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    • INTERPRETING WITH DEAF UNDER COMMON LAW TO 1880 75 person can prove a barrier to interpreting the oath, and thereby derail due process for the DP, regardless of their fitness to comprehend it or be put to trial. Martha deftly deflected Garrow’s...
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    • Running Head: ADVERTISING AND CHARTER SCHOOL FAMILIES 5 Chapter 1: Introduction Advertisements may have the ability to shape perceptions and motivate individuals into action. Advertising is a powerful force that may influence people’s behavior and...
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    • Running Head: ADVERTISING AND CHARTER SCHOOL FAMILIES 12 by advertising” (Berger, 2007, p. 3-4). Based on previous parent interactions, many parents feel as though they sought out the educational opportunity and were not influenced by outside...
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    • Running Head: ADVERTISING AND CHARTER SCHOOL FAMILIES 13 which their children attend, to teach children the difference between right and wrong (Campbell, 1982, p. 33-34). Charter school advertisements vary, but generally highlight the following...
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    • Running Head: ADVERTISING AND CHARTER SCHOOL FAMILIES 14 The charter school that will be focused on has faced multiple administrative changes, a grade configuration change, and a name change. Due to the changes at the charter school, the community...
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    • Running Head: ADVERTISING AND CHARTER SCHOOL FAMILIES 18 Chapter 3: Method The survey was designed to evaluate if advertising is an influencing factor in gaining enrollment. A pilot study of the survey was performed to test the survey instrument as...
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    • Running Head: ADVERTISING AND CHARTER SCHOOL FAMILIES 20 Chapter 4: Results and Discussion As a companion tool to the survey project, the data from the school gathered advertising impressions and the budgets for the 2014-2015 recruiting season were...
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    • Running Head: ADVERTISING AND CHARTER SCHOOL FAMILIES 21 The respondents cited seven different advertising mediums and the school had utilized all of the mediums in the past six years. Chart 1 illustrates the forms of advertising described by the...
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    • Running Head: ADVERTISING AND CHARTER SCHOOL FAMILIES 28 CHART 7 The results reveal what advertisements parents were exposed to and how many they were exposed. The limited recall by only 15.1% of respondents shows that while they may not have...
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    • Running Head: ADVERTISING AND CHARTER SCHOOL FAMILIES 29 Chapter 5: Conclusions Every year the Utah State Charter Board approves additional charter schools and educational choice and competition becomes more prevalent. “What is new is the vast...
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    • Running Head: ADVERTISING AND CHARTER SCHOOL FAMILIES 31 data trends and parent perceptions. By collecting longitudinal data the charter schools will be able to see if any categories warrant school intervention or if there are any other advertising...
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    • Fusion 360 12 It is apparent that the industry of marketing is constantly re-inventing itself within this digital age. It’s important that businesses focus on the future and leave the past in the past. What worked yesterday will not have success in...
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    • Running Head: ADVERTISING AND CHARTER SCHOOL FAMILIES 41 Very Good Somewhat Good Not Very Good a. Public 1 2 3 4 5 b. Charter 1 2 3 4 5 c. Private 1 2 3 4 5 d. Homeschool 1 2 3 4 5 32. When you were deciding where to send your student to school,...
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    • Fusion 360 16 storming sessions were conducted to receive input on how utilizing interactive solutions could solve client problems and connect the brand to the consumer. One of the most effective brand image improvement strategies is social media...
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    • TIMELINE PROJECT 13 examine the likely shortcomings found in the use of social media. This paper will focus specifically on the limitations encountered in social media for a user engaged in the self-presentation of their...
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    • TIMELINE PROJECT 14 strongest signal compared to other competing networks, and concludes that in general, social media has an issue where either the signal is not strong enough, or there's just too much noise for the signal to...
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    • TIMELINE PROJECT 17 unified timeline. After initially integrating a solution like this to a website, and adding desired accounts, the user should be done; henceforth any activity carried out normally on the linked sites makes the data available to...
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    • Fusion 360 31 more exposure and information a company receives regarding Fusion and its marketing benefits, the more the company will become familiar with our purpose which increases the likelihood of a partnership. The first initial introduction...
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    • C O N T E N T S SCENIC SECTION ADMINISTRATION CLASSES ORGANIZATIONS ACTIVITIES ATHLETICS STUDENT LIFE ADVERTISEMENTS
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    • TIMELINE PROJECT 34 Appendix B: Examples of Noise Present in Facebook Figure 3: Facebook's many advertisements

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