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The Georgia Voter Identification Requirement: Is it a Form of Voter Disenfranchisement? 

Mack, LaKerri (2012-05-04)
As an American citizen, my observation reveals that access to the franchise has been prohibited or limited for African Americans and the poor since 1863. Congress and the Supreme Court have been consistent in their legislation ...

A Geospatial Approach to Preserving Location Privacy 

Tadakaluru, Aditya (2023-04-26)  ETD File Embargoed
Sharing true locations of users has become a basic requirement for accessing Location-based services (LBS) on a wide range of web and mobile applications. LBS require users to provide their current location for service ...

Geotextile Antenna Design for Mobile Phone Cooperative Communication Relay Node 

Li, Houmin (2008-12-15)
The geotextile is widely applied in civil construction where textile materials can offer a distinct advantage. It can be electrified by weaving conductive strips into the textile structure. This could give the geotextile ...

Getting Hair 'Fixed': Black Power, Transvaluation, and Hair Politics 

Bell, Monita (2008-05-15)
The afros that emerged during the Black Power movement of the 1960s and 1970s boldly proclaimed that hair is both important and political. The afro directly challenged the traditional ideal of beauty that devalued natural ...

Getting the News and Getting Ahead: Correspondence and News Culture in Early Stuart England 

Jones, Yvette (2015-05-11)
In early seventeenth-century England, court politics and the spread of news were closely connected. Many outside of James I’s inner political circle were deeply concerned with what was happening at the center of power. ...

"Getting Things 'Alt' Enough": A Rhetorical Analysis of Composition Scholars' Use of Hybrid Academic Discourse 

Wilkinson, Caroline (2009-04-15)
Much writing studies research addresses the benefits of undergraduates’ application of hybrid academic discourse in the composition classroom, but there has not been research on scholars’ use of it. This thesis analyzed ...

Geysering Caused by the Sudden Release of Pressurized Air Pockets 

Muller, Kathleen Z. (2017-04-26)
Uncontrolled air pockets released from water filled shafts can lead to geysering in stormwater systems. Such occurrences are deleterious from public health and environmental standpoints and can cause property and structural ...

The Ghana National Health Insurance Policy: Evaluation of Equity of Coverage and Financial Sustainability 

N-Yaaba, Lawrence (2014-08-07)
One of the overarching objectives of initiating and implementing public policy is to enhance and advance the welfare of citizens. It is in this disposition that the Ghana government in 2003 initiated a universal health ...

GHS in the USA: Effects of Pictograms, Signal Words, and Performance Based Qualifiers on Hazard Communication 

Boelhouwer, Eric (2010-12-10)
Three studies were conducted to better understand the effects of the use of signal words, pictograms, and performance based qualifiers test used in the Globally Harmonized System for the Classification and Labelling of ...

The GI Coffeehouse Movement, 1968-1972: Class-Based Activism in the Vietnam War 

Miles, Ashley (2020-04-20)
This work examines the GI coffeehouse movement of the Vietnam era in the United States from the years 1968 to 1972 by analyzing the underground newspapers that the coffeehouses produced. From one perspective this work ...

Giant Janus Liposomes: Preparation, Self-Assembly and Motion 

Liu, Zening (2020-07-17)
Presented in this Dissertation are a series of studies on Janus liposomes, their formation, self-assembly and motion behaviors. Liposomes are closed, spherical lipid bilayer assemblies dispersed in water. Since their ...

“Girls” in Name Only: A Study of American Red Cross Volunteers On the Frontlines of World War II 

Ramsey, Julia (2011-05-09)
This thesis reviews the wartime contributions and achievements of the women who volunteered for the American Red Cross during World War II driving Clubmobiles along the frontlines in the European theatre. The work posits ...

A GIS-based Analysis of the Hotel Locations Choice in Manhattan, New York, 1820-2012 

Du, Ting (2015-07-24)
Location is one of the most important elements of hotel development. This study aims to investigate the locations of hotels in Manhattan, New York. This research was conducted for the following purposes: (1) to analyze ...

The Glass Hospital 

Mosier, Rebecca (2022-04-27)
This paper considers how the COVID-19 pandemic altered health care workers (HCWs) and their experiences with workplace discrimination. This research combines theories using glass as a metaphor (such as the glass escalator, ...

Glauconite as an Indicator of Sequence Stratigraphic Packages in a Lower Paleocene Passive-Margin Shelf Succession, Central Alabama 

Udgata, Devi (2007-12-15)
The Lower Paleocene Clayton Formation in central Alabama comprises a complete third-order depositional sequence that accumulated mainly on a passive-margin marine shelf. Glauconite occurs throughout the sequence, providing ...

Global and Local Cardiac Functional Analysis with Cine MR Imaging: A Non-Rigid Image Registration Approach 

Feng, Wei (2009-08-05)
According to the World Health Report 2003, cardiovascular disease (CVD) made up $29.2\%$ of total global deaths, which highlights the importance of clinical cardiovascular research. Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) has ...

Global existence of classical solutions, spreading speeds, and traveling waves of chemotaxis models with logistic source on R^N 

Salako, Rachidi Bolaji (2018-07-12)
This dissertation is devoted to the study of the classical Keller-Segel chemotaxis systems with space-time heterogeneous logistic source function on $R^N$. Chemotaxis systems are mathematical models describing aggregation ...

Global existence, persistence, spreading speeds, and forced waves in chemotaxis models 

Xue, Shuwen (2021-07-29)
Chemotaxis models are widely used to describe the movements of biological species or living organisms in response to certain chemicals in their environments. This dissertation is devoted to the study of various dynamical ...

Global fire activities and their impacts on the terrestrial carbon budget in context of multiple environmental changes 

Yang, Jia (2015-07-28)
As one major disturbance in the earth system, fires modified vegetation structure and functioning, atmospheric composition, and climate conditions at both regional and global scales. Under the impacts of substantial changes ...

Global Hybrid Simulation of Kinetic Alfven Waves Associated with Magnetotail Reconnection and Fast Flows 

Cheng, Lei (2020-05-18)
It is believed Alfven waves, and particularly kinetic Alfven waves (KAWs), play an important role in the coupling between the solar wind and the magnetosphere. Although KAWs have been observed in the magnetotail and ...