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Examination Of Two Decades In Used Clothing Trade: The Case Of The United States And Selected Developed Economies, Youngji Lee, Ling Zhang, Elena E. Karpova Dec 2016

Examination Of Two Decades In Used Clothing Trade: The Case Of The United States And Selected Developed Economies, Youngji Lee, Ling Zhang, Elena E. Karpova

Apparel, Events and Hospitality Management Publications

This research examined two decades of the U.S. used clothing exports to the world. All countries (209) were classified into four groups based on the level of economic development. Between 1996 and 2012, U.S. used clothing exports shifted away from low-income economies to high-income economies. For the first time, our research demonstrated that the majority of used clothing discarded by American consumers is exported to high-income economies instead of poorest nations of the world. Next, used clothing exports and imports by volume and value in seven high-income countries were analyzed. The high-income countries not only exported but also ...


Matching Sourcing Destination With Fashion Brands’ Business Model: Comparative Advantages Of Bangladesh And Vietnam Apparel Industries, Bertha Jacobs, Leslie H. Simpson, Sara O. Nelson, Elena E. Karpova Dec 2016

Matching Sourcing Destination With Fashion Brands’ Business Model: Comparative Advantages Of Bangladesh And Vietnam Apparel Industries, Bertha Jacobs, Leslie H. Simpson, Sara O. Nelson, Elena E. Karpova

Apparel, Events and Hospitality Management Publications

This study investigated the comparative advantages of the Bangladeshi and Vietnamese apparel industries using Global Value Chain (GVC) framework. In this study, the GVC framework was expanded to include social and environmental sustainability issues. Secondary data, for the 2012 - 2013 period, were collected and analyzed for each component of the apparel GVC. The findings indicated that while both countries have unique comparative advantages, Vietnam clearly emerged as a leader on many GVC components. Bangladesh’s comparative advantage lies in lower wages, producing high volume orders, and lean manufacturing. In spite of Vietnam’s higher labor costs, it has comparative advantages ...


Campus Vol Iv N 1, Don Duncan, Bill Hauser, Barrie Bedell, John Hodges, Ralph Talbot, Rusty Barton, Ed Johnston, Don Hodgson, Bob Rossi, Dick Chase Dec 2016

Campus Vol Iv N 1, Don Duncan, Bill Hauser, Barrie Bedell, John Hodges, Ralph Talbot, Rusty Barton, Ed Johnston, Don Hodgson, Bob Rossi, Dick Chase

Campus

Duncan, Don. "To Be Bop Or Not To Be". Prose. 2.

Hauser, Bill. "After Hours Almanac". Prose. 4.

Bedell, Barrie and John Hodges. "Camera Crime". Picture. 5.

Anonymous. "God I thank Thee That I Am Not As Other Men". Prose. 7.

Talbot, Ralph. "What's Wrong With Denison Men and Women". Prose. 8.

Barton, Rusty and Ed Johnston. "Fashions For Fall". Prose. 9.

Anonymous. "The Return of the Native". Prose. 10.

Hodgson, Don. "Harold and The Broken heart". Prose. 12.

Rossi, Bob. "Sweat, Blood, and Cheers..." Cartoon. 13.

Anonymous. "Reunion At Denison". Prose. 14.

Chase, Dick. "Campus Works Out With ...


Campus Vol Iii N 4, Robert Wilson, Bill Hauser, Don Hodgson, Hugh Wittich, Rusty Barton, Ed Johnston, Bob Rossi, Tom Rees, Jack Matthews, Gene Horyn, Terry Thurn Dec 2016

Campus Vol Iii N 4, Robert Wilson, Bill Hauser, Don Hodgson, Hugh Wittich, Rusty Barton, Ed Johnston, Bob Rossi, Tom Rees, Jack Matthews, Gene Horyn, Terry Thurn

Campus

Wilson, Robert. "The Last of the Huldars". Prose. 2.

Hauser, Bill. "Guide to After Hours Antics". Prose. 3.

Hodgson, Don. "Father Time Reflects". Prose. 4.

Wittich, Hugh. "Looking Ahead". Prose. 6.

Subler, Doc. "Do You Know Your Campus?" Picture. 7.

Barton, Rusty and Johnston, Ed. "Campus College Fashions". Prose. 8.

Bedell, Barry and John Hodges. "So You Think You're an Operator?- or - An Expose of Conditions At Denison in 1920". Prose. 10.

Rossi, Bob. "Ah! Spring Vacation (Or...All Hell Breaks out in The United States)". Cartoon. 11.

Rees, Tom. "Panhell Panorama". Picture. 12.

Matthews, Jack. "Scenes From Midnight ...


Campus Vol Iii N 3, Lynn Olwin, Terry Thurn, Ralph Gilbert, Jim Marshall, Tom Cooperrider, Terry Thurn, Rod Wishard, Gene Horyn, Jack Mathews, James Gould Dec 2016

Campus Vol Iii N 3, Lynn Olwin, Terry Thurn, Ralph Gilbert, Jim Marshall, Tom Cooperrider, Terry Thurn, Rod Wishard, Gene Horyn, Jack Mathews, James Gould

Campus

Olwin, Lynn. "The Vacuum. "Prose. 2.

Gilbert, Ralph and Terry Thurn. "Backstage With Home of The Brave". Prose. 4.

Marshall, Jim. "Boy Meets Laundromat". Prose. 6.

Cooperrider, Tom. "From One Room". Prose. 7.

Thurn, Terry. "Evaluation of a Blind Date". Picture. 8.

Wishard, Rod. "The Case Presented". Prose. 10.

Horyn, Gene. "Tug of War With Time Clocks". Prose. 11.

Gould, James and Jack Matthews. "Cigarettes and Coke and Wild, Wild Coeds". Prose. 13.


Campus Vol Iii N 2, Lynn Olwin, Hugh Wittich, Ed Subler, Ralph Gilbert, John Blashill, Jim Stiverson-Terry Thurn, Kenneth Shelford, Dave Fairless, Jack Mathews-George Ducro, Gene Horyn, Don Hodgson Dec 2016

Campus Vol Iii N 2, Lynn Olwin, Hugh Wittich, Ed Subler, Ralph Gilbert, John Blashill, Jim Stiverson-Terry Thurn, Kenneth Shelford, Dave Fairless, Jack Mathews-George Ducro, Gene Horyn, Don Hodgson

Campus

Olwin, Lynn. "The Picture". Prose. 2.; Wittich, Hugh. "Mister Diablos". Prose. 3.; Subler, Ed. "A Backward Glance". Picture. 4.; Gilbert, Ralph. ""Going Uphill?" Or, An India Ink Indictment of the Drag as the Air Gets Mighty Thin Towards the Top, Mother". Cartoon. 6.

Blashill, John. "Local Man Killed". Prose. 7.

Stiverson, Jim and Terry Thurn. "Sadie Hawkins Dance". Picture. 8.

Shelford, Kenneth. "Night and John Barlow -- A Sketch". Prose. 10.

Fairless, Dave. "'Twas The Night Before Christmas". Picture. 11.

Ducro, George and Jack Mathews. "The Case of the Consumptive Capon". Prose. 12.

Hoyrn, Gene. "Forty-Three years of Progress". Prose. 13 ...


Campus Vol Ii N 3, Nancy Sayre, Hugh Wittich, Jay Shaw, William T. Utter, Spiros Mandamadiotis, Glen Bammann, Terry Thurn, Sam Robinson, Olney Dekker, Jane Roudebush Dec 2016

Campus Vol Ii N 3, Nancy Sayre, Hugh Wittich, Jay Shaw, William T. Utter, Spiros Mandamadiotis, Glen Bammann, Terry Thurn, Sam Robinson, Olney Dekker, Jane Roudebush

Campus

Sayre, Nancy. "The Long & Short of It". Prose. 2.

Wittich, Hugh. "The Long & Short of It". Prose. 2.

Shaw, Jay. "The Most Unforgettable Professor I've met". Prose. 4.

Utter, Wm. T. "The Most Unforgettable Student I've Met". Prose. 4.

Mandamadiotis, Spiros. "Traitors Are Innocent". Prose. 5.

Bammann, Glenn. "Exposé". Prose. 6.

Robinson, Sam and Terry Thurn. "How They Do It At Denison". Picture. 8.

Dekker, Olney. "Quite a Record". Prose. 10.

Findeisen, Bob. "New Courses". Prose. 11.

Findeisen, Bob. "Budget Blues$". Prose. 12.

Roudebush, Jane. "Campus Wheel". Picture. 15.

Anonymous. Untitled. Poem. 15.


Campus Vol 1 N 3, George Todd, Ellen Fanslow, Robert Findeisen, John C. Thomas, Betty Harman Dec 2016

Campus Vol 1 N 3, George Todd, Ellen Fanslow, Robert Findeisen, John C. Thomas, Betty Harman

Campus

Todd, George. "The Valentine". Prose. 2.

Fanslow, Ellen. "Campus Canines". Prose. 3.

Anonymous. "Spring Glimpses on Campus". Picture. 4.

Anonymous. "Casual Corners". Prose. 6.

Welch, Vera. "Death is Not Sad". Poem. 7.

Welch, Vera. "I Do Not Love You". Poem. 7.

Taylor, Louis. "Clouds". Poem. 7.

Dancy, Betty Jane. "Pray Tell Me M' Lord". Poem. 7.

Dancy, Betty Jane. "Really Our Friendship is Perfect". Poem. 7.

Dancy, Betty Jane. "You Say You Love Me For My Faith". Poem. 7.

B.Z. "The Mountain". Poem. 7.

Findeisen, Robert. "Do You Want to Be A Doctor?" Cartoon. 8.

Thomas, John C. "Campus ...


Campus Vol 1 N 2, Thea Wise, Bob Findeisen, Gloria Weber, Winifred Smith, John G. Thomas, Janet Teachnor Dec 2016

Campus Vol 1 N 2, Thea Wise, Bob Findeisen, Gloria Weber, Winifred Smith, John G. Thomas, Janet Teachnor

Campus

Wise, Thea. "Variation On A Theme". Prose. 2.

Findeisen, Bob. "A Fine Art". Prose. 3.; Anonymous. "Winter Moments On Campus". Picture. 4.

Anonymous. "Transient Types". Cartoon. 6.

Smith, Winifred and Gloria Weber. "A Sweetheart Serenade". Prose. 8.

Anonymous. "High Man on A Bed Post". Prose. 9.

Thomas, John G. "Campus Kaleidoscope". Prose. 10.

Anonymous. "Fraternities: The Way We See 'Em". 12.

Meyer, Marilynn. "Study Time At East". Poem. 14.

Meyer, Marilynn. "IF". Poem. 14.

Leonard, Judy. "Magic Music". Poem. 14.

Teachnor, Janet. "Weighty Words". Prose. 17.


Campus Vol I N 1, John Saveson, Glen Bammann, Jean Brokaw, Willy Loranger, Bob Jain, Charles Youngblood, Betty Harman, Jo Alford, Dawn Jackson Dec 2016

Campus Vol I N 1, John Saveson, Glen Bammann, Jean Brokaw, Willy Loranger, Bob Jain, Charles Youngblood, Betty Harman, Jo Alford, Dawn Jackson

Campus

Saveson, John. "Seguille". Prose. 2.

Bammann, Glenn. "Behind The Scenes". Prose. 3.

Thompson, Rolan. "Autumn Nocturne". Picture. 4.

Little, Marjorie. "Three Quatrains". Poem. 6.

Little, Marjorie. "Inland Spring". Poem. 6.

Little, Marjorie. "Triolet". Poem. 6.

Little, Marjorie. "Magic". Poem. 6.

Little, Marjorie. "Invitation". Poem. 6.

Dancy, Betty Jane. "Dad's Home". Poem. 6.

Dancy, Betty Jane. Untitled. Poem. 6.

Brokaw, Jean. "The Responsibility is Mine". Prose. 7.

Loranger, Willy. "Dig and Drive". Prose. 8.

Jain, Bob. "The Bargain". Prose. 10.

Youngblood, Charles. "Have You Read..." Prose. 11.

Alford, Jo et al. "Happy Days Are Here Again!". Prose. 12.

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Fear And Nostalgia In Immigration, Daniel A. Matthews Dec 2016

Fear And Nostalgia In Immigration, Daniel A. Matthews

School of Arts & Sciences Theses

Fear and Nostalgia in Immigration is a project that uses re-occuring memory and experiential memory to help us understand our common histories. The projects asks individuals to first share a re-occuring memory by writing it on a chalkboard. The next step is to then write an experiential memory about immigration, this can be a story you might have heard or it could be something from your own family history. These two tasks are done on a communal table where several individuals are engage in the same task at the same time. This aim of this exercise is to have something ...


Interface: Fringe Landscapes And Identity, Elizabeth T. Lewin Dec 2016

Interface: Fringe Landscapes And Identity, Elizabeth T. Lewin

School of Arts & Sciences Theses

An MFA thesis that weaves together: virtual landscapes, escapism, Theresa Hak Kyung Cha, utopia, family, and identity.


Private Conversation, Gahee Park Dec 2016

Private Conversation, Gahee Park

School of Arts & Sciences Theses

My thesis paper "Private Conversation" discusses the themes, contexts, and influences relevant to paintings and drawings I made during my MFA studies.


Betty Foy Sanders Department Of Art News Dec 2016

Betty Foy Sanders Department Of Art News

Art Department Newsletter

  • Visual Arts Coordinator, Carrollton, GA
  • Penland School of Crafts, Resident Artist
  • Call for Entries: CA 2017 Illustration Competition


Vida En Sombras, Tommy Canales Burns Dec 2016

Vida En Sombras, Tommy Canales Burns

CGU MFA Theses

Verisimilitude. What is reality? Subconsciously we are acting out and absorbing information collating data and in turn responding with instincts. Learning processes to view and shape this world. I think of the Hermann Hesse’s doppelganger, the idea of a shadow self. Group identities can also have strange shadow selves. It is bizarre to look back at history and see the changing context of social norms, fashions, traditions, scientific, philosophical, and political thought. Art is a sign of the times, creating space for the inner dialogue of collective consciousness to be purged and hashed out.


Iain Muirhead, Iain Muirhead Dec 2016

Iain Muirhead, Iain Muirhead

CGU MFA Theses

Artist IAIN MUIRHEAD seeks possibility in a world of massive change. His work cultivates instability and chases an ungrounded experience. Systemic complexity and creative destruction are characteristic. Muirhead uses paint, objects, photography, installation, and video to break apart and reconfigure form and space. Terror often looms. Entropy gives way to emergence.


Gauguin's Savage Document Work: Understanding As Function, Tim Gorichanaz Dec 2016

Gauguin's Savage Document Work: Understanding As Function, Tim Gorichanaz

Proceedings from the Document Academy

We tend to think of documents as things that provide answers, but documents can also provoke questions. This can be seen clearly in the study of art-making as document work, since the power of art is not in how it can represent reality, but how it can pose questions to reality. In this paper, I examine the work of 19th-century artist Paul Gauguin, which proceeded through iterative abstraction and productive reproduction. Gauguin's document work was a mode of questioning with the epistemic and communicative aim of understanding.


From Classic Novel To Broadway Musical Production: An Examination Of Little Women As An Adaptation, Meghan Skiles Dec 2016

From Classic Novel To Broadway Musical Production: An Examination Of Little Women As An Adaptation, Meghan Skiles

HON499 projects

Little Women by Louisa May Alcott is a classic work of American literature that has been adapted into many different forms since its original publication in 1868. This essay analyzes the effects of adapting a novel, or written medium, to a visual medium such as a film or stage production. Particularly, it looks at Alcott’s Little Women in relation to Allan Knee’s 2005 Broadway musical adaptation of the story. This article begins with a discussion about the challenges that come with adapting a written medium to a visual medium, and then uses Little Women as a case study ...


Betty Foy Sanders Department Of Art News Dec 2016

Betty Foy Sanders Department Of Art News

Art Department Newsletter

  • Apply Now for 2017 Scholarships and Awards!


Mdocs Poster-2016-12-13, Student Showcase, Jordana Dym, Jesse Wakeman Dec 2016

Mdocs Poster-2016-12-13, Student Showcase, Jordana Dym, Jesse Wakeman

MDOCS Publications

MDOCS Student Work Showcases

Tue, December 13 @ 6-8pm, Davis: Act I

Wed, December 14 @ 6-8pm, Davis: Act II

Check out what the students in DS courses have been up to this semester. For two nights, an array of video, audio, and multimedia work will be presented in Emerson auditorium.

Event organized by students in DS 251B: Festival Programming Followed by a reception with light snacks and refreshments.


The Three Year Clock, Sam Roeck Dec 2016

The Three Year Clock, Sam Roeck

School of Arts & Sciences Theses

Roeck: I mean, it’s “a” future. It’s like half what I want to be and half completely not what I want. I didn’t want to create a future that I was entirely excited about because I’m not actually that excited about the future. It looks pretty fucking grim.


Betty Foy Sanders Department Of Art News Dec 2016

Betty Foy Sanders Department Of Art News

Art Department Newsletter

  • Letter by Chloe Coulibaly


Retirement Reboot: A Website Redesign, Christina Gillen Dec 2016

Retirement Reboot: A Website Redesign, Christina Gillen

Honors Projects

A website could be created with the latest technology, but after a few years it will still need to be updated. This is what happened to Swanton Health Care and Retirement Center’s website. This project is designed to remedy the problem by creating an entirely new website with updated content, images, and interactive features to bring Swanton Health Care’s online presence back to life.


Moments, Matthew Benjamin Mcmilon Dec 2016

Moments, Matthew Benjamin Mcmilon

Theses Digitization Project

I am an interdisciplinary artist, educator and writer from Southern California. My practice explores the ways in which images, text and even something as complex as human identity are all made up of fragmented parts that work together to establish visual narrative. Working across multiple media, I create artworks that are lyrical and chaotic and place them in highly aestheticized conditions. My work depicts universal themes of love, loss and resilience over social and political oppression. Additionally, my work questions ideas of social and personal validity, agency and the visually queer.


Adaptive Environments For Enabling Senior Citizens: An Holistic Assessment Tool For Housing Design And Iot-Based Technologies, Matteo Zallio, Damon Berry, Niccolò Casiddu Dec 2016

Adaptive Environments For Enabling Senior Citizens: An Holistic Assessment Tool For Housing Design And Iot-Based Technologies, Matteo Zallio, Damon Berry, Niccolò Casiddu

Conference papers

The population of older adults will continuously increase over the coming decades. As they get older, people will require assistance and regular monitoring, with higher costs for welfare system and families. Two vital aspects of a healthy lifestyle, are domestic autonomy and maintenance of relationships within the neighborhood. This leads to an interesting research issue: “Could houses and appliances have the potential to improve autonomy and quality of life of citizens? Which methods and tools could enhance wellbeing and healthy conditions? The house has the potential to be a safe, adaptive environment, integrated with technologies for life support. This work ...


Strange Bodies: Hybrid, Text, And The Human Form. Prints From The Sheldon Museum Of Art, Alison G. Stewart , Editor Dec 2016

Strange Bodies: Hybrid, Text, And The Human Form. Prints From The Sheldon Museum Of Art, Alison G. Stewart , Editor

Zea E-Books

Catalogue for the Sheldon Museum of Art’s exhibition “Strange Bodies: Hybrid, Text, and the Human Form," selected and curated by Professor Alison Stewart’s “History of Prints: New Media of the Renaissance” class during the fall semester of 2016 in the School of Art, Art History, & Design at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. Each of the eleven prints offers a different understanding or take on the body. Some are grounded in the physical and social aspects of humanity, while others present the body as a site for fantastic imagination and performance. Still others reference the printed page as a ...


African American Culture In Historical Art Museums: Remembering A Buried Tragic Past, Lana Sarkisian Dec 2016

African American Culture In Historical Art Museums: Remembering A Buried Tragic Past, Lana Sarkisian

Student Scholar Symposium Abstracts and Posters

The transparency of reality reflecting in art often represents a false tragedy in African American history because of the lack of preservation and representation due to a predominantly white dominion, ultimately leaving the veracity of their history to consign to oblivion. There is a common thread of forgetfulness with the retrieval of art in today’s society that embodies the African American community. Although artist Fred Wilson does not explicitly assert his assessment to the lack of black representation on account of cultural differences, he vocalizes how African American culture is indoctrinated to the public in a white, supremacist national ...


Beyond The Stage: The Influence Of Theatre In Walt Disney Imagineering, Cassaundra Soumas Dec 2016

Beyond The Stage: The Influence Of Theatre In Walt Disney Imagineering, Cassaundra Soumas

Student Scholar Symposium Abstracts and Posters

Walt Disney Imagineering is the head design team behind Walt Disney Parks and Resorts. Their experts and creators spearhead all projects, from shows and attractions to architecture and locations. Their groundbreaking work has put them at the forefront of the Themed Entertainment Industry. While they have become trendsetters in the world of entertainment, much of their foundation is still based in the world of theatre. Through this thesis, I will examine just how much of an influence theatre has had in the foundation of Walt Disney Imagineering. From simple verbiage to designs, theatre is present in many levels. I will ...


Art And Science: Blurring The Poetic And The Analytical, Caitlin M. David Dec 2016

Art And Science: Blurring The Poetic And The Analytical, Caitlin M. David

Bachelor of Fine Arts Senior Papers

Abstract: Despite a modern conception of art and science as being fundamentally opposed, both have at their core a desire to explain the inexplicable. Their investigations and the communication of the results of these investigations can be blurred at both poetic and analytical junctions. Vivified abstract thought, or the poetic, can be thought of as instigating the ubiquitous desire to explain the inexplicable. Fruitful analysis of resulting data and representation of that data must consider the idiom of both art and science if it is to successfully cross between them, and special emphasis must be placed on the diagram as ...


Livd: Issue 15.2: "Letting Go", Portland State University. School Of Art + Design Dec 2016

Livd: Issue 15.2: "Letting Go", Portland State University. School Of Art + Design

LIVD

Layout, imagery, and editing: Meredith James

LIVD is a semi/annual publication produced in the Pacific Northwest, dedicated to the intersection of art, design, culture and how these influence lived experience.

LIVD pays hommage to the inspiring and idealistic efforts of the early twentieth century avant-garde, balancing the academic with the personal and experimental.

Issue 15.2 includes contributions responding to the following prompt: screwing up, messing up, vulnerability, shame... that sort of thing. Why isn't the prompt simply: failure? Because something strange happens when you ask people to talk about failure, they start talking about something else entirely ...