Results from a longitudinal studyResults from a longitudinal study
This exploratory analysis has shown fluidity in the concept of self-identified ethnicity, but more longitudinal research is needed to further clarify the (in)stability of ethnicity over time
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The End of Puritanism: American Perception of Sexuality from 1950s up to todayThe End of Puritanism: American Perception of Sexuality from 1950s up to today
We have decided to research the main factors that played drastic role in the changing process of that perception. It was proposed to divide the project into time periods for the sake of better understanding of progression of the events and references of the
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The 1918 Flu 3 The Search for the VirusThe 1918 Flu 3 The Search for the Virus
In our last lecture, we looked at how the City of Philadelphia coped with the deadly second wave of the 1918 Flu
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Committee: Dr. Rosemarie Zagarri >Dr. Jane T. Censer >Dr. Harold D. LangleyCommittee: Dr. Rosemarie Zagarri >Dr. Jane T. Censer >Dr. Harold D. Langley
Yet, no comprehensive work has investigated the triangular relationship that developed among slaves, white southerners, and the British when Great Britain’s forces blockaded and raided America’s coast during the War of 1812
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1. What is the feminist lens?1. What is the feminist lens?
Lynn, 1998. Feminist literary theory also suggests that the gender of the reader often affects our response to a text. For example
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1918 flu pandemic From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia1918 flu pandemic From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Soldiers from Fort Riley, Kansas, ill with Spanish influenza at a hospital ward at Camp Funston
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Honesty, Trust, and Legal Norms in the Transition to DemocracyHonesty, Trust, and Legal Norms in the Transition to Democracy
For Janos Kornai, Susan Rose-Ackerman, and Bo Rothstein, eds., Creating Social Trust: Problems of Post-Socialist Transition
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Name: Date: Immigration ExplorerName: Date: Immigration Explorer
This second wave of immigrants ended in 1914, as the First World War made migration both more difficult and dangerous. The third wav e of immigrants began in 1965 and is still occurring. Many of these new immigrants are from Asia and Latin
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Study Guide Chapter 6: ethnic geography: threads of diversityStudy Guide Chapter 6: ethnic geography: threads of diversity
Explain the differences between ethnicity and race as concepts in cultural geography
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