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The Use Of Multimedia In Large Classrooms, Don Morrow May 1999

The Use Of Multimedia In Large Classrooms, Don Morrow

Donald Morrow

No abstract provided.


The New Technologies And The University Classroom: The Changing Roles Of Faculty And Instructional Developers, Don Morrow May 1999

The New Technologies And The University Classroom: The Changing Roles Of Faculty And Instructional Developers, Don Morrow

Donald Morrow

No abstract provided.


Virtual Power: Gendering The Nurse-Technology Relationship, Julie Fairman, Pat D'Antonio Dec 1998

Virtual Power: Gendering The Nurse-Technology Relationship, Julie Fairman, Pat D'Antonio

Julie A Fairman

No abstract provided.


Playing Doctor? Nurse Practitioners, Physicians, And The Dilemma Of Shared Practice, Julie Fairman Dec 1998

Playing Doctor? Nurse Practitioners, Physicians, And The Dilemma Of Shared Practice, Julie Fairman

Julie A Fairman

No abstract provided.


Delegated By Default Or Negotiated By Need: Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, And The Process Of Clinical Thinking, Julie Fairman Dec 1998

Delegated By Default Or Negotiated By Need: Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, And The Process Of Clinical Thinking, Julie Fairman

Julie A Fairman

No abstract provided.


The Alliance Party Of Northern Ireland And Power Sharing In A Divided Society, Allan Leonard Dec 1998

The Alliance Party Of Northern Ireland And Power Sharing In A Divided Society, Allan Leonard

Allan Leonard

The government of Northern Ireland from 1920 to 1972 represented a one-party government, or more appropriately, a segmental majority of unionism; Nationalist parties were perpetually unable to, as well as restricted from, achieving control of government. Political processes since then have been to compel Unionists to share power with others. There is more than one way to apply power sharing, with consociational (Lijphart 1977) or integrative (Horowitz 1985; 1991) elements. The result can be a more or less integrated society (Sisk 1996).

My thesis is that with the achievement of the 1998 Agreement, Alliance’s pursuit of a Northern Ireland-integrative ...


Creating Critical Care: The Case Of The Hospital Of The University Of Pennsylvania, 1950-1965, Julie Fairman, S Kagan Dec 1998

Creating Critical Care: The Case Of The Hospital Of The University Of Pennsylvania, 1950-1965, Julie Fairman, S Kagan

Julie A Fairman

No abstract provided.


Boycott!: Louise Imogen Guiney And The American Protective Association, Patricia Fanning Dec 1998

Boycott!: Louise Imogen Guiney And The American Protective Association, Patricia Fanning

Patricia J. Fanning

Irish-American poet and author Louise Imogen Guiney endured anti-Catholic discrimination in Boston during the 1890’s. Well known to contemporary Bostonians as both a writer and the daughter of an Irish Roman Catholic Civil War officer, Guiney was appointed postmaster in Auburndale in January 1894. She initially liked the job’s duties, pay, and stability. However, many residents of Auburndale, including those associated with the anti-Catholic American Protective Association, boycotted the post office by not buying stamps there. As a result, in October 1894 her salary was cut. Guiney’s friends subsequently led a counterattack that resulted in stamp purchases ...


Which Way To Turn?, Carolyn Ellis, Arthur Bochner Dec 1998

Which Way To Turn?, Carolyn Ellis, Arthur Bochner

Carolyn Ellis

No abstract provided.


He(Art)Ful Autoethnography, Carolyn Ellis Dec 1998

He(Art)Ful Autoethnography, Carolyn Ellis

Carolyn Ellis

The author seeks to develop an ethnography that includes researchers’ vulnerable selves, emotions, bodies, and spirits; produces evocative stories that create the effect of reality; celebrates concrete experience and intimate detail; examines how human experience is endowed with meaning; is concerned with moral, ethical, and political consequences; encourages compassion and empathy; helps us know how to live and cope; features multiple voices and repositions readers and “subjects” as coparticipants in dialogue; seeks a fusion between social science and literature in which, as Gregory Bateson says, “you are partly blown by the winds of reality and partly an artist creating a ...


Bringing Emotion And Personal Narrative Into Medical Social Science, Carolyn Ellis Dec 1998

Bringing Emotion And Personal Narrative Into Medical Social Science, Carolyn Ellis

Carolyn Ellis

Comments on an article on the ethics of informed consent by Rose Weitz previously published in the periodical 'Health.' Family response to informed consent; Constraints imposed by social science research practices on Weitz' work; Ethics of the narrative approach to medical sociology.


Physical Fitness & Wellness, Donald Morrow, Jennifer Irwin Dec 1998

Physical Fitness & Wellness, Donald Morrow, Jennifer Irwin

Donald Morrow

No abstract provided.


The Manichean Myth: Rethinking The Distinction Between 'Civic' And 'Ethnic' Nationalism, Rogers Brubaker Dec 1998

The Manichean Myth: Rethinking The Distinction Between 'Civic' And 'Ethnic' Nationalism, Rogers Brubaker

Rogers Brubaker

No abstract provided.


Are Asians Black?: The Asian-American Civil Rights Agenda And The Contemporary Significance Of The Black/White Paradigm, Janine Young Kim Dec 1998

Are Asians Black?: The Asian-American Civil Rights Agenda And The Contemporary Significance Of The Black/White Paradigm, Janine Young Kim

Janine Kim

In recent years, Asian Americans have increasingly laid claim to a place in civil rights history. One strategy of this movement has been to renounce the black/white paradigm as a biracial model of race relations that no longer accurately describes contemporary America. In this essay, I suggest that the black/white paradigm is more compelling than commonly assumed, and explore six dimensions of the paradigm that speak to its contemporary relevance to the Asian American civil rights agenda.


Petrie's Head: Eugenics And Near Eastern Archaeology, Neil A. Silberman Dec 1998

Petrie's Head: Eugenics And Near Eastern Archaeology, Neil A. Silberman

Neil A. Silberman

No abstract provided.


Petrie's Head: Eugenics And Near Eastern Archaeology, Neil A. Silberman Dec 1998

Petrie's Head: Eugenics And Near Eastern Archaeology, Neil A. Silberman

Neil A. Silberman

No abstract provided.


“Indigenous Identity And Identification In Peru: Indigenismo, Education And Contradictions In State Discourse”, Tracy Devine Guzmán Dec 1998

“Indigenous Identity And Identification In Peru: Indigenismo, Education And Contradictions In State Discourse”, Tracy Devine Guzmán

Tracy Devine Guzmán

No abstract provided.


Identities And Cemeteries In Roman And Early Medieval Archaeology, Howard M. R. Williams Dec 1998

Identities And Cemeteries In Roman And Early Medieval Archaeology, Howard M. R. Williams

Howard M. R. Williams

No abstract provided.


Peak Practices: Englishwomen's “Heroic” Adventures In The Nineteenth-Century American West, Karen M. Morin Dec 1998

Peak Practices: Englishwomen's “Heroic” Adventures In The Nineteenth-Century American West, Karen M. Morin

Karen M. Morin

No abstract provided.