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"I'm Positive. So What?" HIV Illness Narratives from Zimbabwe and the United States
Storytelling is potentially an important resource for HIV-positive individuals as they grapple with the changes HIV brings to their lives and seek ways to make meaning of their experiences. Illness narratives in particular ...
“A Document in Madness:” Representations of Ophelia as Lovesick Madwoman in the Mid-Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries
In the nineteenth-century in England, Shakespeare’s character Ophelia was the most represented subject of English literary painting. Elaine Showalter suggests that “the changing representations of Ophelia over the ...
Interconnectedness: Changing Landscapes
I visually explore landscape as inspired by looking through the lens of sustainability. This exploration considers a landscape in terms of systems and substances. Through papermaking, printmaking, mixed media assemblage ...
Variations of Solar Wind Parameters Over a Solar Cycle: Expectations for NASA's Solar TErrestrial RElations Observatory (STEREO) Mission
The solar wind is plasma that flows outward from the sun into the heliosphere. Plasma consists of energetic particles, or electrically charged gas. Although the Sun is at the center of our solar system, not much is known ...
Mentor Relationships and Feared Selves: A Qualitative Study
The current study explored the ways in which mentors helped Black college students to avoid feared selves grounded in negative stereotypes. A purposive sample of 21 undergraduates (11 male, 10 female) who had completed at ...
The Effects of Orthography and Phonology on Vocabulary Acquisition
The purpose of this study was to examine whether orthographic and phonological properties of nonwords facilitate or inhibit vocabulary acquisition in adult skilled readers. Participants' eye movements were measured as they ...