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    • A war year and most of the boys far away on the battle fronts, yet college life had to go on, and as many of the traditions carried down through many years con-tinued and kept alive as possible under the circumstances. Always the B. A. C. has had...
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 204 Mark Crump November 14, 2013 General Manager Cherry Creek Radio St. George, Utah 1. What is radio's future? Recently with a lot of competition coming into the radio world, radio has been able to survive...
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 205 technology has helped a lot to provide a localism even during hours when I do not have live DJs. We are getting smarter and smarter in making that happen and then there is tremendous technology available...
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 206 That's a good question, radio is evolving. I think radio is not much different today than when it was as it was before consolidation. But I will say this, the fundamental definition has remained the same...
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 208 Because of the local aspect of it, that's it. That was it when television came into being, that's when satellite radio came to be, it's the localism, and it's what we have. Until they can take it from us...
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    • 2 U.S. TV SHOW’ INFLUENCE IN CHINA consumption, which is between one hour and two and half hours per day. Eighty-four percent of interviewees admitted that video streaming and downloading are the most popular ways to watch TV programs (Li Yan,...
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 210 I think it was an amazing thing. As I got started in the business one of the DJ shifts that I miss the most is the graveyard overnight shift. It was me and third shifters and having to be up and work when...
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    • CWSW 27 examine the implications of their jobs in relation to the overall success of the department and the company (p, 37). When considering transferable skills, look to the problems you solve in the daily grind. What problems would occur if you...
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    • 10 Literature Review A Time for Change Change will, and must happen. It is in the best interest of organizations to pursue continuous change and proactively design strategies for change. Organizational change takes both planning and management...
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    • CWSW 29 If an employer wants to motivate a worker then the employer will take the initiative to satisfy lower level needs until the worker is self-actualized (Miller, 2006). However, if a job seeker wants to stand out from the competition he or she...
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    • 11 In the increasing globalization of our world, organizational environments are constantly under rapid change and unpredictability. Globalization has increased competition, technological development and customer demand. Organizations must maintain...
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 217 I think it is happening now. I think the advertising community is learning how to get into that. I look at the writer's strike from a few years ago and the writers wanted to be compensated for the digital...
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    • 6 expansion of charter schools. Dubbed the “Race to the Top,” this competition aims to encourage innovation and reform in local public education (Ravitch, 2010). From the very beginning, charter schools and accountability have been closely related....
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    • i Table of Contents Chapter 1: Introduction .................................................... 1 Significance ............................................................... 2 Study Setting...
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    • 19 for longer challenging texts. In contrast, extrinsic motivation referred to grades or competition reasons for reading. (Guthrie, et al, 2006, p. 91). Intrinsic motivators also include a sense of accomplishment and self-pride....
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    • Emotions in Conflict 11 must be employed in order to make high-quality decisions that members fully commit themselves to applying. On the other hand a win-lose approach to negotiation is more comparable to the conflict management styles of...
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    • CWSW 40 done in your previous work and how that transfers over to your new employer as solutions to their problems then you have a sharp arrow that will make you stand out above your competition. The second skill of the three imperatives is the...
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    • 26 individual optimism about their skills as a reader). Additional reasons for reading participation, as addressed by Guthrie and Anderson, are recognition (the desire to be known as a good reader), competition (the desire to be the best reader in...

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