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Identifying the Needs of Children in Foster Care to Inform Teaching Practices
Children in foster care are students that require their needs to be identified and their concerns to be addressed; consequently educators need to understand these needs in order to help students become successful. This ...
The Impact of Atmospheric Models on the Dynamics of Space Tether Systems
Space debris has become an increasingly larger concern for aerospace travel and exploration. One idea to control the space debris population is to de-orbit defunct satellites using a space tether system. A space tether ...
Mattering, Anti-Mattering, and Self-Stigma of Seeking Help For Mental Health Concerns in High School Students
Despite the availability of effective means for dealing with mental health issues, the majority of high school youth do not seek needed treatment. Research has shown that one reason for this is the internalization of ...
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Grammatical Variation and Change in Spoken Ontario French: The Subjunctive Mood and the Expression of Future Temporal Reference
This dissertation examines grammatical variation and change in spoken Ontario French, a minority language in a largely English-speaking province of Canada. The data are drawn from two sociolinguistic corpora for French ...
The Ends of Union Solidarity: Undocumented Labour and German Trade Unions
This dissertation focuses on the contested practices of union solidarity with undocumented migrant workers in Germany. Unionists part ways when it comes to the practical meaning of solidarity with workers who lack work ...
Performance Through an Avatar: Exploring Affect and Ideology Through Narrative in Videogames
Videogames are a major source of popular cultural narratives surpassing even Hollywood films. Videogames, however, cast the player as the active agent within the narrative as opposed to film, television, and traditional ...
False Universalism of Global Governance Theories: Global Constitutionalism, Global Administrative Law, International Criminal Institutions and the Global South
Why are theories of global governance unsatisfactory? Why are theories of global governance unable to integrate the lived realities of the people of the global South? International law and its institutions are growing at ...
Spiritual Economies of Evangelical Worship: Technology, Stewardship and Experience
The present work explores how American evangelicals have learned to use and think about performance technology, such as professional audio, video and lighting technologies as they endeavour to craft worship environments. ...
How Do Mainstream Cultural Market Categories Emerge: A Multi-Level Analysis of the Creation of Electronic Dance Music
In my research I explore how a new market category is created in an existing market. I contribute to existing research in marketing by developing a novel framework that conceptualizes markets as constituted of three levels, ...