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  • Eichner, Matthew (University of Oregon, 2022-10-26)
    The purpose of this dissertation was to examine the CFP and its media presence through a political economic lens. For the political economic scholar, the CFP as an entry point into studying media and sport is a natural ...
  • Hixson, Carol G. (Nelson Poynter Memorial Library, 2014-03-26)
  • Vastfjall, Daniel; Slovic, Paul; Mayorga, Marcus (2014)
    In a great many situations where we are asked to aid persons whose lives are endangered, we are not able to help everyone. What do we then do? In a series of experiments, we first demonstrate that donors, in general, ...
  • O’Halloran, Simone; Kazeminejad, Yasmin (University of Oregon, Dept. of Architecture, Portland Program, 2019)
    Whole Building Life Cycle Assessments (WBLCA) are helpful tools in the evaluation of the environmental impacts of all of the components in a building. Inputs (like material extraction and manufacturing) and outputs (such ...
  • ERIC Clearinghouse on Educational Management; McChesney, James (Eugene, OR : ERIC Clearinghouse on Educational Management, College of Education, University of Oregon, 1998-12)
  • Pomes Lorences, Maria (University of Oregon, 2019-09-18)
    This thesis explores the diverse meanings attached to the concept of autonomy in Bolivia. Different sectors of society at the state level, and individuals from indigenous nations at the local level –in particular the Monkoxt ...
  • Guldin, Rachel (University of Oregon, 2022-10-04)
    In the wake of the 2016 and 2020 U.S. presidential elections and the COVID-19 pandemic, increasing public attention has been paid to the ability of citizens to use and understand news media, information, and digital ...
  • Zabel, Verena (University of Oregon, 2020-02-27)
    Arthur Schnitzler’s novella Fräulein Else has often been juxtaposed with Freud’s Bruchstücke einer Hysterie-Analyse, and both can be read as an endeavour to ‘give voice’ to the hysteric through representation. This ...
  • Kahn, Robert A. (University of Oregon School of Law, 2013-02-26)
    European hate speech laws rest in part on the idea that Europe’s past—in particular its Nazi past—creates a special situation, one that justifies restrictions on speech that would otherwise be incompatible with a liberal ...
  • Hintzman, Douglas L. (Institute of Cognitive and Decision Sciences, University of Oregon, 1990)
    This chapter explores the value of formal (mathematical and computer) models in psychology. Research on factors that have been shown to bias and limit unaided human reasoning is briefly reviewed, and it is noted that ...
  • Rees, Ashley A. (University of Oregon, 2007-05)
    This thesis examines the reasons that consociational theory has been unable to unite Iraq's disparate religious and ethnic communities and prevent sectarian violence. It describes, analyzes and applies Arend Lijphart's ...
  • Gevurtz, Franklin A. (University of Oregon School of Law, 2012)
    For years, scholars have debated why parties choose to incorporate under Delaware law companies that operate businesses in other states—since different answers to this question lead to different normative assessments of ...
  • Tran, Nam D. (University of Oregon, 2011-06)
    In this dissertation, I examine whether high disclosure costs explain why acquirers manage earnings before stock-for-stock acquisitions. Because stock-for-stock acquirers use their own shares to pay for targets' shares, ...
  • Kilmer, Mark (University of Oregon, Dept. of Architecture, Portland Program, 2008)
    Objective - To assess the motivating factors in participation of community garden users. This was done through a series of short interviews with users at various locations. An attempt to discover a set of morals and ...
  • Savin, Asher (University of Oregon, 2022-05)
    In this paper, I use locational phone data to model changes in skier turnout at Vail Mountain Resort and find that snow depth and cyclical factors are the primary variables driving attendance. In addition, no statistically ...
  • Spaventa, Kathryn (2007-06-29)
    Boys are assumed to be more reluctant to disclose sexual abuse than girls but empirical evidence is lacking. Previous qualitative research by Alaggia (2005) suggests that typical nondisclosure reasons for women are related ...
  • Atherton, Olivia E.; Chung, Joanne M.; Harris, Kelci; Rohrer, Julia M.; Condon, David M.; Cheung, Felix; Vazire, Simine; Lucas, Richard E.; Donnellan, M. Brent; Mroczek, Daniel K.; Soto, Christopher J.; Antonoplis, Stephen; Damian, Rodica Ioana; Funder, David C.; Srivastava, Sanjay; Fraley, R. Chris; Jach, Hayley; Roberts, Brent W.; Smillie, Luke D.; Sun, Jessie; Tackett, Jennifer L.; Weston, Sara J.; Harden, K. Paige; Corker, Katherine S. (PsychOpen, 2021-08-12)
    Personality is not the most popular subfield of psychology. But, in one way or another, personality psychologists have played an outsized role in the ongoing “credibility revolution” in psychology. Not only have individual ...
  • Rohrer, Kyle (University of Oregon School of Law, 2017-05-10)
    Part I of this Comment provides an overview of pretrial detention and its relationship to the presumption of innocence and wrongful convictions. Part II discusses international and domestic law governing pretrial detention ...
  • Hoogerhuis, Mara (Robert D. Clark Honors College, University of Oregon, 2004-04-14)
    Most people know that the 1960s and early 1970s were volatile years in the United States of America, and particularly for American universities. What many do not know, is that in addition to the well-known protests at ...
  • Zack, Naomi (Journal of World Philosophies, 2016)
    This is intended to be a “personal essay” about my work as a nonwhite philosopher. I find the premise condescending and somewhat annoying. I would not encourage anyone else who shares my demographics to follow my example, ...

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