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    In the movie Mean girls, high school student Cady Heron was taught in Africa by her parents. She was this innocent girl who; never dated, never party and wasn’t popular. When her family moves to suburbia of Illinois, Cady at last, got the chance to encounter in a public school. However, Cady begins to change who she was in order to fit; in which that actions relates to the theory called Communication Accommodation Theory. This theory is show individuals during conversation, attempt to modify their style of discourse to others. They do this to pick up endorsement, increment correspondence proficiency, and keep up constructive social character with the individual to whom they are talking. In other words, the way we see somebody will decide how…

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    Non-verbal communication is the ability to interact with an individual or more without the usage of words and is used to send out a message through the usage of various signals and symbols. This method of communication is misleading to an extant since one cannot always interpret the real message which is trying to be conveyed. In this essay, the movie Mean Girls, will be examined and explained through the usage of the 8 non-verbal communication methods. Kinesics Kinesics is the study of…

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    earlier chapters we talked all about how communication is created and understood by us and the others around us. There are two forms of communication; we talked about two forms verbal and nonverbal. Verbal is an important part of communication, but nonverbal is also important part too. Nonverbal is “messages expressed by nonlinguistic means”. There are characteristic and types of nonverbal communication that standout. Characteristics of nonverbal can be influenced by the culture and gender.…

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    Information technology is just a means of communication. Like all means, if used as it should be, it can bring a positive quality. If used incorrectly, it can become a problem to attaining its intended outcome. Never is it a cure-all. For visual learning and assisting learning at different speeds, technology can be used to accommodate that. Students utilizing technology can begin understanding its capability to enhance learning. The students will appreciate the benefits of technology only if the…

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    1. (a) I would observe the rent of all tenants in 4 areas and then compare the results. (b) I would use the mean value to determine the average amount of rent in all areas. (c) The mean values are: Area A: μ=1005.5; Area B: μ=887.0; Area C: μ=881.0; Area D: μ=945.5. 2. (a) I would use the column chart because we are comparing continuous data. (b) Average Monthly Rent (c) It appears that the monthly rent in Area A is higher than the…

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    made it seem as though kids are on their phones so much that they are completely absorbed in their phone and nothing else around them. It is very rare for a person to miss an important part of their life because they looked down at their phone to check their social media. Being on social media does not mean you are…

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    3.5 Analytical Methods 3.5.1 Characterization of smallholder apiarists Descriptive statistics were used to determine the mean difference of socio-economic characteristics between the apiarists. The variables considered were; age of household head (measured in years), gender (given by the sex of household head (male=1, female=0), education level of household head (number of years of formal education attained by the household head). Others were: farming experience (measured number of years in…

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    Aside from the general issue regarding survey data and their inability to accurately represent reality, there are no overtly obvious issues regarding the measurement or operationalization of this variable. The central independent variable I chose was number of group memberships. The variable was measured by simply asking respondents for the number of groups that they belonged to. The unit of analysis in individuals, and the variable is continuous. The mean is 0.833, indicating that the number…

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    Through reviewing the minimum, maximum, and range of values I attempted to discern and identify potential coding errors as well as invalid data. The nature and distribution of the values were explored through examining the mean, standard deviation, and variance as well as skewness and kurtosis. For example, the variable Age contained 320 valid cases, with respondents ranging in age from 18 to 35 years. The mean age was 28.02 years with a standard deviation of 4.76 years. Emailtime and Wwwtime…

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    variation in data, skewed towards younger age group. Further, an appropriate graph for ADULTCT, measured at ratio level, is a histogram which can help us understand the shape of the distribution. The histogram displays that the number of adults in the household is positively skewed, as significant amount of data lies at the lower end of the graph. This signifies that majority of the respondents have two to three adults in the household. Descriptive Analysis We calculated descriptive…

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