The Vietnam War and Anti-War Protests: The Parallels Between University of Oregon Student Protests, and One Veteran’s Experience as the Result of President Johnson’s Entanglements with the War (1962-1969)
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29 Years Between Protests and The Newspaper that Separates and Connects Them: A comparison between the Register Guard's representation of the 1970 ROTC protests and its representation of the 1999 anarchist riots of Eugene, Oregon Weidman, Katie (Robert D. Clark Honors College, University of Oregon, 2003-11-21)For my paper, I would like to compare the rhetoric, focus, and intent of media coverage today with that of the sixties. I will discuss the stories, photographs, and editorials used by the Eugene Register Guard to depict ...
Duffy, Tyler (University of Oregon, 2013-10-10)This thesis explores questions of politics and public space through an examination of the experiences of people involved in Occupy protest camps and local officials who were tasked with managing the protests in Eugene, OR ...
Anomie, egoisme, and the modern world : suicide, Durkheim and Weber, modern cultural traditions, and the first and second Protestant ethos McCloskey, David Daniel, 1947- (University of Oregon, 1978-06)Few have perceived that Durkheim entertained two distinct schemas of anomie and egoisme in his classic Suicide. I shall demonstrate that Durkheim shifted on his analytical axes from the notion that the absence of moral ...