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“And that’s the story”: Themes of Medicalization within Disney and Kotex’s The Story of Menstruation 

McFarland, Cristiana Shipma (2019-04-18)
This thesis examines themes of medicalization of menstruation in the 1946 Disney film The Story of Menstruation, a film that discusses the physiological process of menstruation and different tactics to manage the menstrual ...

The Business of Love: Managing the Challenges of Legitimizing the Work of the Babysitter 

Kowtko, Lily (2020-04-15)
This thesis examines how babysitters construct their work as being more or less real work. I argue that babysitters construct their work as being both real and not real at the same time. In some ways, the work is real, ...

Graduate Student Burnout and Cynicism: Examining the Effects of Student Co-Rumination and Need for Cognition 

Newport, Matthew (2020-04-14)
Life for graduate students can be challenging, as they must find some way to balance their academic demands with other areas of their lives. Attempting to find such a balance only increases the stress that graduate students ...

Perceptions of Internal Organizational Diversity Efforts of Black, Indigenous, and Women of Color Working in Public Relations 

Mayer, Ashley (2022-04-26)
This thesis explores how Black, Indigenous, and women of color (BIWOC) working in public relations perceive their workplace diversity and inclusion efforts. Some perceptions of workplace diversity and inclusion efforts ...

Public school teachers during COVID-19: A study of performance using job demands-resources theory 

Schell, David (2021-07-14)
This study examines the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on public school teacher performance. The study uses job demands-resources (JD-R) theory to view the overall relationship between the positives and negative aspects ...

Sensemaking, Screenwriting, and Transgressive Women: Phoebe Waller-Bridge's Career Sensemaking in the Male-Dominated Screenwriting Industry 

Klebous, Alison (2020-04-15)
Screenwriting is a creative industry characterized by a high level of male-dominance within the broader male-dominated Hollywood landscape. As a result, many women who pursue careers in screenwriting find themselves ...