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    • Self-Disclosure and Cohesion in the Classroom 9 As the literature suggests, the majority of studies relating to self-disclosure in the classroom are centered on the role of the teacher. However, there has yet to be a study on the effect of...
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    • SOCIAL THINKING INTERVENTIONS form and maintain friendships. Simply putting them in a class with peers may have made their shortcomings more apparent, which in turn intensified their feelings of isolation. They functioned in a dearth of social...
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    • 12 INCLUSION: IN SERVICE TRAINING Social Skills According to McCarty (2006), the fact that students with disabilities can be joined socially with their peers is one of the greatest benefits. As disabled students are included in the regular classroom,...
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    • No pirates no princesses 172 social network is the church, then it almost seems like you‘ve buffered against consumerism creeping into your home. J: They‘ll still come home and say, other kids don‘t have to do this, or other kids have...
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    • P a g e | 21 inhabitants living in the "southern third of the African continent. From Cameroon-Nigerian seaboard in the West to the Somalia-Kenyan coastline in the east, and southwards as far as Port Elizabeth," they speak the Bantu languages...
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    • SOCIAL THINKING INTERVENTIONS 21 as home and restaurants. Social skills are called upon in nearly every daily situation. Not only have students demonstrated deficiencies in recognizing emotions, they have exhibited difficulties in explaining causes...
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    • 23 meet a community need, build leadership skills, enhance their resume, a calling or duty and to feel good about themselves. Table 1 shows the findings for this question – motivations to serve. Table 1 Coding Motivations to Serve Category...
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    • U.S. Embassy 27 A career as a Foreign Service Officer is incredibly interesting and rewarding in several ways. For me, the most enticing aspect is being able to live in various countries. For each country an officer moves to, he is provided with an...
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    • 26 include, “Service made me see the world as a smaller area; I was able to see how someone else’s problems effect me and my community,” “I learned about how my actions can affect others in a positive or negative way,” and “I learned...
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    • 29 not suggesting the requirement of service as part of graduation, the insights from these questions will be discussed in detail including suggestions for service professionals in Chapter Five. Quantitative Analysis Most of the survey that was...
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    • The Human Element 31 In addition to these campaign types, Kruckeberg and Starck (1988) define eight ways in which public relations practitioners can restore and maintain a sense of community in their organizations and among their...
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    • The Human Element 32 In the case of the flooding that occurred in Salt Lake City, here the people had a strong sense of community and already heavily trusted and relied on each other in their normal day to day operations. This made it much easier...
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    • 36 sites? Here again, important factors for practical use is evident ranging from potential for impact, the type of project suited to the audience and match of skill with the project. The male participants tended to chose sites where they felt that...
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    • Commitment 40 Trent and Gretchen Walker are a couple that exemplified the importance of friendship as the basis of their relationship. Trent and Gretchen met when they were only 14 years old. They became good friends during the high school years....
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    • Golden opportunities, work, play, laughter . . . all combined in campus life. Each day finds new experiences to be met by youthful adven-turers. Young feet eagerly tread well-worn paths, along which life-long friendships are inspired. Amid our...

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