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A Canandian E-lection 2008? Online Media and Political Competition
This paper examines the use and impact of internet submedia on the 2008 Canadian federal election. Based on content analysis of party and candidate use of different internet submedia during the campaign, combined with ...
A Diffusion-approximation Approach to Model Self-organization of Nuclear Proteins
The existence of domains within the cell nucleus enriched in specific proteins capable of moving randomly throughout the nucleoplasm has led to the biological conclusion that the cell nucleus is dynamically and highly ...
IABC Social Media Conference
Continuous Response Evaluation of Digital Video Clips over the Internet” and Strategies for Success: Meta-Cognitive Vidcasts for Orientation of Online Learners
1. Continuous response evaluation of video and film has been a useful method in media. It has been particularly prevalent in advertising as it allows producers to pinpoint events that evoke particularly strong audience ...
The Determinants of the Corporate Hedging Decision: An Empirical Analysis
This paper is concerned with testing the hypotheses put forth by Smith and Stulz (1985) and Nance, Smith and Smithson (1993) regarding the four reasons for which a firm will hedge. In this paper, we extend the analysis ...
Oil-exporting economies and political liberalism: comparative trends and their relevance for the Canadian Political Economy
Alberta oil has enabled Canada to become the largest supplier of oil and refined products to the United States, ahead of Saudi Arabia and Mexico. However, the largest mining operations in history, is also one of the most ...
RNCM-656 Negotiations and Conflict Management
In this elective, we will introduce and examine the various conflict management and negotiation strategies and techniques. Participants will be introduced to how the application of creative thinking to conflict situations ...
Using RSS In Collaborative Course Development
RSS (for Really Simply Syndication) is a new technology for syndicating contents on the World Wide Web, whereas collaborative course development in today’s Web-based distance education is to have several professors or ...
Canadian NP Job Satisfaction” and co-presenting a paper with Dr. C. Park, entitled “NP Students’ Views on the Value of PDAs in Clinical Practice
Purpose The purpose of this study was to examine the current level of NP job satisfaction and its association with extrinsic and intrinsic job satisfaction characteristics among Canadian primary healthcare NPs. ...
From Licensed Practical Nurse to Registered Nurse: Easing the Transition
Vocationally prepared nurses, most of whom are women, experience unique challenges when they complete a university degree program. And yet, educational research examining how educators and employers can support their ...