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    • Music at the B. A. C. \ the close of last year it seemed ^that the Music department at the College had taken quite a slump. Four years ago four strong teachers headed the band, strings, piano, and vocal departments. Great things were done, good...
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    • 32 area. The identities of all participants have been kept confidential and findings will be reported in this study without revealing their personal information. A Brief Explanation of the Studied School’s Framework The following is the...
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    • U.S. Embassy 72 􀂾􋹓 Social Forces: The reporting officer must learn the composition, social, and family origins of important players in host government agencies and bureaucracies; and the role and influence of such groups as the military,...
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    • 103 Exploratory research was conducted to identify and measure the relationships between information sources, socio-cultural preferences, and travel motives on destination image and visiting intentions. An adaptation of the study conducted...
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    • 80 Chapter 5 Backgrounds, Textures & Buttons and Devices. Click on one of the Optimized views and change the image type to GIF (Figure 5.15). Experiment with the Lossy and Color settings to reduce the image size as much as possible without...
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    • The Human Element 14 Anticipated Results It is anticipated that following an analysis of the cultures the information discovered will demonstrate a strong correlation between preexisting cultural values and certain reactions, revealing that the...
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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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    • 45 Teacher 3 went a different way. He only did 1 essay, and tried to push his students to exactness. As shown in figure 4.3, teacher 3 had a high level of revision but didn’t require as many writing prompts, Figure 4.3 Teacher 3 Submissions In...
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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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    • Apologia, Antapologia and Political Power 44 repeatedly during the early stages of the scandal: “If I were giving a speech to 45,000 people and someone in the back threw a pie or yelled out an insult I would not spend the next two hours of my...
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    • iGRIEVE 42 Affirmation of vivid past relationships: Notation of flaws. By recognizing the human characteristics and flaws, there is a realistic remembrance of the deceased. Bringing back these different memories and insights can lead to a little...
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    • Smokescreens, Lies and Deceptions: The Media and the Vietnam War. 49 00:02:57 00:03:00 2/ 00:03:31 anchor men say it was a surprise attack … but it wasn’t … we knew about it … we just couldn’tix … Johnny seems to fade out. He stares...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 18 Participants The study utilized 25 interview subjects. The most important element of sample size for a grounded theory approach is ensuring that saturation of themes is reached (Hays & Singh, 2012). As interviews progressed,...
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    • !18 conditions: Canadian: Canadian, Chinese: Chinese, and Canadian: Chinese, to evaluate how the interactions differed between cultures (Li,2006). One particularly revealing finding was that the Canadians’ increase in backchannel responses did...


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