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Socio-Economic Analysis Of An Agroforestry System With The Winnebago Tribe Of Nebraska , Marcella Brian Szymanski Jan 1997

Socio-Economic Analysis Of An Agroforestry System With The Winnebago Tribe Of Nebraska , Marcella Brian Szymanski

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The results from an economic analysis of an agroforestry system and a Participatory Rural Appraisal (PRA) for community land-use decision-making with the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska are presented as a series of three papers. The dissertation will emphasize different parts of the study with an overall focus on the community development aspects of the agroforestry system. Chapter 1 emphasizes the use of PRA to obtain an emic or "insiders" perspective on the land-use needs of the Winnebago Tribe and community. As a rapid, low-cost method of data collection, PRA techniques have been used as a means of incorporating indigenous knowledge ...


The African American Experience: Notes On Black Identity Development, Membership In A Historically Black Fraternity Or Sorority And Involvement, Kimberly Joyce Branch Jan 1997

The African American Experience: Notes On Black Identity Development, Membership In A Historically Black Fraternity Or Sorority And Involvement, Kimberly Joyce Branch

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

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Diversity In Fashion And Women's Roles From 1873 To 1912 , Sarah Louise Cosbey Jan 1997

Diversity In Fashion And Women's Roles From 1873 To 1912 , Sarah Louise Cosbey

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According to the ambivalence theory of fashion change, the increase of cultural ambivalence within a society is reflected by an increase in the heterogeneity of appearance-modifying commodities in the marketplace (Kaiser, Nagasawa, & Hutton, 1995).* The purpose of the present study was to see if evidence to support this theory could be found in a historical context where ambivalence about a cultural category occurred. Specifically, white, middle- to upper middle-class American women's daytime fashion of the late 19th and early 20th centuries was studied for evidence of increasing diversity as women's social roles changed and became increasingly ambiguous;A sample of 252 illustrations of women's daytime fashions was systematically selected from every third year of the March, June, and October issues of Harper's Bazaar and the Delineator. A visual analysis instrument composed of various levels of measurement was designed to obtain a detailed description of each illustrated costume;The sample was coded by multiple individuals to establish interrater reliability of the instrument. Spearman rank ...