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    • 1910, page 13

    • 1910, page 13
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    • 13 lathes, scroll-saws, forges, and tools of all kinds for work in wood and metals are provided. During the spring of 1910 the machinery for equipping the shop commenced to arrive. The plant now consists of the $10,000 building, two Champion...
    • 1911, page 13

    • 1911, page 13
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    • 13 nasium, shower baths, and lockers. In connection with the gymnasium work, out-of-door sports, football, basketball, baseball, tennis, track and field work will be given as an encouragement to students to take part in contests with other...
    • 1912, page 13

    • 1912, page 13
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    • 13 ing injurious habits or tendencies. To accomplish these results, proper gymnasium exercises and out-of-door games under the direction of a well qualified instructor are given. The school is well provided with an excellent gymnasium,...
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    • SOCIAL THINKING INTERVENTIONS colleges have been efficient at training teachers in curriculum and methods, but rarely have teachers been prepared to address the diagnosed and undiagnosed social thinking deficits prevalent today. Not only have HFA...
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    • No pirates no princesses 36 Chapter 4: Results In an attempt to realize the essential variant of the experience mothers have in raising children with values and responsibility in a consumer culture, the results of this phenomenology are explored...
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    • No pirates no princesses 39 the children so they can monitor the music to which the children are listening. Other moms resist the personal sound gadget, participant four claims that her son is, ―not responsible enough for a $300 piece of...
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    • No pirates no princesses 40 to put a ―hedge of protection‖ around the home. Participant eight says, ―Part of it is protection. Mostly we just want be sure they are really grounded on biblical principles.‖ The categories of protection and...
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    • No pirates no princesses 50 Chapter 5: Discussion The purpose of the study is to understand the struggles mothers have and strategies mothers use in raising children with values and responsibility in a media saturated consumer culture using a...
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    • No pirates no princesses 53 conservative Christian feel more pressure to keep the children in line with the moral teaching of their church. A mother who is ―spiritual‖ rejects using religious teachings as an easy way to not take responsibility...
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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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    • No pirates no princesses 57 effectiveness. Baumrind‘s (1973) parenting styles demonstrate the authoritative style (as opposed to the permissive or autocratic styles) as the most effective. Without defining their own style in academic terms, the...
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    • ROY L. HALVERSEN, B. S. Associate Professor of Music C. WAYNE COOK, B. S., M. S. Assistant Professor of Range Management DAVID L. SARGENT, B. S., M. S. Associate Professor of Agriculture and Biology MAVIS JOHNSON, Registrar HAROLD M....

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