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    • Rabies virus infection-induced apoptosis 

      Sarmento, Luciana (uga, 2006-05)
      Induction of apoptosis by rabies virus (RV) has been reported to be associated with the expression of the glycoprotein (G), but inversely correlated with pathogenicity. However, the importance of apoptosis in the cause of ...
    • Rabies virus N, P and RNA interactions in vivo and mapping the functional domains of N in N-P and N-N interactions 

      LIU, PINGHUA (uga, 2004-08)
      Rabies virus (RV) nucleoprotein (N) is a multifunctional protein that plays a central role in viral RNA transcription and replication. Its functions require interactions with itself and with other viral components. In vitro ...
    • Race and alcohol consumption : the effects of race and alcohol expectancies in a college population 

      Cotton, Garnette Jolene (uga, 2002-12)
      This study examined the influence of ethnicity and beliefs regarding alcohol use on consumption patterns in a sample of Southeastern college students. ANOVAs revealed a significant group effect for amount of alcohol consumed ...
    • Race and Religion in Nibelungen Films 

      Penton, Tara Lee (uga, 2018-05)
      While the themes of race and religion play a role in the Nibelungenlied, they do not drive the plot of the narrative in any significant way – a surprising fact when one considers the modern adaptations of the Siegfried ...
    • Race and space 

      Schwartzberg, Jennifer Adele (uga, 2010-08)
      The Pan-German League’s push for colonial expansion was based on two ideas: race and space. These concepts emerge as the critical ideological values linking German ethnic superiority with Lebensraum to support a new ...
    • Race discrimination and disproportionality in school discipline 

      Nauman, Casie Mae (uga, 2012-12)
      Race discrimination and disproportionality is commonplace within United States school discipline procedures, as research suggests that African American students receive disciplinary action more frequently and severely than ...
    • Race is a verb 

      Jones, Violet R. Johnson (uga, 2004-08)
      This study uses poststructuralism, Michel Foucault’s “Effective History,” and Africanist epistemology to examine ways in which scholars in k-16 schools perpetuate subjugation by using Eurocentric and other discourses. This ...
    • Race talk in a teacher book club 

      Pettis, Victoria E (uga, 2004-08)
      The purpose of this qualitative study was to interview and observe 10 English teachers who participated in a book club at their urban public high school in a southeastern college town and examine, using critical race theory, ...
    • Race to the Top in Georgia 

      Goldie, David Francis Hugh (uga, 2014-05)
      For any public educational policy, which has a critical influence on how K-12 education is reformed, there should be some framework for public deliberation and debate that allows all stakeholders to have a voice. Race to ...
    • Race, class, and gender in women’s pathways to occupational gender segregation 

      Kennelly, Ivy Leigh (uga, 1999-08)
      Why do women work as secretaries? In this study I explore new ways to explain occupational gender segregation by focusing on women who work in the gender segregated occupation of secretary and the gender integrated occupation ...
    • Race, ethnicity, and the quality of life in America, 1972-2006 

      Lopez, Carlos A. (uga, 2008-05)
      Using data from the 1972-2006 General Social Surveys, this study extends and elaborates research on ascription and the quality of life. I examine how subjective measures such as happiness, health status, trust, and financial ...
    • Race, region, and realism in the postbellum fiction of Albion Tourgée, Charles Chesnutt, George Washington Cable, And Mark Twain 

      Barrow, Katherine Brown (uga, 2013-05)
      In the literary movements of Regionalism and Realism that emerged in the wake of the Civil War, Albion Tourgée (1838-1905), Mark Twain (1835-1910), George Washington Cable (1844-1925), and Charles Chesnutt (1858-1932) ...
    • Race, speech, identification, and ideology 

      Anderson, Kate (uga, 2006-05)
      RACE, SPEECH, IDENTIFICATION, AND IDEOLOGY: METHODOLGICAL INNOVATION AND INQUIRY Sociolinguistic studies of race and perceptions of speech are productive avenues of research with implications across academic disciplines ...
    • Racial identity and leisure experiences 

      Gross, Bantu David (uga, 2015-05)
      The purpose of this qualitative study was to examine the stories of eight African American males’ identity development within the context of leisure. Participants recruited for this study self-identified as African American ...
    • Racial identity and psychological coping strategies of African American males at a predominantly white university 

      Bridges, Eric Marcell (uga, 2004-05)
      The research of William Cross (1971) in the area of Black racial identity has demonstrated that the emergence of a Black identity is complex, multifaceted and dependent upon the context and historical space in which ...
    • Racial identity as a factor in preservice and inservice teachers' evaluations of students who speak Standard American and African American Vernacular English dialects 

      Chapman, Brooke Denise (uga, 2002-08)
      This study examines teachers’ linguistic stereotypes of their students and the impact of those stereotypes on teachers’ expectations of student academic achievement. Specifically, the study focuses on the teachers’ evaluations ...
    • Racial identity, internalized racism, discrimination distress, and parent racial socialization 

      Allen, Jasmin Nicole (uga, 2013-08)
      African American adolescents are disproportionately represented in the juvenile justice and encounter various race-related challenges. While there are conflicting theories that attempt to explain disproportionate minority ...
    • Racial standpoint and learning 

      Nowicki, Angela Nicole (uga, 2009-05)
      This qualitative research study sought to understand the ways in which student racial standpoint influences the skills and concepts which they report to have learned from an Interracial Communication and African American ...
    • Racism, discrimination and prejudice 

      Riley, Jamie Ronale (uga, 2011-05)
      This qualitative study grounded in the methodological traditions associated with Critical Race Theory, incorporated the use of storytelling and narratives in an attempt to uncover the nature of racist experiences for ...
    • RadiantWeb 

      Guttula, Chaitanya (uga, 2012-05)
      Semantic Web services are playing an important role in the Web 2.0 and the Semantic Web. Semantic Web services provide several advantages for Web service discovery, composition and invocation. Research in the area of ...