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  • Badley, William (Middle Tennessee State University, 1993)
    Andrew Marvell's Mower poems, as a group, have been seen divergently as "charming" pastoral divertissements, ironic anti-pastorals, emblematic soul struggles, and theological allegories but have not been examined carefully ...
  • Elizabeth Vest (Middle Tennessee State UniversityTAMS Journal, 2015-03-20)
    From a social constructivist and pragmatist point of view, this qualitative case study looks at how new teacher navigate working within a Professional Learning Community or PLC team. Through structured interviews, the ...
  • Crow, Jennifer M (University Honors College, Middle Tennessee State University, 2017-12)
    This study examines the social consequences Mormon feminists face when they advocate for gender equality in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS or Mormon). Ten in-depth interviews with Mormon feminist women ...
  • JEWLScholar (James E. Walker Library, Middle Tennessee State University, 2015)
  • Hill, Joshua Michael (Middle Tennessee State University, 2013-06-06)
    An individual's decision making and life outcomes are often affected by noncognitive factors such as social skills and personality traits. A small but growing literature investigates the impact of noncognitive factors and ...
  • Calatrello, Stephen (Middle Tennessee State University, 2009)
    Although Norman Maclean is best known for his novella A River Runs through It, in Young Men and Fire, he asserts a central premise that undergirds his work: "The problem of identity is always a problem, not just a problem ...
  • Clements, Joel S. (Middle Tennessee State University, 2016-03)
    A meeting should help an organization better accomplish its mission. Many times our meetings do not achieve this goal. This does not have to be the case. Individuals and organizations invest significant time and resources ...
  • McCullough, Zack (Middle Tennessee State University, 2017-03-21)
    During the years known as Reconstruction, the Southern United States transitioned from slavery, along with many other societies throughout the world. Southern planters and reformers debated how to deal with this post-emancipation ...
  • Tillner, Olivia Lane (Middle Tennessee State University, 2016-03-23)
    The term ‘museum school’ suggests a seemingly straightforward concept; one in which a museum and school coexist and benefit together. While, this is true, it does not include the wider and varied definitions associated ...
  • Barry, Amanda (Middle Tennessee State University, 2015-09-12)
    An aging generation of African Americans and many African American communities across the South are seeking ways to preserve their legacy of educational heritage. Large portions of this heritage are the schoolhouses in ...
  • Johnson, Amanda Rachel (Middle Tennessee State University, 2014-06-26)
    Both William Faulkner and Carson McCullers question distinctions between deviance and normalcy through characters that challenge parameters of socially accepted behavior. In Sanctuary (1931) Faulkner presents the seedy ...
  • ALMARWANI, NOGOOD (Middle Tennessee State University, 2016-11-11)
    The efficacy of pyrimidine and purine nucleotide metabolism plays a critical role in the progression of biological systems. The process of nucleotide degradation exists in all organisms. The nucleoside degradation and ...
  • Jeffries, Thomas (Middle Tennessee State University, 1991)
    Various numerical methods involving polynomials were employed for both interpolation and linear least-squares curve fitting of the atomic scattering factors of X-ray diffraction. This included use of Lagrangian and orthogonal ...
  • Boone, Jasper (Middle Tennessee State University, 1972)
  • Tilton, Joshua (University Honors College, Middle Tennessee State University, 2018-05)
    The focus of this creative thesis is to experiment with the nuances of literary innocence. More specifically, this thesis looks at instances of an actor projecting innocence on an object, and the inevitable confrontation ...
  • Pudota, Reshma (Middle Tennessee State University, 2013-03-29)
    Previous research indicates that the framing of public demonstrations, in terms of civil liberties or civic dangers, has an impact on public opinion regarding the demonstrators. However, this research has focused predominantly ...
  • Lax, Jacob Benjamin (Middle Tennessee State University, 2018-03-28)
    Research suggests an association between meat and masculinity, but little is known about men who are vegetarian. Drawing on literature primarily from the sociology of gender and ecofeminism, this thesis employs a ...
  • Knowles, Susan (Middle Tennessee State University, 2011)
    The success of the Tennessee marble industry is due to a combination of cultural idealism and economic imperatives. Desire for marble building materials can be traced to the marriage of architecture and political idealism ...
  • Wright, William (University Honors College, Middle Tennessee State University, 2015)
  • Hoffman, Paul Taylor (Middle Tennessee State University, 2017-08)
    The Avery Trace was the first road from the east into Middle Tennessee. This is an inventory of the remaining landmarks on its path, and further study of the historic landscape.

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