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    • start building the strand by copying the desired sequence using deoxynucleotide triphosphate (DNTP's) that we have added to the reaction mixture. Most PCR reactions have 25-35 of these cycles, allowing the number of DNA copies to double with each...
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 106 Jim Duncan November 4, 2013 Director of Production Clear Channel Los Angeles, CA 1. What is radio's future? Unknown. That's why I am leaving man. In 1966, the future was so bright. Internet and iHeartRadio...
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    • THE WEB 115 The Development Process 55 Chapter V THE DEVELOPMENT PROCESS Nearly every organization maintains some sort of web pres-ence. Even if they do not work for a web design company, it is common for communication professionals to oversee...
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    • CORE STABILITY AND AGILITY 16 to return to equilibrium after perturbation” (p. 316). Moreover, Panjabi (2003) described core stability “as the integration of the passive spinal column, active spinal muscles, and the neural control unity, which...
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    • Smokescreens, Lies and Deceptions: The Media and the Vietnam War. 12 sources and exercise care to avoid inadvertent error. Deliberate distortion is never permissible” (http://www.spj.org/ethicscode.asp). Kuypers (2006) states, “without the...
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 189 has scan buttons and on the steering wheel, but when you take your eyes off the road, GPS navigation systems, if you have to take your eyes off the road to look at the map, is a good thing? It's going to...
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 16 Radio has the opportunity to move from the AM/FM band to a digital frontier. Radio could change its delivery method based on technology. In the past, radio's primary focus was on, and should continue to be...
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    • SILVER SCREEN 22 Relationship Management Theory Defining Public Relations & Relationships The authors of Effective Public Relations (Cutlip, Center, & Broom, 1994) defined public relations as "the management function that establishes and maintains...
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    • SILVER SCREEN 23 nature, organization–public relationships can be described at a single point in time and tracked over time (Chun-ju Flora, 2005). Due to the fact that public relations communications has become more interactive with its publics,...
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    • STRAIGHT IS THE GATE 23 opposition as outsiders already had strong preconceived notions about polygamy. Most people naturally lumped all polygamous communities together and assumed the atrocities that were happening in Colorado City were ubiquitous...
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    • iGRIEVE 19 figures. Regardless of the size and nature of the group, the group constructs and maintains an identity that unites its members. There is always a context of meaning in the construction of collective memory, which is shared and passed...
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    • SILVER SCREEN 24 History of Relationship Management Over the past 10 years, research examining the influence of Relationship Management Theory has steadily increased (Bruning, Castle, & Schrepfer, 2004). Relationship management’s origins can be...
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 226 to get your AM/FN plugged into the new technology, you've missed the boat, that's a big challenge. Today accountability is everything. With the Internet they can tell whether you're listing, how long, who...
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    • Robert J. died when only two days old, before ever coming home from the hospital. Barbara, Will and Claire's baby, died at the age of nine months from whooping cough. Jackson, Bernella and Lehi's haby, died of pneumonia. In 1944 when Lehi was 90...
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    • THE WEB 242 c. Reviews information retrieval sources used and expands to include others as needed Standard Four The information literate student, individually or as a member of a group, uses information effectively to accomplish a specific...
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    • 21 Schools have changed in recent years from a control to a reward culture. The problem with this “reward inflation”, that is, rewards, like thrill rides, fireworks, and special film effects, need to be constantly upgraded to impact....
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    • SILVER SCREEN 26 J.E. Grunig (1993) stated, “Practitioners must be able to demonstrate that their efforts contribute to the goals of these organizations by building long-term behavioral relationships with strategic publics . . . if their work is...
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    • 22 INCLUSION: IN SERVICE TRAINING Understanding of inclusion is necessary for teachers who play such a vital role in the success of students. Ongoing access to professional training that compliments teacher’s knowledge of inclusion and their abilit...
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    • P a g e | 30 is, in fact, a new idea in social theory and law. The researcher can thus identify, where the individual stands nationally or globally, pertaining to his position as relates to his/her rights and obligations. This communication theory...

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