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    • "turn up their coat collars and, as much as posible, tum their backs to the storm until it passed over." The Federal officers were clearly determined to stand by each other and manipulate the machinery of govemment for the oppression of the...
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    • 106 Media tourism. The use of media as a form of tourism advertising has been a popular topic of interest in recent years. Tourism can be generated by books, movies, TV shows and every level of cultural activity. The media greatly affects what...
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    • 12 for nor be able to produce (Bolan & Williams, 2008). Movies can showcase a destination‘s natural scenery, historical background, and culture. Austria is not exempt from this phenomenon. Since the release of The Sound of Music in 1965, many...
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    • 13 from these could be as simple as the need to escape and experience something new. Push and pull factors such as these can be used in exploring why travelers visit Austria as well as the effectiveness of the communication channels in promoting...
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    • 14 applicability, and relevance affected student perception. The question of how to engage, present, organize, encourage, and grade discussions is common among all in-class discussion strategies. Role of the teacher. Similarly, the questions...
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    • 20 Disruptive behavior can be understood by analyzing relationships between the behavior and its antecedents. Antecedents are any stimuli in the students’ environment that may have caused the disruptive behavior. Researchers have demonstrated that...
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    • Autism; Education; Educational psychology
    • 26 1/6/14 Re-evaluating the leave-early plan, the teacher, student, and mom agree on a calendar on which “early leave” and “late starts” are marked in advance to serve as a visual reminder of his goal and when he’d be rewarded. Late starts are...
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    • 30 Days November 1910: S 13 Raining Dan & Family came in about noon. M 14 Raining Went out to the South field. T 15 Rain on mountains hauled up another load of corn. W 16-Th 17 made a few post card pictures F 18 Rain. I went up canal got...
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    • 30 Herzog, H. (1944). What do we really know about daytime serial listeners? In P. F. Lazarsfeld & F. N.Stanton (eds.), Radio research 1942–1943 (pp. 3–33). New York: Duell, Sloan & Pearce. Jackob, N. (2010). No Alternatives? The relationship...
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    • Autism; Education; Educational psychology
    • 44 Sometimes I feel strange saying this, but a lot of my successes with building rapport with my students often result from negative situations. Jo learned to trust me because I restrained him from choking himself, and refused to call his mother...
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    • Autism; Education; Educational psychology
    • 46 Summary His mother was extremely happy and their relationship was positive. He still had a few more bad days but we cannot completely cure a disorder. We can only adapt and change our methods to facilitate children with autism spectrum disorder...
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    • 68 U.S. TV SHOW’ INFLUENCE IN CHINA looking for media outlets in order to fulfill his/her certain needs (Blumler & Katz, 1974). In other words, audiences actively seek out and target specific media that will provide them with gratification. In...
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    • 81 about a destination. Consumers are sometimes able to make a better formed ideal by viewing or reading information for reasons other than strictly promotional. Push and pull factors. In studying factors that lead to increased tourism, it is...
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    • Altogether, Cedar City seems to be a thrifty settlement and a good place for men to go who wish to get a start. Bishop Lunt informs us that they desire more population, and they are wilhg to give settlers land to cultivate and water to imgate it....
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    • beef was hidden in thick timber some distance from ramp, while they had been wishing for meat for supper and breakfast, all but one prospector made a hasty getaway before our boys returned from the day's ride." " As I was riding out that morning...
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    • Emotions in Conflict 3 Because emotions and conflict are interdependent, it is believed that people avoid conflict in attempt to escape its accompanying emotions. Researchers Bodtker & Jameson (2001) believe that in order to manage conflict more...
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    • Emotions in Conflict 57 In this particular situation, Mindy expressed a feeling of helplessness and being on her own. Because the parents were not acknowledging her autonomy and respecting her decisions, she reported that the resolution in this...

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