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Theses - December 2021

The influence of social media on teens' self-esteem

Gallagher, Shannon Murphy, Rowan University, 2017, M.A. Subject: Social psychology

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L'intertextualite biblique dans "En attendant Godot" en "Fin de Partie" de Samuel Beckett

Rigby, George Thomas, Carleton University (Canada), 1993, M.A. Subject: Romance literature

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Reforming the criminal justice system: A pragmatic approach to building a sustainable system

Smith, Da'Mon J., University of Central Oklahoma, 2011, M.A. Subject: Public administration

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Otherness and Imperialism in Things Fall Apart and Heart of Darkness

Bundu-Conteh, Alhassan, Bowie State University, 2014, M.A. Subject: African literature

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Is There An Association Between Endodontic Pathosis and Cardiovascular Disease? A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis

Christian, Arabella, University of Maryland, Baltimore, 2015, M.S. Subject: Dentistry

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The Danger of 'No': Rejection Violence, Toxic Masculinity and Violence Against Women

Thacker, Lily, Eastern Kentucky University, 2019, M.S. Subject: Criminology

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Menstruation & physical activity: A test of the theory of planned behavior and menstrual attitudes

Croteau, Camille M., California State University, Fullerton, 2015, M.S. Subject: Kinesiology

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Le identita di Griselda attraverso il suo rapporto coniugale in Boccaccio, Petrarca e Chaucer

Vazquez, Mariel, Georgetown University, 2016, M.A. Subject: Literature

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Social Media Use and Its Impact on Body Image: The Effects of Body Comparison Tendency, Motivation for Social Media Use, and Social Media Platform on Body Esteem in Young Women

Puglia, Deanna R., The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2017, M.A. Subject: Public health

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Social Media and Self-Esteem: The Relationship of Social Media Usage and Self-Esteem

Barker, Jody Don, Arkansas State University, 2018, M.S.M.C. Subject: Psychology

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Exploring Positives and Negatives of Social Media and Their Effects on LGBT Youth in America

Norton, Shelby, Pacifica Graduate Institute, 2016, M.S. Subject: Counseling Psychology

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UBER: A Case Study in Strategy, Leadership and Change

Spott, Patrick, The College of St. Scholastica, 2018, M.B.A. Subject: Management

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Gender neutral parenting: An argument for a place on the contemporary feminist agenda

Dumas, Moira Duffy, Southern Connecticut State University, 2014, M.A. Subject: Women's studies

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Progenitor or mere predecessor: A study of ukiyo-e' s place in the development of modern manga through the works of Rumiko Takahashi

Jackson, Julia Fields, University of Missouri - Kansas City, 2014, A.M. Subject: Art history

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A Study of the History of Cryptocurrency and Associated Risks and Threats

Madey, Robert Stanley, Utica College, 2017, M.S. Subject: Computer science

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Application of Investigative Psychology to Psychodynamic and Human Development Theories: Examining Traits and Typologies of Serial Killers

Smith, Jordyn, California Baptist University, 2018, M.A. Subject: Behavioral psychology

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Reel Women: Gender Stereotypes in Film

Krahn, Kayla, Eastern Michigan University, 2015, M.A. Subject: Communication

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The relationship between remote work and job satisfaction: the mediating roles of perceived autonomy, work-family conflict, and telecommuting intensity

Schall, Marie Antoinette, San Jose State University, 2019, M.S. Subject: Psychology

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Survival by Any Means: Race and Gender, Passing and Performance in Octavia Butler's Parable of the Sower and Parable of the Talents

Moreno, Micah R., Florida Atlantic University, 2017, M.A. Subject: Literature

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Understanding the Marketing and Management of Trails Using Pestel Analysis

Fosher, Holly, University of New Hampshire, 2018, M.S. Subject: Recreation

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Facebook and Relationships: A Study of How Social Media Use is Affecting Long-Term Relationships

Farrugia, Rianne C., Rochester Institute of Technology, 2013, M.S. Subject: Mass communication

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Organizational strategies that inspire and improve employee retention and morale

Saliba, Soraya, Royal Roads University (Canada), 2007, M.A. Subject: Management

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Positive and Negative Effects of Social Media on Adolescent Well-Being

Kennedy, Katie, Minnesota State University, Mankato, 2019, M.S. Subject: Health education

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Gentrified barrio: Gentrification and the Latino community in San Francisco's Mission District

Nyborg, Anne Meredith, University of California, San Diego, 2008, M.A. Subject: Hispanic American studies

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Exploring the effects of scarcity, impulse buying, and product returning behavior in the fast fashion environment among female fashion conscious consumers

Chatvijit, Sasikarn, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, 2012, M.S. Subject: Marketing

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Newsworthiness and the "missing White woman syndrome"

Slakoff, Danielle C., California State University, Long Beach, 2013, M.S. Subject: Criminology

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Generation Z and Corporate Social Responsibility

Uche, Sharon C., Syracuse University, 2018, M.S. Subject: Communication

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Our Sunken Place: "Post-Racial" America in Jordan Peele's Get Out

Hughes, Brooke Dianne-Mae, State University of New York at Buffalo, 2018, M.A. Subject: Film studies

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Development and validation of the Toxic Leadership Scale

Schmidt, Andrew Alexander, University of Maryland, College Park, 2008, M.S. Subject: Occupational psychology

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