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    • “Daemonic” forces 

      Blake, Brandy Ball (uga, 2009-12)
      While the number of critical studies of fantasy has been growing since the 1970s, few critics have focused on the interplay between works of fantasy and trauma, its symptoms, and its theories. In this dissertation, I ...
    • Daily self-weighing and holiday-associated weight gain in adults 

      Kaviani, Sepideh (uga, 2018-12)
      Obesity is a worldwide health concern and is linked to the development of several chronic diseases. The rise in obesity prevalence has remained somewhat stable in the past few years. However, almost one-third of the United ...
    • Dairymap 

      Chellapilla, Sanjay Sharma (uga, 2003-08)
      This thesis describes the design and implementation of DairyMAP, a Web-based benchmarking analysis and Expert System for Dairy Herd Producers, as part of the Dairy Management Analysis Program undertaken by the Edgar L. ...
    • Dam crazy with wild consequences 

      Manganiello, Christopher John (uga, 2010-05)
      This dissertation is about water and power in the American South between 1890 and 1990. Corporate monopolies, state agents, and citizens clashed over the answer to a basic question: Who was best equipped to manage natural ...
    • Damping of stream temperature time series by hyporheic exchange 

      Kraseski, Kristin Ann (uga, 2015-05)
      Stream temperature is an important water quality attribute that influences instream processes, reaction rates, and species distributions. Solar radiation has the largest effect on water temperatures, but heat exchange ...
    • Dance as a vehicle for prejudice reduction and second language acquisition 

      Elhage, Fuad (uga, 2010-08)
      To examine dance as a vehicle for prejudice reduction and second language acquisition in multicultural learning contexts, a dance program was created each spring for four years as a cultural component of the Spanish class ...
    • Danger in the gray zone 

      Skelley, Esther Marie (uga, 2005-08)
      Policymakers frequently make sweeping generalizations about the positive relationship between the democracy agenda and U.S. national security. These generalizations are buttressed by important assumptions about the effects ...
    • Daniel Patrick Moynihan and the United Nations in transition 

      Lee, David Johnson (uga, 2004-12)
      This thesis will examine how the relationship between the United States and the United Nations began to change in the 1970s. At that time, the new members of the United Nations began to attack the United States and attempted ...
    • Daoism in modern China 

      Liu, Xuewen (uga, 2012-05)
      The facts regarding Daoism in modern China remain poorly understood even among scholars around the world. Until the early 21st century, Daoism in modern China was imagined to be moribund. And even some leading Western ...
    • Dark lonerism: 

      Bollini, Chris Thompson (uga, 2018-05)
      Commenting on the literary trope of loneliness that can spark action or epiphany, Robert A. Ferguson accounts for the many “fables” in America about the “solitary adventurer and its social variant, the self-made man,” by ...
    • Dark wanderers 

      Wilder, Lance Jason (uga, 2004-08)
      This project explores the phenomenon of what has often been called the “Gypsy Problem” in nineteenth-century Britain. Although the Roma/Gypsies have been in Great Britain at least since 1505, interest in the Gypsies ...
    • "Darkness reminds us of light" 

      Caudle, Jennifer M. (uga, 2004-08)
      From earliest adulthood, T.S. Eliot sought transcendence, a way to step out of the everyday and achieve a mystic understanding or heightened awareness. For him, although he agreed with the rest of the Modernist movement ...
    • “Darwin’s great idea” 

      Brooks, Angela Susan (uga, 2015-12)
      The purpose of this study was to understand teachers’ experiences and beliefs of the teaching of evolution within the context of public schooling in Georgia. In support of the purpose of this study, I devised the following ...
    • Das Element des Vampirischen als Kolonialismuskritik in Der Fremde (1847) und Dracula (1897) 

      Meyen, Juliane (uga, 2012-05)
      The aim of this Master’s Thesis is to show how the figure of the vampire can be read in connection to British and German vampire literature in the 19th century. By showing the metaphor of the vampire is used in German ...
    • Data analysis of the pattern information of the collective decision-making process in subterranean termites species 

      Huang, Yining (uga, 2016-08)
      Data were collected by a bioassay design to study the collective decision-making process of food searching for a subterranean termite species. The movements of termites were recorded by voltage-drop sensors, video-taping, ...
    • Data from the LAMSAS project 

      Knoll, Samantha Korrinn (uga, 2009-05)
      According to Kretzschmar, the linguistics of linguistic structure can be differentiated from the linguistics of speech based on the idea of the linguistic continuum: “the continuously variable behavior of individual speakers” ...
    • Data fusion 

      Khalil, George Magdy (uga, 2015-12)
      Maximizing the utility of surveys while not adding questions is of utmost importance to surveillance systems. Public health agencies need to keep the ever-decreasing number of participants from breaking off after an interview ...
    • Data use practices at Newbury Charter: 

      Greaves, Deborah Maria Odle (uga, 2018-05)
      This study examined, through an action research case study approach, the extent to which teachers at Newbury Charter School used data to inform their instruction. The study focused on the following questions: 1. How are ...
    • Data warehouse architectures 

      Ariyachandra, Thilini (uga, 2004-12)
      There is an ongoing debate about which data warehouse architecture should be used to implement a data warehouse. Using existing theory and interviews with a panel of experts, this research proposed a model that identifies ...
    • Database development and geovisualization for managing national park resources 

      Dolezal, John robert (uga, 2005-08)
      Lands managed by the National Park Service (NPS) are continually introduced to natural disturbances and human impacts that can damage their natural and cultural resources. Park vegetation often faces destruction from ...