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    • EL INFORMATION PROCESSING IN MATH 29 survey and permission letters for the parents in both English and Spanish (Appendix G). These instruments were submitted to the Institutional Review Board for approval. As required by the Southern Utah...
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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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    • tura, Kanarra, and Iron Springs. Because of this late fall riding, I was delayed in getting bark to the University and was two months late for scho01."~ The Arizona Strip was used primarily as cattle range and was grazed all year, but especially in...
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    • concerning Elementary & Secondary Education majors, must be signed by the PECC Chair before being forwarded to the University Level) 2.3 The University Undergraduate Curriculum Committee will vote on the proposal. If it passes the University...
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    • No pirates no princesses 124 said. And I learned my lesson I just couldn‘t send her back and say, you know honey, you need to talk to your dad about that. Because he would just deny it, so then I had to do my best to explain things like that. I:...
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 211 correct on that and I think there is a movement afoot for putting that connection back. Radio has reacted in times past. We were dead on arrival with television, that did not happen, we were dead with...
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    • No pirates no princesses 126 E: Sometimes I want to go back in that respect. Well it‘s kind of you know, a coward‘s way out to not have that option. Not that our lives are complicated, but my response to things was just so much simpler. It just...
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    • WHOLENESS THROUGH JOY 15 motivated if the event or destination provides something different from what they have (Kotler & Zaltman, 1971). Whether it is something completely foreign or just a little different from products or services they already...
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    • 44 Chapter 3 Technical Considerations always applicable, use the tag in the HTML code to provide a more ac-curate description of your web site. B. Meta tags are placed inside the section of the HTML code for the web page. C. The...
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    • EL INFORMATION PROCESSING IN MATH 40 speaks Spanish, and one other participant answered he/she only speaks English. This last answer was most likely given because the participant did not fully comprehend the question in the English language. The...
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    • 16 prompts them to think about the salient features of each problem. This discussion helps them gage what they do and do not understand, as well as develop their own problem solving strategies (Cooper, 1999). Many educational theorists have...
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    • 13 U.S. TV SHOW’ INFLUENCE IN CHINA Chinese generation seems to adapt well to U.S. culture, but the cross-cultural problems still cannot be ignored. In order to understand how the cross-cultural problem occurs in this intercultural communication,...
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    • “WE SPARED NO EXPENSE” 38 Technology as Control When dealing with enormous, extinct predators thrust into the modern world, it is reasonable to hope that those who created the dinosaurs also have some measure of control over them. Because of this...
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    • 28 When students realize they can make up credit, and earn the rest of their credit for graduation while learning skills such as building sheds and running a green house, school becomes important again. These students have access to a food pantry...

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