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  • Yesterday and Tomorrow 

    Alotaibi, Samirah (East Carolina University, 2015-12-16)
    This thesis is written in support of the creative body of work entitled Yesterday and Tomorrow, a work of digital weaving and printing that examines memories, familial history, and cultural identity. This work presents ...
  • You Never Know What's Going to Happen: Exploring Factors that Influence Older Women's Decisions to Make Arrangements for Future Long-term Care Needs 

    Cortright, Lindsay M. (East Carolina University, 2016-07-20)
    While 70% of US elders will require long-term care, few plan accordingly and most decisions are made in a crisis. Data from two-waves of semi-structured interviews with a sample of 10 White and 10 African American, ...
  • You, the Candidate 

    Clark, Kayla N. (East Carolina University, 2019-07-25)
    This thesis investigates the relationship between graphic design and political campaigns with a focus on color and typography. The extent to which the general public identifies typeface and color palette characteristics ...
  • Young Adult Perceptions and Participation in the Hawaiian Cultural Renaissance Movement 

    Christy, Shannon (East Carolina University, 2014)
    While the Hawaiian Cultural Renaissance Movement has existed and thrived since the late 1960's, there has been little recent investigation into how the movement has changed over time or its young adult participants. This ...
  • "Your Message Here" : An Analysis of the U.S. Navy in Photo Postcards 

    Croatt, Stephanie (East Carolina University, 2013)
    The purpose of this project is to analyze photographic postcards with images of the U.S. Navy between 1913 and 1945. This analysis will explore how the postcard images portray the Navy as powerful, competent, and happy. ...
  • YURI ANIMATION : QUEER IDENTITY AND ECOFEMINIST THINKING 

    Thompson, Kimberly D. (East Carolina University, 2010)
    Yuri or Shojo-ai, a sub-genre of Japanese Animation and Manga, can be defined as women-loving-women narratives that explore the relationships between women. Although the sub-genre has only been recently introduced to the ...
  • ZOOPLANKTON COMMUNITY STRUCTURE AND ECOSYSTEM FUNCTION ACROSS A SALINITY GRADIENT 

    Werba, Jo (East Carolina University, 2016-05-05)
    Pre and post-colonization factors differentially affect community structure. Sea level rise is mixing formerly isoloted freshwater communities with salt water communities. These ponds have a large range of salinity, which ...
  • Untitled 

    Bradsher, Jessica (East Carolina University, 2018-12-06)
    I believe in the practice of empathy. Einfühlung is the ability to put oneself in the shoes of another and is the inspiration for this thesis exhibition. My work elicits emotion through sculptural representations of ...