November 27, 2020

    TOURISM IN WESTERN EUROPE

    Tourism is an area of great economic significance to the EU. About 900 million holiday trips, almost evenly distributed between…
    June 7, 2021

    Accelerated Learning, the Brain, Competencies and Interviews

    Accelerated learning has developed from Georgi Lazanov’s ‘Suggestopedia’, a technique for introducing positive suggestions and eliminating the negative in the…
    February 24, 2020

    Customer Relationships: CRM Gets Social

    In the traditional sales cycle, CRM (customer relationship management) forms a datadriven understructure that powers an overall customer life cycle.…
    April 25, 2021

    Self-Management and Personal Development

    This opening chapter explores three issues. There is an introductory consideration of the self, an exploration of a model of…
    May 1, 2020

    A Process Model of Consumer Cultivation: The Role of Television Is a Function of the Type of Judgment

    Bring up the issue of media effects in any group and it is likely to unleash a torrent of opinions.…
    December 25, 2020

    Social Technology and Business Decisions

    The real business challenge with the Social Web isn’t social media itself, but rather its relationship to the business or…
    July 30, 2021

    Developing Creativity, Intuition and Innovation in Schools

    CREATIVITY – THE STARTING POINT Highly effective school leaders encourage the creativity of staff to find better solutions to school…
    May 25, 2020

    Paths From Television Violence to Aggression: Reinterpreting the Evidence

    Entertainment provides at least three gratifications: a respite from the anxieties and pressures of everyday life; the opportunity to compare…
    July 1, 2020

    Effects of Socioeconomic Status: Poverty and Health

    Many of the foods commonly eaten by African Americans, such as greens, yellow vegetables, legumes, beans, and rice, are rich…
    June 28, 2020

    EFFECTS OF MEDIA-CREATED VISUAL IMAGES ON RESPONSES TO ACTUAL PEOPLE AND EVENTS

    To reiterate, Shrum et al.’s (this volume) research clearly demonstrates that exposing television viewers to fictional events can influence their…
    
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