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PUTTING POLICE IN THE BOX: THE EFFECTIVENESS OF DATA-DRIVEN LAW ENFORCEMENT
This field project conducts a program evaluation of the Sheboygan Police Department's implementation of the Data-Driven Approaches to Crime and Traffic Safety (DDACTS) grant. The federally-funded DDACTS program engages ...
USING TRADITIONAL AND MOLERCULAR TECHNIQUES TO QUANTIFY Campylobacter jejuni IN BEACH WATER SAMPLES
Campylobacter jejuni is considered one of the most common causes of gastroenteritis in the world. Although, the GI illness caused by this bacterium is self-limiting, the post-infection complications that follow the ...
Disintegration and Reunification of Political Bodies in Shakespeare's Second History Tetralogy
In Shakespeare's Second English History Tetralogy the body functions as metaphor for the kingdom. In The King's Two Bodies Ernst Kantorowicz argues that a medieval king exists in two ontological phases, two bodies. Shakespeare ...
A PROGRESSIVE PRESCRIPTION: EPICENE PRONOUNS AND FEMINISM IN THE CHICAGO MANUAL OF STYLE
Prior to the standardization movement in grammar, singular they was commonly used as an epicene pronoun, only to be replaced by the male pronoun he as a generic in the eighteenth century. While usage rates for generic ...