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    The Black Bear Hunt in New Jersey: A Constructionist Analysis of an Intractable Conflict.Dave Harker & Diane Bates - 2007 - Society and Animals 15 (4):329-352.
    The black bear hunt in New Jersey represents a symbolic clash of understandings about how human beings should live with nonhuman animals who typify intractable conflicts involving potentially dangerous mammals. Manifest and latent content analysis of newspaper editorial materials—written over a 10-year period, ending in 2005—document 2 findings. First, hunt supporters and opponents promote specific constructions of bears, hunters, and other actors in their letters and editorials. Second, these constructions are not only different but contradictory. Opponents and supporters portray bears (...)
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    Encouraging CS Students to Compute for Social Good Through Collaborative, Community-Engaged Projects.S. Monisha Pulimood, Kim Pearson & Diane Bates - 2021 - Acm Sigcas Computers and Society 49 (1):21-22.
    Which pedagogical techniques better engage computer science students in computing for social good? We examine this question with students enrolled in classes using the Collaborating Across Boundaries to Engage Undergraduates in Computational Thinking pedagogical model, that pairs CS and non-CS courses with a community partner to propose solutions to a local problem. Pre- and post-tests of self-assessed concerns about civic responsibility, global responsibility, and local civic efficacy were administered to the students in a three-year long pedagogical experiment, which paired five (...)
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    Selective Versus Passive Television Viewing.John R. Ryan, Diane Bates & Richard A. Peterson - 1986 - Communications 12 (3):81-96.
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