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    • 28 SOUTHERN BRANCH that done in English b, but of a much higher grade The principles of rhetoric are studied thoroly, and applied in numerous short, and frequent long compositions. The more difficult pieces of literature prescribed for entrance...
    • 1909, page 30

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    • 30 SOUTHERN BRANCH English c. The work done in this course is a continuation of that done in English b, but of a much higher grade. The principles of rhetoric are studied thoroly, and applied in numerous short, and frequent long...
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    • Emotions in Conflict 23 (Mayer, Salovey, & Caruso, 2000). This has been viewed as beneficial because studying emotional intelligence captures a range of the abilities that includes perceiving emotion, facilitating thought with emotion,...
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    • 58 Chapter Five Discussion For students who can read, but choose not to, the implications are vast and far reaching. Demonstrating little or no motivation to immerse oneself in books sets the stage for future deficits in exposure to learning...
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    • P a g e | 33 untangle human relationships interpersonally and intrapersonally is indeed a continuous, challenging task (Scott & Marshall, 2009). A second point of SIT is the unreliable and unsteady procedure and ‗emergence‘ of social interactivity....
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    • P a g e | 66 TABLE 1 – HONG KONG VALUES AND BELIEFS FORMS OF COMMUNICATION, e.g., VERBAL & NON-VERBAL Hong Kong‘s values and beliefs based on the Confucius teaching system of behaviors and ethics. It stresses human obligations toward others...
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    • Self-Disclosure and Cohesion in the Classroom 2 Theoretical Perspective Self-Disclosure In order to understand this relationship within the religious classroom, a review of the literature is appropriate. Sidney M. Jourard (1971), one of the pioneer...
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    • Commitment 21 couples in regards to their religious participation and marital commitment. They found that the personal commitment of both husbands and wives are positively related to church attendance. Structural commitment is also significantly...
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    • Commitment 24 young adults view marriage and what they believe makes a person ready to get married. In 1970 the median age at first marriage for females was 20.8 and 23.2 for males. More recently, the age for females has risen to 25.3 and 27.1 for...
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    • Commitment 67 years or when we have three kids and struggling in various ways and I would think to myself, would I want to be with someone else and I would think, if I was with so and so that I was dating before, would I be any happier, and it...
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    • STUDENT NEWSPAPER 23 faculty, and staff. As a paper, the Snowdrift is committed to reporting with accuracy and truth. The Snowdrift Student Handbook defines the roles of each member of the senior staff. It provides a list of responsibilities and...
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    • knowledge in many ways” (p. 2). This opens the door for different, more unique ways of qualitative research reporting. The definition of autoethnography has many similarities to its cousin and competing qualitative method: ethnography. Differentiatin...
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    • Physician & Patient Communication 52 According to Lowney and O’Brien (2011) web-logs came into common use in the 1990’s and fundamentally describes a form of online diary (p. 858). Posts are displayed in reverse chronological order and a person may...
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    • Physician & Patient Communication 83 According to web-log comments, a more proactive approach is needed. Patients need to do their own research and be prepared with specific questions for their doctors, so that they can receive specific answers to...
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    • Girls and Relational Aggression 12 daily school aggression with how much occurred on television and found that kids were exposed to ten times more indirect, relational, and social aggression on television than in school. Girls’ report that the most...
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    • Girls and Relational Aggression 13 significant personal needs and goals like social belonging, positive esteem, and the development of strong friendships. Anxieties, depression, along with poor school performance are all problems connected with...
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    • Testimonial videos 15 approach to interviewing is to lead with simple, closed-ended questions to establish a pattern of answering, and encouraging the interviewee to share. Once that pattern is established, then deeper questions can gradually be...
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    • BMI AND WEIGHT DISCRIMINATION 9 higher anti-fat bias scores, indicating negative feelings towards oneself as a result of their body weight. It is hypothesized that a positive correlation between self-reported BMI and the Fat Phobia Scale-Short...
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    • DAVID’S VS. GOLIATH 29 advertisements or commercials here. We get companies featured editorially. So, how do we do it? Hey, we won’t give away all our secrets. But we start with a roster of media contacts that are unmatched – from magazine editors...
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    • The brain responds like muscles do, growing with use, withering with inactivity. The neurons in the brain connect to one another through “leaves” on treelike branches, and exercise causes those branches to grow and bloom with new buds, thus...

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