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    • Writing--Education; Composition (Language arts); College preparation programs; Education, Secondary
    • 19 Since first-year college writing courses “are designed to encourage students to, in the words of one instructor, ‘just know that there are different ways to solve different writing situations’” (Fanetti, et al., 2010, p.82), high school...
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    • Writing--Education; Composition (Language arts); College preparation programs; Education, Secondary
    • 28 All learners are motivated by the desire to improve. When instructors help students find their own mistakes and evaluate their own work, their motivation increases exponentially. Secondary educators would do well to recognize that along with...
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    • Writing--Education; Composition (Language arts); College preparation programs; Education, Secondary
    • 32 and quality feedback, and careful revision strategies. Although L1 and L2 learners benefit from quality teacher feedback, such as ways to expand their ideas, elaborate on their main points, paraphrasing and in-text referencing, ESL students...
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    • Writing--Education; Composition (Language arts); College preparation programs; Education, Secondary
    • 67 Figure 6. Self-Reflection Assessment on English Writing Proficiency English Essay Comparisons An English diagnostic essay was assigned to the three case study groups at the beginning of Fall Semester 2015 and a second comparative essay was...
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    • Writing--Education; Composition (Language arts); College preparation programs; Education, Secondary
    • 81 When asked to compare the essays based on individual categories from the rubric, the following were the results: Introduction: Juniors reported a higher grade by 66.7%, and 72.2% of seniors reported having received a higher grade in that...
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    • Writing--Education; Composition (Language arts); College preparation programs; Education, Secondary
    • 120 The underlying conclusion gathered from the data of surveys, questionnaires, journal reflection responses, English and native-language essays, and standardized tests results unequivocally revealed that by applying metacognitive strategies, both...
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    • Washington Redskins (Football team); Crisis management; Social media; Sports
    • REDSKINS FAN APOLOGIA 10 Crises in the business, political, and advertising realms seem to affect a more isolated group or to affect different groups with varying degrees of severity. Seeger, Sellnow, and Ulmer (1998) define crisis in the corporate...
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    • Washington Redskins (Football team); Crisis management; Social media; Sports
    • REDSKINS FAN APOLOGIA 13 organization and seeks their pardon. The organization also acknowledges full responsibility for the crisis (Coombs, 2006). The three SCCT crisis response options provide classifications of strategies that organizations can...
    • Page 14

    • Washington Redskins (Football team); Crisis management; Social media; Sports
    • REDSKINS FAN APOLOGIA 14 intergroup conflict can strengthen ingroup identification and positive attachment (Tajfel & Turner, 1979). The extent to which a person’s social identity is strengthened or diminished through membership in the ingroup...
    • Page 17

    • Washington Redskins (Football team); Crisis management; Social media; Sports
    • REDSKINS FAN APOLOGIA 17 all Raiders fans act out this perceived role. Highly invested individuals continue to act out their identities as expression, performance, or communication in order to achieve social affirmation as well as individual...
    • Page 24

    • Washington Redskins (Football team); Crisis management; Social media; Sports
    • REDSKINS FAN APOLOGIA 24 other. They were, however, still seeking to criticize the Redskins nickname and so were included here. Overall, some overlap in arguments did exist within individual posts and where overlapping arguments were found the...
    • Page 25

    • Washington Redskins (Football team); Crisis management; Social media; Sports
    • REDSKINS FAN APOLOGIA 25 perfectly fine with segregation.” And similarly, “Lol (laugh out loud) a term of honor and respect.... I doubt all Native Americans feel that way.” Other responses identified the cultural forces at play in the debate....
    • Page 37

    • Washington Redskins (Football team); Crisis management; Social media; Sports
    • REDSKINS FAN APOLOGIA 37 variety of ways, but sarcasm seemed the most convenient vehicle for delivering disdain to discredit the outgroup. “Really, please enlighten all of us as to how many years and how many letters you have written and protest...
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    • Washington Redskins (Football team); Crisis management; Social media; Sports
    • REDSKINS FAN APOLOGIA 38 The denial strategy was also utilized to claim that there was no controversy. Fans wanted to set the record straight about common misconceptions surrounding the nickname issue. Specifically, that there really is no...
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    • Television programs; Fantasy fiction; Masculinity; Disabilities
    • REDEFINING MASCULINITY IN HBO’S GAME OF THRONES !27 Based in Jung’s concept of the collective unconscious, Lindenfeld (2009) explains the “existence of a common process of symbolization” which “tends to join together rather than differentiate, to...
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    • Television programs; Fantasy fiction; Masculinity; Disabilities
    • REDEFINING MASCULINITY IN HBO’S GAME OF THRONES !31 The diverse viewership that reaches across the globe, as well as transgresses genres and generations, suggests the Game of Thrones narrative contains elements that appeal to a diverse array of...
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    • Television programs; Fantasy fiction; Masculinity; Disabilities
    • REDEFINING MASCULINITY IN HBO’S GAME OF THRONES !47 person with dwarfism. Tyrion and Jon lack the outward legitimization because their external identity is completely indistinguishable from their disabilities: Tyrion as a dwarf and Jon as...
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    • Television programs; Fantasy fiction; Masculinity; Disabilities
    • REDEFINING MASCULINITY IN HBO’S GAME OF THRONES !80 Appendix A Biklen and Bogdan Stereotypes in Portrayals of Disabled People in Media - Pitiable and pathetic: Tiny Tim in A Christmas Carol - Object of violence: Audrey Hepburn’s character, who is...
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    • Television programs; Fantasy fiction; Masculinity; Disabilities
    • REDEFINING MASCULINITY IN HBO’S GAME OF THRONES !8 unsophisticated narratives (Collins, 2013). In addition to having to write for a range of audiences, television creators were under obligation to abide by network regulations that...
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    • Television programs; Fantasy fiction; Masculinity; Disabilities
    • REDEFINING MASCULINITY IN HBO’S GAME OF THRONES !22 value in heroes of postmillennial Western Culture” (Driver & Ray, 2004, p. 6). For example, though most medieval knights are “aristocratic men,” more relatable to the American culture is a hero...

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