Modern Intolerance And The Medieval Crusades [Excerpted From Whose Middle Ages?], 2019 Fordham University
Modern Intolerance And The Medieval Crusades [Excerpted From Whose Middle Ages?], Nicholas L. Paul
Whose Middle Ages? is an interdisciplinary collection of short, accessible essays intended for the non-specialist reader and ideal for teaching at an undergraduate level. Each of twenty-two essays takes up an area where humans have dug for meaning into the medieval past and brought something distorted back into the present: in our popular entertainment; in our news, our politics, and our propaganda; and in subtler ways that inform how we think about our histories, our countries, and ourselves. Each author teases out the stakes of a history that has refused to remain past and uses the tools of the academy ...
Social Media Usage And Its Effect On Quality Of Adolescent Social Relationships, 2019 Skidmore College
Social Media Usage And Its Effect On Quality Of Adolescent Social Relationships, Sadie Saltzman
Sociology Senior Seminar Papers
Does the number of social media platforms that an adolescent uses have an effect on the quality of their social relationships? As social media continues to grow and evolve, sociologists have begun to explore its effect on an individual’s everyday life. I propose that the more social media platforms that an adolescent uses, the more they will experience negative effects on their social relationships. Using survey data from 786 respondents living in the United States, ages 13 to 17 and collected by the Pew Research Center in 2014 and 2015, regression analyses were conducted to determine the relationship between ...
Ua52/1 Out Of The Box, 2019 Western Kentucky University
Ua52/1 Out Of The Box, Wku Archives
WKU Archives Records
Newsletter created by and about WKU Archives and the records management program.
Introduction To Communication Research: Becoming A Scholar, 2019 Kennesaw State University
Introduction To Communication Research: Becoming A Scholar, Lindsey Hand, Erin Ryan, Karen Sichler
Communication Open Textbooks
This open workbook for Communications and Sources Investigation was created under a Round Eleven Textbook Transformation Grant:
Welcome to your journey to becoming a communication scholar! We developed this workbook to guide you through the semester as you learn how understand and conduct scholarly research. What does it mean to be a scholar? A scholar is someone who specializes in a particular area of study. For you, this area is communication. And how do you become a scholar? By doing research.
But why is it important for you to learn ...
Traits And Trends Of Social Entrepreneurship/ Innovation Leaders, 2019 Pepperdine University
Traits And Trends Of Social Entrepreneurship/ Innovation Leaders, Heet Ghodasara, Juanie Walker
Seaver College Research And Scholarly Achievement Symposium
The purpose of this study was to examine qualifications, characteristics, successes and motivations among leading social entrepreneurs in not-for-profit or for-profit organizations. Based on an interview guide developed by Dr. Juanie Walker and Heet Ghodasara, Ghodasara conducted interviews with 20 leaders of social entrepreneurship/innovation strategically located in Washington, D.C. Thematic analysis of interview transcripts revealed traits of successful organizations and individuals supported by provocative quotes. Themes of successful organizations include system disruptions, mutual investment, broad network and founder obsolescence. Individual themes include traits such as self efficacy, humility, grit and perseverance as well as imperatives to Get Dirty ...
Cedarville’S New Pharmacy Set To Open, 2019 Cedarville University
Cedarville’S New Pharmacy Set To Open, Mark D. Weinstein
After an intensive renovation and multiple finishing touches and open houses, the hardware-store-turned-pharmacy, known as Cedar Care Village Pharmacy, is ready to open for business.
Temporalities In Digital Games – A Brief Archaeology, 2019 Federal Fluminense University, Rio de Janeiro
Temporalities In Digital Games – A Brief Archaeology, Ednei De Genaro Ed, Gustavo H. S. Denani
The purpose of this article is to analyze the relationship between digital games and temporality based on the relationship between the technological elements that establish the relationship between player and game. From an arbitrarily established chronology, it is proposed to associate three generations of digital games, each with its respective way of dealing with the value produced by the player, namely: expenditure (arcade), investment (console and PC) and capturemobile games). For this, the analysis of the mobile version of the SimCity franchise is made, comparing some of its features with its PC version.
Virtual Lucidity: A Media Archaeology Of Dream Hacking Wearables, 2019 University of Jyväskylä
Virtual Lucidity: A Media Archaeology Of Dream Hacking Wearables, Aleena Chia
In 2014, engineers and entrepreneurs began meeting up in San Francisco to explore how virtual reality and lucid dreaming headsets using electroencephalography and other kinds of biofeedback could stimulate altered mental states. They called these practices “consciousness hacking” and referred to research, financing, and design efforts around these wearables as a movement. Unlike Quantified Self practitioners who combine bodily self-tracking and population analytics to optimize health and productivity, these hackers prod their bodies to gain immediacy to their consciousness. By turning perception inward, they attempt to displace the mediation of technologies. They believe hacking the mind through data-driven stimulation can ...
From Archaeology To Genealogy: Adding Processes Of Subjectivation And Artistic Intervention, 2019 Fitchburg State University
From Archaeology To Genealogy: Adding Processes Of Subjectivation And Artistic Intervention, J.J. Sylvia Iv
This article further develops a methodological approach to media genealogy that extends the methods of media archaeology by adding the concept of processes of subjectivation and experimental and artistic interventions. This begins with an analysis of how the work of scholars such as Foucault, Stiegler, and Kittler aligns with media archaeology practices in terms of discourse networks. Next, I consider how Foucault’s lectures from the Collège de France can be used to extend current media archaeology practices into a genealogical method. After surveying how recent work in several disciplines might match up with such a genealogical approach, the work ...
Why Girls? The Importance Of Developing Gender-Specific Health Promotion Programs For Adolescent Girls, 2019 University of North Carolina
Why Girls? The Importance Of Developing Gender-Specific Health Promotion Programs For Adolescent Girls, Amanda Birnbaum, Tracy R. Nichols
Adolescence is a time when many girls begin to develop unhealthy behaviors that can affect myriad short- and long-term health outcomes across their lifespan.2There is evidence that smoking, physical activity, and diet are habituated during adolescence, and some physiologic processes of adolescence, such as peak bone mass development, have direct effects on future health.3-4 Establishing healthy practices, beliefs and knowledge among adolescent girls will decrease morbidity and mortality among adult women and potentially affect the health of men and children through women’s role as healthcare agents. This paper provides a brief review of lifestyle health behaviors among ...
Chinatown Anti-Displacement Community Research Project Report, 2019 Loyola University Chicago
Chinatown Anti-Displacement Community Research Project Report, George Villanueva, Debbie Liu
The Greater Chinatown area in Chicago (see Figure 1 for map) is rapidly changing because of recent public and private investments. The area continues to attract great interest by developers because of its proximity to downtown, public transportation rail infrastructure, bicycle shares, and its vibrant ethnic culture. Consequentially, Greater Chinatown’s popular real estate market creates concerns about the implications of gentrification (economic and cultural) and potential displacement of existing communities. Community advocates, policymakers, and scholars nationwide point to the displacement in lower-income and ethnic communities resulting from urban revitalization. In particular, Chinatowns across the nation have become part of ...
Engaging African Immigrants In Addressing Hiv Disparities Within The Population, 2019 Tulumbe! Partnership
Engaging African Immigrants In Addressing Hiv Disparities Within The Population, Lorraine Anyango, Mbita Mbao, Dara Oloyede
Community Engagement and Research Symposia
The Tulumbe! Partnership was created with funds from the Pipeline to Proposal (P2P) awards established by the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI). The P2P awards were designed to develop partnerships; promote patient engagement; and build patient-led research proposals. Tulumbe! has spent the last two years working to engage the African immigrant community in addressing issues related to HIV, specifically focusing on identifying research topics and questions 3 that are important to community members. There are currently 10 core members representing health providers, African immigrants living with HIV, advocates, researchers and community leaders.
Tulumbe! has utilized various approaches to engage African ...
An Uber Ethical Dilemma: Examining The Social Issues At Stake, 2019 Loyola University Chicago
An Uber Ethical Dilemma: Examining The Social Issues At Stake, Florence Chee
This paper aims to engage with the social issues emerging from the increasing reliance upon app-driven services, as they pertain to precarious labor and ethical standpoints in a digital era. Popular ride services such as Uber have been lauded for bringing much needed transportation services that are superior to expensive taxis or unpleasant or inaccessible public transit.
As a result of over three years of ongoing research and analysis, this paper is a comprehensive assessment of a number of social issues facing the integration of practices both signified and enacted in an economy driven by apps such ...
A Game Industry Beyond Diversity: Systemic Barriers To Participation In South Korea, 2019 Loyola University Chicago
A Game Industry Beyond Diversity: Systemic Barriers To Participation In South Korea, Florence M. Chee
Digital gaming has become a prominent part of mainstream culture. However, as one may observe in the public exhibitions of this form of play, the multitude of reasons for participation in the games industry are especially divided along gender lines. This paper is an analysis of themes emerging from the critical ethnographic examination of South Korea’s1 online game culture that, upon closer and iterative analyses, point to additional socioeconomic complications and systemic barriers to women’s equitable participation in the game development and production. Using South Korea’s national context as a point of reference, the findings from this ...
March For Our Lives: Hope Through Anger, 2019 St. Catherine University
March For Our Lives: Hope Through Anger, Shelly K. Barber
Research on Diversity in Youth Literature
No abstract provided.
Spartan Daily, March 21, 2019, 2019 San Jose State University
Spartan Daily, March 21, 2019, San Jose State University, School Of Journalism And Mass Communications
Spartan Daily, 2019
Volume 152, Issue 25
One University, Many Nations: Cedarville’S World Fair, 2019 Cedarville University
One University, Many Nations: Cedarville’S World Fair, Mark D. Weinstein
Where culture meets creativity, World Fair at Cedarville University will exhibit the unique and often unfamiliar traditions of the world through channels such as music, dance, craft, cuisine and various activities.
Student-Pharmacist And Leader Honored With National Scholarship, 2019 Cedarville University
Student-Pharmacist And Leader Honored With National Scholarship, Mark D. Weinstein
The American Pharmacists Association (APhA) awarded Cedarville University fourth-year pharmacy graduate student Myriam Shaw Ojeda the prestigious Charles C. Thomas Scholarship, a national honor reserved for distinguished student-pharmacists.
Spartan Daily, March 20, 2019, 2019 San Jose State University
Spartan Daily, March 20, 2019, San Jose State University, School Of Journalism And Mass Communications
Spartan Daily, 2019
Volume 152, Issue 24
Spartan Daily, March 19, 2019, 2019 San Jose State University
Spartan Daily, March 19, 2019, San Jose State University, School Of Journalism And Mass Communications
Spartan Daily, 2019
Voume 151, Issue 23