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The Golish Study Essay Examples

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A Study Involving Closeness of Adult Children to Their Parents Done by Golish
This study was based on inputs from other communication scholars as well as hands on research done by Golish (1999). The results of the study showed that the type of turning point that happens in a child's life as they are growing up usually determines their feelings for their parents when they become adults. By writing th...
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A Short Analysis of Efficient Study Strategies
EFFECTIVE STUDY Effective learning depends upon good study skills, but "Many students—both traditional an nontraditional—entering college have few, if any, practical study skills" (Huber 29). Good study skills do not simply occur; they must first be learned and then applied consistently. Efficient study strat...
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A Study on the Parent-Child Relationship Based on the Research by Golish
This study was based on inputs from other communication scholars as well as hands on research done by Golish (1999). The results of the study showed that the type of turning point that happens in a child's life as they are growing up usually determines their feelings for their parents when they become adults. By writing th...
929 words
2 pages
A Study on Sexual Jealousy, Emotional Jealousy and the Different Sexes
Waylett, Katie
In the article, Mad About You, it deals with evolutionary
psychology. There are three studies conducted to try to answer the question
of sexual jealousy, emotional jealousy and the different sexes. Jealousy is
a behavior. The way humans behave is believed to be the way the human race
survives. Certain weak fa...
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A Personal Opinion of the Reasons Why the Study of History Is Important
Why we study History? There are many reasons to study History a few are, so that we do not commit the same mistakes of the past, another is that History is the story of the real people. In people’s opinion the best is that the spread of Democracy requires informed citizens. In my opinion the...
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Social Interaction in Bible Study Groups
In this study, I investigate the social interactions and language use of people in bible study groups. The study specifically examines the bible study sessions that take place in a Protestant church after regular Sunday services. I focus on analyzing how participants conducted the conversations and how this conduct is rest...
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8 pages
A Study of Colombian Immigration to Ecuador by Analyzing Newspaper Articles
Thesis Proposal Abstract Abstract This thesis aims to describe press depictions of the increased Colombian immigration to Ecuador in six major newspapers of the region. The study will compare and contrast three Ecuadorian and three Colombian newspapers -El Comercio; El Extra; El Universo; and El Tiempo; El Espectador...
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11 pages
A Study of Illness in Relation to Different Cultures
Traditions, practices, habits and beliefs vary among each culture, as does the environment, and availability of goods and supplies. The definition of illness also varies depending on the culture and what is considered good versus bad health. Due to this diversity in everyday life, and the arbitrary definition of health, an...
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2 pages
The Nature and the Subjects of Sociology
What is Sociology? This article is designed primarily for those who are completely new to sociology and would like some help and guidance as to the exact nature of the subject-matter of sociology. However new you are to sociology it is probable that you have an idea, however vague and general, regarding what sociology is...
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4 pages
An Analysis of the Study of Language Is Really the Study of Meaning in Cognitive Neuroscience
SP567: Cognitive Neuroscience 'The Study of Language is really the study of Meaning', Discuss. It is generally accepted that language is one of the key attributes that distinguishes humans from other species. Although other animals possess at times very sophisticated methods of communication, none match the cognitive...
2,369 words
5 pages