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    • Bishop, and visited the surroundiig communities fiequently. On Saturday 14, 1867, he traveled to Harmony and spoke at a meeting there. A Cedar City choir went with him and sang several songs on the program. The Harmony Ward prepared refreshrnents...
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    • No pirates no princesses 30 Chapter 3: Method In order to understand the struggles parents, and specifically, mothers have, and the strategies mothers use, raising children and communicating values and responsibilities to their children, a...
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    • KUDZU Leadership 56 morale. The leader of each unit is the driving force behind what creates an environment where employees thrive or wither. Herzberg’s Work When I started the master’s program, I was preparing to write a paper about the morale...
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    • 29 Hektner, J.M. (1995). When moving up implies moving out: Rural adolescent conflict in the transition to adulthood. Journal of Research in Rural Education, 11(1), 3-14. Horn, L.J. & Chen, X. (1998). Toward Resiliency: At-Risk Students Who Make It...
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    • 15 students that had previously given up to learn what was necessary to graduate and move on with their lives. The teachers were a key factor to allowing the curriculum to work for the student and discover alternatives for making learning work. One...
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    • Spanish language; Language experience approach in education; Writing
    • 84 Prchal, T. (2007). Reimagining the Melting Pot and the Golden Door: National Identity in Gilded Age and Progressive Era Literature. Melus, 32(1), 29-51. Pyon, H. (2009). Review of English education policy for language minority students in...
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    • Social media--Photographs; Race relations
    • PICTURING IDENTITY 37 identity and allowing the audience to decide which photo the media may use if the sender were “gunned down” by police. Black youths wanted to represent more than one aspect of their life, and fight stereotyping with positive...

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