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    • Cultural structures and tactical repertoires 

      Cherry, Elizabeth Regan (uga, 2008-05)
      The animal rights movements in France and the United States share a common historical trajectory, moving from animal protection, to early vegetarian societies, to first wave animal rights activism. However, despite ...
    • Cultural survival and resource use at the margin 

      Greenawalt, Robert David (uga, 2006-08)
      This dissertation focuses on the Garifuna people living in the community of Punta Gorda in the Bay Islands of Honduras and the relationship between their marginal social, economic, and political status and their maritime ...
    • Cultural transvestism in the works of Catalina de Erauso and Mayra Santos-Febres 

      Crawford, Shanye (uga, 2007-05)
      La historia de la Monja Alférez is the autobiography of Catalina de Erauso, a Basque woman whose vital options under the rigid norms of the 17th century are the convent or marriage. Written by Mayra Santos-Febres, Sirena ...
    • Cultural zones and existential security 

      Nicholson, George Bryan (uga, 2006-12)
      Classical secularization theory holds that societies become less religious as they modernize. Responding to empirical and theoretical critiques of the theory, Norris and Inglehart (2004) promote a modified version based ...
    • Cultural, professional and personal influences on the teaching identity development of international teaching assistants 

      Williams, Gwendolyn Mae (uga, 2006-08)
      This study examined how international teaching assistants (ITAs) construct their teacher identities within an American university setting. Specifically, this study focused on the cultural influences from their native and ...
    • Culturally relevant programming in action 

      Erwin, Patricia Louise (uga, 2010-08)
      The purpose of this study was to understand how a preventive intervention, specifically a marriage education program, was designed to meet the needs of African American couples. The research questions were: 1) What are ...
    • Culturally responsive practices of African American educators before and after desegregation 

      Garrett, Sherri Denise (uga, 2015-05)
      As an African American child growing up in the segregated South, my formative years were nurtured by teachers who looked like me, lived in my neighborhood, attended my church and knew my family. This autoethongraphical ...
    • Culture and credibility 

      Carter, Victoria Marie (uga, 2013-05)
      This study investigates the sense-making process of parents in a developing country after receiving an oral cleft diagnosis for their child. Data collection took place at an Operation Smile mission in Juliaca, Peru and ...
    • Culture and crisis: 

      Henry, Travis Ryan (uga, 2018-05)
      Cultural Adaptation is the process by which a dominant culture group interacts among non-dominant culture groups in society and groups’ behaviors change as a result. This process often results in inter-cultural stress, but ...
    • Culture and democracy 

      Wilson, Dwight (uga, 2010-12)
      Mexico has made a transition to democracy, but appears not have reached the stage of consolidated liberal democracy. Given the inadequacy of institutional views of explaining consolidation, theorists have turned to the ...
    • Culture intensity and stand density effects on tree quality in midrotation loblolly pine plantations in the Southeast 

      Green, Patrick Corey (uga, 2015-05)
      Current loblolly pine (Pinus taeda) culture x density studies in the Piedmont and Upper Coastal Plain of the Southeast, the Plantation Management Research Cooperative (PMRC) South Atlantic Gulf Slope (SAGS) studies, were ...
    • Culture of thinness or protective effect 

      Modzelewski, Cheri (uga, 2008-05)
      Attractiveness level is an important aspect of dating in Western culture. Many previous researchers have shown that beauty is rewarded while those who do not follow the typical ideal may be disadvantaged. This typical ideal ...
    • Culture, diversity, and school-safety programs 

      Bussey, Jennifer Lena (uga, 2015-08)
      The purpose of this study was to analyze the cultural considerations and influences when teaching the radKIDS curriculum to diverse kindergarten students with the aim of increasing knowledge of safety and empowerment about ...
    • Culture-independent characterization of DOC-transforming bacteriplankton in coastal seawater 

      Mou, Xiaozhen (uga, 2006-12)
      Bacterially-mediated transformation of aromatic monomers and organic osmolytes, two important components of the dissolved organic (DOC) pool in coastal seawater, is significant in the biogeochemical cycling of essential ...
    • Cumulative effects of small reservoir construction 

      Ignatius, Amber Rose (uga, 2015-08)
      Despite the critical importance of water management in the Southeastern U.S., policymakers and water professionals have little information regarding the ecological impacts of the region’s several thousand small artificial ...
    • Cumulus 

      Cole, Tobiah (2005)
    • Cupid recalled 

      Beers, Neil Adam (uga, 2004-05)
      Tristia 2 is the prime example of Ovid’s attempt, while in exile, to defend and reinterpret his erotic poetry in the form of an apologia pro vita sua to the emperor who banished him. In Epistulae Ex Ponto 3.3, Cupid reappears ...
    • Curami 

      De, Reshmi (uga, 2015-05)
      The use of computing has become nearly ubiquitous in biomedical sciences, which resulted in the creation of numerous data sets and data sources. To assure accuracy, data sets such as UniProt, Reactome, and COSMIC have to ...