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    • "It Pays to Look Well" MODERN BARBER SHOP Between Escalante and Lunt Hotels CEDAR CITY, UTAH Howard Chamberlain — Giles Bolander CURLY'S 5c—Hamburgers—5c QUICK LUNCHES CEDAR CITY, UTAH HARRY'S CAFE HARRY SHIRK, Prop. THE PATH TO GOOD...
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    • 106 Learning in detail about the different learning styles created by Howard Gardner increased my desire to implement the strategies that have been proven to help students learn to the best of their abilities. Even though at times I feel frustrated...
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    • 113 variables. Standardized parameter estimates are normalized unstandardized parameter estimates that allow parameters throughout the model to be compared and thus are more functional (Hoyle, 1995). When results are interpreted, unstandardized...
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    • 119 variable. The data were evaluated for assumptions of SEM: normality, linearity, multicollinearity and singularity, and adequacy of covariances. ----------------------- Insert Table 9 Here ----------------------- Results derived within larger...
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    • 125 ----------------------- Insert Table 13 Here ----------------------- Structural Model Results To examine the goodness-of-fit of the hypothesized model, the measurement model was re-specified by imposing the structure of each model (see Figure...
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    • 127 The analysis results did not support the proposed effect of information sources on destination image (hypothesis 2) and the proposed effect of information sources on visiting intention (hypothesis 3). Although the results of these two...
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    • 160 Table 14 Results of the Direct Effects of Each Construct Path () Unstandardized Estimate Standard Errora Standardized Estimate t – Valueb Information sources  Travel motive 0.264 0.049 0.244 5.37*** Information sources  Destination...
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    • 19 for longer challenging texts. In contrast, extrinsic motivation referred to grades or competition reasons for reading. (Guthrie, et al, 2006, p. 91). Intrinsic motivators also include a sense of accomplishment and self-pride....
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    • 20 read with a certain person, on a given day, in a brief reading event. In this light, situational interest is defined as a temporary state that is produced by environmental conditions, rather than by well-developed internal needs (Alexander,...
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    • 24 Chapter 2 Planning for Web Design or other elements that promote interest and attract viewers. c. Direction- positioning of elements to pro-mote the movement of the eye in the de-sired way. Illustrations may “point” to other items. Photos...
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    • 24 evaluated either unstandardized or standardized. Unstandardized parameter estimates are values produced by the model that can only be interpreted in reference to the scales of the variables. Standardized parameter estimates are normalized...
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    • 44 Results of structural equation modeling. This chapter continues with a descriptive summary section in which assumptions of SEM are discussed and tested. Following descriptive statistics, several design quality issues will be discussed, including...
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    • 53 Table 13 Factor Correlations among Seven Factors Factors 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1. Information source A 1.00 2. Information source B 0.586 1.00 3. Information source C 0.350 0.507 1.00 4. Socio-cultural preference 0.116 0.056 0.066 1.00 5. Travel motives...
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    • 55 Y travel motive = P 51 (information sources) + D5 Y destination image = P 71 (information sources) + P 76 (socio-cultural preference) + P 75 (travel motive) + D7 Y visiting intention = P 81 (information sources) + P 85 (travel motive) + P 87...
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    • 56 Table 14 Results of the Direct Effects of Each Construct Path () Unstandardized Estimate Standard Errora Standardized Estimate t – Valueb Information sources  Travel motive 0.264 0.049 0.244 5.37*** Information sources  Destination...
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    • 57 Table 15 Results of Hypotheses Testing Hypothesis Results H1 Information sources have a positive effect on travel motive Supported H2 Information sources have a positive effect on destination image Not Supported H3 Information sources have a...
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    • 6 Chapter 1 The Internet and the Web the initial session is finished and the path is released. In packet switching, computer data is broken into small chunks. Each chunk is placed in a package of data called a packet. The packet contains...
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    • 7 writing must be significant. It must be significant enough to continue looking for other answers, or continue down the very troubling path of not assigning a sufficient amount of writing for student, thereby perpetuating the cycle of producing...
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    • Glen Canyon (Utah and Ariz.); Rafting (Sports)--Colorado River (Colo.-Mexico)
    • camp ground was solved by a bucket brigade, and before long the 36 assembled for the hike (or as much of it as you felt your exhausted body could take) to the Hole in the Rock. Merly abandoned the customary trail because of the very dense growth...
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    • CONNIE WHITNEY'S motto is 'Go Easton young lady, Go Easton.' JENA VEE WILLIAMS' heart is also promised but her spirit is still with us. RAVENNA LEIGH majors in business-and Verl. GOLDEN LANG and JACK WOOD-BURY are a couple of those boys from...

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