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The View from the Road: Tourist Routes and the Transformation of Scenic Vision in Western Norway

Tvedten, Kristian (2012-05)
This paper explores how Norway’s National Tourist Routes are emblematic of the ways in which scenic landscapes are appropriated and patterned on a historical model of visual distinction. By privileging scenic vision above ...

Media as Weaponry: How Civil War Media Shaped Opinion and Morale

Spears, Matthew (2016-05)
This thesis focuses on the role of media during the Civil War and how it shaped the nation’s opinion and morale. It includes how media was used, by whom, and for what purposes. Specifically, I examine the various technologies ...

At Least She Died Free: The Possible Fates of Aging American Women Prisoners

Olson, Sara (2016-05)
This project examines the reasons for the growing cohort of aging American prisoners overall while focusing on living conditions inside prisons and the potential outcomes for older women in particular. Employing a qualitative ...

Page, Stage, Engage: Spoken Word as a Tool for Creating More Critical , Engaging, Social Justice Education Programs

Tran Myhre, Kyle (2016-05)
Spoken word and slam poetry - as both practice and culture - share with critical pedagogy an emphasis on asking questions, cultivating dialogue and counter-narratives, critical thinking, valuing personal experience and ...

Trying to Fit In: Barriers to Degree Completion for Part-Time Graduate Students

Mollen, Christine (2016-05)
This research explores factors that affect the persistence of part-time graduate students and how the part-time students at one large research university experience moving through their programs. Data collected though a ...

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