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    • An Alternative Alternative: The Road to Sustainable Transportation Law 

      Bloomfield, Jessica (University of Oregon, 2013-10-03)
      The dominance of motor vehicle use throughout America reflects a massive government intervention on behalf of automobiles. Congress directs billions of dollars into America's highway system annually, assuming that building ...
    • Alternative Memorials: Death and Memory in Contemporary America 

      Dobler, Robert, 1980- (University of Oregon, 2010-09)
      Alternative forms of memorialization offer a sense of empowerment to the mourner, bringing the act of grieving into the personal sphere and away from the clinical or official realm of funeral homes and cemeteries. ...
    • Alternative Modes of Transportation Forum University of Oregon 

      Williams, Daniel; Moore, Terry; Childs, Jan; Vandertuin, Jan; Bennett, Rob; Watt, Peter (University of Oregon, 1996-02-22)
      Includes information gathered at the Alternative Modes of Transportation Forum held February 22, 1996 about the latest thinking surrounding transportation alternatives for people who drive alone to the University.
    • Alumni Directory of the University of Oregon 1878-1925 

      University of Oregon. Alumni Association (University of Oregon, 1925-06)
    • Amas Repertory Theatre: Passing as Black While Becoming White 

      Sidden, Jean (University of Oregon, 2014-09-29)
      Amas Repertory Theatre was founded in 1969 by Rosetta LeNoire, an African American actress who pursued a mission of developing original musicals while practicing interracial casting. The company's most successful show was ...
    • The Amber of the Moment 

      Knippel, Mark Jacob, 1983- (University of Oregon, 2011-06)
      <italic>The Amber of the Moment</italic> is a thirteen-minute composition for orchestra. Inspiration for this piece is drawn from two sources: the novel <italic>Slaughterhouse Five</italic> by Kurt Vonnegut Jr., and my ...
    • Amergin and Cessair 

      Eisenband, David (University of Oregon, 2014-06-17)
      Amergin and Cessair is a musical setting of the text "Amergin and Cessair: A Battle of Poetic Incantation" by Michael Meade and Erica Helm Meade. The music takes the form of a dramatic "duet," scored for double choir and ...
    • American and Norwegian Press' Approaches to Identification of Criminal Suspects or Arrestees: The Public's Right to Know Versus the Private Citizen's Right to Privacy, Reputation, and Presumption of Innocence 

      Bowers, Jonathan (University of Oregon, 2013-10-10)
      This thesis examines the processes the American and Norwegian press go through when identifying (or not) private citizens who are suspected of or arrested for a crime. Four central principles are explored in detail and ...
    • An American Belly Dancer 

      Polynone, Devon (University of Oregon, 2012)
      The purpose of this research was to investigate the creative process of six professional American Belly Dancers: Shannon Conklin, Elena Villa, Lila McDaniel, TC Skinner, Manny Garcia, and Cera Byer. I took a class with ...
    • American Fast Food as Culture and Politics: The Introduction of Pepsi and McDonald's into the USSR 

      Alexander, Roman (University of Oregon, 2013-10-03)
      This thesis explores how and why two capitalistic American corporations were granted access to the Soviet Union's internal market. For decades communist leadership railed against what they termed "cheap bourgeois consumption," ...
    • American local radio journalism: A public interest channel in crisis 

      Sanders, Tyrone, 1951- (University of Oregon, 2008-03)
      This study looks at the status of local radio news in the United States in light of changes in policy, economics, production and distribution technology and the dynamic media environment. It examines how differences in ...
    • American Modernism's Gothic Children 

      Godwin, Hannah (University of Oregon, 2017-09-06)
      This dissertation delineates a range of literary endeavors engaging the gothic contours of child life in early to mid-twentieth century America. Drawing fresh attention to fictional representations of the child in modernist ...
    • An Agent-Based Model of Wildlife Migratory Patterns in Human-Disturbed Landscapes 

      Tierney, Lauren (University of Oregon, 2015-08-18)
      In recent years, human decision-making has led to significant landscape impacts in the western United States. Specifically, migratory wildlife populations have increasingly been impacted by rural urban development and ...
    • An Algorithm for Clipping Polygons of Large Geographical Data 

      Alghamdi, Areej (University of Oregon, 2017-09-27)
      We present an algorithm for overlaying polygonal data with regular grids and calculating the percentage overlap for each cell in the regular grid.  Our algorithm is able to support self-intersecting polygons, meaning that ...
    • An Analysis of Specific Learning Disability Exclusionary Clause 

      Lybarger, Pamela (University of Oregon, 2017-09-06)
      The purpose of Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act (IDEIA) is to protect the rights of students with disabilities and to assure that all students receive equitable access to a free and appropriate public ...
    • An Evaluation of Growing Early Mindsets (GEM™) 

      Coates, Kendra (University of Oregon, 2016-10-27)
      A growing body of literature and research emphasizes the importance of developing student mindsets and social and emotional learning (SEL) competencies (metacognitive learning skills) across the prenatal (P) to graduate ...
    • An Examination of the Oregon Kindergarten Assessment 

      Wilson, Allison (University of Oregon, 2015-08-18)
      A surge of interest has emerged across the US in high-quality early childhood education programs that prepare children for success in school and later years. In particular, attention has been focused on the kindergarten ...
    • An Inquiry Into Men's Experiences In Collegiate Dance 

      Henderson, Bryant (University of Oregon, 2017-09-06)
      This qualitative research study was designed to gain a deeper, more profound understanding of the lived experiences of collegiate male dancers. Through three phases of research, this study uncovered societal and familial ...
    • An' if it Harm the Least: Nature-Centered Belief in the U.S. Military 

      Knott, Emily (University of Oregon, 2016-10-27)
      This thesis is the result of my work with the Military Nature-Centered community. The first thing is does it examine some of the distinctive features of the population, such as its history, sense of community, magical ...
    • An analysis of a secondary level intervention for high school students at risk of school failure: The High School Behavior Education Program 

      Swain-Bradway, Jessica L., 1976- (University of Oregon, 2009-06)
      The High School Behavior Education Program (HS-BEP) is a secondary level intervention for high school "at risk" students that provides both academic and social supports. Students participating in the HS-BEP attend a 45-minute ...