Fakes, Forgeries, And Value Perception, 2021 University of Mississippi
Fakes, Forgeries, And Value Perception, Pearson Moore
Fakes and forgeries generate a false sense of value in the art market that changes the perception of authentic works. Understanding the difference between a fake and a forgery is essential for explaining the schemes of deceivers who have fooled the art market into believing their work is of grandiose value and prestige. The creation of a forged piece or fake provenance documents requires immense artistic skill and a talent for breaking the rules. Examining famous figures and the criminal cases against them is a great way to work backwards from their “successes,” tracing the alleged origins of the piece ...
Uri And Its Students: A Contract For The Provision Of A Safe Environment, Danielle Joan Beatrice
Senior Honors Projects
DANIELLE BEATRICE (English; Philosophy; Business) URI and Its Students: A Contract for the Provision of a Safe Environment
Sponsor: Judith Swift (Communication Studies, Coastal Institute)
When students begin to attend college, they expect to be consumed with busy schedules, heavy workloads, and an exciting social life. Students do not anticipate being in dangerous situations. However, this does not mean that such situations do not occur. Therefore, it is essential to teach students to be active participants in educating themselves and their peers regarding prevention and response to emergency situations. My Honors Project aims to increase the awareness of safety-related issues ...
Who’S Watching: The Accuracy Of Forecasting Broadcast Tv Audience Demand Using Advertising Prices, Niyati Gandhi
Honors College Theses
Broadcast and cable networks are struggling to keep up with the multitude of entertainment options available today, including but not limited to streaming services. However, these networks still play a role in the entertainment landscape. In order to maintain their role, they must first assess which shows deliver higher ratings and why. Ratings indicate audience demand for a particular show, which can be unpredictable. Regardless, networks sell commercial spots to advertisers at predetermined prices based on their expectations of future ratings, or demand. As such, this research paper focuses on broadcast networks and investigates two questions: Are broadcast networks able ...
2021 School Of Culinary Arts And Food Technology, Spring Newsletter, Tu Dublin., 2021 Technological University Dublin
2021 School Of Culinary Arts And Food Technology, Spring Newsletter, Tu Dublin., James Murphy
The School of Culinary Arts and Food Technology, TU Dublin, Spring Newsletter captured the many events, research, awards, significant contributions and special civic and community activities which the students and staff members of the school have successfully completed up to the Spring period of 2021. The successful completion of these activities would not be possible without the active and on-going support of the 'INSPIRED' friends of Culinary Arts (school supporters) and our school's industry association supporters. In this issue we also fondly remember Cathal Brugha Street, Dublin 2 (as the school now prepares to move to our new campus ...
黃偉文作品展 Vs 雷頌德 Thank You 演唱會的媒體景觀, 2020 Lingnan University
黃偉文作品展 Vs 雷頌德 Thank You 演唱會的媒體景觀, Chengzhi Zhong
Cultural Studies@Lingnan 文化研究@嶺南
本文將集中在兩個演唱會 (黃偉文作品展、雷頌德 Thank You 演唱會) 製作過程的宣傳期、演唱會期間中所呈現的景觀，以及觀眾所能接觸的相關媒介加以分析，比較兩者的分別。
The Show Must (Not) Go On: The Effects Of Covid-19 On New York’S Broadway Professionals, 2020 Pace University
The Show Must (Not) Go On: The Effects Of Covid-19 On New York’S Broadway Professionals, Lucy Yezulinas
Honors College Theses
Live events have been drastically impacted during the coronavirus pandemic, especially Broadway. The purpose of this paper is to shed light on the struggles being faced by Broadway professionals as a result of Covid-19 and Broadway shutting down. As for the methodology, it was decided to interview various Broadway professionals about their experience working in the industry during a worldwide pandemic. The main areas of focus were financial and psychological repercussions. The analysis section discusses the negative financial impact of the shut down, the impact of not having the 2020 Tony awards, as well as the psychological impact on unemployment ...
Intellectual Property In The Digital Streaming Age: How Music Becomes A Lawsuit, 2020 Pace University
Intellectual Property In The Digital Streaming Age: How Music Becomes A Lawsuit, Alexandra Tasev
Honors College Theses
A mix of both entertainment business and law, the purpose of this review is to address the question of “are current copyright laws and procedures too restrictive of new and smaller-name artists from entering the market?” Through a law review and analysis of the history of copyright law, this thesis outlines the issues new, smaller music artists face as a result of rapid digital evolution paired with a slow-moving legal system. Failing to amend the current standards for dealing with old copyright cases will cause further issues with the growing popularity of digital platforms like YouTube, Soundcloud, Spotify, and TikTok ...
Can A Personal Passion For The Environment Create A Shift In The Event Industry?, 2020 Pace University
Can A Personal Passion For The Environment Create A Shift In The Event Industry?, Emily Latshaw
Honors College Theses
Global warming and its detrimental effects are evident in all aspects of life. Event companies, a serious offender in this, have begun implementing sustainable practices into their events. Previous literature has extensively studied the effects of events on the environment, as well as potential mitigations and ways to lessen said effects. While past scholarship focused on the events, there has been minimal research done on the event managers. There is reason to believe that some event planners, who have an innate desire to be sustainable, can help the event industry become more environmentally-focused. The purpose of this study is to ...
A History Of Nashville Children's Theatre: 1977-2019, 2020 Belmont University
A History Of Nashville Children's Theatre: 1977-2019, Robert Roberts
The purpose of this thesis is to collect a formalized history of Nashville Children’s Theatre (or NCT), a nonprofit arts organization, between the years of 1977 and 2019. Previous theses by students at other universities have recorded NCT’s history prior to 1977, but much of the company’s evolution during the time since has only been kept via a loose oral tradition amongst employees, an oral tradition that becomes increasingly distorted and destroyed as staff members and volunteers come and go from the organization or pass-away. This thesis project collected memories from 18 individuals who worked for, volunteered ...
The Relationship Between Organizational Justice And Organizational Citizenship Behavior (Ocb) Among Local Administration Employees Of Algeria, 2020 University of Mohammed Lamin - Dabbajin - Setif 02
The Relationship Between Organizational Justice And Organizational Citizenship Behavior (Ocb) Among Local Administration Employees Of Algeria, Bahri Saber
Journal of the Arab American University مجلة الجامعة العربية الامريكية للبحوث
This study addresses the relationship between the organizational justice (OJ) and organizational citizenship behavior (OSB) among the local administration’s employees through the five-factor model: altruism, courtesy, conscience, civic virtue, and sportsmanship. To achieve the study’s objectives, the researcher implemented two scales; namely, the organizational justice and organizational citizenship behavior. Specifically speaking, these scales were adapted to suit both the nature and the environment of the study and applied to 72 employees at workplace. The study came up with a number of results, the most important of which was the existence of a strong, positive and significant relationship between ...
An Approach To The Impact On The Market And Music Consumption After The Emergence Of Streaming Technology, Letícia Ledoux
Consumption in the music industry has been changing considerably, moving from the analogue to the digital phase and finally to the total dematerialization of music. Despite digitalization making consumption more accessible and democratic to consumers, the emergence of piracy is becoming a problem for the music industry, which faces dizzying declines in its sales. In an era that is virtually impossible to control online consumption, streaming technology is developed and launched which, in addition to curbing illegal downloading practices, creates a new business model and becomes a new consumer trend as it develops. Based on this scenario, where digital and ...
Social Power Of Jazz Festivals, 2020 University of New Orleans
Social Power Of Jazz Festivals, Olga Bekenshtein
University of New Orleans Theses and Dissertations
Jazz festivals occur in all parts of the world, small cities and metropolises, urban and rural landscapes, stadiums, churches, streets, and abandoned factories. Being a part of the entertainment industry, they have the potential to impact social change. Jazz festivals help us reconsider notions of identity and community, and their communal experience has the potential to undermine dominant social norms. The industry of jazz festivals is based on Black music and has a history of positive and negative social outcomes. Evaluating festivals through the symbolic meaning of music provides an optic into how festivals marginalize and exploit African American cultural ...
Skating In The Sun: Examining Identity Formation Of National Hockey League Fans In Sunbelt States, 2020 University of Georgia
Skating In The Sun: Examining Identity Formation Of National Hockey League Fans In Sunbelt States, Brandon Mastromartino, Daniel L. Wann Phd, James J. Zhang
Journal of Emerging Sport Studies
As the National Hockey League (NHL) has made concerted efforts in recent years to expand into the Sunbelt region of North America, its teams still face tremendous challenges to building up their fan bases. Adopting a qualitative research protocol, this study explored the phenomenon of NHL fandom formation in the Sunbelt region. Research findings revealed key patterns and trends that influenced individuals to become fans of NHL teams in this strategic region of growth. A discussion of socialization into fandom was developed based on the themes and assertions derived in the study, which suggested that the fan community would play ...
An Ncaa Football Bowl Subdivision Production Function, 2020 Driehaus College of Business, DePaul University
An Ncaa Football Bowl Subdivision Production Function, Stacey L. Brook
Journal of Emerging Sport Studies
Each year pundits across the NCAA football landscape debate the validity of various NCAA football teams’ relative worthiness to play for the national championship. Given this debate seems to revolve around which team is the best in terms of total team production, I have developed and statistically estimated a complex invasion NCAA football bowl subdivision production function measuring NCAA football team productivity covering the 2008 to 2017 seasons. The model estimates both points scored and points surrendered for each team during this time period and then is combined to determine each team’s overall productivity. Finally, as an application of ...
Quincy: A Documentary Review, 2020 University of the Pacific
Quincy: A Documentary Review, Analy Cruz
This is a film review of the 2018 documentary film on the life and music of legendary producer, Quincy Jones.
Amy: A Film Review, 2020 University of the Pacific
Amy: A Film Review, Lucas Dehner
A review of the 2015 documentary film, Amy.
Tearing Down The Wall: An Analysis Of Pink Floyd’S 1979 Rock Opera, 2020 University of the Pacific
Tearing Down The Wall: An Analysis Of Pink Floyd’S 1979 Rock Opera, Darla Testino
No abstract provided.
Bohemian Rhapsody: A Film Review, 2020 University of the Pacific
Bohemian Rhapsody: A Film Review, Ailey Butler
This is a review of the 2018 Queen bio-pic, Bohemian Rhapsody.
Metallica: Some Kind Of Monster Film Review, 2020 University of the Pacific
Metallica: Some Kind Of Monster Film Review, Ceara J. Costa
This is a film review of the 2004 documentary, Some Kind of Monster, which provides an in-depth portrait of the heavy metal band, Metallica, during the making of their St. Anger album. It addresses issues of mental health, depression, group dynamics and the pressures that successful artists face in maintaining their internal and external relationships while still trying to create new music.
A 70'S Dream Queen: Carole King's Tapestry, 2020 University of the Pacific
A 70'S Dream Queen: Carole King's Tapestry, Kortney Burton
The essay critiques the 1971 best-selling album, Tapestry, written and performed by Carole King.