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The study investigated the impact of gendered ideology, identity, efficacy, and climate on career persistence for women in the STEM industry. The study used role congruity theory to describe perceived disparity in congruence ...
There is currently little scholarly research on public relations education, less on diversity education in public relations and none that looks at how professors define diversity and how they pass the message to their ...
"A thing double-existent"
While most scholarship grants Paulina uncanny power only insofar as she relates to Lucy, this thesis submits that Paulina evinces an uncanny liminality of her own in Charlotte Bronte's Villette. After exploring the development ...
Acting feminine on the South's antebellum and Civil War stages
This dissertation analyzes the theatrical repertory and performative daily roles of women who acted on the antebellum and Civil War southern stage. Actresses helped shape gendered identity for the South by entrenching and ...
A narrative of synthetic fear
The purpose of this study is to examine how synthetic fear functions in a virtual world by focusing on the researcherÕs immersion within a video game. It takes the form of an arts-based autoethnographic study in order to ...