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Applying for Cherokee citizenship
This thesis examines the Dawes enrollment period between 1900 and 1906. It is unique in that it recaptures the history from the perspective of the applicants for Cherokee citizenship. In looking at the various ways that ...
Family, schooling and the identities of second-generation black Trinidadian women
In the U.S. race relations are often seen dichotomously as a black and white issue, rarely highlighting intra-racial and ethnic dynamics within race. In the case of second-generation black West Indians, their identities—racial, ...
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 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 ...
MARTA and the making of suburban conservatism
This thesis examines the debate surrounding the creation of the Metropolitan Atlanta Rail Transit Authority (MARTA) between 1960 and 1972. When it appeared on area ballots in November of 1968, MARTA was to be the crowning ...