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Educating women for peace: The life and work of Hannah Johnston Bailey and Katherine Devereux Blake in the late nineteenth century and the early twentieth century women's peace movement
This study presents the transition of women's activism for social change, centering on the integration of pacifism and feminism in the peace movement in the late nineteenth century and the early twentieth century. For this ...
John Sloan and the transitory nature of modernity
This thesis demonstrates that the social complexities inherent in early twentieth century New York City are apparent in the figures of the American realist painter John Sloan, especially in his images of women of the working ...
Rolling future: The impacts of containerization and intermodal freight facilities on economic development in urban areas with emphasis on New York State
Containerized freight shipments within the United States are rapidly coming to a crisis point as the volume threatens to overwhelm the existing transportation and distribution infrastructure. A combination of changing ...
Trauma as a biological consequence of inequality: A biocultural analysis of the skeletal remains of Washington D.C's African American poor
The general purpose of this study is to determine the biological impact of poverty on African Americans living in Washington D.C., 1860-1970. This research is conducted within a biocultural framework, emphasizing the ...
Emerging public spaces in marginalized urban places: The political economy of community gardens in Buffalo, NY
The creation of community gardens in urban areas is a common, community-based strategy for the temporary reuse of vacant lots that are laid bare by the demolition of deteriorated and dilapidated buildings in declining urban ...
General and special interest magazine advertising and the Elaboration Likelihood Model: A comparative content analysis and investigation of the effects of differential route processing execution strategies
This investigation examined both the presence and application of the Elaboration Likelihood Model (ELM) as a strategic model of advertising effectiveness in general and special interest magazines. In particular, this ...