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    • TIMELINE PROJECT 12 presentation. Some have went as far as to call it the 'ideal environment' for self-presentation (Donath and Boyd, 2004). Bullingham and Vasconcelos (2013) did a study examining social media participants, and found their...
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 112 use it. It exposes people's natural tendencies. It's not the technology's fault. So is it technology driving the gap? I don't know. The availability of technology exposes people's natural tendencies. 37....
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    • 120 evidenced in Table 10. EQS also provided information on multivariate normality. Histograms were not normally distributed for the variables. The normalized estimate of 41.35 indicated that the variables were not normally distributed. A scaling...
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    • No pirates no princesses 126 E: Sometimes I want to go back in that respect. Well it‘s kind of you know, a coward‘s way out to not have that option. Not that our lives are complicated, but my response to things was just so much simpler. It just...
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    • Commitment 9 our relationships by reconciling our differences. That’s how we become more loving people and truly experience the fruits of marriage. (p. 28) Gottman and Gottman (2006) said that a stable marriage require at least five times as...
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    • The Internship There is a moment in every young academic's life when he or she transitions from “student” to “professional”. When I began my internship at Dixie State University I thought I had crossed that very threshold. I thought I would f...
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 136 Brian Shea November 5, 2013 Sales Manager Grenax Broadcasting Flagstaff, AZ 1. What is radio's future? Bright, excessively bright over the top bright. 91% of people listen to radio every week, from RAB....
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    • !19 considered. These research studies were quantitative in nature and looked for specific criteria to code. Additionally, the basic outline of each student’s interaction was already scripted, which means the conversations were not entirely...
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    • TIMELINE PROJECT 23 overly complex or unreadable code. It assigns a numeric grade based on GPA's; 4.0 is the best possible score for code to achieve. Table 2 shows the scores for each of the projects in this work. Table 2: Code Climate GPA Project...
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    • stretch, it was the first time my supervisor had complimented me and that really meant a lot. But honestly, it was about time I got a little recognition for even being in the room. He always told me I dressed like I was going to a Relief Society func...
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    • iGRIEVE ii Acknowledgments This thesis is only made possible by the support, patience and guidance of many people. A special thanks goes to Dr. Kevin Stein, who kept me on course in my moments of confusion and delirium. To Dr. Matthew Barton, who...
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    • loved so well. They are kind old people and do al1 in their power to make us comfortable. Soon afier our arrival here, we were informed of the death of a favorite uncle of Aunt Ellen's near Liverpool. On learning of our arrival ffom America, we...


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