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51 Birrell, TianaEpisode 3: Chevron Pipeline SignsA podcast describing the environmental and human impact of the Chevron Pipeline at the University of Utah.Sites; Sightlines; Environmental literature; Chevron Pipeline - University of Utah - Utah2018
52 Warner, CleoEpisode 1: Fort-Douglas StationA podcast discussing the environmental and human impact of the Fort-Douglas station at the University of Utah.Sites; Sightlines; Environmental literature; Fort-Douglas - University of Utah - Utah2018
53 Silver, MayaEpisode 10: The Block UA podcast that discusses the human and environmental impact of Block U at the University of Utah.Sites; Sightlines; Environmental literature; Block U - University of Utah - Utah2018
54 George, LauraEpisode 2: Glen ChapelA podcast discussing the environmental and human impact of the Chapel Glen location at the University of Utah.Sites; Sightlines; Environmental literature; Chapel Glen - University of Utah - Utah2018
55 Breckenridge, ZakEpisode 9: Engineering CircleA podcast describing the environmental and human impact of the Engineering Circle and building at the University of Utah.Sites; Sightlines; Environmental literature; Engineering Circle - University of Utah - Utah2018
56 Jellen, NathanEpisode 7: The Architecture CourtyardA podcast describing the environmental and human impact of the Architecture Courtyard at the University of Utah.Sites; Sightlines; Environmental literature; Architecture Courtyard - University of Utah - Utah2018
57 Jessop, CharityEpisode 5: Geology BuilldingPodcast describing the environmental and human impact of the Geology Building at the University of Utah.Sites; Sightlines; Environmental literature; Frederick Sutton Geology Building - University of Utah - Utah.2018
58 Larsen, BrookeEpisode 4: Red Butte CreekA podcast describing the environmental and human impact of the Red Butte Creek at the University of Utah.Sites; Sightlines; Environmental literature; Red Butte Creek - University of Utah - Utah2018
59 Smay, HannahEpisode 8: LNCOA podcast describing the environmental and human impact of the LNCO building at the University of Utah.Sites; Sightlines; Environmental literature; LNCO - University of Utah - Utah2018
60 Tourgee, HeatherEpisode 6: Marriott PitPodcast describing the environmental and human impact of the Marriott Pit at the University of Utah.Sites; Sightlines; Environmental literature; Marriott Library - University of Utah - Utah2018
61 Banks, JohnA document history of the Morrisites in UtahIn conformity with my belief that no historian should ever attempt to prove a thesis, I have satisfied myself with collecting testimony, document t and datum. With these before me I am able to form my own opinions respecting the Morrisite movement , and I have no tear but that the reader will be equ...Church of the First Born (Morrisites)1909
62 Azoubi, Abdulaziz Ahmad SalihThe effect of social factors on emphatic-plain contrast in Jordan: a sociphonetic study of arabic in Amman CityArabic has a set of sounds called emphatics that contrast with their plain counterparts in secondary articulation. Previous research has indicated the presence of socially conditioned variation, realized in the consonants themselves and adjacent vowels. However, these investigations, have been limit...Sociolinguistics; Social Sciences; Jordanian Arabic2017
63 Zurcher, Jessica D.Exploring perceived norms of parent-child communication about pornographyExposure to pornography--both intentional and unintentional--is becoming a reality for many adolescents. According to Ropelato, the average age of first internet exposure to pornography is 11. Moreover, Manning describes regular consumption of pornographyadolescents; media; parent-child communication; pornography2016
64 Watterson, JaclynVentriloquisms: fictionsThe English ventriloquism comes from the Latin venter (belly) and loqui (to speak), suggesting a disembodied or misplaced voice, a speaking that appears to come from where it cannot logically originate. Indeed, one of the earliest appearances of the EngliCommunication and the arts; Fiction2015
65 Kilcoin, Tyler NicoleThe erotic as response: "the resurrection of the body" in d.h. lawrence and georges batailleThis project examines three literary texts written by two modern writers, D.H. Lawrence and Georges Bataille. D.H. Lawrence's Lady Chatterley's Lover and Georges Bataille's short stories, "Madame Edwarda" and "The Dead Man," deviate from conventional depictions of eroticism from the early to mid-twe...Comparative literature; Romance literature; British and Irish literature; Gender studies2016
66 Hain, Kathryn AnnThe slave trade of european women to the middle east and asia from antiquity to the ninth centuryIn the mid-ninth century, an Abbasid intelligence officer, Ibn Khurdadhbih, wrote a geography book, the extant sections of which describe the existing trade routes, products, and two major trade networks of the early Abbasid Empire. The Rus or Norse tradslave trade; slave women; trade to Baghdad; trade to China; trade to India2016
67 Hansen, Kody DouglasStructurating activity coordination during change in a facilities management organizationThis thesis project observes communication processes within and between activity systems in a large facilities management organization during a period of strategic change implementations. Twenty-seven interviews with employees from various divisions were analyzed using the constant comparative appro...activity; change; communication; facilities; organization; structuration2015
68 Paliewicz, Nicholas StephenNetworks of corporate subjectivity: southern pacific, rio tinto, bp and the rhetorical emergence of the corporate subjectThis dissertation maps networks that have enabled corporations to emerge as the most forceful argumentative and rhetorical subjects in our current communicative moment. Corporations are constitutional subjects within the legal arena, citizen-subjects in local and global communities, and visual subje...BP; Corporate Subject; Humanism; Latour; Rio Tinto; Southern Pacific2015
69 John, Kevin K.Using eye-tracking to optimize skin self-examination trainingUsing eye-tracking technology to capture the visual scanpaths of a sample of laypersons (N = 92), the current study employed a 2 (training condition: ABCDE vs. Ugly Duckling Sign) Ã- 2 (visual condition: photorealistic images vs. illustrations) factorial design to assess whether SSE training succee...dermatology; eyetracking; melanoma; skin self-examination; SSE; training2015
70 Stringham, Margaret JaneFrom red hoods to blue beards: fairy-tale intertexts in alejandra pizarnik and sylvia plathThis study addresses the unsung fairy-tale intertext between Alejandra Pizarnik and Sylvia Plath. As it does so, this project steps away from psychic considerations of their creative work as suicide poets and creates an international intertextual fairy-tale dialogue that fills a gap in the critical...Fairy Tale; Poetry2014
71 Siska, Amanda Friz"You have to be your own doctor": neoliberal reconfigurations of expertise on thebump.comExpertise is increasingly relied upon in the making of decisions, particularly decisions pertaining to health and pregnancy. And yet, recent interactions between scientists and the American public have highlighted the fact that scientific expertise has become a contested, if not rejected, form of kn...authenticity; expertise; neoliberalism; online communities; pregnancy; rhetoric2013
72 Ford, JulieDeterminants of the sex ratio at birth: evidence from the china 2000 and 2010 county population censusBy analyzing evidence from the China 2000 and 2010 County-level Censuses, which includes over 3,000 county units, questions regarding which socio-demographic covariates correlate with the sex ratio at birth can be answered. This study investigated variables that have connections to gender discrimina...China; China county census; education gap; Sex ratio at birth; virilocal marriage; women2014
73 Shehata, Asmaa KWhen variability matters in second language word learning: talker variability and task type effectsThis study addressed the role of talker variability in the perception of nonnative contrastive phonemes by adult second language (L2) learners who had no prior knowledge with the target language. Specifically, the study explored how training with varying talkers could affect native English speakers'...Language Perception; Talker Variability; Task Type; Variability; Word Learning2013
74 Seegert, NatashaAnimate rhetoric, queer beasts: rewilding domesticityBoundary violations between the human and the more-than-human serve as unruly "crossings" that queer and rewild the world as we know it. Animate Rhetoric, Queer Beasts: Rewilding Domesticity explores such puncturings of our everyday worlds. Specifically, I am interested in how animals challenge and ...Communication; Environmental Studies; Rhetoric2014
75 Mcauliffe, Shena MarieThe healing machineThe compositions in The Healing Machine are assemblages of archival and invented documents, narratives, meditations, and language. Formally, they are assembled from fragments, capitalizing on the human impulse to connect unlike things, to see patterns and invent coherent narratives ...Creative Writing; Essays; Fiction; Nonfiction; Short Stories2014
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