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    • STRAIGHT IS THE GATE 73 people were generally accepting of her lifestyle. She described her friends’ reactions to her lifestyle as: You do what you do, and I do what I do, and we’ll be friends. So it’s not a problem… they’re fine with it....
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    • No pirates no princesses 56 The dialectic of protection versus equipment was described by the mothers interviewed. Relational dialects theory of Baxter and Montgomery (1996) describes intimate relationships in terms of the inherent ―push and...
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    • iGRIEVE 17 Traditionally, memorials consisted of symbolic reminders (letters, flowers, or pictures) brought to the site of the death or a site associated with the deceased. DeVries and Rutherford (2004) argued that by participating in this symbolic...
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    • STRAIGHT IS THE GATE 76 The transition of accepting a new woman into the family is a period of growth and adjustment. In some families the transition is relatively smooth. Interviewee #2 describes her experience as she entered an established family...
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    • No pirates no princesses 58 Commercials and products are discussed among friends and participant eight said, ―They talk about it with each other‖. The struggle is how to retain your values but let the kids still have a social...
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    • Physician & Patient Communication 48 coding involved the development of a coding framework designed to capture the meaning of participants’ speech. Axial coding was used to identify relationships between codes and selective coding was used to...
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    • STRAIGHT IS THE GATE 78 So many variables and emotions are involved in each relationship that without each person sacrificing, the relationships do not mesh well. No matter how easy or hard the transition is to add another woman to the family, the...
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    • No pirates no princesses 60 Spirituality enters the values discussion in the home as participant six says, ―Recognizing a higher force is a way you can convey your goals and values.‖ Participant three began each day with her daughter with a...
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    • 109 2010. Of the total number of surveys collected, 212 were rejected for incompleteness or respondents did not meet the residency or age requirements discussed; 973 were deemed usable. Data analysis methodology. Software packages. Predictive...
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    • iGRIEVE 22 archives, such as a museum or gallery exhibit, in that a person or small group of people mediates them, making them examples of one-way communication. As stated previously, any discussion of collective memory needs to address the...
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    • CORE STABILITY AND AGILITY 11 Chapter 2 Review of Literature Core stability and agility are aspects of movement that are important in most athletic performances. Core stability is especially important during high-intensity movements, as well...
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    • instructions as to the hatching, feeding and rearing of silkworms. They looked just about likc celcry seeds. Every morning, Ann and Henrietta went ahout a 1)lock away to gather mulberry leaves from the trees that were growing thcrc. T h e Mulberry...
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    • CORE STABILITY AND AGILITY 12 multiple definitions of agility, the current study defines agility as the ability of the participant to change direction speed accurately and efficiently through a series of planned, and coordinated whole-body...
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    • RTI IMPLEMENTATION PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 29 The open-response questions are reported in themes that emerged as described by the teachers surveyed. Teacher Knowledge of RTI Several statements from the survey (See Appendix A) addressed the...
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    • EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION 18 However, support for the Hyperpersonal Model is evident in the growth of relational intimacy achieved through CMC versus FtF interaction. In a study conducted over the course of three consecutive days, participants were...
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    • iGRIEVE 26 Kobe Bryant, or get involved with charitable organizations supported by Bill Gates. They also suggest that because of these pseudo-interpersonal relationships, the acceptance of health messages or educational programming promoted by...
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    • CORE STABILITY AND AGILITY 15 on a line, take an extra hop, or fail to cross a line of the hexagon. If any of these mistakes occur, the trial is stopped and restarted when the participant repositions in the center of the circle where the mistake...
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    • EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION 19 As people increasingly move to online use and businesses further adopt forms of computer-mediated communication, it is imperative to understand how to attain maximum value out of this communication. Given that much of the...


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