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    • Louisiana French: Cultural and Linguistic Resilience in the Twenty-First Century 

      Thomas, Kaela (University of Oregon, 2015-06)
      The purpose of this research is to develop a comprehensive and multi-faceted understanding of the current status of the French language in Louisiana. French in Louisiana has been spoken for hundreds of years, and, in spite ...
    • LOVE CULTURE IN AMERICAN COSMOPOLITAN MAGAZINE ADVERTISEMENTS: THE WAYS SEX AND BEAUTY PORTRAY LOVE 

      Hover, Molly (University of Oregon, 2016-02)
      This Thesis seeks to prove that a love culture exists in American magazine advertisements by analyzing hundreds of ads from Cosmopolitan over the last fifty plus years. Data from the ads was collected from every decade ...
    • Low Impact Development Policy Adoption in MS4 Phase I Stormwater Management Programs West of the Continental Divide 

      Ortiz, Omar (Department of Planning, Public Policy & Management, University of Oregon, 2014-05)
      Low impact development is recognized as an effective means of controlling the impacts of urban stormwater. The majority of research on low impact development (LID) discusses its viability as ...
    • Low-Power FM Radio Resistance and Community 

      Hayes, Bryan (Department of Planning, Public Policy & Management, University of Oregon, 2012-06)
      The Telecommunications Act of 1996 deregulated broadcast ownership resulting in unprecedented media consolidation and greatly reducing the number and diversity of voices represented in broadcast media. Low-power FM (LPFM) ...
    • Lower Siletz Basin Flood Mitigation Action Plan 

      University of Oregon. Dept. of Planning, Public Policy and Management. Community Planning Workshop; LeDuc, Andre; Shillinglaw, Craig (2000-09)
    • Lower Siletz Basin Flood Mitigation Action Plan 

      University of Oregon. Dept. of Planning, Public Policy and Management. Community Planning Workshop; Shillinglaw, Craig; LeDuc, Andre (University of Oregon, 2000-09)
      The lower Siletz River basin sustained major damage as a result of flooding in 1996, 1998, and 1999. These events, combined with past floods in the Lower Siletz watershed, underscored the need for the Lower Siletz River ...
    • Lowering the Carbon Emissions Footprint of Enterprise Data Centers Through Energy Efficiency Gains 

      Tomory, Cecilia (2010-02-24)
      Selected literature published between 2004 and 2009 is mined for emerging trends and best practices regarding green IT and data centers. Environmental issues are becoming a serious industry concern, spurred by local and ...
    • Lrig1 + Stem Cells and Their Role During Colitis Recovery 

      Jahahn, Nicholas (2017)
      The intestine is a highly regenerative organ in humans and mice in which epithelial cells are replenished weekly and damage is rapidly repaired. Lrig1 protein has been shown to mark a population of quiescent stem cells ...
    • Lunchtime! Next Steps for Farm to School Programs in Oregon 

      Derwingson, Aaron (Department of Planning, Public Policy & Management, University of Oregon, 2008-06)
      Farm to school programs connect schools with local farmers, ranchers and fishermen to bring fresh, locally produced products into school cafeterias. These programs have the potential to support sustainable agriculture, ...
    • Lyric Poetry, Conservative Poetics, and the Rise of Fascism 

      Lisiecki, Chet (University of Oregon, 2014-10-17)
      As fascist movements took hold across Europe in the 1920s and 1930s, there emerged a body of lyric poetry concerned with revolution, authority, heroism, sacrifice, community, heritage, and national identity. While the Nazi ...
    • “L’autobiografia dell’artista 'divino' tra sacro e secolarizzazione” 

      Massimo, Lollini (Annali d'Italianistica, 2007)
      This article analyzes the “deification” of the Renaissance artist as a consequence of the encounter of Neoplatonic and Christian trends, which will ultimately usher in secular autobiography.
    • Machine Based Artistic Production (MBAP) 

      Krajkowski, Alex (University of Oregon, 2015)
      My practice involves surrendering control to a variety of generative processes as a way to create an image. By exposing gelatin silver paper to obscure chemical processes, or using simple machines to create photomechanical ...
    • A Macintosh Design Studio 

      Brown, G. Z.; Novitski, B. J. (Center for Housing Innovation, University of Oregon, 1988)
      During the past year at the University of Oregon, we have conducted an experimental design studio in which each student had an Apple Macintosh SE microcomputer on his or her studio desk. Each term we experimented with a ...
    • Mackenzie, Dr. K. A. J. and Cora, House, national Register of Historic Places Nomination -- Continuation Sheet 

      Teague, Edward H., 1952- (2011-04-30)
      The continuation sheet to the National Register documentation of the Dr. K. A. J. (Kenneth) and Cora Mackenzie House (Portland, Oregon, NRIS # 96000625, identifies a major error -- architect attribution -- in the National ...
    • Macoma balthica 

      Rudy, Paul Jr.; Rudy, Lynn Hay; Shanks, Alan; Butler, Barb (2013-06-11)
    • Macoma inquinata 

      Rudy, Paul Jr.; Rudy, Lynn Hay; Shanks, Alan; Butler, Barb (2013-06-11)
    • Macoma nasuta 

      Rudy, Paul Jr.; Rudy, Lynn Hay; Shanks, Alan; Butler, Barb (2013-06-11)
    • The Macroeconomic Consequences of Poverty and Inequality 

      Allen, Jeffrey (University of Oregon, 2014-09-29)
      This dissertation examines the macroeconomic effects of poverty and inequality. The second chapter considers the effect of poverty and subsistence consumption constraints on economic growth in a two-sector occupational ...
    • Macroeconomic models with endogenous learning 

      Gaus, Eric (University of Oregon, 2010-06)
      The behavior of the macroeconomy and monetary policy is heavily influenced by expectations. Recent research has explored how minor changes in expectation formation can change the stability properties of a model. One common ...
    • Mad cows, mad corn and mad communities: the role of socio-cultural factors in the perceived risk of genetically-modified food 

      Finucane, Melissa (Cambridge University Press, 2002)
      The rapid globalization of the world economy has increased the need for a knowledge base of reliable socio-cultural differences in perceptions, values and ways of thinking about new food technologies. Awareness of ...