Theses/Dissertations from 2017
IN THE BUTTERNUT BIG TIME: FOOD HUBS, FARMERS, AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF COMMUNITY AGRO-FOOD ECONOMIES, Lilian Brislen
Rooting a Successful Model for Agriculture in a Politics of Possibility: The Case of The Land Institute, Alicia Hullinger
Theses/Dissertations from 2016
GENDER MATTERS: MASCULINITIES AMONG AFRICAN AMERICAN MEN FARMING IN NORTH CAROLINA, Marcus K. Bernard
MAKING HEALTH A PRIORITY: CONSTRAINED CHOICES AT THE GROCERY STORE, Christy F. Brady
THE “WEIGHT” OF SOCIO-ECONOMIC STATUS, RACE/ETHNICITY, AND GENDER: A SYSTEMATIC EXAMINATION OF OBESITY AND ITS CO-MORBIDITIES, Gabriele Ciciurkaite
VOLUNTEERING AND DEMOCRATIZATION IN SOUTHERN AFRICA: A STRUCTURAL AND CULTURAL ANALYSIS, Sara Compion
Examining the Strain-Crime Relationship Among African American Women: An Empirical Test of Agnew's General Strain Theory, Nathan Lowe
The New Monastics and the Changing Face of American Evangelicalism, William A. Samson
Theses/Dissertations from 2015
EGOCENTRIC CONVERSION SOCIAL NETWORKS: CONTEXT, PROCESS AND IDENTITY IN EXPLAINING CONVERSION TO AND REVERSION FROM ISLAM IN THE UNITED STATES, Sakin Erin
Tactical Police Officers, Romantic Attachment and Job-Related Stress: A Mixed-Methods Study, Natalie Fagan
A Digital Dud? New Media, Participation, and Voting in the 2004 and 2008 United States Presidential Elections, Jeremy D. Hickman
THE TRANSITION TO RESILIENCE: A COMPARATIVE CASE STUDY OF TWO COMMUNITIES, John D. Johnson
LIVING WITHOUT GOD: FEMALE ATHEISTS AND STIGMA MANAGEMENT IN THE SOUTH OF THE UNITED STATES, Jamie L. Pond
THE STRUCTURATION OF CHINESE MIGRANT WORKERS: INSTITUTIONAL TRANSITIONS, LIFE EXPERIENCES AND SUBJECTIVE EXPERIENCES, Fayin Xu
Theses/Dissertations from 2014
SHIFTING THE ULTIMATUM: POLITICAL ALIENATION AND PARTICIPATION, Grace Cale
TALKING FOOD: MOTIVATIONS OF HOME FOOD PRESERVATION PRACTITIONERS IN KENTUCKY, Lisa Conley
SCIENCE WARS AS CULTURE WARS: FRACKING AND THE BATTLE FOR THE HEARTS AND MINDS OF WOMEN, Jenrose D. Fitzgerald
Explaining Public Opinion towards a Federal Educational Reform: The Impact of Accountability, Symbolism, Group Interest, and Authoritarianism on Support for the No Child Left Behind Law, Jonathon Holland
SOCIAL NETWORKS, DRUG USE, AND DRUG ABUSE HELP-SEEKING: A TEST OF THE NETWORK EPISODE MODEL AMONG AFRICAN AMERICAN WOMEN, Erin L. Pullen
IDENTITY AND SOCIAL RELATIONS: A CASE OF CHINESE GRADUATE STUDENTS IN THE U.S., Baiqing Zhang
Theses/Dissertations from 2013
Untangling Neoliberalism’s Gordian Knot: Cancer Prevention and Control Services for Rural Appalachian Populations, George F. Bills
CONVICTION CELERITY, PUNISHMENT SEVERITY, AND TREATMENT COMPLIANCE AS PREDICTORS OF DUI RECIDIVISM: MEDIATION AND MODERATION MODELS OF DETERRENCE, Megan F. Dickson
CAN WE SAY MORE NOW? A CLOSER LOOK AT ONLINE PUBLIC OPINION CHANGE IN CHINA, Ran Duan
Examination of the Use of Online and Offline Networks by Housing Social Movement Organizations, Jessica N. Kropczynski
Theses/Dissertations from 2012
“WHAT DO YOU DO WITH A STUDENT LIKE THAT?”: DEFIANCE, DISRESPECT AND LACK OF MOTIVATION IN THE HIGH SCHOOL CLASSROOM, Cynthia Stallard Glass
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