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'Racing the screen: Race and hegemony in African American television
Race is represented, constructed, and negotiated on television just as it is in the texts of more traditional literature. In the course of the cultural struggle for access to the expressive spaces that are television shows, ...
Main Street transit corridor study: Challenges and potential to build a sustainable and livable region
Firstly in this thesis, the historical and the current conditions of the City of Buffalo and the region will be discussed using statistical datasets. Secondly, the Metro Rail development in 1970s and 1980s will reviewed ...
The role of farmers' markets in community and economic development as supported by municipal zoning codes
There has been an increase of public interest and demand for farmers' markets across the nation over the past ten years. As a result, two questions to arise. First, what is the power of a farmers' market to influence ...
Using the media to cultivate certain tastes is largely frowned upon by the current architectural establishment even as its most famous proponents actively engage in this activity. In this thesis, I will explore the ways ...
Third party intervention in civil conflicts: Sorting out the effects of domestic factors
Why has the international community refrained from intervention in the Turkish-Kurdish conflict for two decades and why have several interventions taken place in the Iraqi-Kurdish war? The conflict literature has not found ...
An investigation of impacts of advanced coordination mechanisms on supply chain performance: Consignment, VMI I, VMI II, and CPFR
This study investigates the impacts of four advanced coordination mechanisms on supply chain performance under different operational and environmental conditions. Compared with the traditional supply chain system, consignment, ...