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    • Commitment 75 relationships. In A. L. Weber & J. H. Harvey (Eds.), Perspectives on close relationships (pp. 153-175). Boston: Allyn & Bacon. Larson, L. E. & Goltz, J. W. (1989). Religious participation and marital commitment. Review of Religious...
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    • On motion of Councilman Frank B. Wood the following bills were allowed and the Recorder instructed to issue warrants for the same: Orson Haiaht Thomas Lawrence 8 E. Lawrence . Lester W Ford . Willard Perkins Ether Perry Dave Prvor Myles dams George...
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    • Fusion 360 67 APPENDIX 13 Client optimized newsletter News and Information AmeriTech College www.ameritech.edu FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 5, 2012 AmeriTech Receives NLNAC Accreditation Earn your nursing degree from an institution with...
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    • Hard working (?) Pencil Pushers Have you noticed the slightly slap-happy air that the Agricola Room has worn this year? You have? Well, did you ever stop to wonder why? You didn't? Then listen a momet, my children, and you shall hear the sad story...
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    • iii History of the Ninth Ward ……………………………………………………… 44 Demographics: People and Household Characteristics ……………………….. 46 Demographics: Housing ……………………………………………….………. 47 Demographics: Employment and Standard of Living …..……………………… 48 Attitudes and...
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    • The Human Element 7 of the surrounding public could eliminate this element of unpredictability with the community’s reaction. One could better respond to the development of a crisis situation within their organization by knowing in advance how the...
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    • camps was the product of many small farms and dairies combined. Few families had enough surplus to justify a trip on their own. In 1870. Iron Ciounty had 264 farms, most of them composed of less than 10 acres. Consequently, shipping to the mines...
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    • The Human Element 13 which will take an in depth look into a given group of people’s reaction to a crisis event, specifically looking at how their culture played a substantive role in determining their overall reaction. In addition, the reaction of...
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    • The Human Element 42 analyzed. These dimensions include communication styles, authority associations, unity within the group, community roles, loyalty to the organization, relationship to the environment, and placement of values. The model was...
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    • The Human Element 43 since the only significant difference between the two communities is their culture, additional support for the model’s practical application can be applied. Details and proof of these differences were noted in the study and are...
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    • The Human Element 44 Chapter 5 Analysis: Pre-Katrina Consideration History of the Ninth Ward New Orleans is said to be one of the “most distinctive and culturally diverse cities” in North America (Haas, n.d., para. 1). In 2004 the city’s population...
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    • The Human Element 69 evacuee, numerous descriptive titles arose, some bring controversy with them (Hilliard. 2005). Looking back to the cultural analysis it is clearly seen that this group has always been touchy about how others refer to them. They...
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    • The Human Element 70 Mississippi Gulf Coast Reaction The reaction of the people along the Mississippi Gulf Coast to hurricane Katrina has been drastically different than what initially came out of the Ninth Ward. Government response was equally...
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    • The Human Element 71 to the changing situation as they took the time necessary to recognize their constituents’ needs to rebuild their own economy, their way. “We were literally fending for ourselves,” said Brent Warr, Gulfport’s mayor. “Sitting in...
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    • WE ARE STILL GLAD WE LIVE IN CEDAR CITY The Home Of The B. A. C. BRADSHAW CHEVROLET COMPANY Cedar City, Utah ONCE AGAIN Despite all the difficulties P E N N E Y ' S Give you the values. ONCE AGAIN No compromise in any degree with Penney's...
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    • No pirates no princesses 119 I: I‘ll make you a copy. Transcript 3: September, 2008, interviewed in person in Laguna Beach, CA I: Okay, we are here on Sept. 13th with E.S. E: Hello. I: Thank you so much for taking the time today. E: My pleasure. I:...
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    • No pirates no princesses 128 I: Because he doesn‘t give her enough responsibility. E: No, she doesn‘t have any. I: She doesn‘t take responsibility for herself. He takes responsibility for her. E: The biggest thing is the manipulation, the second...
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    • No pirates no princesses 137 Transcript four: September, 2009, interviewed in person, Studio City, CA I: Okay we have Caryn here. Can you tell us a little bit about your background and the age of your children. K: My children are 10 and 8. Two...
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    • Tenitory of Utah will come, it being only about four hundred and fifty miles &om San Diego on the Pacific coast, a distance frequently traveled in ten days. I renewed my acquaintance with the President, Henry Lunt, with much pleasure, and I...

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