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Temares, M. Lewis – CAUSE/EFFECT, 1989
John Sculley, the chairman of the board of Apple Computer, Inc., discusses information technology management, management strategies, network management, the Chief Information Officer, strategic planning, back-to-the-future planning, business and university joint ventures, and security issues. (MLW)
Descriptors: College Administration, College Environment, Computer Networks, Computer Uses in Education
Frost, Renee Woodten – CAUSE/EFFECT, 1987
When a university owned and operated telecommunications system was installed at the University of Michigan, all members of the university were directly effected. The way the university community was prepared and involved throughout the implementation of the project to ensure the ultimate acceptance and use of the system is discussed. (Author)
Descriptors: College Planning, Computer Networks, Higher Education, Information Technology
Deatrick, Deborah A.; Knox, Cathryn Bradeen – 1989
Recent trends in rates of sexually transmitted diseases, AIDS, and teen pregnancies have led to a new emphasis on male involvement in family planning programs. Little research data exists on specific opinions, attitudes and needs of young males regarding the array of services available. This paper describes: (1) how market research (including…
Descriptors: Adolescents, Contraception, Counseling Services, Family Planning
ACT, Inc., 2011
It is no secret that global markets and innovations in technology are driving rapid change in the U.S. economy. While much has been said over the years about the employment shift from goods-producing to service-providing industries, new research suggests that the shift is not due to sectoral employment change but rather a shift in the mix of jobs…
Descriptors: Economic Climate, Context Effect, Marketing, Global Approach
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Frankham, Jo – Journal of Education Policy, 2006
"The network" has achieved a form of "institutionalized utopianism" in the recent past and is posited as a neo-liberal solution to social scientific researchers and education practitioners learning with and from one another. This paper first outlines why the metaphor of the network is so persuasive. It goes on to problematize some of the key…
Descriptors: Educational Research, Learning, Networks, Role
Mathematica, Princeton, NJ. – 1973
Assuming that new developments in communications technology will result in reduced costs for social service delivery, the Department of Health, Education and Welfare needed information about the role it could play in implementing instructional television (ITV). A study was designed to assess general educational programing costs and the potential…
Descriptors: Adult Education, Cable Television, Communications, Copyrights
Mathematica, Princeton, NJ. – 1973
A study was prepared for the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare (DHEW) on the role DHEW could play in the implementation of instructional television. This volume of the study provides a detailed description of alternative delivery systems. It analyzes the different technical capabilities and component costs of a variety of distribution…
Descriptors: Adult Education, Cable Television, Closed Circuit Television, Communications
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Tobolowsky, Barbara F.; Lowery, John Wesley – International Journal of Educational Advancement, 2006
College expectations play an important role in students' success at an institution. Braxton et al. (1994) found that if expectations are met, students are more likely to persist than if they are unmet. One potential contributor to college expectations is media (Tobolowsky, 2001). Prior research concludes that colleges that play in bowl games…
Descriptors: School Holding Power, Student Attitudes, College Students, Higher Education
Seiter, Ellen – Peter Lang New York, 2007
Based on four years of experience teaching computers to 8-12 year olds, media scholar Ellen Seiter offers parents and educators practical advice on what children need to know about the Internet and when they need to know it. "The Internet Playground" argues that, contrary to the promises of technology boosters, teaching with computers is…
Descriptors: Internet, Popular Culture, Teaching Methods, Media Literacy
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Little, J. Nicole; Hoskins, Marie L. – Child & Youth Services, 2004
This article explores the authors' critical reflections that arose while engaging in research with girls recovering from an eating disorder. The authors address issues related to media, consumerism, and identity construction. They emphasize that while there are no clear solutions to dilemmas facing girls in North American culture, researchers and…
Descriptors: Females, Eating Disorders, North Americans, Gender Issues
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Ramsey, Shirley, Ed. – Public Relations Review: A Journal of Research and Comment, 2001
This annotated bibliography presents an overview of journal articles and books published in 2000 on public relations that can be helpful to teachers and students as well as to practitioners and managers. This bibliography is subdivided into 29 categories including campaigns; community relations; corporate image; education; employee relations;…
Descriptors: Administration, Annotated Bibliographies, Higher Education, Marketing
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Pungente, John J.; Duncan, Barry; Anderse, Neil – Yearbook of the National Society for the Study of Education, 2005
Media literacy educators from the United States regularly pay homage to their colleagues in Canada. Canadians have talked about, thought about, taught about, and written about media literacy for many years. Canada first hosted a World Conference in media literacy in Guelph, Ontario, in 1990, and all provinces in Canada now include media literacy…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Media Literacy, Educational History, Educational Theories
Byerly, Carolyn M. – 1989
This paper focuses on the organized feminist resistance, during the 1970s, to the availability of both soft and hard-core pornography in mainstream films, magazines, and advertisements. A research review supports the contention that the power struggle between men and women as defined by the pornography issue merely reflects a deeper,…
Descriptors: Advertising, Feminism, Marketing, Mass Media Effects
Iannotta, Joah G., Ed. – 2001
In response to a Congressional mandate in conjunction with the Protection of Children from Sexual Predators Act of 1998, a committee of experts was formed to explore both technical and nontechnical strategies for protecting children from pornography and other inappropriate Internet content. This book summarizes a workshop held in December 2000 to…
Descriptors: Change Strategies, Child Development, Children, Internet
Wicks, Robert H. – 1988
Because local television news appears to be resilient to audience erosion, programmers may find it beneficial to develop strategies that are accommodating to the interests of audience segments. This also suggests that advertisers may communicate more effectively with consumers sorted according to benefit orientation. After telephone interviews…
Descriptors: Advertising, Audience Analysis, Demography, Marketing
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