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    • Public views of biculturalism 

      Kwon, Josephine (uga, 2010-05)
      As America becomes increasingly globalized, concepts such as multiculturalism and biculturalism will be important to consider in public policy and social issues. Biculturalism in a psychological light refers to the process ...
    • Public-private ventures in Georgia's public higher education 

      Stephens, Jennifer Hodges (uga, 2013-12)
      Public higher education in the U.S. has become more privatized over the last half-century. One way it has adapted to this privatized environment is through the use of a new funding model, the public-private venture (PPV). ...
    • Public-space design as catalyst for economic development 

      Lewis, Hazel Nadia (uga, 2010-08)
      Small towns across the US face similar problems; tight budgets and pressing needs keep rising faster than revenues, resulting in many communities struggling to maintain a viable economic base. In response to this dilemma, ...
    • Pulse wave velocity and vasoactive range 

      Reifenberger, Matthew Stanton (uga, 2004-08)
      Aging is associated with an increase in arterial stiffness. Two different methods were used to evaluate arterial stiffness, pulse wave velocity and vasoactive range, in a young group and in an older group of males. The ...
    • Pure mediated priming 

      Jones, Lara Lynn (uga, 2007-08)
      Mediated priming refers to the activation of a target (e.g., STRIPES) by a prime (e.g., LION) that is related indirectly via a connecting "mediator" (e.g., tiger). In previous mediated priming studies (e.g., McNamara & ...
    • Purine salvage in Helicobacter pylori 

      Miller, Erica Francesca (uga, 2013-08)
      Purines are essential for all living cells. This fact is reflected in the high degree of pathway conservation for purine metabolism across all domains of life. The availability of purines within a mammalian host is thought ...
    • Purple nutsedge biology and vegetable tolerance to EPTC 

      Wallace, Rebekah Danielle (uga, 2009-12)
      Studies were conducted from 2007 to 2009 to establish the tolerance of vegetable crops to S-ethyl dipropylthiocarbamate (EPTC) and to evaluate temperature variation effect on purple nutsedge tubers. For the vegetable ...
    • Purpose into practice 

      Hawley, Todd S. (uga, 2008-08)
      This study addresses a gap between recommendations and research regarding the development of purposeful rationales in social studies teacher education programs and the practices of first-year teachers. Adding to the ...
    • Pursuing responsibility 

      Bridges-Rhoads, Sarah Catherine (uga, 2011-08)
      This abstract aims to aid the reader in approaching this dissertation by expanding upon the content stated in its title (see Appendix A for a supplement to the title that complicates its function as a means of further ...
    • Pursuing the president's program 

      Kimbrell, Thomas Matthew (uga, 2012-05)
      Presidents bring to office a set of personal policy preferences and priorities which they wish to see eventuated during their time in office. How presidents choose to pursue their legislative programs has profound implications ...
    • Pushing and pulling 

      Polk, Jonathan Thomas (uga, 2007-12)
      This thesis investigates the relationship between transnational interest groups, The United Kingdom (UK) and The European Union (EU) on the issue area of climate change. It finds evidence to suggest that meaningful ...
    • Pushing back and pulling away 

      McClure, Gregory Scott (uga, 2010-05)
      Coteaching can be described as two educational professionals working together to provide instruction for the same group of students in the same physical environment. In the three article manuscripts that comprise this ...
    • Pushing epistemological boundaries : the expansion of the epistemological tradition within the work of William Alston 

      Segars, Nathan Douglas (uga, 2002-05)
      William Alston has set himself squarely among the most prominent figures in philosophy and contemporary epistemology. In the work that follows I shall be investigating whether his most recent work in epistemology might not ...
    • Pushing the ab initio limits for the accurate characterization of small molecular systems 

      Qiu, Yudong (uga, 2015-05)
      Modern quantum chemistry has merged as one of the most important tools for understanding and predicting various properties of chemical systems. Highly accurate <i>ab initio</i> methods like CCSD(T) provide quantitative ...
    • Pushing the boundaries of housewifery 

      Oglice, Eunice AnnaMaria (uga, 2004-05)
      The 1950’s was an era that welcomed Lucy Ricardo into their homes. The comedy I Love Lucy premiered on Oct. 15, 1951, on CBS. This study seeks to demonstrate and illustrate how Lucy Ricardo battled patriarchy, which was ...
    • Putting money where the mission is 

      Oliver, Scott Anthony (uga, 2016-05)
      The way an organization’s leadership budgets for and allocates resources can reflect that organization’s values and its mission. This is true even within college and university environments, as well for individual departments ...
    • Putting power on paper 

      Turney, Allison Shelton (uga, 2017-05)
      Why and how do powerful states institutionalize their military alliance treaties with much weaker partners? I argue the dominant approach to alliance treaty design—mutual capability aggregation—is ultimately too narrow ...
    • Putting power on paper 

      Turney, Allison Shelton (uga, 2017-05)
      Why and how do powerful states institutionalize their military alliance treaties with much weaker partners? I argue the dominant approach to alliance treaty design—mutual capability aggregation—is ultimately too narrow ...
    • Putting preservation to work 

      Duvekot, Laura Catherine (uga, 2015-05)
      Many American cities, regions, and states have begun to recognize the availability of housing that is conveniently-located and affordable to moderate-income “workforce” families as an important part of building sustainable ...
    • Putting reins on the dragon 

      West, Todd MacEgan (uga, 2007-05)
      Chinese nonproliferation export controls have dramatically changed since 1992. Before then, China regularly defied and mocked international efforts to control strategic exports. Since 1992, however, Beijing has been ...