3,500 volumes of standard works in literature, history, pedagogy, science, commerce, and business law. The best American magazines and journals, and the leading newspapers of...
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    • Photography in the Field: A Content Analysis of Visual and Verbal Narratives in National Geographic Magazines A Thesis presented to the Faculty of the Communication Department at Southern Utah University In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements...
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 5 ABSTRACT It is undeniable to claim that we live in a visual world. The introduction and developments of the digital camera have had a tremendous impact in many facets of society. This study focuses on the impact of visual...
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 8 Photography in the Field: A Content Analysis of Photography in National Geographic Magazines For individuals who appreciate the effectiveness and strength in a photograph, the quote, “A picture speaks a thousand words” can be...
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 9 we became popular because we went digital. We have managed to stay on the cutting edge of visual image ever since” (Cook, 1991, p. 43). Profits from the society have gone supported research grants in the amount of $153 million,...
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 11 photographer reacts based on this knowledge, but doesn’t go out to illustrate it. It is not up here [points to forebrain] but further back (Lutz & Collins, 1993, p. 58). For a magazine publication that is currently celebrating its...
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 12 the website to more appropriately fit this content analysis. The magazines that were analyzed were issues between January 2010 and December 2011. This research hoped to find themes and connections (or lack thereof) between the types...
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 13 Literature Review This chapter focuses on research relating to National Geographic magazines, visual processes and narratives. The first part of this chapter will summarize research on National Geographic magazines and how they have...
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 16 arousing content available” (Pfau & Haigh, 2006, p. 151). Additionally, Trivundza (2008) notes that many authors emphasize that the content of international news can influence the audience’s knowledge, perception and evaluation of...
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    • 60 After a winner has been determined, thank guests for participating and award a prize to the victorious team. This is usually a coupon from the activities desk drawer for a free movie & popcorn from the front desk or a free activity. For a...
    • 1905, page 32

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    • 32 SOUTHERN BRANCH. CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE SCHOOL. PERIODICALS. Title. Donor. Salt Lake Tribune Publisher Salt Lake Herald " Deseret Evening News " Ogden Standard " Iron County Record " Dixie Advocate " The Era "...
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    • 72 Glass Chip Magnets Materials Needed: magazines, glass chips, magnets, hot glue gun, mod podge Retrieve hot glue guns from back closet and plug in to outlet behind activities desk before guests arrive. Be sure that you are the only one that...
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    • Commitment 2 that employed almost 4,300 people and brought in revenue of $489 million (U.S. Census Bureau, 2009). Discussing the importance of love, Chapman (2010) stated: Love is the most important word in the English language—and the most...
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    • 73 Give each guest a glass chip to start their craft. Have guests look through magazines to find a design they like. Once they have settled on a design, they can use the glass chip to measure the size of the design on their magnet. Using the chip...
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 31 Rationale and Research Questions National Geographic possesses a unique approach to communicating current events involving political affairs, environmental issues, and human interest by combining narratives and corresponding images....
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 32 of all backgrounds. Because of this, it is appropriate that more research is undertaken to understand more about their magazines and how they connect readers to the world through a pair of high-quality lens and ink on paper. This...
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 33 METHODS Grounded Theory Prior to answering the research questions in the National Geographic magazines, a grounded theory analysis was utilized to develop categories of photograph content and story content which can be coded for a...
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 34 Content Analysis After the grounded theory was complete, a content analysis was conducted as a research method to draw questions about data found in the text. A content analysis is a method of observation from which data is extracted...
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 40 Relationship between Photographs and Text To test for a relationship between the photograph portion and the text portion in each story, the chi square test was used. In order for the coders to produce valid results in the content...

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