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S(ex)pression: Sexuality and Gender Oppression in Dirty War Argentina 

Burns, Kaitlin (2011-07-28)
The period of conflict known as the Dirty War was a pointedly sexual oppression inflicted on the people of Argentina by their fledgling militant government. For these adolescent powers that lacked political legitimacy, ...

Saadaka: An Aspect of Shamanism, Spiritual Power, and Pollution in Okinawa 

McCormick, Crystal (2011-01-13)
The island of Okinawa has a history rich with tradition and cultural practices that are unique even to the Japanese culture. Especially unique, are the religious practices incorporating shamanism. These practices incorporate ...

Safety and Quality of Non-Commercial Shell Eggs 

Santos-Norris, Geraldine (2018-07-26)
The market for non-commercially sourced shell eggs has primarily been driven by consumers’ perception of higher safety and quality. Due to the marginal availability of data on these eggs, the objective of this study was ...

Saline Irrigation of Five Diverse Landscape Plant Species for the Southeastern United States 

LeCompte, Judson Stuart (2013-05-07)
Research was conducted to determine salt tolerance of five common landscape species, Illicium parviflorum, Itea virginica ‘Henry’s Garnet’, Muhlenbergia capillaris, Begonia×semperflorens-cultorum and Portulaca oleracea. ...

Salmonella and Campylobacter Reduction and Quality Characteristics of Poultry Carcasses Treated with Various Antimicrobials in a Finishing Chiller® 

Nagel, Gretchen (2012-06-19)
With the implementation of more stringent regulatory guidelines, it is necessary for processors to employ new or additional pathogen intervention strategies for more effective control of Salmonella and Campylobacter ...

Salt and Light Water Purification System 

Ewing, Emile (2012-04-09)
The need for a proposed solution to help mitigate the world’s water crisis is presented. This need is not a new development in the 21st century, nor is the process of using electricity and chemicals to sanitize water. ...

Saltwater Intrusion and Trace Element Contaminations at the Coastal Aquifers of the Ganges Delta 

Ahmed, Nur (2016-12-19)
The coastal area of Bangladesh has a low topography lying at the confluence of the Ganges and Brahmaputra river systems in the Bengal Basin. The distribution of aquifer sediments in the subsurface is very complex where ...

Same/Different Reversal Learning in Pigeons (Columba livia) 

Goodman, Adam (2011-08-03)
Reversal learning is a common procedure for studying discrimination learning, but has yet to be studied in a same/different abstract-concept learning task. In the present study, the ability to learn a same/different task ...

Sample selection and reconstruction for array-based multispectral imaging 

Parmar, Manu (2007-05-15)
In this work we address the problem of acquisition of multispectral images in a sampled form and the subsequent processing of the acquired signal. The problem is relevant in the context of color imaging in digital ...

Sarmiento, Echeverría and Hernández’s Implementation of Historical Reciprocation in Argentina’s Battle of Oppression 

Buys, Stephen (2010-08-05)
A study of historical reciprocation in the literature of Sarmiento, Echeverría, and Hernández shows the political and social unrest in Argentina in the 19th century.

A satellite derived map of Ecological Systems in the East Gulf Coastal Plain, USA 

Kleiner, Kevin (2007-08-15)
Land cover mapping via remote sensing is an important tool for conservation and land management. A critical component to land cover mapping is defining the classification. A classification scheme must be sufficiently ...

Satiation Feed Consumption as an Inventory Tool to Assess Biomass of Channel x Blue Hybrid Catfish in Earthen Ponds 

Arguello, Ricardo (2011-11-15)
The present study was conducted to determine the percentage body weight of feed that specific sizes of hybrid catfish consume at various water temperatures when fed to satiation under pond conditions. This information, ...

Satisfaction Matters: A Comparative Study of African American Students in Education Programs within the Academy 

Anekwe, Obiora (2007-05-15)
Research has shown that when students have high-quality experiences on campus, student satisfaction levels increase. The mixed methods research presented is a comparative pilot study on the student satisfaction rate of ...

Saudi Student Integration in Southeastern U.S. Higher Education Institutions: A Study on the Impact of Academic, Social, and Cultural Adjustments Related to Academic Success 

Melius, Carrie (2017-11-16)
Saudi student enrollment in U.S. higher education institutions has been increasing due to factors like the rising enrollment of international students in the U.S. Another major reason includes the King Abdullah Scholarship ...

A scalable and sustainable wastewater treatment technology using a methanotroph-microalga co-culture 

Roberts, Nathan (2020-05-15)
Rapidly growing human population generates large volumes of industrial, municipal, and agricultural wastewater. Traditional wastewater processes face major drawbacks with high energy consumption, inefficient nutrient ...

A Scalable Approach For Deciphering Core Rationales as the Foundation of New Product Devleopment 

Robertson, Jason (2009-04-15)
Strategic plans are usually based on traditional statistical research and market segmentations like age, gender, zip code. Those segmentations do not reflect what people think about when they make decisions to buy a product ...

Scalable Collective Communication and Data Transfer for High-Performance Computation and Data Analytics 

Xu, Cong (2015-04-27)
Large-scale computer clusters are leveraged to solve various crucial problems in both High Performance Computing and Cloud Computing fields. Message Passing Interface (MPI) and MapReduce are two prevalent tools to tap the ...

Scalable, Self-Healing, and Real-Time Network Services for Directed Diffusion 

Casey, Kenan (2008-08-15)
Directed diffusion is a data-centric publish-subscribe routing protocol for sensor networks. We have proposed three network services which increase the capabilities of directed diffusion. Our protocols build on the inherent ...

Scalable, Self-Healing, and Real-Time Network Services for Directed Diffusion 

Casey, Kenan (2007-05-15)
Directed diffusion is a data-centric publish-subscribe routing protocol for sensor networks. We have designed, implemented, and evaluated three network services which build on the strengths of directed diffusion and lessen ...

Scale Economies in MFIs Abroad and Comparable U.S. Financial Institutions 

James, Natalie (2010-04-22)
The three essays of this dissertation employ a system of seemingly unrelated equations, each with a cost function and production input equations to determine the scale or point of production along the long-run average total ...