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The Place of Framing: Multiple Audiences and Antiwar Protests near Fort Bragg
      
Finally, a third gossamer wall lies between ourselves and our readers and audiences as well as the epistemological or epistemic communities wherein our work is located, read, reviewed, and received.
      
These controversies undermine the credibility of qualitative research for clinical and health services research audiences.
      
The current voluntary standards for declaring conflicts of interest to readers of medical journals and audiences at medical conferences are inadequate.
      
Foremost here is the use of implied audiences, mirrors, and real audiences, as manipulations of social conditions.
      
Furthermore, there have been no attempts to link media coverage of sports to the lifestyles of their audiences.
      
The self in self-handicapping: Differential effects of public and private internal audiences
      
To show this, we manipulated the objective situation separately from the cognitive salience of public and private internal audiences.
      
Half of the audiences were presented as public speaking experts and half as novices.
      
We are in the process of producing a range of eductional materials to teach robotics to a variety of audiences using the LEGO Mindstorms Robotics Invention System.
      
We briefly review the programming environments currently available, and consider how appropriate they are for each of our candidate audiences.
      
It is suggested that no single programming environment is suitable for all audiences.
      
He lectured tirelessly to a broad range of audiences and traveled widely, spreading Stony Brook's name and attracting graduate students to the university.
      
Those who have worked in the Royal Institution of Great Britain have, since its foundation in 1799, made significant contributions to scientific knowledge, to its practical application, and to its communication to a wide variety of audiences.
      
Mass media images offer audiences models for how to perform the social roles they depict.
      
If archival practice is to beinfluenced by the postmodern ideas of theauthors of the essays in these two volumes,then archivists must see that the script,stage, and audiences have changed.
      
They act in ways that they anticipate their various audiences would desire.
      
If archival practice is to be influenced by the postmodern ideas of the authors of the essays in these two volumes, then archivists must see that the script, stage, and audiences have changed.
      
This essay investigates `ideological pronouncement,' a kind of rhetoric that undermines and limits the possibility of critical discussion among target audiences, as an enemy of sound argumentation.
      
A case is made for considering the active ways audiences influence the strategies of arguers and for seeing the role of rhetoric in argumentation as both fundamental and reasonable on its own terms.
      
 

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