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    • 46 Respondents occasionally left some survey statements blank. To determine whether certain statements were purposefully avoided, missing value analysis (MVA) was performed using PASW and EQS. EQS MVA determined that the data were missing at random...
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    • 48 source A included: broadcast advertising; print advertising; Internet/email; and outdoor advertising. Information source B included: trade shows; familiarization or journalist/press tours; and press conferences or press releases. Information...
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    • 49 Reliability, Convergent Validity, and Discriminant Validity By definition, scale reliability was the proportion of variance attributable to the true score of the latent variable (DeVellis, 2003). Cronbach‘s alpha was used to assess the...
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    • 120 evidenced in Table 10. EQS also provided information on multivariate normality. Histograms were not normally distributed for the variables. The normalized estimate of 41.35 indicated that the variables were not normally distributed. A scaling...
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    • 121 Preliminary SEM Data Analysis The Confirmatory Factor Analysis (CFA) model specified one second-order factor: information sources (IS), as well as four first-order factors: destination image (DI); socio-cultural preferences (SCP); travel...
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    • MUTED MOTHERHOOD 24 muted group, but a muted group among women. Droogsma (2007) found that the negative attitudes about the veil are most often spoken by those who have never practiced wearing a veil. When the issue was discussed with American...
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    • MUTED MOTHERHOOD 59 The theme of validation illustrated how stay-at-home mothers transform their perceptions, but it was not so much evidenced by the subthemes that emerged as it was by the subthemes that did not emerge. First, let it be noted that...
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    • No pirates no princesses 1 Chapter 1: Introduction A mother of five children shared her ―October Surprise‖ on the first crisp, fall day. Each of her children wanted her to buy a costume which had been advertised on television. When she calculated...
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    • Commitment 1 Chapter One Introduction The family is a central part of life in the United States, and marriage remains a top priority. Ninety-six percent of people in the United States will marry at some point in their lifetime (Fields, 2004)....
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    • Persevering Polygyny: An Initial Study of Relational Maintenance Among Polyginists 8 come out in the open, as evidenced by the reality show Sisterwives featuring an actual family practicing polygyny. The people of Centennial Park have recently been...
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    • Persevering Polygyny: An Initial Study of Relational Maintenance Among Polyginists 45 builds the relationships by giving them a “sense of my humanity,” and he also thinks it “gives them hope” and tell them “you’re not alone.” When it comes to...
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    • Persevering Polygyny: An Initial Study of Relational Maintenance Among Polyginists 52 research might focus exclusively on married gay and lesbian couples and polyginists to further investigate this possibility. I think, however, the polyginist...
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    • 32 Participants’ Use of New Knowledge and Skills The success of any professional development endeavor lies principally in implementing learned skills. A conference may be a great experience, creating enthusiasm, inspiring collaboration, and...
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    • 33 elusive, at best, and is not often proved to be successful by scores alone. Students’ reactions to a new technology or skill may not be proved numerically but rather pragmatically. Among the study population who implemented skills into their...
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    • an effective rebranding campaign in my own words, from my personal, lived experience as a researcher and pseudo employee. Autoethnography Dixie State University identified a specific brand that it would like to be broadcasted to potential students, f...
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    • 35 Chapter 5 Discussion With attitudes toward mathematics continually becoming more negative it is important to discover methods to enhance student affective traits concerning mathematics. Different subgroups of students develop negative attitudes...
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    • EL INFORMATION PROCESSING IN MATH 6 true problem lies in their lack of fluency, vocabulary knowledge, and understanding of instruction in English, which limit their ability to demonstrate their content knowledge (Xu & Drame, 2008). This is...
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    • Figure 10: Teachers’ Views on Benefits of Writing on iPad Results: As illustrated in Figure 10, four of the six of the responding teachers agree that writing on an iPad is beneficial to students while two disagree. Figure 11: Teachers’ Views on...
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    • GREEK MYTHOLOGY IN SECONDARY EDUCATION 9 Chapter 2 – Literature Review In order to allow adolescents to comprehend how mythological stories intertwine and correspond with everyday life, the relevancy of these stories must be reviewed. The...

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