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This case study analysis focuses on the use of selfies by both companies and consumers in relation to certain products. By using uses and gratifications theory, this case study analysis investigates four major companies and their products, as well as their implementation of user-generated selfies.... READ MORE
As money being spent on e-commerce continues to rise, marketers and retailers are interested in what motivates people to shop online. In the past shoppers have been broken up into two categories, utilitarian or experiential (e.g., O'Brien, 2010; Overby & Lee, 2006; To, Liao, &... READ MORE
Researchers are working toward understanding how to integrate the growing number of culturally and ethnically diverse students in college and create a campus climate that is supportive, united, and diverse. Previous studies have revealed that the dominant culture tends to rate campus climate more positively than minority... READ MORE
Curriculum-Based Measurement (CBM) is a scientifically based approach used to collect progress monitoring data, and is often used to monitor reading development. Graphing a student's reading data over time allows educators to view the student's rate of progress, goal, and interventions. This leads to timely changes to... READ MORE
The number of children diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) has grown exponentially in recent years (Simpson, 2008). Children diagnosed with ASD have lifelong impairments in three areas: socialization, communication and behavior (AP A, 2000). These along with associated features of the disorder such... READ MORE