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  • Investigation of Safety Culture among Young Workers 

    Kiani, Moien; Behm, Michael (East Carolina University, 2019-04-30)
    According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), young workers whose ages range from 14 to 24 and are interested in finding different jobs during the summer or during the school year are considered ...
  • AN INVESTIGATION OF THE TAPHONOMIC EFFECTS OF ANIMAL SCAVENGING 

    Garcia-Putnam, Alexander (East Carolina University, 2014)
    Numerous environmental and human-induced variables that affect decomposition can cloud accurate estimations of the postmortem interval (PMI). For instance, scavenging animals can remove soft tissue and disarticulate and ...
  • Investigations into the Oldest Standing Structure in North Carolina 

    Idol, Coy Jacob (East Carolina University, 1/13/16)
    In 2010, Steven and Linda Lane purchased 304 East Queen Street, Edenton, North Carolina. While renovating the structure they discovered that it was much older than previously thought. The results of a dendrochronology ...
  • Ionian Revolt, Reconsidered 

    Joyner, Misty Denise (East Carolina University, 2010)
    In the scope of historical events recorded by Herodotus, no event has been more pivotal in capturing the relationship between the mainland and Ionian Greeks and their enemy, and at times supporter, Persian Empire than the ...
  • IRON ISOTOPE GEOCHEMISTRY OF BULK ROCKS AND Fe-Ti OXIDES FROM THE SKAERGAARD LAYERED MAFIC INTRUSION, SE GREENLAND 

    Hammerstrom, Alex Joseph (East Carolina University, 2019-07-23)
    Small, but significant fractionation of Fe isotopes occurs in high-temperature igneous rocks. Despite increasing study, the exact causes of this fractionation are still debated. Therefore, a systematic study of a complete ...
  • Irredundant and Mixed Ramsey Numbers 

    Clifton, Ann Wells (East Carolina University, 2013)
    The irredundant Ramsey number, s(m,n), is the smallest p such that in every two-coloring of the edges of K[subscript]p using colors red (R) and blue (B), either the blue subgraph contains an m-element irredundant set or ...
  • IS PREDATION BY TURTLES SUFFICIENTLY STRONG TO AFFECT BIODIVERSITY WITHIN FISHLESS PONDS? 

    Williams, Charles A. (East Carolina University, 2011)
    Ecologists have long known that predation can have a strong effect on the diversity and abundance of prey in ecological communities. Much evidence on the importance of predation in aquatic systems has stemmed from studies ...
  • Is there a solution to climate change? 

    White, Margaret Claire (East Carolina University, 2019-05-01)
    This document supports my Master of Fine Arts thesis exhibition consisting of two digital prints, ten lithographs, vinyl text corresponding to each print and 5 stickers with listed references, in the SOAD gallery. The ...
  • Islam and the West : Problematizing a Discourse of Dualism 

    Lean, Nathan Chapman (East Carolina University, 2010)
    "Islam and the West," a dualistic phrase that gained sudden ascendancy following the events of September 11, 2001, is used variously to refer to the mutual relationship between Muslims and those living in a sometimes ...
  • Isotopic Investigation Of The Origins Of Homicide Victims From Qasr Hallabat 

    Parker, Kathryn (East Carolina University, 2015)
    The issue of human mobility is of foremost interest in archaeology, as are the methods through which it is studied. Direct study of human remains for information on mobility during an individual's lifetime has become ...
  • Issues of Criticism and Authorship in Arthur Miller's All My Sons : A Bakhtinian Reading 

    Salvadori Heritage, Barbara (East Carolina University, 2011)
    All my Sons may not be Miller's most known work today, but it is the play that brought him recognition as a playwright. Since its first production, in 1947, critics have assessed the play's content and characters through ...
  • It's good to be grateful : Gratitude interventions at work 

    Baker, Martha (East Carolina University, 2011)
    The effect of gratitude on well-being and work specific outcomes was examined. In this study, participants were randomly assigned to one of two experimental conditions (control and gratitude). Participants in the gratitude ...
  • It’s Not Me, It’s You: Considering the Worthy Sacrifice Hip Hop Artists May Need to Make to Reclaim the Heart of Hip Hop, its People 

    Botex, Sharieka (East Carolina University, 2019-04-30)
    The origins of Hip Hop evidence that the art form was intended to provide more than music to listen to, but instead offer art that delivers messages on behalf of people who were not always listened to. My thesis offers an ...
  • The Jacobite Rebellion of 1719 : Revenge and Regrets 

    Klinger, PJ (Patrick) (East Carolina University, 2013)
    The Jacobite Rebellion of 1719 was an ambitious failed attempt by Spain and the Jacobites to restore the exiled Stuart king James III to the British throne. Because of its failure, the 1719 rebellion has received little ...
  • James Bulman and the North Carolina Baptist Controversies of the Mid-Twentieth Century 

    Nobles, Stephen W., II (East Carolina University, 2015-12-17)
    This thesis examines the activities of pastor James Bulman in North Carolina during the mid-twentieth century. Bulman was a conservative Southern Baptist who responded to several controversies involving the Baptist State ...
  • JEWISH WOMEN AND THE SPECTER OF THE OLD WORLD IN JEWISH IMMIGRANT FICTION 

    Greer, Lena Basham (East Carolina University, 2015)
    This thesis examines three Jewish-American authors and how they portray the main female character in relation to the main male character to expand the research of gender discourse in literary analysis. There was a wave ...
  • The Joni Wreck : An Archaeological Study of Late Roman Trade Patterns in the Adriatic Sea 

    Stratton, Gregory Owen (East Carolina University, 2015)
    Current data sets for analyzing Late Roman maritime trade and economic patterns have many gaps in them regarding the Adriatic Sea. While there have been many studies of terrestrial sites and their significance, maritime ...
  • Jose Arturo Castellanos: An Unlikely Hero of the Second World War from El Salvador 

    Lemus, Emily Joyce (East Carolina University, 2017-05-04)
    The purpose of this thesis is to shed light on a Holocaust rescue effort untaken by Jose Castellanos and George Mandel. Mandel has been the subject of several publications while Castellanos' role has largely been ignored. ...
  • The Journal 

    White, Christopher (East Carolina University, 2015)
    The Journal is the first of a two-part feature length screenplay about best friends, Raven and Isaac, and their journey to discover and understand their magical heritage while fighting to save the world from an ancient ...
  • Julian Corbett and the Development of a Maritime Strategy 

    Rogers, Samuel E (East Carolina University, 2018-11-30)
    Sir Julian Corbett (1854-1922) is one of the two most influential theorists of sea power. He defined maritime operations, limited war, and our understanding of the "British Way of War," while also foreshadowing the Great ...