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    • »^mmmmmmmminmilimmilimiminmminmmmminmmmmlmmmmmmmmimmmmillim Congratulations for your great achievements. Let's all strive for victory — From — Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lunt LUNT'S NEW HOTEL AND CAFE Cedar City, Utah CHANCES ARE Chances are you already...
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    • 20 SOUTHERN BRANCH a few carefully selected groups of facts taking the place of the more vague and general consideration of the great mass of history. 3 hours per week throughout the year. History of Education.-Lectures, discussions,...
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    • 24 SOUTHERN BRANCH The cost of materials for the course need not exceed $1.50 for one year. 4 recitations per week throughout the year. Physical Culture.-The aim is rather to contribute to health and habit of posture than to...
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    • drive the herd another twenty miles to Dublan to load them on the train. That night &er the cattle were loaded, the cow hands had a miserable night's rest after they gathered up al1 they had with them and climbed into a box car half loaded with...
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    • top of the flour sack while at the sheepherd. Because of this ability, Uriah was nicknamed "Graham Cake" by "Poots" Walker.' Lehi not only could fix thinp with baling wire, he learned to be resourceful and could manufacture or fix almost anything....
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    • THE WEB 18 Syllabus: The Web for Communication Professionals The web is taking an increasingly prominent role in the lives of communication professionals. Students entering the field of communication will undoubtedly be involved in web projects...
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    • 47 felt more confident in their reading skills than did the Spanish-English readers? Did the English readers spend more time reading because they could practice independently after reading to their parents? The remaining research question dealt...
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    • 122 Chapter 7 HTML width: 19em; top: 7em; } .lake { position: relative; left: 22em; } Again, save the file and look at it in the reloaded browser. The lake should now be positioned to the right of the body text (Figure 7.16).. By now you...
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    • 31 In order to participate in society, literacy is essential. Illiteracy cannot help but have a direct, negative effect on quality of life, usually in the form of lost opportunities and lower wages. Access to fundamental information...
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    • No pirates no princesses 18 fertile ground for major marketing companies who want to set life long buying decisions in stone before the age of reasoning dawns. These crucial few years determine habits and the marketers want their brand to become...
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    • Commitment 8 Perhaps the most interesting in this list of characteristics of successful marriages are the elements that do not appear. No studies show that a man needs to be athletic, handsome, drive an expensive car, or make a six-figure salary in...
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    • STUDENT NEWSPAPER 33 While the printed source of newspaper is traditional, online media is becoming extremely popular. Creating apps and on-line sites are the new trend within mass media. Chapter Eight focuses on the basics of on-line media, and...
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 9 play no or minimal commercials (Saffran, 2011; March, 2012). Previous articles discuss the invasion of the smart dashboard in automobiles and how AM/FM is worried about losing dash space (Ludwig, 2012;...
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 10 So, why do people listen to the radio? According to the uses and gratifications theory, "individuals actively seek out certain forms of media in a goal directed and rational way that will provide them with...
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 29 media arises from pre-existing needs (Sundar & Limperos, 2013). It's the individual's needs, not the masses, that are sought out to be gratified (LaRose & Eastin, 2004). These needs include passing time,...
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 50 Uses and Gratifications Theory Before the TA96, listeners used the radio primarily to gratify the desires of information/learning and entertainment/enjoyment (Stafford & Stafford, 1996). The manner in which...
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    • !50 head around it was to consider the vast amount of American film and television that come into the country. I think when compared to their own country, America sounds like a dream. There is certainly a divide right now in China. The younger...
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    • vii Figure 30: Mean student (n = 34) and mean teacher/administrator (n = 3) responses compared by question. ........................................................................................................................... 92 Figure 31:...
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    • PERCEIVED OUTCOMES OF TLIM PROGRAM 17 establish priorities, and to execute a plan by staying disciplined and focused. Embedded in the three habits are time management skills, planning skills, goal-setting skills, and other basic organizing skills...

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