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Eugene H. Dooman, "A Penny a Dozen Expert": The Tribulations of a Japan Specialist in the American Foreign Service, 1912-1945
This thesis is a biographical portrait of Eugene H. Dooman, a Japan specialist in the American Foreign Service, 1912 - 1945. As such, it raises a series of related questions. What was an expert? How did American Foreign ...
Student Descriptions of Instructional Characteristics as Relevant Indices of Teaching Effectiveness
The Check-List of Instructional Characteristics (CLIC) is a student response questionnaire designed to provide university faculty with feedback concerning their instruction. The CLIC contains six factor analytically derived ...
The Mount Savage Iron Works, Mount Savage, Maryland: A Case Study in Pre-Civil War Industrial Development
All Americans did not spend the two decades prior to 1860 awaiting the outbreak of the Civil War. During this period, heavy industry was among the forces that struck their roots and began a crucial and decided impact upon ...
Elementary Hadamard Difference Sets
This paper is primarily a study of difference sets in elementary abelian 2-groups. It is, however, somewhat wider in scope and includes an exposition of the fundamental notions relating to the more general topics of ...
Colonia Incognita: The Formation of Chinatown, New York City, 1850-1890
The genesis of ethnic areas in cities is attributed to the process of residential concentration. For the Chinese experience in New York, however, the emergence of Chinatown occurred through the concentration of institutions. ...
Resource Partitioning in a Neotropical Necrophagous Scarab Guild
Data collected from naturally occurring and artificially placed vertebrate carcasses were examined for the purpose of revealing mechanisms permitting the coexistence of carrion feeders in tropical forests. Studies concentrated ...