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A Personnel Study of the Men Physical Education Directors in a Selected Group of Independent White Senior High Schools in Texas

A Personnel Study of the Men Physical Education Directors in a Selected Group of Independent White Senior High Schools in Texas

Date: 1940
Creator: Fenn, William Marvin
Description: The purpose of this study was to accumulate and interpret information relative to the duties, the responsibilities, the professional status, the academic status, and the social and personal relationships of the men high school physical education directors in a selected group of schools and to make certain recommendations to young men who might contemplate careers in this particular field.
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A Personnel Study of the Physical Therapists Registered with the American Physical Therapy Association in a Selected Number of Southwest States

A Personnel Study of the Physical Therapists Registered with the American Physical Therapy Association in a Selected Number of Southwest States

Date: 1949
Creator: Holler, Joe Harold
Description: The purposes of this study are, first, to obtain data on social and personal relationships of the physical therapists with possible significance for guidance for students contemplating a career in the field of physical therapy; second, to determine the professional qualifications to enter the field of physical therapy; third, to determine the areas in which a definite need for advanced training is felt by the professional people in the field of physical therapy; and fourth, to determine the occupational opportunities offered in the field of physical therapy.
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A Personnel Study of Track Coaches in the AA High Schools of Texas

A Personnel Study of Track Coaches in the AA High Schools of Texas

Date: 1947
Creator: Scoggin, Pernal A.
Description: The purpose of this study was first, to make a census of the 1946-1947 track coaches in the AA high schools of Texas; and second, to present facts that may be helpful to future track coaches.
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Perspectives on Cultural Context: The Use of an Online Participatory Learning Environment as an Expansion of the Museum Visit

Perspectives on Cultural Context: The Use of an Online Participatory Learning Environment as an Expansion of the Museum Visit

Date: August 2010
Creator: Sreenan, Patrick N.
Description: Technology offers opportunities for museums to expand the ways in which cultural perspectives relevant to objects on display can be exchanged and understood. Multimedia content offered online in an environment with user input capabilities can encourage dialogue and enrich visitor experiences of museums. This action research project using narrative analysis was an effort to develop the use of web technology in museum education practice, with an emphasis on constructivist learning. Concepts including the visitor-centered museum and multiple narratives led the researcher to collaborate with a pre-service art teacher education classroom and a local Hindu community to create content that might better develop understandings of one museum's Hindu sculpture collection that are personal, cultural, and complex.
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Perspectives on the Historio-sociological Novel : Frank Norris' The Octopus

Perspectives on the Historio-sociological Novel : Frank Norris' The Octopus

Date: May 1969
Creator: O'Shea, Timothy Thomas
Description: As an historio-sociological novel The Octopus is important because it synthesizes several features of late nineteenth century America, especially naturalism and the political preponderance of the Southern Pacific railroad. An analysis of this novel provides a better understanding of its features and adds a dimension to the perspective of history.
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Perspectives on The Passion According to the Gospels of Matthew and John

Perspectives on The Passion According to the Gospels of Matthew and John

Date: December 2008
Creator: Fryklund, Aaron
Description: My thesis covers the materials and methods of my composition, The Passion According to the Gospels of Matthew and John. It features an extensive analysis of Penderecki's Passio et mors Domini nostri Iesu Christi secundum Lucam. The research also covers some history of the Passion genre and its development. The second half of the paper presents a background and analysis of my work. It details many of the creative processes and methods I employed.
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Persuasion in the Speeches of Senator Barry Goldwater in his 1963 Nomination Campaign

Persuasion in the Speeches of Senator Barry Goldwater in his 1963 Nomination Campaign

Date: August 1964
Creator: Schulz, Judith
Description: The purpose of this study is to examine what Barry Goldwater did in his 1963 speeches before Republican audiences in order to project himself as the candidate for nomination, to consider the persuasive appeals he made and their rhetorical merit.
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PERT as a Management Tool

PERT as a Management Tool

Date: June 1962
Creator: Ross, William Minor
Description: The purpose of this study is to examine the three scheduling systems available today as a management tool. The first two systems--Milestone Reporting and Line-of-Balance--are essentially Gantt charts which do not appear to meet the requirements for management control of scheduling. An investigation of PERT is made to see if it will provide additional controls necessary for proper scheduling.
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Perturbation of renewal processes

Perturbation of renewal processes

Date: May 2008
Creator: Akin, Osman Caglar
Description: Renewal theory began development in the early 1940s, as the need for it in the industrial engineering sub-discipline operations research had risen. In time, the theory found applications in many stochastic processes. In this thesis I investigated the effect of seasonal effects on Poisson and non-Poisson renewal processes in the form of perturbations. It was determined that the statistical analysis methods developed at UNT Center for Nonlinear Science can be used to detect the effects of seasonality on the data obtained from Poisson/non-Poisson renewal systems. It is proved that a perturbed Poisson process can serve as a paradigmatic model for a case where seasonality is correlated to the noise and that diffusion entropy method can be utilized in revealing this relation. A renewal model making a connection with the stochastic resonance phenomena is used to analyze a previous neurological experiment, and it was shown that under the effect of a nonlinear perturbation, a non-Poisson system statistics may make a transition and end up in the of Poisson basin of statistics. I determine that nonlinear perturbation of the power index for a complex system will lead to a change in the complexity characteristics of the system, i.e., the system will reach ...
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Pessimism in Three Major English Poets of the Nineteenth Century

Pessimism in Three Major English Poets of the Nineteenth Century

Date: August 1958
Creator: Simms, Bobbie Gwen
Description: This thesis examines the evidences of pessimism in the poetry of each poet, substantiated when possible by parallel prose writings and other critical and biographical material; and finally, it reaches tentative conclusions about the direction of the change in pessimistic outlook of three poets.
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