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  • Level One Illiteracy
    885 words
    What is Illiteracy? An adult or adults with a reading incapacity, a lack of knowledge of a subject, and / or a error in speech or writing according to Encarta World English Dictionary is a person or persons with illiteracy. Ronald Nash the author of an on-line article entitled "The Three Kinds of Illiteracy" he describes the three different types of illiteracy. Nash explains in detail cultural, moral, and functional illiteracy in his article. Cultural illiteracy defined by E.D. Hirsch Jr. is to ...
  • Survey Of 209 Pediatric Residency Programs
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    In Michael Rich MD and Miriam Baron's MD study, Child Health in the Information Age: Media Education of Pediatricians, they conduct a survey of 209 pediatric residency programs. This survey compares with and updates information in the 1986 survey The Impact of Television on Children: Current Pediatric Training Practices. Many questions were designed to elicit comparable information as the previous survey as well as incorporating other aspects that were not as significant in 1986, such as the int...
  • Customer Information
    561 words
    I honestly feel that the survey distributed by Chrysler Motors is a pretty effective overall. The cover letter starts off by thanking the customer and congratulating them on their purchase. This should grab almost every customers attention right away to at least read the page. They tell you in the letter that the survey is important to Chrysler to help make improvements. They also state that they want to give the consumer the very best possible level of service too. This helps make the recipient...
  • Dialect Geography A Kind Of Linguistic Archaeology
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    Chambers and Trudgill have called dialect geography 'a kind of linguistic archaeology'. Is this fair or accurate? Since the early days of dialectological research, many of its practitioners have been at least partly concerned that it should be historical in its approach. By this we mean that dialect geography (the study of regional variations of phonetic and syntactic aspects of speech) should look to the past, and to older living speakers, for analysis. The philologist Alexander J. Ellis was ve...
  • Information In A Public Library
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    Background This study examines the information literacy or ability of junior high aged (grades 6-8) children to find information in a public library. How able are children to find and retrieve information in the library? Do they understand how to retrieve information? This study is to be conducted in an effort to learn how to better educate children on how to obtain information they need. The ability to obtain information is a skill that will be useful to these children as they continue their ed...

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