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    • The Human Element 86 Schuetz, E. (1990). Corporate advocacy as argumentation. In Trapp, R. and Schuetz, J. (Ed.) Perspectives on argumentation (pp. 272-284). Prospect Heights, IL: Waveland Press. Schwartz, S. (1999). A theory of cultural values and...
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    • P a g e | 84 BIBLIOGRAPHY Baffle, M. (1963). Ubuntu: I in you and you in me. Seabury Books, New York, NY. Bolt, A. (2009, March 20). Dying for a heat wave. Herald Sun (Australia) pp. 34. Retrieved from http://www.lexisnexis.com.proxy.li.suu.edu:...
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    • 72 With this data, groups such as the Austrian Tourism Board can formulate better plans of how and where to broadcast the selected destination images. By understanding where certain travelers look for travel information, more focus can be placed on...
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    • !7 complete with new computers, travel expenditures, and more (all of which isn’t coming out of their pockets). Throughout my time in the Master’s program my focus had been on integrated marketing campaigns (IMC). Integrated marketing campaigns...
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    • iGRIEVE 53 Steve! BET it’s Awesome” (Oct. 15). However, some comments made mention of a specific God or higher being and brought a religious discourse into the conversation: “God rest you in peace Steve Jobs.” (Oct. 8), “May god give you...
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    • 48 Appendix A Participant Responses Teacher ID Did you learn any new skills or acquire new information at the 2012 SUECON conference? P1 I am pretty knowledgeable with a Smartboard, but attending the conference helped me with some ideas I could use...
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    • 42 Hulsart, R. W. (2007).Small numbers, large returns. College Teaching, 23, 48-50. Jacoby, B. (1996).Partnership for service learning. College Student Journal, 9, 21-23. Johnson, L. M., & Johnson, V. E. (1995). Help wanted-accountant: What the...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 39 out with her explanation of risk. “It’s not always fun…if there’s something that’s missed on your end that creates a billing problem, that can trickle down to a lot of different things.” How well or poorly the...
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 5 ABSTRACT It is undeniable to claim that we live in a visual world. The introduction and developments of the digital camera have had a tremendous impact in many facets of society. This study focuses on the impact of visual...
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    • THE FINEST IN MEN'S CLOTHES AND SHOES. YOUR FRATERNITY AND SORORITY SWEATERS MADE TO ORDER BY SALT LAKE KNITTING one moment please— Contrary to traditionally established pre-cedent— against all rules or history-recording annuals—the 1940...
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    • 35 correlation between the socio-economic status and the DWA pass rates for each school? Why did a school with 11% of its students on free or reduced lunch achieve the same as a school with nearly 30% of its school on free or reduced...
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 31 Rationale and Research Questions National Geographic possesses a unique approach to communicating current events involving political affairs, environmental issues, and human interest by combining narratives and corresponding images....
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    • 26 contest. This study found that ninety-seven percent of the school gardens were used primarily for environmental education. Barriers to School Gardens Barriers to school gardens were obstacles that stood in the way, limited or slowed school...
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    • Fishback Intern 28 Ernest Bormann's Symbolic Convergence Theory offers a promising method of looking at small group interaction and cohesiveness. When individuals who are not familiar with each other come together for the sake of achieving a common...
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    • The Human Element 20 threat and risk,” (Seeger, Sellnow, and Ulmer, 2003, p. 21). Among these approaches are: sensemaking, chaos theory, and organizational learning theory. By combining the theory behind all of these different, various approaches...
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    • U.S. Embassy 24 (2003) were important starting points for a flow of literature that helped enrich my understanding of the political world and international relations. Understanding the global community was of utmost importance in preparation for...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 19 Furthermore, the organization serves a variety of local geographic areas. The combination of locations and type of clinic presented a greater degree of variety and diversity concerning potential receptionist-patient...
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    • THE WEB 229 Analytics 169 Using these basic data as your baseline, you could then test different areas of the conversion process to determine where improvements could be made, focusing on the touch points. In the example above, the first place to...
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    • 19 boards increase both the quantity and the quality of comments given. The researcher believes that by combining these two methods, students will benefit from increased quantity and quality of comments and deeper engagement in the content and...
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 200 Brad Steele November 14, 2013 (Skype) Program Director Three Eagles Mankato, MN 1. What is radio's future? Terrestrial has the same future always has, it will continue to grow. You cannot get rid of...

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