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    • 1909, page 38

    • 38 SOUTHERN BRANCH DOMESTIC SCIENCE. KITCHEN. Food. A study of the following topics will be made in the order to best fit into the general program. The process of cooking as applied to meats and vegetables including fruit...
    • 1910, page 45

    • 45 wall-pockets, picture frames, cones, lamp shades, plain and fancy boxes. Two hours per week throughout the ,year. DOMESTIC SCIENCE. KITCHEN. Food. A study of the following topics will be made in the order to best fit into the...
    • Page 242

    • away, people would sometimes send for the prearhcr and ask him for whom the hell tolled, and the preacher would say to them that the bell tolled for everyone. "No man is an i l a n d entire to itself", he said, "every man is a piece of the...
    • Page 31

    • 25 considered more popular modes of receiving printed messages. If educators understand this multimedia culture, and how students in the digital era interpret messages, they can use this knowledge to build on students’ current interests and...
    • Page 40

    • STRAIGHT IS THE GATE 41 acts, events, and styles, which are composed of specific symbols, symbolic form, norms, and their meanings” (Carbaugh, 2007; p 169). Carbaugh’s (2007) five modes of inquiry: theoretical, descriptive, interpretive,...
    • Page 41

    • STRAIGHT IS THE GATE 42 The interpretive mode. After the communication act is observed and recorded, the interpretive mode seeks to find the significance and importance in the act. In the interpretive mode it is important to identify the premises...
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    • THE WEB 209 Graphics and Multimedia 149 Tools Designers use tools to manipulate the objects on the canvas. Common tools include shape drawing tools, paintbrushes, and croppers. Many tools are controlled by panels, which offer the ability to change...
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    • The Human Element 26 force is driving its publics. It is through the study of culture that practitioners can gain a higher level of understanding for their publics. Crisis literature presented the need for better forecasting and understanding, and...
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    • 62 INCLUSION: IN SERVICE TRAINING TEACHING ACCOMODATIONS FOR DIFFERENT DISABILITIES AUTISM Assess preferences Establish a classroom routine Teach communication skills Teach social skills Address challenging behaviors Focus on interests Provide...
    • Page 62

    • Apologia, Antapologia and Political Power 58 Chapter 7: References Abadi, A. (1990). The speech act of apology in political life. Journal of Pragmatics, 14, 467-482. Abelson, R. P. (1959). Modes of resolution of belief dilemmas. Journal of Conflict...
    • Page 118

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    • STUDENT NEWSPAPER 14 2007, p.50). Government, administration, local businesses, and other outside sources should have no influence on the content that is printed in a paper. Journalists must look at their society with the focus on informing the...
    • Page 51

    • STUDENT NEWSPAPER 52 3. Journalism’s essence is a discipline of verification Journalists rely on a professional discipline for verifying information. When the concept of objectivity originally evolved, it did not imply that journalists are free...
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 7 Future research in this area could focus more on the extent of the relationship between the two modes of communication.
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 16 arousing content available” (Pfau & Haigh, 2006, p. 151). Additionally, Trivundza (2008) notes that many authors emphasize that the content of international news can influence the audience’s knowledge, perception and evaluation...
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 41 Relationships between Photographs and Text Although a chi square test was conducted between the photographs and text in each story, a correlation between themes did not necessarily indicate a relationship. Therefore, each of the two...
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 63 Cars and parties, first cigarettes and first dates, school demands and free time- teens encounter both risks large and small every day, and their choices can be puzzling at times. Think of it as an equation, says psychologist...
    • Page 78

    • PHOTOGRAPHY 79 the location (the western half of America); on the other hand, the story also may have not been featured were it not for the people in the stories. The story may not have been as interesting had it only talked about the geographical...
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    • iGRIEVE 16 “sincerity value of speech – looms larger than before” (p. 5). He argued that popular thought of sincerity belonging to the private and being absent from the public sphere is inconsistent with his findings that in the “aftermath...


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