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A Hermeneutic Phenomenological Study of School Administrators’ Participation in Personal Learning Networks and Privacy Issues
The purpose of this hermeneutic phenomenological study was to understand how school administrators made sense of their experience utilizing social networking tools to participate in personal learning networks (PLN) while ...
The spirit of home in the literature of the Lower South
(University of Missouri, 1917)
Text from page 3: In 1867 Harte began writing stories of the West that were focused upon locality, employing in them a technique similar to that of Poe. He has been heralded as the first contributor to the literature of ...
Resource extraction, resistance, and religion in Nicaragua
My dissertation examines the causes of protest over resource extraction in Nicaragua, and underlines the role of religion as a catalyst for sustained and successful challenges against resource extraction. With few exceptions, ...
Narrative sweat and flow : the challenge and fulfillment of covering sensitive social issues
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2013)
Long-form narrative writers who immerse themselves in other lives and situations to cover social issues have one of the hardest jobs in journalism. They take on difficult, often heart-wrenching subjects, and tell stories ...
I find it boring to write about myself. I think this begins with the fact that I do not consider myself to be an inherently interesting person. This isn’t a bad thing. There is no right way. For those of us non-interesting ...
An examination of personalization in digital advertising
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2019)
Paid advertisements on social media have become a powerful way for marketers to reach their target audiences. This study addresses how millennials experience, interact with, and react to personalized advertisements on ...