Mass Communications Research Methods

Such institutions maintain research funds usually for extraordinary research
projects. As a rule, a university provides only seed money for research projects
that are likely to generate more funds or prestige for the university. Requirements
and ...

Mass Communications Research Methods

Author: H.J. Hsia

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1317357175

Page: 642

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Originally published in 1988. Step-by-step, this book leads students from problem identification, through the mazes of surveys, experimentation, historical/qualitative studies, statistical analysis, and computer data processing to the final submission and publication in scientific or popular publications.

Extraordinary Science and Psychiatry

However, it is worth noting that in this chapter I have presented a picture of
research in which distinct research projects need not compete in a zero-sum
game. First, Dupré's promiscuous realism offers a picture of classification where
multiple ...

Extraordinary Science and Psychiatry

Author: Jeffrey Poland

Publisher: MIT Press

ISBN: 0262035480

Page: 344

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Leading scholars offer perspectives from the philosophy of science on the crisis in psychiatric research that exploded after the publication of DSM-5.

Extraordinary Jobs in Health and Science

This is extremely important work, because a virus that cannot be controlled could
be a worldwide threat. You'll find virologists at ... Virologists may virology
laboratory at a hospital, lead research projects, or advance. The average salary
for a ...

Extraordinary Jobs in Health and Science

Author: Alecia T. Devantier

Publisher: Infobase Publishing

ISBN: 1438111754

Page: 177

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If you're interested in exploring career opportunities in health or science, Extraordinary Jobs in Health and Science is the book for you. This in-depth guide introduces you to a number of unique jobs in this important field, from criminologist to virologist and more!

The Creation of the Extraordinary

I would like to thank everyone who made this possible. Above all, I would like to
thank Prof. Dr. David Woisetschläger as my academic teacher, who has always
supported me in my academic development and our research projects. My thanks
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The Creation of the Extraordinary

Author: Hannes Gurzki

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 3658295384

Page: 246

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Luxury is as old as humankind and has sparked multiple debates throughout of history. In today’s consumer society, luxury brands have become aspirational symbols. Yet, to date, a comprehensive overview of the different perspectives that have shaped the discourses about luxury is missing. Hannes Gurzki provides a broad overview of luxury research, highlights and details important perspectives on luxury, and derives practical guidelines for managers based on research. Thereby the author combines insights from different disciplines, such as philosophy, sociology, psychology, anthropology, cultural studies, economics or management, to broaden and deepen our understanding of luxury and its creation principles.

Extraordinary Human Computer Interaction

The system will also include design features highlighted by the IPSNI project . ...
Relevant ideas from this prototype will be transferred to the avionics company ' s
research program which is investigating computer assistance to pilots , and also
 ...

Extraordinary Human Computer Interaction

Author: Alistair Edwards

Publisher: CUP Archive

ISBN: 9780521434133

Page: 383

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Describes the current status of developments in this field

White Papers of Japan

Research at the national universities is carried out by researchers working freely
following their own ideas . These activities are classified under two categories ,
ordinary and extraordinary . Ordinary research projects are conducted using ...

White Papers of Japan

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Abstract of official reports and statistics of the Japanese Government.

Scientific Research In World War II

This paper will take Takeuchi's case as an example of Japanese scientists
involved in wartime research during World War II. His case illustrates how
Nishina's nuclear group adapted for survival to an extraordinary research
environment in ...

Scientific Research In World War II

Author: Ad Maas

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1135784582

Page: 256

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This book seeks to explore how scientists across a number of countries managed to cope with the challenging circumstances created by World War II. No scientist remained unaffected by the outbreak of WWII. As the book shows, there were basically two opposite ways in which the war encroached on the life of a scientific researcher. In some cases, the outbreak of the war led to engagement in research in support of a war-waging country; in the other extreme, it resulted in their marginalisation. The book, starting with the most marginalised scientist and ending with those fully engaged in the war-effort, covers the whole spectrum of enormously varying scientific fates. Distinctive features of the volume include: a focus on the experiences of ‘ordinary’ scientists, rather than on figureheads like Oppenheimer or Otto Hahn contributions from a range of renowned academics including Mark Walker, an authority in the field of science in World War II a detailed study of the Netherlands during the German Occupation This richly illustrated volume will be of major interest to researchers of the history of science, World War II, and Modern History.

Extraordinary Women Grades 5 8

Sally received her Ph.D. in physics at Stanford and entered the astronaut
program in 1978. ... the Peace Corps in West Africa and with the National
Institutes of Health on several research projects aimed at the treatment of
infectious diseases.

Extraordinary Women  Grades 5 8

Author: Robert W. Smith

Publisher: Teacher Created Resources

ISBN: 1420632094

Page: 96

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Making Extraordinary Things Happen in Asia

... model they developed has been the basis of more than five hundred doctoral
dissertations and academic research projects (a summary of these is available at
www.theleadershipchallenge.comlresearch). Among the honors and awards that
 ...

Making Extraordinary Things Happen in Asia

Author: James M. Kouzes

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1118518543

Page: 144

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An in-depth look at how leaders in Asia apply the Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership in their organizations Kouzes and Posner's Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership is the most trusted and proven leadership paradigm in the business world. Making Extraordinary Things Happen in Asia focuses on the unique ways leaders in Asia have applied the Five Practices and documents their success with it. Using actual case studies and first-person experiences, the book examines the Five Practices framework, shows how the behaviors of individual leaders make a difference, and reveals what leadership in Asia looks like on a daily basis. Each of the Five Practices is supported with five or six case studies illustrating what the Practice looks like on a behavioral level. After examining the Five Practices, the book then reveals what actions would-be and current leaders in Asia can do to improve their leadership skills and effectiveness. Customizes the legendary Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership framework specifically for Asian leaders, and a companion to The Leadership Challenge Features real case studies that show the Practices in action on a daily basis From leadership gurus James Kouzes and Barry Posner, together with one of Asia's top leadership experts, Steve DeKrey For leaders and aspiring leaders of Asian organizations and business, Making Extraordinary Things Happen in Asia is an invaluable guide to long-term leadership success.

Information Literacy and Technology Research Projects

It was a time of extraordinary corporate growth and a rapid rise in the ranks of
millionaires . The advent of big business brought immense wealth to a few
people while others were living in deprivation . The growth of industry had
environmental ...

Information Literacy and Technology Research Projects

Author: Norma Heller

Publisher: Libraries Unlimited

ISBN: 9781563087523

Page: 207

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With this versatile title, students are educated, hands-on, about the many roles information technology can play in their quest for knowledge. Brainstorming, strategizing, writing, critiquing, and oral communication skills are strengthened through collaborative problem-solving projects. The research problems presented in each chapter integrate many curriculum areas. Students walk away from each completed task with a greater ability to ask the right questions and locate the best, most accurate, and timely answers.

School Library Journal

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Paying for Graduate School Without Going Broke 2005 Edition

WITHOUT GOING BROKE Research Grants The following list consists of awards
that are between $ 1,000 and $ 10,000 . ... but the purpose for writing a grant
proposal is to pay for extraordinary research expenses such as professional
travel , equipment , supplies , databases , etc. ... of Petroleum Geologists ( AAPG
) Grants - in - Aid Program issues awards of up to $ 2,000 for graduate research
projects ...

Paying for Graduate School Without Going Broke  2005 Edition

Author: Peter Diffley

Publisher: The Princeton Review

ISBN: 9780375764226

Page: 197

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Offers strategies for controlling the high costs of graduate school, discussing financial aid packages, applying for aid, educational loans, increasing eligibility, tax regulations, and additional sources of revenue and funding.

Customer Care Excellence

Importantly, customer research results need to be communicated to employees
so that improvements can be made. One research study showed ... The objective
of the initiative is to help and encourage Rover dealers to provide extraordinary
customer satisfaction. The customer care research project began with research
which was conducted among customers of Rover Cars. This indicated poor
service ...

Customer Care Excellence

Author: Sarah Cook

Publisher: Kogan Page Publishers

ISBN: 9780749437923

Page: 248

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Today's consumers are sophisticated, well informed and have high expectations of the services they want to receive. They want greater choice, speed of service and convenience, and will not be 'sold to' or manipulated. Companies that do not face up to these changes will lose market share.

Extraordinary Anthropology

JOHANNES FABIAN Anthropological field research is a means toward an end:
ethnographic knowledge. ... by incipient de-colonization abroad and social
upheavals at home forced us to rethink the premises of our projects and to say
what had ...

Extraordinary Anthropology

Author: Jean-Guy Goulet

Publisher: U of Nebraska Press

ISBN: 9780803206984

Page: 456

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What happens when anthropologists lose themselves during fieldwork while attempting to understand divergent cultures? When they stray from rigorous agendas and are forced to confront radically unexpected or unexplained experiences? In Extraordinary Anthropology leading ethnographers from across the globe discuss the importance of the deeply personal and emotionally volatile ?ecstatic? side of fieldwork. ø Anthropologists who have worked in communities in Central America, North America, Australia, Africa, and Asia share their intimate experiences of tranformations in the field through details of significant dreams, haunting visions, and their own conflicting emotional tensions. Their experiences demonstrate the necessary fluidity of research agendas, the value of going beyond an accepted (and safe) cultural and academic vantage point, and the inevitability of wrestling with tension and unhappiness when faced with irreconcilable cultural and psychological dichotomies. The contributors explore ways in which conventional research methods can be adapted to creatively engage the intellectual, ethical, and practical dimensions of these dislocations and capitalize on them. Unsettling and revealing, Extraordinary Anthropology will spark debate and reflection among anthropologists for years to come.

People Get Ready

It's a place where vital, new, and timely research issues get put on the table, and
where We've been privileged to work ... to acknowledge the extraordinary support
of the Improvisation, Community, and Social Practice (ICASP) research project, ...

People Get Ready

Author: Ajay Heble

Publisher: Duke University Press

ISBN: 082235425X

Page: 312

View: 979

Jazz musicians, scholars, and journalists emphasize how the political consciousness that infused jazz in the 1960s and 1970s has continued to animate the avant-garde, Free Jazz, fusion, and other forms of this lively, always-evolving music.

The Fierce Urgency of Now

Our work with ICASP has become more than just a research project: it is in so
many ways an exemplary instance of ... Our heartfelt thanks go out to Rachel
Shoup, our amazing research assistant, for all her extraordinary work in helping
us with ...

The Fierce Urgency of Now

Author: Daniel Fischlin

Publisher: Duke University Press

ISBN: 0822378353

Page: 328

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The Fierce Urgency of Now links musical improvisation to struggles for social change, focusing on the connections between the improvisation associated with jazz and the dynamics of human rights struggles and discourses. The authors acknowledge that at first glance improvisation and rights seem to belong to incommensurable areas of human endeavor. Improvisation connotes practices that are spontaneous, personal, local, immediate, expressive, ephemeral, and even accidental, while rights refer to formal standards of acceptable human conduct, rules that are permanent, impersonal, universal, abstract, and inflexible. Yet the authors not only suggest that improvisation and rights can be connected; they insist that they must be connected. Improvisation is the creation and development of new, unexpected, and productive cocreative relations among people. It cultivates the capacity to discern elements of possibility, potential, hope, and promise where none are readily apparent. Improvisers work with the tools they have in the arenas that are open to them. Proceeding without a written score or script, they collaborate to envision and enact something new, to enrich their experience in the world by acting on it and changing it. By analyzing the dynamics of particular artistic improvisations, mostly by contemporary American jazz musicians, the authors reveal improvisation as a viable and urgently needed model for social change. In the process, they rethink politics, music, and the connections between them.

Transportation Research Record

Although local jurisdictions expect to fund up to 90 percent of the cost of the
extraordinary projects with mitigation fees ... benefit district and new state grant
program as a means of broadening the funding base for the extraordinary
projects .

Transportation Research Record

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Surgical Research

As a general rule, they have an extraordinary capacity for hard work and tend to
be problem-focused and solution-oriented. ... Not only would such a volume be a
place for young investigators to start when initiating their research projects, but it
 ...

Surgical Research

Author: Wiley W. Souba

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 9780080542140

Page: 1460

View: 147

With the recent changes in the health care industry, surgeons face increasing pressure to devote their time to their clinical activities, thus limiting their research efforts. It is essential that young and creative individuals are encouraged to perform research and are given incentives to participate in research under the mentorship of more experienced research investigators. Surgical Research is the first book to include all the information necessary for the surgical scientist to perform a research experiment. The editors have assembled outstanding, expert investigators in multiple surgical fields and asked them to describe how they achieve their research accomplishments. In Surgical Research, these experts in the field have outlined everything involved in preparing and conducting a research project. Some of the topics covered in the book include how to state a research question, how to review the available information, how to write research protocol, how to obtain grant money for the experiment, how to analyze the data, and how to present the findings. Also discussed are the ethics of animal and human experimentation along with the history and philosophy of surgical research. To continue to advance technologies and surgical methods, research must continually be performed. Potentially great discoveries are being missed because would-be researchers do not know where to start or how to conduct research, and therefore do not even try. This book provides prospective researchers with all the basic steps needed to perform a research experiment in the surgical field. No student, resident, or fellow should start a research project without this book and no senior surgical scientist should be without it occupying a prominent position in the library. Key Features * The first complete compendium detailing the process and procedures to perform surgical research * Provides details on and compares various methodologies * A "must have" resource for the surgical resident, fellow, or scientist * Includes a listing of resources and web sites to help the researcher even further