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    • - Oct. 1 , 1942.. . T h e fuel situation in Cedar City was discussed because of a shortage of miners and t r u c k e r s ( d u e to t h e w a r ) . The mines, adjacent to Cedar City, were threatening to close. Dec. 3, 1942.. . T h e new alley just...
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    • -Table service, no buffet -Heritage Center -Incorporate locally-grown/made items (cheese, jelly, animals) -Price & quality driven -Break out portions – can bid on desserts or appetizers only -Looking to put together volunteer base to help...
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    • 10 CHAPTER 2: MATERIALS & METHODS DNA Extraction and Regions Sampled Ancient maize specimens were previously collected from the Corngrowers Site and identified based on their depth of occurrence from the trench surface. These specimens were ground...
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    • 109 Gardner, H. (1991). The Unschooled mind. New York, NY: BasicBooks. Gardner, H. (1993). Multiple intelligences the theory in practice. New York, NY: BasicBooks. Honigsfeld, A., & Dunn R. (2009, May/June). Learning-Style responsive approaches...
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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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    • 115 Analysis of Data Findings. A total of 1,185 participants took the survey. After eliminating all potential respondents who completed less than 85% of the survey and those that didn‘t meet the residency and age restrictions, 973 of the received...
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    • 116 ----------------------- Insert Table 2 Here ----------------------- The descriptive analysis for Section B: Travel Motives is shown in Table 3. The most important travel motives rated by respondents were to: (1) experience a new culture, (2)...
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    • 117 activities with most participation (96.9%), followed closely by leisure activities such as walks, skiing, beach-lounging, etc. (91.7%) and visits to museums (91.4%). Also, many respondents participate in festivals or similar events with music...
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    • 118 Tables 7 and 8 represent the frequency and descriptive analyses, respectively, for Section F: Information Sources. Table 7 indicates whether or not the respondents had heard about Austria from the given source while Table 8 shows whether or not...
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    • 119 variable. The data were evaluated for assumptions of SEM: normality, linearity, multicollinearity and singularity, and adequacy of covariances. ----------------------- Insert Table 9 Here ----------------------- Results derived within larger...
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    • 12 Chapter 1 The Internet and the Web Referring to Figure 1.5, If only the red pixels are illuminated, the screen will show red in that area, the same is true for the blue and green. If no pix-els are illuminated, the color is black and if all are...
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    • 120 evidenced in Table 10. EQS also provided information on multivariate normality. Histograms were not normally distributed for the variables. The normalized estimate of 41.35 indicated that the variables were not normally distributed. A scaling...
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    • 121 Preliminary SEM Data Analysis The Confirmatory Factor Analysis (CFA) model specified one second-order factor: information sources (IS), as well as four first-order factors: destination image (DI); socio-cultural preferences (SCP); travel...
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    • 122 critical value of 0.7 suggested by Nunnally and Bernstein (1978; 1994). All other constructs exceeded the critical value. Measurement theory suggested that the relationships among items were logically connected to the relationships of items to...
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    • 123 ----------------------- Insert Table 12 Here ----------------------- SEM Data Analysis Structural equation modeling (SEM) was used to examine the hypothesized relationships among the constructs in the study. The hypothesized models were...
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    • 124 modification process. Examination of skewness and kurtosis (univariate and multivariate) indicated that maximum likelihood estimation was appropriate for this study. The correlations among the indicators of nine constructs were all...
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    • 125 ----------------------- Insert Table 13 Here ----------------------- Structural Model Results To examine the goodness-of-fit of the hypothesized model, the measurement model was re-specified by imposing the structure of each model (see Figure...
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    • 126 model in the appendix assured that the model fit the data well: no evidence of improper solutions was found, all measurement parameters were statistically significant, the confirmatory factor loadings were of relatively large size, and the...
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    • 127 The analysis results did not support the proposed effect of information sources on destination image (hypothesis 2) and the proposed effect of information sources on visiting intention (hypothesis 3). Although the results of these two...
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    • 13 C3.5a Explain why matter is not conserved in nuclear reactions (Michigan Department of Education, 2006, p. 15-16). This one standard illustrates how detailed and in depth Michigan's standards are, and it is a drastic contrast to Montana's...

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