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Religion and the decision to donate organs: Exploring the behaviors of college students and religious leaders
Two studies explored the role of religion in the decision to donate organs. In Study 1, a sample of 340 undergraduate students from public universities in New York State showed no relationship between religiosity and ...
“Hula”: A documentary fieldwork experience reflecting the relationship between a filmmaker and its subject
At the core of any documentary filmmaker’s artistic practice is their relationship to, and often with, their subject. The “to” relationship is defined by the filmmaker’s cinematic approach, technical skill, intellectual ...
Within perspective: Re-tracing Renaissance art history through deconstructive methods and retrospective vision
This Master's thesis intends to examine several historiographical dialogues concerning the use of linear perspective during the Renaissance period. Furthermore, by introducing specific deconstructivist theories of Jacques ...
Intimate gestures: A series of explorations on the body's intimate relations with its space
This paper constitutes a series of explorations around space and intimacy in relation to duration and memory. A prose, at the beginning of the paper, examines household chores as markers of time and space – days carved ...