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    • Sound now, seek and you will find 

      Asahina, Lee (2017-06-22)
      My terminal project consists of paintings composed of flowers, hands, and scribbles along with various other shapes and marks that mine the personal, the cultural, and the historical. I make paintings in the spirit of ...
    • What I know now 

      Wallace, Meril (2017-06-22)
      Abstract: Here is where I first learned to love. To love the place that I am from. To love the harshness of the landscape and hot afternoon winds that rush between canyon walls. Where did this love come from? From time. ...
    • To Cloak Empty Space 

      Hampton, Mandy (2017)
      To sculpt is to cloak empty space in material. Like a balloon containing air, my sculptures give shape to empty spaces, while simultaneously concealing them. The experience of making a sculpture is like hiking up a mountain; ...
    • I Carry You with Me: On Representation and the Bodily Event 

      Couch, Chelsea (2017)
      This paper explores the complexities of presenting an image of the body as well as a representation of the bodily event. Central to this inquiry is an examination of the subject/object relationship (the perception of self ...
    • infinite nowhere: on texts, trails, and speaking to place 

      Linn, Ronald (2017)
      I am of the practice of trying, often failing. My practice attempts to navigate the territories between dichotomies of text/image, image/object, meditation and direct experience, interior and exterior space. I am ...
    • $500 OBO 

      Joe, Moore (2017)
    • Nutritional Groove 

      Morgan, Mary (2017)
    • Catalogue of the Oregon State University, Eugene City, Oregon 1877 

      University of Oregon (University of Oregon, 1877)
    • Collaborative group assessment : self-assessment tool and results for the Southern Willamette Forest Collaborative 

      Huber-Stearns, Heidi; Ellison, Autumn (Ecosystem Workforce Program, Institute for a Sustainable Environment, University of Oregon, 2017)
      The SWFC partnered with the Ecosystem Workforce Program (EWP) at the University of Oregon to develop assessment tools to help inform their ongoing work. Using a number of existing collaborative assessments as examples, EWP ...
    • Advancing rural conservation-based economic development : framing our community in Elk City, ID 

      Ellison, Autumn; Davis, Emily Jane (Ecosystem Workforce Program, Institute for a Sustainable Environment, University of Oregon, 2016)
      Across the U.S. West, many rural communities adjacent to publicly owned federal lands have been greatly affected by changes to federal land management policies and by economic restructuring of the wood products industry. ...
    • The impact and acceptability of Canadian-style cigarette warning labels among U.S. smokers and nonsmokers 

      Peters, Ellen; Romer, Daniel; Slovic, Paul; Jamieson, Kathleen Hall; Wharfield, Leisha M.; Mertz, C. K.; Carpenter, Stephanie M. (2007)
    • Discrimination, vulnerability, and justice in the face of risk 

      Satterfield, Theresa A.; Mertz, C.K.; Slovic, Paul (2004)
      Recent research finds that perceived risk is closely associated with race and gender. In surveys of the American public a subset of white males stand out for their uniformly low perceptions of environmental health risks, ...
    • Coping with stigma: Challenges & opportunities 

      Kunreuther, Howard; Slovic, Paul (1999)
      This final section considers what can be done to cope with stigma. Kunreuther and Slovic identify four strategies for coping with stigma. Walker, in a response to Kunreuther and Slovic, questions the assumption that society ...
    • Perceptions of ecological risk from natural hazards 

      Axelrod, Lawrence J.; McDaniels, Timothy; Slovic, Paul (1999)
      This study examines lay perceptions of ecological risk (risk to the health and productivity of natural environments) associated with natural hazards. Ratings of 30 specific characteristics influencing risk judgments and ...
    • Teen Health Care Decisions : How Maturity and Social Policy Affect Four Hard Cases 

      Harris, Leslie Joan (Emerald Publishing Limited, 2017-05-10)
      Legal standards that allow teens to make health care decisions, or any important decisions, must account for the contingency and variability of minors’ capacity. Traditional law denied minors’ legal authority to make any ...
    • The risk game 

      Slovic, Paul (1998)
      In the context of health, safety, and environmental decisions, the concept of risk involves value judgments that reflect much more than just the probability and consequences of the occurrence of an event. This article ...
    • Insensitivity to the Value of Human Life: A Study of Psychophysical Numbing 

      Fetherstonhaugh, David; Slovic, Paul; Johnson, Stephen M.; Friedrich, James (1997)
      A fundamental principle of psychophysics is that people's ability to discriminate change in a physical stimulus diminishes as the magnitude of the stimulus increases. We find that people also exhibit diminished sensitivity ...
    • Risk perception and trust: Challenges for facility siting 

      Slovic, Paul; Kunreuther, Howard; MacGregor, Donald (1996)
      The challenges associated with siting new waste facilities revolve around perceptions of the health, safety and environmental risks by the different interested parties. This paper stresses the importance of establishing ...
    • Health risk perception in Canada I: Rating hazards, sources of information and responsibility for health protection 

      Krewski, Daniel; Slovic, Paul; Bartlett, Sheryl; Flynn, James; Mertz, C. K. (1995)
      A national survey of 1500 Canadians was carried out to assess public perception of health risks. Questionnaire items focused on ratings of perceived risk, sources of information on health risks and responsibility for risk ...
    • Trust, emotion, sex, politics, and science: Surveying the risk-assessment battlefield 

      Slovic, Paul (1999)
      Risk management has become increasingly politicized and contentious. Polarized views, controversy, and conflict have become pervasive. Research has begun to provide a new perspective on this problem by demonstrating the ...