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    • No pirates no princesses 119 I: I‘ll make you a copy. Transcript 3: September, 2008, interviewed in person in Laguna Beach, CA I: Okay, we are here on Sept. 13th with E.S. E: Hello. I: Thank you so much for taking the time today. E: My pleasure. I:...
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    • Commitment iii AN EXPLORATION OF THE CONSTRUCTION OF COMMITMENT LEADING TO MARRIAGE D. Scott Sibley Dr. Matthew H. Barton, Thesis Supervisor ABSTRACT The purpose of this study was to research how newly married couples construct and...
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    • Emotions in Conflict iii THE ROLE OF EMOTIONS IN CONFLICT BETWEEN ELEMENTARY EDUCATORS AND PARENTS Brian Godfrey Dr. Brian L. Heuett, Thesis Supervisor ABSTRACT This thesis was designed to further the understanding of the role that emotions play in...
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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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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 22 receptionists’ lenses through which they view their job experience. This self-description section will cover a general description of the receptionists in the study, how they describe their jobs responsibilities, length of...
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    • CWSW 37 wants to stand out, and be a competitive candidate in the job market will spend most of their time networking, which is, building relationships with the decision makers. They also spend some small amount of time online looking for available...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 25 My biggest goal in life was to be a mom. You know? And now I’m here, and I’m here all the time and I spend more time here than I do with my kids and that’s not my goal. So I told my husband, “No, this is not working out. I...
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    • INFLUENCING INTENTIONALITY 20 learn, increases their critical and reflective thinking abilities, and fosters significant aesthetic development. Looking at and talking about art (LATA). Wilson and Clark (2000) documented a classroom method that...
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    • No pirates no princesses 137 Transcript four: September, 2009, interviewed in person, Studio City, CA I: Okay we have Caryn here. Can you tell us a little bit about your background and the age of your children. K: My children are 10 and 8. Two...
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    • INFLUENCING INTENTIONALITY 26 art. Barton’s (2013) reason is the only one of the methods discussed here that mentions using the art-viewing experience to enhance the art-making experience. Art literacy. Barton’s objective for providing students...
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    • CWSW 48 waiting to be interviewed. Give the interviewer some examples of the skills and achievements you possess along with one or two attributes or personal characteristics. Take two minutes to write down a Power Paragraph. Finally in Zone Two and...
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    • Commitment 29 interviewed a recently married couple and asked several questions relating to commitment. According to Weigel (2003): The findings revealed particular events, conditions, and interactions that the couple themselves said are relevant...
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    • No pirates no princesses 154 Transcript five: September 2008, interviewed in person n Sherman Oaks, CA. I: Okay, I‘m with Melissa talking about our culture. Could you start with a little background on yourself. M: I was born in Chicago and I‘m...
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    • PERCEIVED OUTCOMES OF TLIM PROGRAM 39 the “results we’ve seen with students is what stands out,” and, “The Leader in Me empowers students to be in charge of their daily actions and learning” (FranklinCovey, 2012, pp. 3-4). Lastly, both...
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    • Commitment 35 scheduled a time to meet. Before the interview began, the couple met with the researcher in a computer lab close to the conference room in order to explain the study and to distribute the informed consent forms. Any questions the...
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    • PERCEIVED OUTCOMES OF TLIM PROGRAM 43 creates empowered and engaged individuals. In the Covey model, every student is a leader (Covey, 2008, p. 76). This fact illustrates the pedagogy of student empowerment that undergirds the notion of character...
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    • Emotions in Conflict 39 Chapter 4 Results In order to accomplish the purposes of this study, elementary teachers were interviewed about their experiences, emotions, and conflict outcomes relating to appreciation, affiliation, autonomy, status and...
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    • Commitment 42 It was a good foundation that we were just friends and had that connection before any real romance was integrated in. I guess you know that person. You know the different aspects of who they are rather than, I have an attraction to...
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    • No pirates no princesses 166 exposed to over at her house and Lucy knows it. And I say there‘s many more fish in the sea. I‘m sorry, it‘s not about the girl, it‘s about the mom. You can absolutely do that. There‘s nothing wrong with it. And I think...

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