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    • STRAIGHT IS THE GATE 99 the pursuit of happiness. They wished to live their lives without interference or persecution. These goals pushed the people in the community to break down long-standing barriers and allow themselves to become...
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    • RTI IMPLEMENTATION PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 7 child, individual needs are to be targeted. In addition to targeting student needs, we must allow students time to learn according to those needs (Buffum et al., 2012). Many professionals in education...
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    • Testimonial videos 20 (1981) also emphasized the importance of strong arguments, “when the arguments presented in a message are inconclusive, the recipients’ thoughts are guided more by their preexisting attitudes than by the content of the...
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    • U.S. Embassy 55 like to write cables about, and hopefully I’ll have time to form more than just one religious cable (report). Cable topics will include anything that the government should be involved with (in this case, issues with anything having...
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    • Testimonial videos 21 Taking viewer’s feelings and opinions into consideration is also important to user experience. Huang, Chen and Wang (2012) discussed empathy as a main factor in the viewing and sharing of online videos. Information that...
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    • Testimonial videos 23 videos can fulfill multiple roles. They can be interactive, attractive and individualized, and therefore are a great tool for displaying and sharing information online. Testimonials Braverman (2008) discusses the difference...
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    • 51 factors (group size, participation points, content type, and discussion structure) do not affect the participation percentage of the lowest responders (Foster, et al., 2009). Regarding the online Socratic Seminar, the data show that most...
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    • 54 quality of their responses. They noted that the teacher’s participation in the discussion gave credibility and value to their opinions and ideas. This relates to Connolly’s (2002) research that teachers cannot remove themselves entirely from an...
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 5 ABSTRACT It is undeniable to claim that we live in a visual world. The introduction and developments of the digital camera have had a tremendous impact in many facets of society. This study focuses on the impact of visual...
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 12 the website to more appropriately fit this content analysis. The magazines that were analyzed were issues between January 2010 and December 2011. This research hoped to find themes and connections (or lack thereof) between the types...
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    • 9 include items such as country of origin, race, and the nature of their immigration. In fact, differences among Hispanic groups are often greater than differences found between Hispanic and non-Hispanic populations (Espinosa, 1995). Other...
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    • COMMUNICATION THEORIES 14 students, who are accustomed to communicating briefly and spontaneously via instant messenger, e-mail or text message” (p. 33). Based on this information, it is important to understand how to incorporate visual and...
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    • 17 similarly was sentence structure. In the framework of this study, this is not surprising; the hard rules of grammar are the same, regardless of culture or other human factors. AES System Perceptions In a study asking whether MyAccess! users...
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 16 arousing content available” (Pfau & Haigh, 2006, p. 151). Additionally, Trivundza (2008) notes that many authors emphasize that the content of international news can influence the audience’s knowledge, perception and evaluation of...
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    • COMMUNICATION THEORIES 17 A. Use short sentences and paragraphs B. Use design elements like spacing and dividing lines to distinguish the content sections from one another C. Use bold typeface and sub-headers to make certain words stand out D. Use...
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    • COMMUNICATION THEORIES 24 theory. For instance, the “Spiral of Silence” theory can be applied to politics (see “flag” symbol), interpersonal (see “people” symbol), and new media (see “computer” symbol). Below this box, viewers will find an...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 11 also to help secure an orderly and appropriate flow of patients for other medical staff to assist (Hughes, 1989). In many cases, the gatekeeping responsibilities may lead to a certain power-struggle between patients and...
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    • 9 They hate to wait for the group and tend to get bored with the regular curriculum. They resist assignments that do not present opportunities for new learning and dislike drill, practice and routine so much that they will start to do inaccurate...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 16 Chapter 3: Method In a true phenomenological study, participants are viewed as co-researchers based on their level of personal experience and knowledge on the subject at hand (Hays & Singh, 2012). The general research...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 17 interview questions were approved by the participants’ employer prior to the interviews, with the understanding that certain elements of discussion had the potential to be explored further based on responses supplied. The...

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