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Abstract My work, both drawing and painting, contains atmospheres that are made dense and then stretched to the breaking point. The space is crippled and crumpled. The space at times mimics the space of this questionable reality. Realities lead to alternate realities. In the end they are all ethereal and solid, whimsical and solemn. I see no difference between a ditch o....

By Theodore Zanardelli-Art-Ohio State University / OhioLINK-masters-2012-08-14
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There were 3 objectives of this study. Our first objective was to compare the heat generated when using a CAD/CAM guide with different types of irrigation. Our second objective was to compare the temperature increases at the crestal and apical positions while drilling with a CAD/CAM guide. Our third objective was to examine the changes in temperature generated with the ....

By Kelly L. Podlosky-Dentistry-Ohio State University / OhioLINK-masters-2012-08-14
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This thesis reanalyzes data collected from published fieldwork sources and brings a new perspective to Shaoguan Tuhua, the genetically unclassified vernacular speech used in the Shaoguan area, northern Guangdong Province, China. The reanalysis consists of a quantitative study of the Shaoguan Tuhua varieties and some Hakka varieties (the regional lingua franca) and a con....

By Litong Chen-East Asian Languages and Literatures-Ohio State University / OhioLINK-masters-2012-08-14
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After the armistice that marked the end of the Great War, the continuing conflict on Germany’s eastern border contributed to the weakened German self-image. Poles, newly confident and militaristic after having witnessed the rebirth of their nation, stood as a perceived, and oftentimes real, threat to the German state and identity. The present work explores how the exp....

By Paul N. Niebrzydowski-History-Ohio State University / OhioLINK-masters-2012-08-14
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The premise of this research rests on the idea that race, class and gender are all central to the immigrants’ experience and that assimilation into the dominant culture is influenced by the immigrants’ national origin, the immigrants’ gender and his or her family’s socioeconomic status. I draw from the classical assimilation model proposed by (Gordon, 1964) to ....

By Mauricia A. John-Rural Sociology-Ohio State University / OhioLINK-doctoral-2012-08-14
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Within the American system of higher education, declining levels of economic support from public funding sources and changing views on the purposes of colleges and universities have resulted in a prioritization of faculty research agendas, an increased need for contingent faculty members, and shifting roles for many graduate teaching assistants. As faculty reward struct....

By Brian W. Janssen-EDU Policy and Leadership-Ohio State University / OhioLINK-doctoral-2012-08-14
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Wasps, Ants, Bees, and Sawflies one of the most familiar and important insects, are scientifically categorized in the order Hymenoptera. Parasitoid Hymenoptera display some of the most advanced biology of the order. Platygastroidea, one of the significant groups of parasitoid wasps, attacks host eggs more than 7 insect orders. Despite its success and importance, an unde....

By Charuwat Taekul-Evolution, Ecology and Organismal Biology-Ohio State University / OhioLINK-doctoral-2012-08-14
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Preference assessment methodologies have been demonstrated to effectively identify reinforcers for individuals with moderate to intensive disabilities, but the primary method of validating assessment outcomes has been to measure the occurrence of a simple operant response (e.g., card exchange). The effectiveness of a stimulus to function as a reinforcer for a simple ope....

By Christopher Aaron Tullis-EDU Physical Activity and Educational Services-Ohio State University / OhioLINK-doctoral-2012-08-14
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From the 1950s to the 1970s, the modern civil rights movement set into motion a profound transformation of citizenship rights. This study expands on this transformation, charting the development of disability rights activism and policy through the diverse campaigns that grappled with problems of public access after WWII through the passage of the Rehabilitation Act of 1....

By Lindsey Marie Patterson-History-Ohio State University / OhioLINK-doctoral-2012-08-14
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Contemporary research practices in palliative medicine attempt to reduce, define, and study spirituality in end-of-life care with “scientific rigor” by isolating what counts as “spiritual.” Contrary to this move, informants from multisite hospice and bereavement spaces in this ethnographic study insist that encounters with death and dying lead to irreducible tra....

By Catherine Anne Dean-Haidet-Comparative Studies-Ohio State University / OhioLINK-doctoral-2012-08-14
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Soaring incarceration rates have led to unprecedented numbers of parents serving time in America’s prisons and jails. These high rates have prompted researchers to consider the consequences of parental incarceration for children’s wellbeing. Thus, establishing the fundamental link between youths’ outcomes and parents’ incarceration has been the focus of consider....

By Heather Marie Washington-Sociology-Ohio State University / OhioLINK-doctoral-2012-08-14
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People often abandon their larger long-term goals when presented with smaller, yet more immediate rewards. Research on construal level theory (CLT; Trope & Liberman, 2003) suggests that these types of self-control failures are more likely when individuals are induced to mentally represent events through concrete, lower-level construal processes, compared to more abstrac....

By Karen E. MacGregor-Psychology-Ohio State University / OhioLINK-doctoral-2012-08-14
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