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The Literary Journalism as Illuminator of Subjectivity
Research into objectivity in the news media abounds. Much of it indicates that objectivity is a flawed concept, one most difficult to incorporate into traditional journalistic practice. This study, departing from the ...
Style and Technique in the Evolution of Naturalism: North Netherlandish Landscape Painting in the Early Seventeenth Century
This study of painting technique and style offers evidence of the beginnings of a landscape painting tradition native to the Northern Netherlands. The moment of decisive innovation can be found in Esaias van de Velde's ...
Biosystematics and the evolution of gall formation in hackberry psyllids Pachypsylla (Insecta: Homoptera: Psylloidea: Psyllidae)
This dissertation is a study of the phylogeny and evolutionary biology of gall formation in psyllids of the subfamily Spondyliaspidinae, with particular focus on North American hackberry gallers in the genus Pachypsylla. ...
El Estilo Es Una De Las Formas De La Edad (Una Biografia De Martin Adan)
This study deals with the life and major works of the contemporary Peruvian writer Martin Adan, the literary name of Rafael de la Fuente Benavides (Lima, 1908-1985). The methodological approach used in this dissertation ...
College Student Stress: Who Is Resilient? Who Is Vulnerable?
This study explored and described the pervasive stress on college campuses. It focused on what it is that distinguished those students who did and those who did not develop physical, psychological and/or academic sequelae ...
A Study to Identify Program Standards, Goals, Objectives and Projects in Existing High School Foreign Language Immersion Programs in the United States
This study sought to identify Program Standards, Goals, Objectives and Projects in all high school immersion programs in the United States (U.S.) and to look for common standards and similar features in identifying emergent ...