Personal Response to Digital Frontiers Roundtable: Justin Strickland Hoff

Personal Response to Digital Frontiers Roundtable: Justin Strickland Hoff

Date: September 21, 2012
Creator: Hoff, Justin Strickland
Description: This response paper is for Dr. Jennifer Way's graduate art history seminar on 20th-21st century art. Students in Way's seminar attended 'Social Media and Digital Communities: A Roundtable Discussion,' a session featured at the Digital Frontiers 2012 conference. Way charged her students with writing a short paper to explore connections between the roundtable and their seminar studies. What follows is a short paper by graduate student, Justin Strickland Hoff.
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Personal Response to Digital Frontiers Roundtable: Madeleine Fitzgerald

Personal Response to Digital Frontiers Roundtable: Madeleine Fitzgerald

Date: September 21, 2012
Creator: Fitzgerald, Madeleine
Description: This response paper is for Dr. Jennifer Way's graduate art history seminar on 20th-21st century art. Students in Way's seminar attended 'Social Media and Digital Communities: A Roundtable Discussion,' a session featured at the Digital Frontiers 2012 conference. Way charged her students with writing a short paper to explore connections between the roundtable and their seminar studies. What follows is a short paper by graduate student, Madeleine Fitzgerald.
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Personal Response to Digital Frontiers Roundtable: Caleb Zouhary

Personal Response to Digital Frontiers Roundtable: Caleb Zouhary

Date: September 21, 2012
Creator: Zouhary, Caleb
Description: This response paper is for Dr. Jennifer Way's graduate art history seminar on 20th-21st century art. Students in Way's seminar attended 'Social Media and Digital Communities: A Roundtable Discussion,' a session featured at the Digital Frontiers 2012 conference. Way charged her students with writing a short paper to explore connections between the roundtable and their seminar studies. What follows is a short paper by graduate student, Caleb Zouhary.
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Personal Response to Digital Frontiers Roundtable: Rachel Christensen

Personal Response to Digital Frontiers Roundtable: Rachel Christensen

Date: September 21, 2012
Creator: Christensen, Rachel
Description: This response paper is for Dr. Jennifer Way's graduate art history seminar on 20th-21st century art. Students in Way's seminar attended 'Social Media and Digital Communities: A Roundtable Discussion,' a session featured at the Digital Frontiers 2012 conference. Way charged her students with writing a short paper to explore connections between the roundtable and their seminar studies. What follows is a short paper by graduate student, Rachel Christensen.
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Personal Response to Digital Frontiers Roundtable: Michael Blair

Personal Response to Digital Frontiers Roundtable: Michael Blair

Date: September 21, 2012
Creator: Blair, Michael
Description: This response paper is for Dr. Jennifer Way's graduate art history seminar on 20th-21st century art. Students in Way's seminar attended 'Social Media and Digital Communities: A Roundtable Discussion,' a session featured at the Digital Frontiers 2012 conference. Way charged her students with writing a short paper to explore connections between the roundtable and their seminar studies. What follows is a short paper by graduate student, Michael Blair.
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Developing Social Interest in Juvenile Delinquents

Developing Social Interest in Juvenile Delinquents

Date: August 1989
Creator: Eldridge, Connie
Description: Male youths ages 13-18 incarcerated at two minimum security detention facilities participated in a program to determine if Alfred Adler's concept of social interest could be developed through group interactions led by non-professionals. The youths answered a self-report attitudinal scale, the Sulliman Scale of Social Interest and were rated by their classroom teachers on the Behavior Dimensions Rating Scale as pre-test measures. Volunteers from a liberal arts college sociology classes were randomly assigned to work in male-female pairs over a ten week period of time with the experimental population. These pairs led their constant group of incarcerated youths in ninety minute discussion sessions once per week for the duration of the program. Structured human relations exercises specifically designed to encourage elements of social interest; belonging, cooperation, and significance were assigned for each of the sessions. At the end of ten weeks, the youths in the experimental groups and the control population were tested again on the two scales. The results of Pearson Product Moment Correlations Test indicated no relationship between attitude and behavior for either the experimental or control groups on the pre-test and the post-test. A Mann Whitney U t-test indicated a highly significant increase in the social interest ...
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