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  • Analytics databases: 

    Fan, Yang (uga, 2018-05)
    With the emergence of Big Data era, real-time analytics data management systems are highly in need in the areas such as business intelligence, predictive analytics. Column-oriented database is created as a type of NoSQL ...
  • Development and evaluation of a code-switching instruction for early elementary school African American students 

    Byrd, Arynn Simone (uga, 2018-05)
    Contrastive analysis has shown promise as an effective way to teach African American students to code switch bidirectionally between Mainstream American English (MAE) and African American English (AAE). However, limited ...
  • The co-production of terroir in a Hungarian wine region: 

    Brawner, Amanda June (uga, 2018-05)
    Terroir, or “the taste of place” (Trubek 2008), is the unique assemblage of environmental and cultural factors that define a particular geography, essentialized in the food products of that region. Empirical accounts of ...
  • The emancipatory act of utilizing voice to challenge the deficit paradigm of teenage pregnancy: 

    Brown, Taryrn Tc (uga, 2018-05)
    Through an interdisciplinary lens, the purpose of this dissertation was to investigate the impact of stigmatizing discourses on Black teen-mothers’ sense of themselves and how they understand their mothering in the context ...
  • Developing a culture of evidence: 

    Corey, Shannon Renee (uga, 2018-05)
    Various regional and national agencies have made a call to action for accountability in higher education. Much has been written about assessment and the elements that support an evidence-based culture, yet little is ...
  • Part of a larger whole: 

    Dopp, Jordan Alexis (uga, 2018-05)
    This thesis examines a female portrait painted on a wooden panel of unclear provenience from the corpus of over one thousand so-called Fayum mummy portraits created during the Roman period of Egypt (1st-mid 3rd century ...
  • Exploring the teaching heart: 

    Brenes-Dawsey, Joseph Culbertson (uga, 2018-05)
    The purpose of this study was to explore how adult educators describe and make meaning of emotional labor experiences, as well as the conditions that give rise to those experiences. The study was guided by the following ...
  • Tragic accents: 

    Caldwell, Deborah Ashton (uga, 2018-05)
    Between the years 2001 and 2014, John Adams, Mohammed Fairouz, Amy Scurria, and Eric Ewazen wrote five works commemorating September 11th, 2001. Although they are in five different genres, each of these works contain a ...
  • A critical look at safety instruction in the general chemistry laboratory 

    Broussard, Hayley Patricia (uga, 2018-05)
    Over the past two decades, general and organic chemistry classrooms have incorporated active learning techniques to replace the long-held tradition of “sage on the stage” lectures. These active learning strategies have ...
  • Living on the edge: 

    Braman, Charles Austin (uga, 2018-05)
    Bait surveys were undertaken in the summers of 2016 and 2017 for ants on the primary dunes of three Georgian barrier islands. Species diversity was higher than expected, with multiple new records for the state. Assemblage ...
  • Gilded Over: 

    Burns, Julius Carter (uga, 2018-05)
    This thesis explores the career of architect Sidney Vanuxem Stratton, one of the first American students to attend the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris. Afterwards, he worked with Richard Morris Hunt and McKim, Mead & White. ...
  • Circumlitio: 

    Cavedo, Bradley Brent (uga, 2018-05)
    This thesis reevaluates the meaning of the contested Latin term circumlitio in Pliny the Elder’s anecdote (35.133) about the fourth-century BCE Greek painter Nicias and the contemporary sculptor Praxiteles. Analysis of ...
  • Lifeline: 

    Balfour, Giselle Marissa (uga, 2018-05)
    Purpose. As knowledge of the causes and consequences of human trafficking continues to grow globally, it has become evident that the needs of survivors and vulnerable women and girls are numerous, and the process of ...
  • Dark lonerism: 

    Bollini, Chris Thompson (uga, 2018-05)
    Commenting on the literary trope of loneliness that can spark action or epiphany, Robert A. Ferguson accounts for the many “fables” in America about the “solitary adventurer and its social variant, the self-made man,” by ...
  • Exploring the lived experiences of homeless college students: 

    Blackburn, India Lucretia (uga, 2018-05)
    Homeless students who attend college often find it difficult to persist to graduation. The purpose of this phenomenological research study was to explore the phenomenon of college students who experienced homelessness and ...
  • Phosphate amendments for chemical immobilization of uranium in contaminated soil 

    Baker, Matthew Robert (uga, 2018-05)
    Uranium (U) contamination is a major environmental problem associated with the mining and processing of nuclear materials for both weapons and power production. When possible in situ soil remediation techniques are preferable ...
  • Alba longa: 

    Becker, Douglas Austin (uga, 2018-05)
    This thesis explores how Alba Longa played a role in shaping Roman identity and self-perception. It first considers the ways that Roman rites and ceremonies held at Alba, primarily the Feriae Latinae and the Alban Mount ...
  • Analysis of the technical literature for double bass applied to orchestral excerpts 

    Amaral, Claudia Silva Do (uga, 2018-05)
    This research identifies technical issues found in some of the most demanding orchestral excerpts for double bass required in auditions and offers technical exercises from the double bass literature that can help refine ...
  • Partners in education: 

    Ammons, James Frederick (uga, 2018-05)
    Science educators have used field trips to enhance classroom instruction for many years. This dissertation presents two studies examining what is known about field trips focused on outdoor education. The first is a targeted ...
  • Exploring the role of social interaction in higher education employee engagement 

    Barlow, Justin Robert (uga, 2018-05)
    Using Hobfoll’s (1989) Conservation of Resources Theory, this phenomenological study examined the lived experience and outcomes of employees spending time in other offices within a division of student affairs and enrollment ...

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