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Teachers' Perceptions of Computer Use in Elementary and Secondary Classrooms in Thailand

Teachers' Perceptions of Computer Use in Elementary and Secondary Classrooms in Thailand

Date: May 1992
Creator: Loipha, Suladda
Description: The purpose of this study was to create a base of descriptive information about computer applications in the elementary and secondary classrooms of Thailand. To accomplish this task, two forms of questionnaires were developed and administered to a randomly selected sample of 527 school teachers and 94 college instructors throughout the Northeastern area of Thailand. Data were analyzed using a chi-square test, a £-test, and a one-way analysis of variance procedure.
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An Analysis and Production Book for a Staging of Samuel Spewack's Under the Sycamore Tree

An Analysis and Production Book for a Staging of Samuel Spewack's Under the Sycamore Tree

Date: August 1967
Creator: Long, Jerry Lyndon
Description: It is the purpose of this study to (1) produce a play in an expressionistic style; (2) submit a thesis of analysis; and (3) present the thesis in such a way as to show that an expressionistic style can be applied to a play written for the professional stage in a creative, artistic manner.
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A Plan for Improving the Health, Physical Education, and Intramural Program for Boys in West Columbia High School

A Plan for Improving the Health, Physical Education, and Intramural Program for Boys in West Columbia High School

Date: 1947
Creator: Long, Lewis B.
Description: The purpose of this study is to develop plans for a program in health education, physical education and intramural sports for boys in the West Columbia High School, West Columbia, Texas.
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Diffusion of Hydrocarbons Through Rubber Membranes

Diffusion of Hydrocarbons Through Rubber Membranes

Date: August 1939
Creator: Long, Loren M.
Description: This thesis explores the seperation of isomeric paraffins in organic chemistry and how the resulting mixture of hydrocarbons might be examined.
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Investigation of relational and overt aggression among boys and girls.

Investigation of relational and overt aggression among boys and girls.

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Date: August 2003
Creator: Long, Melissa M.
Description: Given the paucity of research that has been conducted on aggression in girls (see Keenan, Loeber, & Green, 1999, for a review), it is important to examine different behavioral manifestations of aggression that may be more prevalent among girls than boys, such as relational aggression (see Crick et al., 1999, for a review). Relational aggression consists of behaviors that harm others through damage to their peer relationships or the threat of such damage (e.g., spreading rumors about a peer so that others will reject him/her, social exclusion; Crick & Grotpeter, 1995). Children with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) are a particular subset of youth who are at increased risk for exhibiting aggressive behavior (Henker & Whalen, 1999; Whalen & Henker, 1985). The purpose of the present study was to assess the prevalence of relational aggression among children with attention problems as compared to the general population. Gender differences in relational aggression were also examined. In the current study, participants included 91 3rd-5th grade public school students. Teacher ratings of aggressive behavior and attention problems were obtained. Parents also completed measures to assess attention problems and social-psychological adjustment. Contrary to prediction, results indicated children with attention problems were not more aggressive than children ...
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The impact of rising energy prices on the poor over time in the United States.

The impact of rising energy prices on the poor over time in the United States.

Date: August 2002
Creator: Long, Pei-Ling Amy
Description: Policy makers and households are concerned about the impact of rising energy prices on low-income households. In a trend starting in the 1970s, low-income households are spending an increasingly disproportionate share of their income on home energy. The burden on a household imposed by energy prices can be analyzed through four factors: energy price, energy consumption, income level, and level of assistance provided to help with the costs of energy. The combination of these factors indicates that the energy burden is continuing to be disproportionately large for the nation's poor. Therefore, policy makers make further efforts to alleviate this burden by modifying energy pricing regulation.
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Occupational Opportunities for the Woman College Graduate in Specialized Business Fields

Occupational Opportunities for the Woman College Graduate in Specialized Business Fields

Date: 1946
Creator: Long, Ruth
Description: The purpose of this study is to make a survey of the opportunities in the business world for the woman college graduate. Attention has been given to the general status of women workers, the training given by colleges in business administration, and the opportunities for the employment and advancement in the business world.
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The Early Criticisms of Shelley in England and America

The Early Criticisms of Shelley in England and America

Date: 1949
Creator: Long, Ulman Eugene
Description: It is the principal purpose of this study of the early criticisms of Shelley to contrast the opinions of him in England and America and to find reasons for the widely divergent attitudes of the reviewers in the two countries.
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Social Interest and the Communications Organ Score in Human Figure Drawings

Social Interest and the Communications Organ Score in Human Figure Drawings

Date: August 1970
Creator: Long, Wesley L.
Description: The relationship between social interest and personal adjustment described by Adler seems to imply that the CO score is positively correlated with personal adjustment. If the CO score in a human figure drawing indicates the degree of social interest manifested by an individual, it is reasoned that the CO score will measure that individual's adjustment level.
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Measuring Team Meeting Success: Does Everyone Really Need to Participate?

Measuring Team Meeting Success: Does Everyone Really Need to Participate?

Date: August 2005
Creator: Longo, Jodi Olaine
Description: Facilitators are encouraged to get all meeting attendees to participate in the meeting. There is the assumption made that, if they do participate, then this participation will increase the group's general satisfaction of the meeting. Also, knowing the factors that can increase the probability of a successful meeting has been a focus of previous research, yet attendee participation has not been studied. The current research study empirically examines participation's effect on meeting evaluations. This study is a field experiment conducted in a team-based organization, where successful meetings are critical. Data was collected on the amount of participation of team members in their weekly team meeting and their evaluations of the meeting. After running correlations and a principal components analysis, this study found a relationship between participation and meeting evaluations. A scale of meeting success was also created.
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