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Quiet Leader: A Woman's Autoethnographic Leadership Study
Leadership is widely researched and discussed across many disciplines. Most research indicates that good leaders are often thought to exhibit traits such as extraversion, or have certain abilities, like excellent communication ...
Positive Effects of Art Therapy for Women and Children from Backgrounds of Domestic Violence
Domestic violence, specifically, that which is perpetrated against women and children, causes physical, mental, and emotional trauma, resulting in a variety of pervasive injuries and disorders. The purpose of the research ...
Pieces: the Women of Nauvoo
This art installation commemorates the experience of Mormon pioneer women who helped to build, lived in, and were eventually expelled from the city of Nauvoo, Illinois in the mid nineteenth century. It consists of oil ...
One Stitch at a Time: Piecing Together Communication/Community in Women's Quilting
This thesis is a snapshot of the communicative process that occurs by a group of women who come together on a weekly basis to quilt for charity. Of particular interest are the ways their processes shape community building. ...