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  • Smith, Erinne Renee (Middle Tennessee State University, 2019)
    Human trafficking is a pervasive crime that affects thousands, if not millions, of people worldwide. I start my thesis by reviewing sociological literature on human trafficking, as well as on framing, media, and emotions. ...
  • Schlacter, Tara (Middle Tennessee State University, 2018)
    This study examined the extent to which nine noncognitive variables predicted academic performance in undergraduate students. Specifically, performance self-efficacy measured by final course grade and overall collegiate ...
  • Magliacano, Christopher M. (Middle Tennessee State University, 2018)
    ABSTRACT The purpose of this study was to determine the degree of nonverbal spreading activation within a sample of individuals diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease (AD) as compared to a control group. Prior research on ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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.
  • Akin, Hobart Akin (Middle Tennessee State University, 2016-10-25)
    Residing inside the boundaries of Old Stone Fort State Archaeological Park, the now empty foundations sit astride a section of low, wall-like mounds that run along the Barren Fork of the Duck River as a testament to the ...
  • Alsubhi, Ameen (Middle Tennessee State University, 2015-08-10)
    Considering the importance of 2-Amino-3-cyano-4H-pyran derivatives and the need for the development of new environmental friendly synthetic methodologies, the combination of Multicomponent Coupling reactions (MCR) and Deep ...
  • Dohner, Robert Joseph (Middle Tennessee State University, 2020)
    For a graph G, distinguishing sets can be used for detection purposes. Whether it be setting up sensors to detect a thief in a facility or detecting a faulty component in a network of processors, these types of sets can ...
  • Adams, Elizabeth Rene (Middle Tennessee State University, 2018)
    This study operationally defined Office Housework as non-role-specific work that a) benefits the organization, b) does not directly benefit the worker in their work capacity, and c) is underappreciated and generally goes ...
  • Chen, Chan (Middle Tennessee State University, 2014-05-23)
    Social media, along with the birth of web page based data-mining programs, has provided new opportunities for opinion leadership research. The Chinese people have not only embraced the innovation of social media, but also ...
  • Fitzgerald, Emily Elizabeth (Middle Tennessee State University, 2015-03-26)
    In researching equine parasites, larval cyathostomin populations must be quantified. Mechanical digestion was developed over 30 years ago to enumerate encysted stages of cyathostomes. This study examined the optimal ...
  • Nichols, Daniel (Middle Tennessee State University, 2015-04-14)
    Elementary cellular automata (ECA) is using Boolean logic functions to generate populations of ones and zeros. Population takes place temporally; each row of bits are populated based on the data from the previous row. The ...
  • Linam, Alisha M. (Middle Tennessee State University, 2013-03-28)
    The Tennessee Mormon Massacre, or the Cane Creek Massacre, occurred on August 10, 1884, in Lewis County, Tennessee. A masked mob attacked the James Conder farm during a Sunday worship service and murdered four members of ...
  • Clutter, Chelsey Reid (Middle Tennessee State University, 2015-03-25)
    Children are becoming more involved in organized and recreational sports, which increases the likelihood of an overuse injury occurring (Brenner, 2007). This can be detrimental to young athletes and can affect their social, ...

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