Validating persistence model

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While traditional theories are useful in the study of persistence in some nontraditional students, many nontraditional female students are at high risk of not successfully persisting towards their educational goals.

The purpose of this study was to explore the perceptions and experiences of spirituality, as a validating factor and an intrinsic motivator to persist, in nontraditional female students in community and technical colleges.

This framework reconnects the intellect with the spirit.

In this study, it was found that spirituality was an internal validating factor for these nontraditional female students and this intrinsic motivation supports them in their persistence to achieve their goals.

The conceptual framework that informs this study is that of Sharon Daloz Parks' (2000) theories of faith development in the college years.

Reasons why this may occur Anemic Domain Model may occur in systems that are influenced from Service-Oriented Architectures, where behaviour does not or tends to not travel.

The anemic domain model is just a procedural style design, exactly the kind of thing that object bigots like me ...

have been fighting since our early days in Smalltalk.

What's worse, many people think that anemic objects are real objects, and thus completely miss the point of what object-oriented design is all about.

In an anemic domain design, business logic is typically implemented in separate classes which transform the state of the domain objects.

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