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    • WHOLENESS THROUGH JOY 6 Literature Review Social Media Marketing Companies using social media should be aware of not only their brand, but what their followers would be interested in seeing or reading on their social media platforms (De Vries,...
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    • WHOLENESS THROUGH JOY 7 with little to no feedback from the receiver, whereas social media allows companies and followers to interact with each other (Albarran, Chan-Olmsted, & Wirth, 2006). Followers can comment, react, share, and save information...
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    • WHOLENESS THROUGH JOY 13 The messages that a company shares while creating their brand image will eventually turn in to the way that people identify that company (Park, Jaworski, & MacInnis, 1986). Using the right appeals to people, a company can...
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    • WHOLENESS THROUGH JOY 17 The tracking chart would help the owners to be able to see which posts were popular with their followers, which would potentially help them to post more content that would be interesting to those who follow Stone Path...
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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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    • NO MAN’S SKY’S 2 Abstract This study explored the peculiar strategy Hello Games employed during their marketing of No Man’s Sky. By applying Paul Grice’s (1989) cooperative principle to several of Hello Games’ advertisements, an ethical evaluation...
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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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    • NO MAN’S SKY’S 10 whatever definition of trust is ultimately accepted, the following research indicates that the phenomenon is worth examining further in academia. For instance, Morgan and Hunt (1994) argued that trust and commitment are more...
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    • NO MAN’S SKY’S 11 skeptical and less approving of advertisements depicting moderate levels of manipulation, and they also observed prevention-focused people to use their persuasion knowledge to avoid the perceived manipulation as well (Kirmani &...
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    • NO MAN’S SKY’S 12 Rationale and Research Questions As the literature provided indicates, ethical decision-making is a complex process, and in the case of organizational advertisements, the process becomes even trickier as there are often various...
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    • NFL CHINA 15 popular social media platforms in American and Chinese social media platforms, they each have their own unique attributes. Wechat is most similar to Facebook, but has far more options. People use Wechat to post to their wall (limited...
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    • NO MAN’S SKY’S 13 Method To introduce the specific nature of this study, the following method section is divided into two subsections. First, I discuss the theoretical background of Paul Grice’s (1989) cooperative principle and how it was used to...
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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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    • NO MAN’S SKY’S 14 However, because the cooperative principle proposes that people trust others to communicate cooperatively, a person—knowing that someone trusts them to behave accordingly—can strategically disregard any of the maxims in order to...

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