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    • CSWS Review : 2015 : Fall 

      Unknown Author, (University of Oregon, Center for the Study of Women in Society) (Center for the Study of Women in Society, University of Oregon, 2015)
      Faculty and students affiliated with CSWS generate and share research with other scholars and educators, the public, policymakers, and activists. CSWS researchers come from a broad range of fields in arts and humanities, ...
    • CSWS Review : 2016 : Fall 

      Unknown Author, (University of Oregon, Center for the Study of Women in Society) (Center for the Study of Women in Society, University of Oregon, 2016)
      Faculty and students affiliated with CSWS generate and share research with other scholars and educators, the public, policymakers, and activists. CSWS researchers come from a broad range of fields in arts and humanities, ...
    • CSWS Review ; 2006 : 3 (Autumn) 

      Fuller, Linda, 1944-; Brady, Linda P.; Novkov, Julie, 1966-; Marc, Shirley; University of Oregon. Center for the Study of Women in Society (Center for the Study of Women in Society, University of Oregon, 2006)
    • CSWS Review ; 2005 : 2 (Autumn) 

      Morgen, Sandra; Sutton, Barbara; Novkov, Julie, 1966-; Mann, Bonnie; Houppert, Karen; University of Oregon. Center for the Study of Women in Society (Center for the Study of Women in Society, University of Oregon, 2005)
    • CSWS Review ; 2006 : 1 (Winter) 

      Morgen, Sandra; Pascoe, Peggy; Limerick, Patricia Nelson, 1951-; Goodman, Bryna, 1955-; Larson, Wendy; University of Oregon. Center for the Study of Women in Society (Center for the Study of Women in Society, University of Oregon, 2006)
    • CSWS Review ; 2006 : 2 (Spring) 

      Morgen, Sandra; Warren, Jocelyn; Acker, Joan; University of Oregon. Center for the Study of Women in Society (Center for the Study of Women in Society, University of Oregon, 2006)
    • CSWS Review ; 2007 : 1 (Winter) 

      Fuller, Linda, 1944-; Morgen, Sandra; Scott, Ellen; University of Oregon. Center for the Study of Women in Society (Center for the Study of Women in Society, University of Oregon, 2007)
    • CSWS Review ; 2007 : 2 (Spring) 

      University of Oregon. Center for the Study of Women in Society; Wood, Stephanie; Scott, Ellen (Center for the Study of Women in Society, University of Oregon, 2007)
    • CSWS Review ; 2007 : 3 (Autumn) 

      Marc, Shirley; University of Oregon. Center for the Study of Women in Society; Tedards, Ann; Fuller, Linda, 1944-; Scott, Ellen (Center for the Study of Women in Society, University of Oregon, 2007)
    • CSWS Review ; 2008 : 1 (Winter) 

      University of Oregon. Center for the Study of Women in Society; Acker, Joan; Nelson, Lise (Center for the Study of Women in Society, University of Oregon, 2008)
    • CSWS Review ; 2008 : 2 (Spring) 

      Herman, Ellen; Stephen, Lynn; Scott, Ellen (Center for the Study of Women in Society, University of Oregon, 2008)
      Carol Stabile New Director of CSWS -- CSWS receives grant from the National Council for Research on Women for mentoring junior faculty women of color -- Barbara Corrado Pope launches new career as a novelist -- Conference ...
    • Cultural Demolition: What Was Lost When Eugene Razed its First Black Neighborhood? 

      Beckner, Chrisanne (University of Oregon, 2009-09)
      In the 1940s, Eugene, Oregon's first African-American neighborhood took root on a riverbank north of the city. In 1949, county officials demolished the homes and church of the ad hoc community and relocated the residents. ...
    • Cultural Heritage Cyberinfrastructure: A Geographic Case Study of China 

      Jablonski, Jon R. (University of Oregon, 2009-06)
      The Internet affects many aspects of daily life and economic activity in globalized economies. The network city thesis posits that the Internet enables disbursed methods of production and new forms of economic activity. ...
    • Cultural Representations of the One-child Policy in Chinese Literature and Film since 1978 

      Wang, Li (University of Oregon, 2016-10-27)
      This dissertation focuses on the cultural representations of the one-child policy ever since 1978. The artistic discourses about the one-child policy provide a fantastic space to explore China’s post-socialist society and ...
    • A Cultural Snapshot: Exploring the Value of Community Photography for the Coquille Indian Tribe in a Climate Change Era 

      Vinyeta, Kirsten (University of Oregon, 2014-06-17)
      Like many American Indian tribes, the Coquille Indian Tribe of Oregon has endured long struggles to preserve its cultural traditions despite the impacts of colonization. Now, advancing climate change poses additional threats ...
    • Cultural Strengths and Eating Behavior of Latina Young Adults: An Exploration of Ethnic Identity, Familismo, and Spirituality of Eating and Health-related Behavior 

      Pena, Diana (University of Oregon, 2013-10-10)
      Using a strength-based paradigm, this study explored resilience factors (i.e. ethnic identity, familismo, and spirituality) associated with a continuum of eating disorder (ED) and obesity risk variables, depression, anxiety, ...
    • Culture and Economic Growth 

      Thompson, Jonathan (University of Oregon, 2015-08-18)
      The most fundamental question in economics is what causes some countries to prosper. An emerging literature has focused on the role of culture in determining growth. I interpret culture as "the collective programming of ...
    • Culture, Conflict and Community Mediation: Understanding and Removing Barriers to Active Participation of Latinos in Community Mediation Centers in Oregon 

      Stickel, Alexis (University of Oregon, 2013-10-03)
      The Latino population is not accessing community mediation centers throughout Oregon. Mediation provides a safe space to resolve conflicts outside of the adjudicative processes and at a lower cost. Through interviews with ...
    • Curating Buddhism: Reimagining Buddhist Statues in a Museum and Temple Setting 

      Jameson, Derry (University of Oregon, 2016-02-23)
      This thesis considers whether a Buddhist statue in a museum context can be both aesthetic and devotional. By reexamining the relationship between a devotional object, its surrounding space, and its viewer, this thesis will ...
    • Curiosidad Barroca: La Colección en la Cultura Literaria Hispanoamericana Virreinal y Contemporánea 

      Portugal, Luis (University of Oregon, 2013-07-11)
      My main thesis is that Baroque can be considered not only as an aesthetic or historical period in the seventeenth century; it is also a way of producing knowledge that puts into dynamic interaction diverse genres, disciplines ...