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    Dissertation
    Macchiarella, Julie
    The purpose of this project is to provide an accurate and accessible resource for the education of parents of Deaf children about child sexual abuse prevention and awareness. While there is limited research on the Deaf community and child sexual abuse . . .
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    Dissertation
    Macchiarella, Julie
    The purpose of this project is to provide an accurate and accessible resource for the education of parents of Deaf children about child sexual abuse prevention and awareness. While there is limited research on the Deaf community and child sexual abuse . . .
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    Thesis
    Rosenbloom, Frederick
    Cell phone use often begins during early adolescence, between the ages of nine and thirteen, with parents having the final decision on cell phone ownership. On average, parents and adolescents communicate four times per day, and adolescents who carry . . .
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    Edwards, Darcy
    This thesis project explores gossip in early childhood settings. Historically, gossip in the workplace has been associated with a negative connotation and viewed as a vindictive behavior. However, recent literature on gossip in the workplace is beginn . . .
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    Saatjian, Takouhey
    This thesis explores the evolution and process of developing a Facebook page for connecting families with their children's early care and learning center. Videos, photos, and informative subject matter were posted for parents and extended family membe . . .
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    Farivar, Rachel
    Living together as a couple is not free of challenges. It involves the process of dedicating time, effort, and commitment on each partner's behalf to get acquainted and understand the other partner's sensitivities, likes, and dislikes. A therapist can . . .