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    • Early childhood educators' qualifications and beliefs about developmentally appropriate practice 

      Kim, Nakhueng (uga, 2004-12)
      A number of research studies in early childhood education have examined the relationship between teachers’ qualifications and teachers’ beliefs about developmentally appropriate practice, and demonstrated that teachers’ ...
    • Early detection of dropout risk 

      Carter, Chandra Patrice (uga, 2010-08)
      Early school withdrawal, commonly referred to as dropout, is associated with a plethora of negative outcomes for students, schools, and society. Student engagement, however, presents a promising theoretical model and ...
    • Early entrance to college 

      Pagnani, Alexander Robert (uga, 2011-05)
      Through an ethnographic research design, the author examined the lived experiences of gifted students who entered college between the ages of 14 and 16. Research questions investigated both the lived experiences of ...
    • Early identification of students at-risk for noncompletion 

      Barry, Melissa J. (uga, 2008-12)
      High school completion is a national concern that fails to reach rates of 50% in some areas. Despite the need for interventions that facilitate completion, most research in this area is descriptive and focuses on interventions ...
    • Early literacy development in toddlerhood 

      Lee, Boh Young (uga, 2012-05)
      This dissertation, which is composed of four manuscripts, (i) addresses the features or elements in terms of emergent literacy development in toddlerhood for further exploration by searching and examining articles that ...
    • Early mother-child attachment quality, its antecedents, and consequences 

      Kim, Jihyoung (uga, 2015-12)
      The current study aimed to explore the mechanisms of how maternal employment status influences the mother-child attachment quality and how these early childhood experiences operate and are related to later social adjustment. ...
    • Early Muslim printing 

      Ayers, Bryan Sanford (uga, 2004-08)
      The adoption of the typographic printing press in Arabic script by Muslims took place in Istanbul in 1725. While the Christian and Jewish communities in Istanbul were utilizing the typographic press to print religious texts ...
    • Early parent child relationships and later risky sex outcomes among African American adolescents 

      Williams, Joy Ashley-Brianne (uga, 2014-12)
      This study assesses the relationship between parental warmth and monitoring in early childhood and later risky sex outcomes among a sample of African American adolescents. I use the Family and Community Health Study (FACHS) ...
    • Early risk factors of children in poverty 

      Park, Boyoung (uga, 2005-05)
      A number of research studies in early childhood education have examined the negative influence of poverty on child development. The children who live in poverty are more likely to have lack of socio-emotional support as ...
    • Early student engagement 

      Carter, Chandra Patrice (uga, 2013-08)
      There is little contention that student dropout is a pervasive and deleterious force affecting the U.S. educational system. In response to this crisis, dropout prevention and intervention have become salient focal points. ...
    • Earnings management around earnings benchmarks 

      Hansen, James Charles (uga, 2004-08)
      Chapter 1 examines the earnings management around earnings benchmark literature. The earnings benchmarks are the earnings level (loss avoidance), earnings changes (earnings improvement), and the analyst forecast benchmark. ...
    • EARS 

      Deltcheva, Vassilka Tentcheva (uga, 2001-12)
      EARS is an intelligent e-mail responding system, which allows its users to receive timely replies to their computer problems and questions. This project targets the most common computer support requests currently handled ...
    • "ease on down the road: black women's schooling narratives 

      Washington, Rachelle D (uga, 2006-05)
      Scholars writing about Black women’s lives have advocated a need to extend the research on the schooling experiences and girlhood stories of Black girls and women. Informed by Black feminist thought and womanist theory, I ...
    • East Tennessee's Grand Army 

      McGuire, Samuel Barak (uga, 2015-05)
      This dissertation examines the post-Civil War lives of black and white Union veterans who were members of the Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) in East Tennessee, from 1884 to 1913. The GAR was the largest and most powerful ...
    • Eastern bluebird (Sialia sialis) survival and dispersal in areas with high and low densities of red imported fire ants (Solenopsis invicta). 

      Lang, Jason Delbert (uga, 2013-12)
      Eastern bluebirds (Sialia sialis) and fire ants (Solenopsis invicta) may compete for food, ground arthropods. I describe eastern bluebird survival and dispersal for the 2001 to 2005 breeding seasons at two locations, ...
    • Eastern diamondback rattlesnakes 

      Stohlgren, Kevin Michael (uga, 2013-05)
      Eastern diamondback rattlesnakes (Crotalus adamanteus) are declining throughout their range. We used occupancy and population models to help direct future management objectives. Our occupancy analysis on Georgia’s barrier ...
    • Eat Georgia grown 

      Pritschet, Sara Jordan (uga, 2015-05)
      Fruit and vegetable intake is linked to prevention of several chronic diseases, however many Americans do not meet recommendations. The Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP) is a community nutrition education ...
    • Eat their words 

      Strickland, Tiffany (uga, 2014-05)
      Through a corpus-based discourse analysis of various texts from four different food-selling chains– Earth Fare, Trader Joe’s, Kroger, and Family Dollar – this study examines how different grocery stores use language to ...
    • Eat. Sleep. Watch Dawson's creek : teenagers' perceptions of teenage life on Dawson's creek 

      Hall, Amanda Stewart (uga, 2002-08)
      Drawing on cultural studies, especially Hall’s theory of encoding and decoding of texts (1973), this study examines how a sample of the audience of Dawson’s Creek, a Warner Brothers’ Television show, interpret and relate ...
    • Eating disorders and body image 

      Jarriel, Amanda Jackson (uga, 2011-05)
      This study was performed to determine what training athletic training and coaching professionals receive within the realm of body image and eating disorders that prepare them to work with female athletes. A second purpose ...