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    • The Human Element 64 Chapter 6 Discussion: Post-Katrina Review After executing the necessary steps of the model, the cultural analysis revealed that the New Orleans Ninth Ward community was indeed culturally unique, and therefore required a unique...
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    • Testimonial videos 19 Elaboration Likelihood Model. Even if a testimonial video is considered credible it is worthless, from an advertising perspective, unless it causes a reaction in the viewer. One desired reaction would be an attitude change....
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    • RESISTANCE TRAINING AND ANKLE PROPRIOCEPTION 55 Mueller, M. J., & Maluf, K. S. (2002). Tissue adaptation to physical stress: a proposed “physical stress theory” to guide physical therapist practice, education, and research. Journal of the American...
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    • 11 Table 1: Sample Identification. Surface trench depth and dry weight of samples before extraction. Sample Dry Weight (g) Depth (cm) Sample Dry Weight (g) Depth...
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    • 12 and reverse primer, 1X (5 μl) SYBR Green master mix and sterile distilled water to a final volume of 10μl (Roche, 2009). qPCR cycling conditions were 5 minutes at 95ºC followed by 45 cycles of 10 seconds at 95ºC, 10 seconds at 50ºC, and12...
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    • The Human Element 70 Mississippi Gulf Coast Reaction The reaction of the people along the Mississippi Gulf Coast to hurricane Katrina has been drastically different than what initially came out of the Ninth Ward. Government response was equally...
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    • The Human Element 71 to the changing situation as they took the time necessary to recognize their constituents’ needs to rebuild their own economy, their way. “We were literally fending for ourselves,” said Brent Warr, Gulfport’s mayor. “Sitting in...
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    • The Human Element 73 each public and determine how strong each expectation is, and predict the resulting reaction of the community should any of the expectations fail to be met. From here the practitioner can plan out a more effective and...
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    • No pirates no princesses 95 M: Yeah. She wanted the brick baby. She said ‗I want that.‘ And I said ‗are you looking at that?‘ Kinda funny, isn‘t it? I: Very funny. So how is, what is the way you raise your children. How would you describe the way...
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    • The Human Element 75 step in and assume that position. This was the case during the Trolley Square shooting. Certain individuals stepped in without any prompting at all and started taking control of the situation and organizing the chaos by...
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    • The Human Element 76 Another case in which the LDS culture manifested itself through its community members was during a natural disaster. The culture has taught them to always be prepared and to keep food storage that they could rely on, decreasing...
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    • The Human Element 77 highly predictable based on cultural factors. In other words, evidence has been presented supporting the hypothesis that scrutinizing the community culture does reveal predisposed attitudes that can foreshadow likely...
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    • 2 behind academically they lose a certain amount of self-confidence. This is especially crucial when dealing with math. The time restraints in a regular education classroom make it difficult for a teacher to address the varying problems of each...
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 14 communicating the same story. This results in a story that can be experienced through the text or absent of text and through the photos themselves (Mendelson & Darling-Wolf, 2009). Perhaps National Geographic is more aware of the...
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 202 32. Are you using Internet technology to reach more listeners, and if so how? Results? Yes we are. Twitter and Facebook. An example of Facebook we had a girl that needed a heart transplant, and it was her...
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 29 successfully integrating a “life in time” (p.117) will create a coherent and understandable narrative for the audience (McAdams, 2006). Persuasive/Applied Narratives Green and Brock (2000) assert that, “the power of narratives to...
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    • Emotional Manipulation and Psychopathy 6 Lukas, Qunaibi, Schuerkens, Kunert, Freese, Flesch, Mueller-Isberner, Osterheider & Sass, 2001). Electrodermal responses are believed to be a marker for fear. They found that, in contrast to non-psychopaths,...
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    • 4.2 Amplification/STR Analysis ........................................................................ Pages 28-29 Chapter 5 :...
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    • Chelex extraction methods are simpler and much faster than organic extraction. Chelex is an ion-exchange resin which means that it is made up of ions that act as chelating groups and bind to metal ions like magnesium. This removes magnesium from...
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    • DNA are recovered, but it is degraded, it could be impossible to identify someone. This is why DNA quality is more important than DNA quantity in this project. DNA quality will be measured by counting the number oflod that are amplified, with...

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