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    • The Human Element 33 community’s assets, and strengthen current and future community based projects, activities, and proposals,” (Kretzmann & McKnight, 2005, p. 1). This document provides various worksheets for analyzing the communication...
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    • 18 programs need to be very high quality and aligned with high-quality kindergarten programs (Mead, 2008). Another factor that has been identified as important to pre-kindergarten programs is the teacher belief system (Lar-Cinisomo, Fuligni,...
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    • iGRIEVE 13 family, love and God. Contemporary eulogies place an “emphasis on the survivors ongoing responsibility to the community or their faith rather than on how the deceased should be emulated” (Kent, 2007, p. 9). Nevertheless, with these...
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    • Physician & Patient Communication 43 Some of the particulars found in the Lowney and O’Brien (2011) case contain a few of the themes this thesis has discovered. In the Lowney and O’Brien (2011) case, a 30-year-old retail manager was admitted...
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    • 11 class discussion, they still preferred a lecture format. These researchers suggest that students still believe more knowledge will be gained by the “sage” presenting information than through other, peer-collaborative, activities. If teachers...
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    • 19 went to pre-kindergarten programs. In recent years, some politicians held the belief that pre-kindergarten programs would eventually impact scores recorded for the No Child Left Behind Act. This notion brought forth even more funding for...
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    • The Human Element 35 practitioner, on paper, what a community’s list of favorite values are, but by observing the people interacting with one another and the organization itself will reveal how they act out and act upon those values. It will...
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    • Physician & Patient Communication 45 Chapter 3: Method This chapter begins with an explanation of grounded theory, with a description of open, axial and selective coding. Then, a more detailed and historical use of grounded theory will be included...
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    • 36 sites? Here again, important factors for practical use is evident ranging from potential for impact, the type of project suited to the audience and match of skill with the project. The male participants tended to chose sites where they felt that...
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    • The Human Element 36 2005, p. 11). So, in conducting this type of study, one of the first things that researchers need to understand is that, “ethnography is not one research approach, but is a qualitative research paradigm that encompasses a...
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    • EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION 8 communication (CMC) to see which elicits more customer satisfaction, creates fewer instances of miscommunication and better creates a positive perception of Tobler & Associates. The Hyperpersonal model states that...
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    • 21 counterparts (NAEP, 2011). RTI gives educators the flexibility to meet the needs of diverse learners to help all students find success in learning to read. Another group of students who would benefit from the focused and individualized nature of...
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    • The Human Element 37 accurate characterization of behavior than what the respondent likely would have reported. Ethnographic research then begins at a holistic level where information is recorded on the environmental context of the situation as...
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    • EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION 9 communication. At the time, they found CMC to be a more depersonalized form of communication (Garton & Wellman, 1993). Thus, in certain circumstances where less social information is required, and task-orientation is...
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    • 16 discussions,” para. 2). In addition to student satisfaction, instructors noted the pleasure of hearing the ideas—many of which are “surprisingly compelling”—of the more introverted class members (2003). This format can also decrease...
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    • 39 The researcher also suggests that service should be central to the university mission. The line between academic and student affairs should be very blurry with regard to service. The rank and tenure process should reward faculty who choose to...
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    • Physician & Patient Communication 49 the theme of “social loss” emerged, the researchers looked for the social loss theme with other nurses. And when the theme of “social loss” was common with several nurses, they compared the different...
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    • The Human Element 40 Chapter 4 Method In an attempt to isolate and reveal variance among separate cultures, researchers have identified numerous dimensions of cultures. Hall (1976) introduced the continuum structure for understanding dimensions,...
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    • 56 Strongly disagree Neither Strongly agree March May 2. I do not enjoy math Males Females Both Figure 4.11 Comparison between March and May, “I do not enjoy math”, Males, Females, Both. Males disagreed with the statement, “I do not enjoy...
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    • Physician & Patient Communication 50  Maintain an attitude of skepticism: Babbie (2010) suggests that as a researcher begins to interpret data, the researcher should regard all interpretations as provisional, using new observations to test those...

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