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    • Gender disparities among Tanzanian public schools 

      Mollel, Esuvat (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Research Services, 2016-04)
      This research analyzed Tanzania’s education system and sought to find if there were a disproportionate number of males to females who continued on from primary school to secondary school. In order to gather data on this ...
    • Gender stereotypes associated with altruistic acts 

      Seefeldt, Lacey D. (2008)
      Possible gender stereotypes associated with altruistic acts presented in two types of vignettes were investigated. A sample of 72 General Psychology students were recruited to participate. The researchers had three main ...
    • Gendered factors influencing college students to tan 

      Schumacher, Jessica; Richardson, Rhonda (2011)
      Tanning has become a social problem because the societal pressure to tan as a means to achieve beauty outweighs the health risks involved in the decision whether or not to tan (Bagdasarov, Banarjee, Greene, & Campo, 2008). ...
    • Gift giving characteristics of recipients and function of gifting anxieties 

      Nomura, Miki. (2009)
      Previous research suggests that gift giving is a form of identity presentation that enables givers to create a desired image of themselves for gift recipients. Sometimes, however, individuals experience anxiety when selecting ...
    • Guided reading, fluency, accuracy, and comprehension 

      Heston, Kristi (2011)
      The purpose of this study was to determine if the implementation of the Fountas and Pinnell Guided Reading System would have an effect on student levels of fluency, accuracy, and comprehension. A total of 40 second and ...
    • Half night, but it looks just like this 

      Weinberg, Sam (2013)
    • Hegemonic masculinity as a predictor of body satisfaction 

      Verhagen, Megan (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Research Services, 2016-04)
      The relationship between men and body satisfaction is a topic with increased traction within the academic community. However, there is currently no model in place that measures body satisfaction, and without a complete ...
    • High school counselors' influence 

      Logan, Katie.; O'Donnell, Katey (2007)
      Many college freshmen feel they are inadequately prepared to enter college due to a lack of guidance from their high school counselors. This study investigated comparative attitudes about the influence of school counselors ...
    • Higher education and student debt: how structural flaws affect rational investment 

      Hoffman, Hillary (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Research Services, 2016-04)
      Overwhelming debt for college students is an increasing phenomenon. When one plans to make a rational investment into their future through higher education, one simultaneously plans for the unavoidable debt load that ...
    • Homer in contemporary warfare 

      Verhagen, Megan (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Research Services, 2014-04)
      This article explores the concept of honor in the Homeric expression of battle presented in the Iliad and in contemporary warfare. Through the use of literary analysis and contemplation of social evolution, honor is ...
    • Hostage 

      Bamman, Jessica (2006)
      Society has an obligation to acknowledge social injustice in order to motivate action. In my drawings, I subtly portray domestic abuse showing how the action affects the victim's psychological state. Through the process ...
    • Immune mechanism in lung prevents fungal infection 

      Prahl, Bryan; Seehaver, Travis (2011)
      Aspergillus fumigatus is a filamentous fungus that can cause fatal infections in people with defective immunity. Healthy individuals have a strong resistance to this fungus, even when exposed to high concentrations of the ...
    • Impact of a citation on underage drinking behaviors: gendered differences 

      Grabowski, Jenalee; Gissing, Daniel P. (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Research Services, 2015-04)
      Underage drinking is integrated into the college culture and carries negative consequences such as underage drinking citations. A more critical look into this topic is important as the frequency of underage drinking remains ...
    • Impact of depression and anxiety on college transition stress 

      Olson, Kaitlyn (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Research Services, 2014-04)
      This study investigated whether students who had a previous diagnosis of depression and/or anxiety would have higher levels of stress related to the college transition than students who did not have such diagnoses. ...
    • Impact of guardian relationships on committed relationships and college students 

      Partridge, Heather; Baltus, Hannah. (2008)
      Over the past couple of decades, America's divorce rate has sky rocketed to almost half of all marriages ending in divorce. This study investigated the attitudes of male and female college students from a Midwestern college ...
    • The impact of health insurance on college students' lives 

      Johnson, Julia; Severson, Emma Jo (2010)
      Researchers have found evidence that college students who had inadequate health insurance tended to have difficulties focusing on their academics and work (Cook & Holahan, 2008; Arnold & Nicoteri, 2005; D'Heilly, Ehlinger, & ...
    • The impact of Hmong women's gender role endorsement on decision-making 

      Yang, Kao Lee (2011)
      Previous research has shown that Hmong women are taking on more modern gender role views as opposed to keeping their traditional, patriarchal views of gender roles. This research investigates Hmong women?s endorsement of ...
    • Impact of limited autonomy, bargaining, and legal rights on firm's GMC application 

      Gunderson, Cory (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Research Services, 2014-04)
      Genetically modified crops have various economic costs and benefits. Their significance and benefits are numerous with highly concentrated biotech seeds controlling 88-94% of all corn, soybean, and cotton production. ...
    • In loving memory 

      Catton, Mackenzie (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, 2017-04)
      I am reborn a woman, time and time again, morning by morning, in my birthing vessels that shelter ephemeral scraps of remembrance, lingering on the edge of futile reconstruction and forgottenness. Through a habit of ...
    • Incarceration and fatherhood: adapting to the change 

      Brown, Michael A.; Nelson, Ashley E. (2011)
      Father involvement plays an important role in the development of children, and for fathers who are incarcerated this presents challenges that seem insurmountable (Sarkadi, Kristiansson, Oberklaid, & Bremberg, 2008; Arditti, ...