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The complexity of non-completion
While we do know that some groups of students are more likely to drop out than others, dropout is a complex process, and currently no single model of dropout captures the true complexity of the paths that lead to a student ...
Covering the tracks
The 1965 Rolling Stones' hit, "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction", epitomizes domineeringmasculinity and aggressive sexuality. Saturated with unrelenting rhythms, emphatic vocaldelivery, cocky and phallocentric lyrics, musical ...
Watching the World Cup, American style
This project explores the role of international sport and mass media in the processes of identity formation and the creation of symbolic boundaries between groups. Using qualitative content analysis I document the patterned ...
The effects of speech rate on Spanish oral exam results
This study examines the effects that speech rate has on the perception of communication, fluency, grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation in university undergraduate Spanish oral exams. First, speech samples were obtained ...
Affect toward computers who coerce in social exchange
How does interaction, specifically coercive interaction, with computer or human actors change one’s affective perception of them? "Computers Are Social Actors" (CASA) research posits that people interact with computers ...