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    • i^ John censoring some boys for loiter-ing in the hall, argued: "If everybody were to stand in the hall, how could anybody get by?T> "I low is Fae feeling after the acci-dent?" "She's no better." "Is she conscious?" "Yes, she's conscious but she...
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    • From Campus to Courtroom of permanently crippled feet as a result of wounds during the Battle of the Bulge; and Glen Barth, a bright youngster from North Dakota with whom we corresponded for many years. These were the ones we remember best. 33 A...
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    • 52 study relate to how the researcher carried out data collection because of the qualitative characteristics of the observations of the HLEs. What was discovered in both studies is the high degree of variation within literacy environments among...
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    • STRAIGHT IS THE GATE 65 the Centennial Park community felt safe from government intervention in their lives, the members of the community understood that by living a lifestyle that is against the law, they were at risk of not being allowed to live...
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    • Employee Giving 8 However, my actual job activities at the time included not just alumni duties, but also those of directing the annual giving program. The arrival of Vice President Jones to campus ushered in a new and increased focus on...
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    • Employee Giving 14 an organizational value of employee giving (Dainton & Zelley, 2005). The end result would then be a basic organizational assumption that employees at SUU donate financially to the University (Schockley-Zalabak, 2006). I also...
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    • PREFERENCES FOR GROUP LEADERSHIP STYLE 20 The extensive investigation into autocratic leadership style touches on many topics; however, there is little evidence found in support of autocratic leadership or any leadership style being used to target...
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    • PREFERENCES FOR GROUP LEADERSHIP STYLE 24 psychological domains, what the different domains consist of, and how they are used. Psychological domains will be investigated in this study by categorizing individuals according to their domain. This...
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    • Fishback Intern 17 The conditions under which autocratic or democratic leadership styles are most effective in formal organizations suggests that the most successful sport teams would likely be autocratic. However, a review of the effects of...
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    • Emotions in Conflict 18 interconnectedness of conflict and emotions illustrates the importance of studying conflict from an emotional perspective. Previous research on emotion in conflict has primarily focused on the intrapersonal effects of...
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    • Emotions in Conflict 22 fear to be associated with an increase of attention to danger, ponderings about worst outcomes, and a desire to run away (Roseman, Wiest, & Swartz, 1994). Consequently, this emotion commonly causes those engaging in conflict...
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    • Emotions in Conflict 27 Swanson, 1998). Implementing the theme of appreciation, divorce and stability were predicted with 83% accuracy and satisfaction with 80% accuracy. These results further illustrate the importance of appreciation in...
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    • 7 The research strongly avers that decoding and phonics are essential to comprehension but are not the complete definition of comprehension, expect for Rees (1974) who purported that comprehension is an act of decoding sounds. However, Kerfoot...
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    • 11 today require some college education, and the needs for efficient literary skills are increasing in the fast-growing job market (National Governor’s Association, 2005). The research suggests that even adolescents are struggling with simple...
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    • 14 (1996) conducted a study to determine if a text was too easy, appropriate, or too difficult for the 38 participants involved. Their criterion was based on percentages of scores: under 40% meant that the text was too difficult; 40% to 60% meant...
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    • 15 results; not all participants’ knowledge could cover all possible items. Therefore, the results were not completely valid and reliable. Brown suggested that a cloze test should be constructed to fit a particular group of...
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    • 18 McCabe, Margolis, & Barenbaum (2001) conducted a study that compared the Woodcock - Johnson Psycho-Educational Battery-Revised (WJ-R) and the QRI-II tests. The researchers discussed the importance of providing students with materials that were...
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    • Emotional Manipulation and Psychopathy 19 machiavellian attitudes and beliefs in political leaders. After analysis and testing they eventually settled on a 20-item questionnaire named the Mach-IV. The development of the scale was derived from...
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    • Emotional Manipulation and Psychopathy 36 manipulation, it appears that those with high psychopathic traits are not directly manipulating emotions. The mediation effect leads to the idea that any manipulation of emotions, conducted by psychopaths,...
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    • MUTED MOTHERHOOD 21 the other. They suggest that this happened with the dualism of male/female, with male becoming the valued term in the hierarchy (Cirksena & Cuklanz, 1992, p. 20). This hierarchal ranking consequently results in the oppression of...

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