Imaginarios De Paz De Los Niños Del Grado 5 De La Institución Educativa Carlos Julio Umaña Torres Del Municipio De Tópaga, 2019 Universidad de la Salle, Bogotá
Imaginarios De Paz De Los Niños Del Grado 5 De La Institución Educativa Carlos Julio Umaña Torres Del Municipio De Tópaga, Karen Lisseth Núñez Cruz, Manuela Andrade Claro, Cindy Catherine Nieto Feo
Licenciatura en Español y Lenguas Extranjeras
Este artículo es el resultado de la investigación “La Paz Como Herramienta para el Desarrollo Social de un País”, desarrollada en el municipio de Tópaga, en el departamento de Boyacá. La pregunta que surgió para el desarrollo del presente trabajo fue “¿cómo los estudiantes del grado 5º de la institución educativa técnica Carlos Julio Umaña Torres, en el municipio de Tópaga, definen y conciben la construcción de paz a partir del perdón, reconciliación y derechos humanos?” Teniendo en cuenta el objetivo principal que fue conocer los imaginarios que tienen los niños y niñas sobre la construcción de paz, derechos humanos ...
The Venezuelan Crisis Within The Context Of Us Interventions In Latin America, 2019 Eastern Washington University
The Venezuelan Crisis Within The Context Of Us Interventions In Latin America, Gloria D. Bravo
Venezuela, due to economic and political sabotage, has been experiencing a humanitarian crisis since the late part of 2018. This oil-exporting nation was faced with economic decline after 9/11, the 2008 economic recession and again in 2014; as a result of oil prices tanking. Under Cesar Chavez’s presidency the Venezuelan Bolivar faced destabilizing inflation rates surged in part by the ‘economic war’ against private enterprise and the bourgeoisie class, as well as a lack of diversification of exports and a dependency on imported goods. After Chavez's death in 2013, Nicolás Maduro took office and social unrest intensified ...
Deconstructing White "American" Perceptions On Immigrants Of Latinx Heritage, 2019 University of Colorado, Boulder
Deconstructing White "American" Perceptions On Immigrants Of Latinx Heritage, Caroline Heinze
Undergraduate Honors Theses
This study documents the construction of opinions white “Americans” make about Latinx immigrants in the current political climate. Even though participants had variant political opinions and resided in two different cities, the central part of this project focuses on the general factors that influence white “American” opinions. This research builds upon the framework of Leo Chavez’s work, The Latino Threat: Constructing Immigrants, Citizens, and the Nation. His research provided a basis for understanding US immigration history, the prevalence of anti-immigrant rhetoric against Latinx migrants, the social construction of “illegality,” the pervasiveness of media and the creation of a national ...
“We The People”: White Liberal Identity Formation And Engagement In Racial Activism, 2019 University of Colorado, Boulder
“We The People”: White Liberal Identity Formation And Engagement In Racial Activism, Shannon Vyvijal
Undergraduate Honors Theses
This study uses a Critical Race Studies approach to understand how White liberals construct their identity and how this impacts their racial activism. It is based on twelve semi-structured interviews with White self-identified liberals and participant observation at a Democratic Party rally. In this thesis, I argue that White liberals construct a Good/Bad hierarchy to create a morally-elite, non-racist ‘We the People’ identity. However, this identity does not translate into effective racial activism. This is due in part to the broader context of neoliberal capitalism that conditions my participants to be passive consumers. Thus, they do not engage in ...
Gentrifying Marijuana: The Construction Of Whiteness Through Legal Marijuana, 2019 University of Colorado, Boulder
Gentrifying Marijuana: The Construction Of Whiteness Through Legal Marijuana, Carmen Mabee
Undergraduate Honors Theses
Marijuana legalization has provided vast opportunities for economic advancement and job growth within a number of US states. However, despite these gains, many argue that the legal marijuana industry has left behind those most impacted by prohibition. This project seeks to explore relationship between the legal marijuana industry, gentrification and whiteness. Data for this project was collected through an examination of 60 marijuana related advertisements sourced within magazines around the Denver and Boulder metro areas, as well as interviews with 20 primarily White identifying marijuana consumers. Using Schulman’s (2012) definition of gentrification, this work seeks to further scholarly understandings ...
Mn Food (In)Security: Are Anti-Hunger Interventions In The Twin Cities Perpetuating Food Insecurity And Poverty?, Emma Kiley
Departmental Honors Projects
While anti-hunger organizations across the nation have been doing important work to address this issue, we have yet to see a significant decrease in food insecurity or poverty. This project uses a literature review and interviews with Twin Cities anti-hunger organizations to answer the following questions: How are anti-hunger interventions and the root causes of food insecurity mismatched? And what would it look like if anti-hunger organizations who are heavily engaged in the ‘feeding movement’ shifted their understanding to see food insecurity as a symptom of poverty, rather than an isolated issue? Working through themes of food charity models, privatized ...
A Hundred Houses: Pauline Leader And The Spatial Poetics Of Disability, 2019 Bard College
A Hundred Houses: Pauline Leader And The Spatial Poetics Of Disability, Carl Robert Nelson
Senior Projects Spring 2019
Senior Project submitted to The Division of Multidisciplinary Studies of Bard College.
Delivering Identities: A Symbolic Interactionist Study Of Doulas And The Decline Of Medical Professional Dominance, Madeline Lucie Firkser
Senior Projects Spring 2019
Doulas are non-medically affiliated people who provide emotional, physical, and informational support to people before, during, and after childbirth. The purpose of this study is to understand the role of the doula beyond its typically-assumed value as a superficial or consumerist entity and in relation to the broader maternal health care system available within the United States. Through six in-depth interviews with doulas about their conceptions of their personal identities, as well as their relationships with their medical counterparts and their clients, this project contributes to extant literature on symbolic interactionist linkages between identities and occupations. I examine how doula ...
Visions Of The Future In Budgetary Discourse, 2019 Technological University Dublin
Visions Of The Future In Budgetary Discourse, Ewan Macdonald, Brendan O'Rourke, John Hogan
Whilst there is ample precedent to argue against the common-sense notion that the ideological leanings of political parties are congruent with their implementation of fiscal policy (Boix, 2000; Garrett & Lange, 1991; Hibbs, 1977; Liargovas & Manolas, 2007), there is a relative dearth of research on the role of discourse in shaping fiscal policy with one notable exception by Maatsch (2014). With this in mind, we approach the issue of examining fiscal policy through a fixed, contested and subverted within particular texts” (Howarth, 2005, p. 341). This paper examines how the future is constructed in Irish budget speeches delivered between 1970-2015 using a combination ...
Evaluation Of Restoration Techniques And Management Practices Of Tule Pertaining To Eco-Cultural Use, 2019 Humboldt State University
Evaluation Of Restoration Techniques And Management Practices Of Tule Pertaining To Eco-Cultural Use, Irene A. Vasquez
Theses and projects
Tule (Schoenoplectus sp.) is a native plant commonly used by California tribes and Indigenous people throughout the world (Macía & Balslev 2000). Ecological, social and regulatory threats to its use in contemporary Indigenous culture highlight major issues concerning natural resource management. My ancestral homeland, what is now Yosemite National Park, stands as a figurehead in the intersection of land management and Indigenous peoples. An important element of Traditional Ecological Management (TEM) for quality basketry materials is prescribed fire, an element western science is increasingly acknowledging for creating a more biodiverse and heterogeneous landscape. This research was conducted in Mariposa and Colusa ...
In Fear We Trust: Anxious Political Rhetoric & The Politics Of Punishment, 1960s-80s, Stella Michelle Frank
Senior Projects Spring 2019
Senior Project submitted to The Division of Social Studies of Bard College.
Building A Vegan Feminist Network In The Professionalized Digital Age Of Third Wave Animal Activism, 2019 University of Kent at Canterbury
Building A Vegan Feminist Network In The Professionalized Digital Age Of Third Wave Animal Activism, Corey Lee Wrenn
Diversity and Social Movements Collection
Despite its legacy of feminist leadership and a continued female majority, the Nonhuman Animal rights movement has exhibited structural sexism across its various waves of protest. This institutionalized sexism not only inhibits women’s ability to protest safely and effectively, but also permeates the activist imagination and aggravates interpersonal violence. Even Nonhuman Animals as a feminized group are unwittingly disparaged in popular campaigns. This essay suggests that structural sexism in the Nonhuman Animal rights movement is nourished by its patriarchal organization, specifically its decision to professionalize. Twenty-first century vegan feminist activism on the margins has been able to circumvent the ...
Ua12/2/25 United Student Activists, 2019 Western Kentucky University
Ua12/2/25 United Student Activists, Wku Archives
WKU Archives Collection Inventories
Records created by and about United Student Activists.
Numeracy And Social Justice: A Wide, Deep, And Longstanding Intersection, 2019 Pennsylvania State University, Mont Alto
Numeracy And Social Justice: A Wide, Deep, And Longstanding Intersection, Kira Hamman, Victor Piercey, Samuel L. Tunstall
We discuss the connection between the numeracy and social justice movements both in historical context and in its modern incarnation. The intersection between numeracy and social justice encompasses a wide variety of disciplines and quantitative topics, but within that variety there are important commonalities. We examine the importance of sound quantitative measures for understanding social issues and the necessity of interdisciplinary collaboration in this work. Particular reference is made to the papers in the first part of the Numeracy special collection on social justice, which appear in this issue.
On "Icky" Data, The Political Classroom, And Towards Equity And Social Justice In Mathematics Education: A Conversation With Tonya Bartell, Samuel L. Tunstall, Oyemolade Osibodu, Tonya Gau Bartell
Tonya G. Bartell, ed. 2018. Towards Equity and Social Justice in Mathematics Education (Switzerland: Springer International Publishing) 341 pp. ISBN 978-3319929064.
This brief interview with Tonya Bartell introduces Towards Equity and Social Justice in Mathematics Education to the Numeracy audience. The interviewers also discuss with Tonya connections between quantitative literacy and mathematics for social justice, particularly in the context of US K-12 schooling. Tonya shares her perspective on topics ranging from the placement of quantitative literacy in K-12 mathematics education and how one might get started in incorporating a social justice lens into their teaching to paradigms for research ...
Rethinking Consumer Protection: Escaping Death By Regulation, 2019 Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Rethinking Consumer Protection: Escaping Death By Regulation, Thomas L. Tacker
This book is designed to appeal to anyone who is at all interested in topics related to making life better and safer—for all us consumers. Our current approach to consumer protection is extremely flawed; sometimes costing lives rather than saving them. There are better ways to protect ourselves and the people we love.
Long Run Confidence: Estimating Confidence Intervals When Using Long Run Multipliers, 2019 Iowa State University
Long Run Confidence: Estimating Confidence Intervals When Using Long Run Multipliers, Mark David Nieman, David A. M. Peterson
Political Science Publications
The recent exchange on Error Correction Models in Political Analysis and elsewhere dealt with several important issues involved in time series analysis. While there was much disagreement in the symposium, one common theme was the lack of power due to the few number of observations for much of this work. In this paper we highlight two well known but rarely discussed problems this has for inferences from standard time series techniques. First, one result of low power is inflated standard errors. One issue low powered time series can face is that the confidence interval on a lagged dependent variable, even ...
Beyond Repair: An Investigation Of The Experiences, Interpretations, And Self-Construction Of Black Women Welfare Recipients In The Deep South, Eniyah C. Willingham, Eniyah Willingham
Senior Projects Spring 2019
Based on six in-depth interviews with Black women in the Metro-Atlanta area who have at some point in the past ten years received welfare assistance, this project serves to understand how Black women relate to the welfare system in the current moment. To best understand their circumstances, I set forth a three-part question: how do Black women welfare recipients experience the welfare system in the current moment?; how do they interpret these experiences?; and lastly, how do these experiences and interpretations lend to how they conceptualize, construct, and/or manage their identities as Black women welfare recipients? I argue that ...
The Political Crisis In Somalia And The Clan System: A Sociological Review Of News Media Analyses, 2019 Minnesota State University, Mankato
The Political Crisis In Somalia And The Clan System: A Sociological Review Of News Media Analyses, Hirat Abdi Muse
All Theses, Dissertations, and Other Capstone Projects
This research explores the roles and patterns of clan conflicts as underlying causes and outcomes of the political crises in Somalia. Following a historical research design, I intended to explain the Somali clan-based political system and clan involvement in the political conflicts in Somalia. I used the historical method and qualitative content analysis of the international news media reports (for e.g., 50 news reports by CNN, BBC, Hiiran, and Shabelle) from 1991–2019 on clan involvement in the Somalian civil war. The study was guided by the sociological theory of economic, social, cultural, and symbolic capital by Pierre Bourdieu ...
Philadelphia 1772 Tax List (Complete) Matched With 1775 Constables Returns, 2018 montana sate unviersity
Philadelphia 1772 Tax List (Complete) Matched With 1775 Constables Returns, Billy G. Smith, Gary B. Nash
The Magazine of Early American Datasets (MEAD)
This dataset contains Everyone on THE 1772 TAX LIST FOR PHILADELPHIA (10 WARDS) & Suburbs (NORTHERN LIBERTIES AND SOUTHWARK). Also included is information from “matching” taxpayers with a sample of 50% of the 1775 Constables Return from Philadelphia. Added to the 1772 tax list is information for taxpayers who also received assistance from various agencies for whom records are still extant. (Project 50)