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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 24 Photographic discourse As photographs are the primary focus that photographers and visual ethnographers who set out into foreign countries and rural villages include in their fieldwork, text is an important accompaniment. Alesich...
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 25 Narrative The previous section has attempted to discuss narratives and uncover their communicative qualities in visual form. This section will first focus on the narrative in its simplest meaning, as a story- a “spoken or written...
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 29 successfully integrating a “life in time” (p.117) will create a coherent and understandable narrative for the audience (McAdams, 2006). Persuasive/Applied Narratives Green and Brock (2000) assert that, “the power of narratives to...
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    • J u n e 29, 1923 . . . [Excerpts from Iron County Record) "President of t h e United S t a t e s . Warren G . Hardine. a n d p a r t y arrived in Cedar City J b n e 27, 1923 on t & new railroad, and Mayor Parley Dalley a n d his official City...
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    • Commitment 13 Personal commitment originates from the desire to continue in a relationship. There are three parts of personal commitment. They include: attraction to one’s partner, marital satisfaction or attraction to the relationship, and couple...
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    • Commitment 15 life-style. Likewise, as a way of behaviorally displaying their commitment experience they give each other a special gift. (p.3) As this example shows, the experience of commitment varies between couples, as does how their commitment...
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    • INFLUENCING INTENTIONALITY 21 2013). These skills closely align with the main ideas in many of the art education methods reviewed above. Taylor (2013) argued that it makes sense to use works of art as texts to practice these skills. David Coleman,...
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    • 29 fostering engagement. Positivity, optimism, and hopefulness can help override negative feelings students have connected with reading. McRae & Guthrie propose …We maintain that when teachers model their own personal identification as readers and...
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    • Emotional Manipulation and Psychopathy 9 not from a forensic setting or have a minimal or a nonexistent criminal record. This scale contains 12 items and is scored on a 24 point scale (0-2) similar to the PCL-R. Concurrent validity with the PCL-R...
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    • 30 motivation to read and have been shown to improve students’ reading levels and performance on tests. Book clubs can provide new exposures to reading opportunities that many students have not been exposed to in the past. Diversity is welcomed and...
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    • INTERPRETING WITH DEAF UNDER COMMON LAW TO 1880 88 Chapter 6: Conclusion Treatments of the recent professionalization of sign language interpreting since the mid-twentieth century share a shallow institutional memory, largely omitting centuries...
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    • Commitment 28 construct the meaning of commitment in their relationships” (p. 2). This leads to the first research question: RQ1: How do couples construct and re-construct the meaning of commitment through events in courtship? To gain a greater...
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    • Commitment 32 processes and products, but these constructions occur under preexisting structural conditions, arise in emergent situations, and are influenced by the researcher’s perspectives, privileges, positions, interactions, and geographical...
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    • 40 sentence patterns, not just the structure itself. Also, a summative assessment approach was applied to evaluate “the worth of the final product, especially in comparison to some other competing product” (Ross, 2005, p. 5); hence, a combination...
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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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    • What little was eamed in the way of cash was promptly used to purchase consumer goods, pay the transportation of immigrants, and buy supplies and equipment for farms and shops. There was a real scarcity of money i Utah. The task of the tithing...
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    • 44 completely ignored, but the question is where and how can higher education use it to be most effective. The survey questions did not address current, if any, interaction from colleges or universities. Perhaps the students are not receiving...
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    • 76 CoLLEGE oF SouTHERN UTAH BRANCH OF U. S. A. C. 24. TEXTILES. A study of fibers, yarns, fabrics and finishes related to consumer problems. Three credits. Fall 1954. Fall 1956. Winters 25. CLOTHING, SELECTION AND CONSTRUCTION. Consideration is...

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