Influences On Business Journalists In Egypt During Imf-Backed Economic Adjustments Of 2016-2019, 2021 American University in Cairo
Influences On Business Journalists In Egypt During Imf-Backed Economic Adjustments Of 2016-2019, Tamim Salman
Theses and Dissertations
The economic adjustments that Egypt implemented as part of an IMF-backed program between 2016 and 2019 were a milestone event in the country's economic history. Business journalism was an important part of it as people, policymakers and businesses tried to grasp the developments. Using qualitative in-depth interviews with business journalists and editors, this study attempts to examine the various influences experienced by journalists that affected their framing of news and the quality and type of coverage. The study argues that journalists came under the influence of political pressure and media controls, as well as the technical allure of market ...
The Emergence Of Esports Through The Last Five Years, 2021 Coastal Carolina University
The Emergence Of Esports Through The Last Five Years, Jordan Donald
Esports has been a significant new topic over the past decade but their place in the sports industry has not been specifically defined over the years. The birth of what we know as Esports came upon us in 1972 and has only had exponentially grown in the success it has had over the past fifty years. It all started with a popular little arcade game that is still played to this day, Space Invaders. Space Invaders has evolved over the years, laying the foundation and the blueprint for success for companies to follow. Esports easily had a drastic take off ...
Communication In Adult Children Of Alcoholics: The Problem, The Result, And The Solution, 2021 Dominican University of California
Communication In Adult Children Of Alcoholics: The Problem, The Result, And The Solution, Audrey Barth
Communication & Media Studies | Senior Theses
In the United States alone, 25% of children live with an alcoholic parent (Haverfield et al., 2016). While there is extensive research on the psychological impacts of growing up with an alcoholic parent, research focused on communication is slim. This paper seeks to examine the communication characteristics in adult children of alcoholics (ACOAs) in three ways: (1) to determine how communication dynamics in alcoholic families are detrimental, (2) to determine the implications of these dynamics in adulthood, and (3) to determine how communication can be implemented as a solution for ACOAs. Several interviews were conducted on ACOAs based on those ...
Exploring Missional Partnership Practices Between The Littleton Church Of Christ And Her Peruvian Missionary Partners Through Dwelling In The Word, Justin L. Thompson
Doctor of Ministry Project/Theses
This Doctor of Ministry thesis presents the results of a project in which twelve individuals from two churches on two continents (North and South America) came together via video conference to explore missional partnership practices. These two churches connected through a common missionary and utilized a spiritual discipline called Dwelling in the Word to cultivate relationships, thereby creating a pathway to shared discovery of partnership practices. The problem I identify at the beginning regards transactional partnership, which commonly propels churches toward relationships that treat the other as unequal partners through unilateral, top-down interactions. In response, I present a perichoresis-inspired ...
Allyship Training Programs In Higher Education: Creating A Critical Curriculum Of Change, 2021 Utah State University
Allyship Training Programs In Higher Education: Creating A Critical Curriculum Of Change, Macy Marin Keith
All Graduate Plan B and other Reports
Allies Training Programs (also known as Safe Space/Zone training) are found in many institutions of higher education. Usually provided by an LGBTQA+ or Gender and Sexuality Center staff, the goal is to prepare participants for an allyship role in hopes of promoting safe spaces on campus and decrease instances of queerphobia. This thesis examined current allies training programs to determine what content is being presented and compare to the latest critiques and definitions. After analysis it is determined that current allyship trainings are inadequately preparing higher education staff and faculty for an ally role. Using the results of this ...
Information Mapping Of Religious Conflict Research In Indonesia: Bibliometric Analysis, 2021 Universitas Islam Negeri Sunan Gunung Djati Bandung
Information Mapping Of Religious Conflict Research In Indonesia: Bibliometric Analysis, Rusmulyadi Rusmulyadi, Susanne Dida, Hanny Hafiar, Soleh Soemirat
Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)
Research on religious conflict is mostly carried out by researchers in Indonesia, but it has not been mapped integratively. Several studies on religious conflict have been published and indexed on the Portal Garuda. The Portal Garuda is a national indexer for scientific publications in Indonesia. This study aims to determine a map of the development of religious conflict research in Indonesia. In this study, several scientific articles on the theme of religious conflict were reviewed. This study uses a quantitative approach with the bibliometric method. The results of the study show that the trend of religious conflict research in Indonesia ...
A Study On The Impact Of Social Media Marketing In The Event Industry: Executing A Marketing Plan, 2021 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville
A Study On The Impact Of Social Media Marketing In The Event Industry: Executing A Marketing Plan, Adrian N. Bradley
Human Nutrition and Hospitality Management Undergraduate Honors Theses
Marketing is a large part of growing one’s business or event. The objective of this study was to gain an understanding of how social media marketing increases brand loyalty, attendance, and engagement within current and potential guests over traditional event marketing methods. Through this study a data collection survey for the University of Arkansas’ Hospitality Management annual event Students Mastering the Art of Hospitality (SMASH) to gather information on the effectiveness of e social media marketing’s influence on their attendees. Unfortunately, due to a global pandemic SMASH was canceled and the researcher and honor’s committee thought it ...
International, Scholar-Led Collaboration Around Community-Led Open Publishing Infrastructures For Monographs, Eileen Joy, Janneke Adema
Digital Initiatives Symposium
In this presentation, we will share an overview of an international, multi-institutional, 3-year project focused on building Community-led Open Publishing Infrastructures for Monographs (COPIM), recently funded for £3.5 million by Research England, the Arcadia Fund (UK), and the partners: Birkbeck College, University of London, Coventry University, the Digital Preservation Coalition, Jisc, Lancaster University, Loughborough University Library, ScholarLed, and University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB) Library. COPIM comprises 6 “work projects” that are rooted in the firm conviction that, in order for open access publishing initiatives to thrive, we have to develop more robust definitions of “open” that go beyond ...
“What’S Your College?” How A University’S Name Impacts Students’ Communication, 2021 Southern Adventist University
“What’S Your College?” How A University’S Name Impacts Students’ Communication, Christina Coston
Campus Research Day
Despite Generation Z accounting for most college students today, there is a lack of information about Generation Zs and their college experience. This study aims to determine how a college’s name impacts college attending Generation Zs. Specifically, it investigates the impact of the inclusion of a religious denomination in the name of the college. To answer the research questions presented in this study, focus groups and surveys will be conducted. The presentation will focus on the results of the research which is currently being conducted.
Spartan Daily, April 13, 2021, 2021 San Jose State University
Spartan Daily, April 13, 2021, San Jose State University, School Of Journalism And Mass Communications
Spartan Daily, 2021
Volume 156, Issue 29
P6: Predictors Of Compliance With Covid-19 Related Non- Pharmaceutical Interventions Amongst University Students, 2021 Brigham Young University
P6: Predictors Of Compliance With Covid-19 Related Non- Pharmaceutical Interventions Amongst University Students, Spencer G. Shumway, Ethan R. Tolman, Jonas D. Hopper, David Patterson, Gabriella Hubble, Jamie L. Jensen Dr.
Annual Research Symposium
College campuses have been an area where the novel coronavirus has spread rapidly, thus this study is focused on compliance with COVID-19 related non-pharmaceutical interventions among college students.
We surveyed over 600 college students from across the United States and modeled predictors of compliance with non-pharmaceutical interventions. To determine how applicable nationwide modeling might be to individual local campuses we also administered this same survey to nearly 600 students at two large universities in Utah County (Brigham Young University and Utah Valley University). We then ran structural equation modeling (SEM) to determine what factors are related to student compliance with ...
Equipping The Next Generation Of Pro-Life Leaders, 2021 Cedarville University
Equipping The Next Generation Of Pro-Life Leaders, Mark D. Weinstein
Starting this summer, Cedarville University will offer the Defending Life Summer Institute, a program designed to equip pro-life advocates through a series of intensive one-week courses.
Wright State University Libraries Annual Report 2020, 2021 Wright State University
Wright State University Libraries Annual Report 2020, Wright State University Libraries
University Libraries' Annual Reports
The 2020 annual report by the Wright State University Libraries highlights the various happenings at the University Libraries including the impact of COVID-19 on the University Libraries. These ranged from departmental and staff changes, the relocation of the Educational Resource Center to the library, changes to services and materials, and other challenges faced through the year.
611 Ouachita Volunteers Act As "Hands Of Hope" In Arkadelphia For Spring 2021 Tiger Serve Day, 2021 Ouachita Baptist University
611 Ouachita Volunteers Act As "Hands Of Hope" In Arkadelphia For Spring 2021 Tiger Serve Day, Julie Shands, Ouachita News Bureau
Ouachita Baptist University’s Elrod Center for Family and Community held its Spring 2021 Tiger Serve Day event on Saturday, April 10, with 75 teams completing 76 projects throughout the Arkadelphia community. A total of 611 Ouachita student, faculty and staff volunteers represented the university with this semester’s theme, “Hands of Hope.”
Mapping Meaning At The Crossroads Of Crisis: Narratives Of Renewal In The Midst Of The Opioid Epidemic, 2021 Duquesne University
Mapping Meaning At The Crossroads Of Crisis: Narratives Of Renewal In The Midst Of The Opioid Epidemic, Preston Carmack
Graduate Student Research Symposium
This study explores the role of meaning in a crisis situation by using Viktor Frankl’s tripod of meaning and Matthew Seeger and Timothy Sellnow’s narratives of renewal. Drawing from focus groups conducted in a large mid-Atlantic city where community members are embedded in the middle of the opioid crisis, the findings suggest that resiliency in the face of crisis can be encouraged to take root through a mapping of meaning that highlights gratitude and responsibility.
Cedars, April 2021, 2021 Cedarville University
Cedars, April 2021, Cedarville University
No abstract provided.
Ouachita's Department Of Theatre Arts To Present "Little Women: The Musical" April 15-18, 2021 Ouachita Baptist University
Ouachita's Department Of Theatre Arts To Present "Little Women: The Musical" April 15-18, Abby Burlison, Ouachita News Bureau
Ouachita Baptist University’s Department of Theatre Arts will present its spring production of Little Women: The Musical with the opening performance to be held on Thursday, April 15, at 7:30 p.m. in Jones Performing Arts Center. Performances will continue April 16-17 at 7:30 p.m., with a matinee performance on Sunday, April 18, at 2:30 p.m. The production is open to Ouachita faculty, staff and students with limited seating to allow for social distancing, and streaming tickets are available to purchase for the general public at obu.edu/boxoffice.
Spartan Daily, April 8, 2021, 2021 San Jose State University
Spartan Daily, April 8, 2021, San Jose State University, School Of Journalism And Mass Communications
Spartan Daily, 2021
Volume 156, Issue 28
Richards, Frances, 1893-1991 - Collector (Sc 3252), 2021 Western Kentucky University
Richards, Frances, 1893-1991 - Collector (Sc 3252), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives
MSS Finding Aids
Finding aid and scan (Click on "Additional Files" below) for Manuscripts Small Collection 3252. Two items collected by Richards, a WKU English instructor and adviser to the campus newspaper, the College Heights Herald: a copy of the College Heights Bulletin of Western Kentucky State College (now WKU), inscribed by Public Relations Director Robert G. Cochran with warm thanks to Richards for her assistance in its preparation; and remarks on libel and freedom of expression given by Bert J. Borrone at the 1968 Herald Awards Dinner, with accompanying letter by Cochran.
Spartan Daily, April 7, 2021, 2021 San Jose State University
Spartan Daily, April 7, 2021, San Jose State University, School Of Journalism And Mass Communications
Spartan Daily, 2021
Volume 156, Issue 27