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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 18 Historically, a main reason for radio's popularity was its presentation of music to the masses from a live, local and relevant point of view. DJs would bring to light the brand new song from a popular...
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    • 23 Student Centered Putting this information into a course outline was a challenge, with the biggest challenge making standards that are more focused on students than they are on the content. In the past, information was the focus; what was best...
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    • ~ Three Years at High School HOW the time flies! And yet as we look back upon those three years of happy school life, filled to the brim with so many pleasant experiences, and see the work we have accomplished, the many dear friends we have made,...
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    • Employee Giving 14 an organizational value of employee giving (Dainton & Zelley, 2005). The end result would then be a basic organizational assumption that employees at SUU donate financially to the University (Schockley-Zalabak, 2006). I also...
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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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    • 56 students looked forward to coming to and feel physically better about themselves. The result of this study was the significant amount participants increased from pre and post-assessment scores and more importantly the way self-esteem and...
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    • 26 Turning Point is a therapeutic treatment facility that has a contract with Iron County School District (ICSD). The district is required to provide teachers and supplies for the purpose of instructing an average of 25 students per school year....
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 23 Stations removed music content and added streaming talk and sports because of its cost effective nature (Geiger, n.d.). Radio's economics is based on the amount of listeners a station has. To improve its...
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    • 58 students needed to get them back on track. The instructor found that it was not that students did not want to work, but both were struggling on the routine of the workout itself. If the pair was still struggling and did not want to be separated...
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    • (squats/kettlebell swings) and the plyometric exercise (countermovement squat jumps). Subjects were allowed to miss no more than two nonconsecutive training days. Missing two consecutive training sessions or more than two nonconsecutive training...
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 25 programming has changed to meet the needs and demands of the listening public, and has likewise changed to meet the needs to increase profits by reducing programming expenditures. The radio industry has...
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    • TIMELINE PROJECT 10 UGT and the Modern Web A study looking at Twitter (Johnson & Yang, 2009) posits that social media allows users opportunities to fulfill motivations and gratifications never before possible. This new potential has seen Uses and...
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 27 For radio to succeed it must look to, and invest in, the future of being a multi-platform media. This does not mean making an app for the iPhone and talking about it on the radio. It means following...
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    • 29 For any of the above that have been past off in examination, the following may be taken : Chemistry for a four hours subject, Domestic Science 1 or Manual Training for a two hour subject, appropriate for a substitute. Second...
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    • canyon, as he did not consider the Old Fort site safe from floods, as Coal Creek was subject to very high n water i times of flood. Since Hemy's first wife, Ellen, was not able to have children, it was sii years after Henry was manied before his...
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    • fat. They were real wild-the wildest kind. That's why the revolutionists had never been able to find them. 1 reported back to the mess sergeant and, the next day 1took a little bunch of soldiers on horses with me. 1 placed the soldiers in the...
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    • Employee Giving 22 “Employee giving is essential to the success of our comprehensive campaign. We gain important leverage in securing gifts if we can demonstrate to donors that SUU‟s own employees are doing what they can financially to advance the...
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    • 81 Appendix H The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Center for Marketing Research 2011-2012 study of social media use among four year accredited undergraduate schools from all across the country. Varsity Outreach. (2011). Facebook and...
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    • MUTED MOTHERHOOD 3 discussing the supposedly dismal and oppressive situation of being a stay-at-home mother without actually letting a stay-at-home mother enter the discussion. Through the years, the trend Friedan sparked has continued, and the...
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    • TIMELINE PROJECT 13 examine the likely shortcomings found in the use of social media. This paper will focus specifically on the limitations encountered in social media for a user engaged in the self-presentation of their...

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