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    • Narrative, time, and trauma theory in Spenser's The faerie queene 

      Chappell, Maria (uga, 2009-05)
      The complex narrative structure of Edmund Spenser's The Faerie Queene has been noted and studied at length. The timeline gets muddled in places, stopping in stasis, racing ahead over periods of time, and even defying ...
    • Narratives of early college high school students 

      Foster, LaQuesha (uga, 2018-12)
      Seldom are the experiences of Early College High School (ECHS) students studied while they are simultaneously working towards high school and college completion. Designed to assist with school reform, ECHS programs provide ...
    • Narratives of Irony and Romance in Grieg's Cello Sonata in A Minor: A Performer's Analysis 

      Abrantes Sicilia, Ana Cristina Barbosa (uga, 2017-12)
      This dissertation explores the interaction between structure and meaning in the three movements of Edvard Grieg’s Cello Sonata in A Minor, building a unique interpretation of this work solely based on analysis, rather than ...
    • Narrow vision, short life 

      Gardner, Elizabeth (uga, 2016-05)
      In this thesis, I examine how vision functions in Kate Chopin’s The Awakening. Vision, as it is used here, refers to an individual’s perspective and their view of the world, not just physical sight. Ultimately, I argue ...
    • Nash problem on spaces of arcs 

      Petrov, Peter (uga, 2007-08)
      This thesis is organized as an introduction to the Nash problem on arc spaces and a survey of all (known to the author) results, which give a positive or negative answer to it. We start with the class of toric and stable ...
    • Nat Turner's revolt 

      Breen, Patrick H. (uga, 2005-05)
      In 1831, Nat Turner led a revolt in Southampton County, Virginia. The revolt itself lasted little more than a day before it was suppressed by whites from the area. Many people died during the revolt, including the largest ...
    • National and state dimensions of major policy change 

      Tankersley, Holley Elizabeth (uga, 2006-08)
      The body of literature investigating why, when, and how major policy changes take place in a federal system of governance is fragmented at best. Some scholars suggest that national policy changes are initiated by partisan ...
    • National forest use and outdoor recreation constraints across four ethnic and minority populations in Georgia 

      Parker, Susan Elizabeth (uga, 2013-05)
      The people of the United States enjoy and recreate on public lands including national forests which provide a variety of settings and opportunities for various outdoor recreation activities. Additionally, recent research ...
    • National heritage areas in the United States : partnerships, preservation, conservation, and economic development 

      Straehla, Laura Blake (uga, 2003-05)
      Regardless of current historic preservation recognition and regulatory methods, the establishment of nationally designated heritage areas is a major step forward in the understanding, recognition, appreciation, and protection ...
    • National Historic Preservation Act [section] 402 

      Blanchard, Guy Vincent (uga, 2011-05)
      Section 402 of the National Historic Preservation Act was included as part of the 1980 Amendments to the Act. Its language is similar to § 106 governing federal agency actions within the United States, but no formal review ...
    • National minorities and economic development in post-reform China 

      Sharik, George N. (uga, 2006-12)
      Within the borders of The People’s Republic of China (PRC) are 55 officially recognized ethnic minority groups. While attempting to modernize and encourage economic development, the government of the PRC has faced many ...
    • National park visitation 

      Stowers, Matthew Alec (uga, 2018-05)
      The National Park Service was established by the Organic Act of 1916 with the purpose of managing the ‘crown jewels’ of the American landscape, the National Parks, along with other unique sites for their scenic, environmental, ...
    • Native and exotic ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) of Georgia 

      Ipser, Reid Matthew (uga, 2004-08)
      The red imported fire ant, Solenopsis invicta Buren, is an invasive species that causes medical and economic problems, endangers domestic animals and wildlife, displaces native species, and disrupts natural habitats. This ...
    • Native and exotic earthworms in a California oak savanna ecosystem 

      Winsome, Thais (uga, 2003-08)
      California’s oak savanna supports a unique, indigenous earthworm fauna. Throughout California, anthropogenic disturbance and habitat loss have resulted in the displacement of native earthworm species with exotic species ...
    • Native and non-native instructors’ discourse patterns and feedback in upper-level Spanish classes 

      Lemberg, Leah R. (uga, 2015-05)
      This study focuses on the discourse patterns and feedback produced by native and non-native Spanish-speaking instructors in upper-level college Spanish classes. Previous studies have analyzed the efficacy of triadic discourse ...
    • Native plant establishment and competition with an invasive species on Georgia roadsides 

      Johnston, Christopher Ross (uga, 2014-12)
      Invasive species are a costly problem on roadsides in Georgia that require chemical and cultural control. Currently, agronomists manage invasive weeds with mowing and herbicide applications on grassy roadsides but alternative ...
    • Natural inhibition of Listeria monocytogenes in ready to eat meat products 

      Mora-Cossio, Danitza (uga, 2006-05)
      Ready to eat meat products have been the source for the isolation of some LAB which are known to produce metabolic byproducts with inhibitory activity against spoilage and pathogenic bacteria. Leuconostoc carnosum 4010 was ...
    • Natural products as possible treatments for Type II Diabetes Mellitus and its complications 

      Farrar, Johnetta L. (uga, 2006-12)
      Diabetes mellitus is a chronic disease caused by inherited and/or acquired deficiency in production of insulin by the pancreas, or by the ineffectiveness of the insulin that is produced. Such a deficiency results in increased ...
    • Natural schoolyards 

      Pesis, Breanne Megan (uga, 2014-12)
      Children gain numerous benefits from interacting with the natural environment including increased focus, dexterity, and problem-solving skills. In recent decades, however, a loss of interaction with nature has separated ...
    • Natural variation of large plasmids in bacterial populations 

      Williams, Laura Erin (uga, 2009-05)
      Plasmids encode an extraordinary range of adaptive functions, including antibiotic resistances, virulence factors and degradative enzymes. Plasmids also mediate horizontal gene transfer, which impacts evolution of bacterial ...