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Name: Fred Mader
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& Mader, D. (1996, December 6). Using the internet in undergraduate business education: Integrated information or token technology? Paper presented at the Third Educational Innovation in Economics and Business International Conference, Orlando, FL.
& Cooper, J. (1996). Nelson revisited: An analysis of prime time television. Proceedings of the Third Annual Meeting of the American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences, 5 ( pp. 76-80). Las Vegas, NV.
& Mader, D. (1996). Targeting the elderly: Maybe they see it, maybe they don’t. Proceedings of the Twelfth Annual Meeting of the Atlantic Marketing Association (pp. 256-262). Baltimore, MD.
& Mader, D. (1996). Workforce diversity: Or, have you checked your colleague’s pulse lately. Proceedings of the Seventeenth Annual Southern Industrial Relations and Human Resource Conference (pp. 28-30). University of North Carolina at Asheville, Asheville, NC.
& Mader, D. (1996). Getting students off their seats and into learning: In-class involvement activities. Proceedings of the Seventh Annual Business/Economics Teaching Conference, 2(#45). Elmhurst College, Chicago, IL.
Abramson, J., & Hollingshead, C. (1998). Smoking regulation: A new environmental factor for small business. Proceedings of the Fifth Annual Meeting of the American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences , 4 (pp. 47-54). Las Vegas. NV.
& Mader, D. (1998). The use of health care professionals as sources of information for the care of the child. Proceedings of the Fifth Annual Meeting of the American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences, 7 (pp. 132-137). Las Vegas, NV.
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