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    • to make a drain ditch for the increasing water as the snow melted. Father was a skillful work'er and, by the time the crowd was ready to return home, the road was in good shape with a rock filled drain and the mud almost dry. Father saw an urgent...
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    • MUTED MOTHERHOOD 4 women at the top means the ruling class is overwhelmingly male. If the rulers are male, they will make mistakes that benefit males. Picture an all-male Supreme Court. We may well go back there. What will that mean for the women...
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    • Smokescreens, Lies and Deceptions: The Media and the Vietnam War. 26 selection of opinions that were chosen and the way they were presented. Antiwar opinions predominate and the statements about the war are presented as if they are generalizable....
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    • across the continent by solitas. horsernen carrying fifteen pounds of letters. The charge to send this mail was $5 per one-half ounce. Stations were located about twenty-four miles apart. As his day's nde, each nder was requued to span three...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 101 complete self-image has potential to crumble from the outside in as they come to understand the truth. Ergo, how receptionists believe patients feel fits into some degree of either being right or being wrong, but the full...
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    • LIFE ON THE LINE 14 insider as ‘culture’” (p. 128). More broadly, in studying organizational culture, an interpretive approach is called for. An interpretive approach allows researchers to view truth as subjective and to stress the participation of...
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    • MUTED MOTHERHOOD 29 opposing life structures and one group becomes dominant, the understanding of the dominant group will be both partial and potentially harmful to the other who is not being heard. The partial, and potentially harmful, knowledge...
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    • MUTED MOTHERHOOD 30 considered in discussions about women and motherhood even though they are not dominant, and even though they will not be considered as absolute truth. This rejection of truth, however, brings to light an important question: is...
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    • Amani Hamdan (2012) used autoethnography to explore the ways in which Arab Muslim women have been portrayed in Western society such as the media, popular culture, and academic writing (p. 586). Instead of using autoethnography to give additional atte...
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    • MUTED MOTHERHOOD 32 impossibility of bridging the gaps between experts and the public and between segments of the public; and with the necessity to learn what was supposed to be of the essence of persons—rationality—so that one class of citizens...
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    • MUTED MOTHERHOOD 33 With narratives thus being concluded as an appropriate way to collect standpoints, one could still question the legitimacy of using blogs to collect narratives. As blogs are a relatively new medium for data collection, some may...
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    • P a g e | 11 justice through truth and reconciliation. Thus, Ubuntu is the positive form of what happened during the negative apartheid era that stood for all that was oppressive and demoralizing in South Africa. Therefore, in a small way, the...
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    • P a g e | 13 Hendriks does not stop at this point but delves into the roots of the problem. He explains "Where have all the fish gone?" (Swanson, 2009.) The fishing village developed around the harbor because of its fishing potential, allowing the...
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    • STUDENT NEWSPAPER 13 information. This is unlike web services that are produced on a large scale and then fail. “Web services can launch quickly, grow fast, and become robust overnight. They also can become irrelevant and disappear even faster;...
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    • From Campus to Courtroom Indian-made articles (which later became very valuable), and visited with any Indians who would talk to us. We had a great time. The roads were hazardous, hence vely few travelers, but we were undaunted. As we left Window...
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    • place, during which time 1 have never felt to tum back or regret the step 1 have taken. Since this Church was organizer;, relentless persecution has followed the Saints. The present 'Cullom's Biii' brings a passage of scripture forcibly to my mind...
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    • P a g e | 22 we are to be perpetually solemn. We must play. But our merriment must be of that kind (and it is, in fact, the merriest kind) which exists between people who have, from the outset, taken each other seriously — no flippancy, no...
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    • W|io's that making all that noise? l£':| a bunch of A. C. boys, Like the rattle of the battle, They're waking up the town At the school they always work, And you'll find they never shirk, Always in it, every minute, They make the old place...

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