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    • PERCEIVED OUTCOMES OF TLIM PROGRAM 89 Figure 27. Principal (n = 1) and mean teacher (n = 2) responses compared by question. The principal’s scores, when analyzed by category, indicated that he viewed the weakest relationship to be between TLIM...
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    • Onboarding – NEW HIRE UNCERTAINTY REDUCTION 13 *The information is proprietary SkyWest Airlines material and cannot be included as part of this document. Using flexible communication technologies and innovative engagement tools that transcend time...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 95 Clearly, receptionist feelings towards doctors determine a significant fluctuation in the work medical receptionists perform. Thematic material regarding doctors as individuals, interpersonal and professional connections...
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    • 7 into the American education system. School gardens had the greatest success when there was government support. School gardens were consistently viewed as a beneficial teaching tool. Historical barriers to school gardens have continued to create...
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    • Employee Giving 32 this particular year at Southern Utah University our spring employee campaign capitalized on the momentum of a successful inauguration of our new president, a much anticipated Founders Day celebration and a legislative session...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 97 are upset with situation or circumstance. Rarely, however, did receptionists in this study believe that angry or upset patients are deliberately upset with the receptionist herself. Further explanation of receptionists...
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    • PERCEIVED OUTCOMES OF TLIM PROGRAM 94 social competence and TLIM program, and even less strongly hold a positive view of TLIM program itself. The adults, when taken as a whole, perceived the converse: They viewed the weakest relationship as between...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 100 these questions? You should know.” But then you have to realize that, okay, they’re just patients. They’ve never done it before, so they don’t know. Your perspective once you work in a medical office changes 100%. You’re a...
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    • MUTED MOTHERHOOD 18 p. 222-223). Presumably some of this trial and error could have been avoided if women had been credited to have accurate knowledge about a situation they had actually experienced. Instead, society has defaulted to trust the...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 104 healthcare: benefits for receptionists, benefits for patients, and benefits for doctors. The benefits discussed hereafter are broad reaching and general, however it does give universal appeal to the course of study that...
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    • EDUCATION REFORM IN AMERICA 28 Although the requirements vary slightly from state to state, currently the general requirements in America for becoming a primary or secondary education teacher are as follows: earn a bachelor’s degree (4 years) and...
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    • MUTED MOTHERHOOD 22 all men are alike. Muted group researchers have taken this criticism seriously, and as a result forthcoming research has been focusing not on the division between men and women, but instead on existing division among women. As...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 107 emotional and complicated. Receptionists play a role in healthcare. Thus, if patients want a better grasp on understanding healthcare, they would benefit from understanding receptionists. Granted, few patients will ever...
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    • EDUCATION REFORM IN AMERICA 29 cater to the needs of their individual pupils. School administrators are in charge of measuring performance (Sahlberg & Hargreaves, 2011). This is all possible because teachers are viewed as experts that can be left...
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    • 19 school and using a well developed classroom management plan will help teachers to avoid liability issues. Teachers should be advised to develop a classroom management plan with consequences that can be administered exclusively inside the...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 109 Chapter 6: Conclusion The research done herein regarding medical receptionists’ self-reported viewpoints of the medical field has been a very introductory study. This research begins to give insight as to how receptionists...
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    • MUTED MOTHERHOOD 26 disabled, the elderly, ethnic minorities, non-Christians, and the lesbian/gay/bisexual/transgender community. Chopra (2001) has focused on establishing nurturing fathers as a muted group. In a sense, the conversation of women as...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 111 Most receptionists recognized that system changes had changed all viewpoints of the work they did: patients, doctors, and receptionists alike. For example, Rachel reported, “it’s kind of like nerve racking because it takes...
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    • 12 for nor be able to produce (Bolan & Williams, 2008). Movies can showcase a destination‘s natural scenery, historical background, and culture. Austria is not exempt from this phenomenon. Since the release of The Sound of Music in 1965, many...

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