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Effectiveness of Three Communication Media for Aquisition of Information about Macadamia Nut Cultivation
|Title:||Effectiveness of Three Communication Media for Aquisition of Information about Macadamia Nut Cultivation|
|Date Issued:||15 Jan 2014|
|Publisher:||University of Hawaii at Manoa|
|Abstract:||Three channels of mediated instructional communication -- printed pamphlet, videotape, and computer program -- intended for aquisition of information about Macadamia Nut cultivation in Hawaii were evaluated to assess effectiveness. Effectiveness was conceptualized as cognitive knowledge gain. In order to measure cognitive knowledge gain, a pretest/stimulus/posttest experiment was conducted using a sample of 24 University of Hawaii at Manoa students. Besides the above mentioned media, additional independent variables of sex, age, academic level, and the factor of English being a first language were addressed as variables affecting knowledge gain.|
|Pages/Duration:||vi, 70 pages|
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Honors Projects for Communication|
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