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Volume 7 Full Text, Bjur Staff Apr 2021

Volume 7 Full Text, Bjur Staff

Butler Journal of Undergraduate Research

No abstract provided.


Table Of Contents And Front Matter, Bjur Staff Apr 2021

Table Of Contents And Front Matter, Bjur Staff

Butler Journal of Undergraduate Research

No abstract provided.


72 Orchids, Lilly Hinckley Oct 2020

72 Orchids, Lilly Hinckley

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No abstract provided.


Underground Lipstick, Garrett Davis Oct 2020

Underground Lipstick, Garrett Davis

Manuscripts

No abstract provided.


Paris, Lilly Hinckley Oct 2020

Paris, Lilly Hinckley

Manuscripts

No abstract provided.


What I Do, Miriam Berne Oct 2020

What I Do, Miriam Berne

Manuscripts

No abstract provided.


Stirring Movements, Brian Clow Oct 2020

Stirring Movements, Brian Clow

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If We Had A Kid, - Darrel - Oct 2020

If We Had A Kid, - Darrel -

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Volume 6 Full Text, Bjur Staff May 2020

Volume 6 Full Text, Bjur Staff

Butler Journal of Undergraduate Research

No abstract provided.


Women’S Empowerment Or Exploitation Of Women? Examining The Implications Of Economic Empowerment Programming, Billie White May 2020

Women’S Empowerment Or Exploitation Of Women? Examining The Implications Of Economic Empowerment Programming, Billie White

Butler Journal of Undergraduate Research

No abstract provided.


The Butler-Tarkington Community Member Views On The Perceived Gentrification, Julio C. Trujillo, Jr., Ethan Daniels May 2020

The Butler-Tarkington Community Member Views On The Perceived Gentrification, Julio C. Trujillo, Jr., Ethan Daniels

Butler Journal of Undergraduate Research

No abstract provided.


Cyber Jihadism: An Analysis On How The Cyber Sphere Has Altered Islamic Terrorism, Simon Spangenberg May 2020

Cyber Jihadism: An Analysis On How The Cyber Sphere Has Altered Islamic Terrorism, Simon Spangenberg

Butler Journal of Undergraduate Research

No abstract provided.


Parent Interaction Between An Infant With A Cochlear Implant And Additional Disabilities, Lillian J. Southern May 2020

Parent Interaction Between An Infant With A Cochlear Implant And Additional Disabilities, Lillian J. Southern

Butler Journal of Undergraduate Research

No abstract provided.


Drowning In Depression: A Reading Of William Cowper’S “The Castaway”, Katrina B. Skalko May 2020

Drowning In Depression: A Reading Of William Cowper’S “The Castaway”, Katrina B. Skalko

Butler Journal of Undergraduate Research

No abstract provided.


A Matter Of Perspective: Reportage Style In District 9 (2009), M. Mert Örsler May 2020

A Matter Of Perspective: Reportage Style In District 9 (2009), M. Mert Örsler

Butler Journal of Undergraduate Research

No abstract provided.


The Motivations And Perceived Benefits Of Student Participation In Dance Marathon, Emily J. Nettesheim May 2020

The Motivations And Perceived Benefits Of Student Participation In Dance Marathon, Emily J. Nettesheim

Butler Journal of Undergraduate Research

No abstract provided.


Border Security And Immigration Policy: The Fight Against Terrorism, Caroline Klenck May 2020

Border Security And Immigration Policy: The Fight Against Terrorism, Caroline Klenck

Butler Journal of Undergraduate Research

No abstract provided.


Comparison Of Patient Outcomes In A Pharmacist-Led Parenteral Antimicrobial Therapy Program, Zachary W. Howe, Lindsay Saum, Jennifer Mccann May 2020

Comparison Of Patient Outcomes In A Pharmacist-Led Parenteral Antimicrobial Therapy Program, Zachary W. Howe, Lindsay Saum, Jennifer Mccann

Butler Journal of Undergraduate Research

No abstract provided.


What Do You Want To Be When You Grow Up? Cognitive Flexibility Influences Career Decision Making And Related Anxiety, Emily M. Flandermeyer, Keegan G. Sawin May 2020

What Do You Want To Be When You Grow Up? Cognitive Flexibility Influences Career Decision Making And Related Anxiety, Emily M. Flandermeyer, Keegan G. Sawin

Butler Journal of Undergraduate Research

No abstract provided.


Table Of Contents And Front Matter, Bjur Staff May 2020

Table Of Contents And Front Matter, Bjur Staff

Butler Journal of Undergraduate Research

No abstract provided.


Faith, Doubt, And Reason - Conclusion And Epilogue, Brent Hege Feb 2020

Faith, Doubt, And Reason - Conclusion And Epilogue, Brent Hege

Scholarship and Professional Work - LAS

Courtesy of Wipf and Stock Publishers:

Faith, doubt, and reason are universal human faculties, yet they are frequently misunderstood, denigrated, and even abused. What does it mean to have faith, and what distinguishes faith from belief? Can someone have faith without religious commitments? What is doubt, and what is its relationship to faith and belief? How do we make sense of evil and suffering? What roles does reason play in our lives? What do we do when we have the sneaking suspicion that life is absurd? What do we love, and what do we fear? How do faith, doubt, and ...


Terrible Am I, Child?, Camille Arnett Jan 2020

Terrible Am I, Child?, Camille Arnett

Undergraduate Honors Thesis Collection

The modern period of intergenerational strife between the aging-out Baby Boomers and the Millennials who have come forth to replace them in an infrastructure that cannot support them is a struggle that carries with it unique psychological implications ripe for literary exploration. Understanding these conflicts in a profound way is an important challenge to take on, and one which can, in my belief, be best achieved through literature. My work, a draft of a novel entitled Terrible Am I, Child?, is a family drama which takes the symbolic generational divide and uses it as a framework for exploring issues of ...


Reitz Or Wrong: An Industrial, Environmental, And Political Analysis Of Evansville’S “Lumber Baron”, Jarrod Koester Jan 2020

Reitz Or Wrong: An Industrial, Environmental, And Political Analysis Of Evansville’S “Lumber Baron”, Jarrod Koester

Undergraduate Honors Thesis Collection

For nearly two centuries, the history of Evansville, Indiana has remained incomplete as historians and the general public have not recognized some of the key factors responsible for the city’s famed past. The generally accepted history of Evansville, the state’s third-largest city, conveys valiant tales of industrialization, transportation, and successful entrepreneurs who overcame insurmountable odds and left everlasting impressions on the people of the region. While the once-prosperous city was a significant national port and participated heavily in transatlantic and transcontinental trade, Evansville’s historical significance has diminished over the course of the twentieth century. What were once ...


The Specificity Behind The Sparkle: The In’S And Out’S Of Disney Choreography And Park Productions, Laura Theisen Jan 2020

The Specificity Behind The Sparkle: The In’S And Out’S Of Disney Choreography And Park Productions, Laura Theisen

Undergraduate Honors Thesis Collection

The Walt Disney Company has revolutionized the use of choreography and dance in commercial settings to showcase the value, talent, and passion of the dancer while impacting and inspiring their guests. This has led to the development of their signature style felt throughout all of their productions. Dance is vital to the Disney aesthetic as they use the art form to illuminate the “Magic.” People have very high expectations for the Disney brand, especially the theme parks. To make sure that the Disney quality is upheld they utilize their foundational rules and promote their trademark style. The creative teams ensure ...


Paternalism And Autonomy In Transgender Healthcare, Charles Finley Jan 2020

Paternalism And Autonomy In Transgender Healthcare, Charles Finley

Undergraduate Honors Thesis Collection

Transgender healthcare has made considerable advancements in the quality of patient care and gender confirmation surgical technique throughout the past several decades, which has led to a significant increase in patient satisfaction and overall physical and mental wellbeing. However, there are still several issues that remain to be addressed, many associated with excess paternalism by physicians and violations of patient autonomy. These problems can be mitigated by improving LGBTQ+ and transgender-related medical education for physicians, updating healthcare insurance coverage requirements to be more in line with current care standards, developing appropriate guidelines for lifelong primary care and geriatric care, and ...


The Battle Of Representation: Analyzing The Role Of The Senate In The Late Republic Of Rome And The United States, Gracie Munroe Jan 2020

The Battle Of Representation: Analyzing The Role Of The Senate In The Late Republic Of Rome And The United States, Gracie Munroe

Undergraduate Honors Thesis Collection

The Late Roman Republic was divided into two political factions, the Populares and the Optimates, who quarreled on whether the voice of the people through votes in popular assemblies should have greater weight in government than the opinions and wisdom of the Roman Senate who, being composed of elite Roman aristocrats, believed were more qualified than the average Roman citizens to govern. A parallel idea of representation exists in the United States, in which two schools of thought emerge, the Trustee Model of Representation versus the Delegate model. In this project, I analyzed the language and rhetoric utilized by ancient ...


Women’S Rights As Human Rights: A Study Of Muslim Women’S Reproductive Justice In Contemporary Saudi Arabia And Egypt, Sophia Harris Jan 2020

Women’S Rights As Human Rights: A Study Of Muslim Women’S Reproductive Justice In Contemporary Saudi Arabia And Egypt, Sophia Harris

Undergraduate Honors Thesis Collection

Muslim women’s reproductive justice has been formulated through strict applications and interpretations of religious and spiritual texts as well as the legal opinions of Islamic jurists and other trusted members of the Islamic community. I examine a conservative nation’s interpretation of these texts (Saudi Arabia) in comparison to a more liberal nation’s interpretations (Egypt), which are utilized to form policy on Muslim women’s reproductive justice. I also discuss research provided by the United Nations and other international organizations on the subject in each country. The question of justice has been an ongoing and controversial one, especially ...


Red Towers, Sean Kisch Jan 2020

Red Towers, Sean Kisch

Graduate Thesis Collection

Red Towers is named after Bratislava Castle in Bratislava, Slovakia. I spent the summers of 2017 and 2019 traveling to different cities in Slovakia, and since my own heritage is Slovak, I began thinking about the idea of "home." What makes a home a home? Where was home for me? Red Towers is divided into two sections. In the first section I tried to capture the feeling of excitement that comes with leaving home, exploring the unknown, and experiencing new things. The second section is much more gentle and contemplative, and expresses the longing to return home. I decided on ...


Editors’ Introduction: Radical Philosophy And Politics Amid The Climate Crisis And The Coronavirus Pandemic, Harry Van Der Linden, Reed M. Kurtz Jan 2020

Editors’ Introduction: Radical Philosophy And Politics Amid The Climate Crisis And The Coronavirus Pandemic, Harry Van Der Linden, Reed M. Kurtz

Scholarship and Professional Work - LAS

Editors’ Introduction: Radical Philosophy and Politics Amid the Climate Crisis and the Coronavirus Pandemic for Radical Philosophy Review.


The Mandaean Book Of John: Text And Translation, James F. Mcgrath, Charles G. Häberl Jan 2020

The Mandaean Book Of John: Text And Translation, James F. Mcgrath, Charles G. Häberl

Scholarship and Professional Work - LAS

No abstract provided.