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  • 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 ...
  • A Taste of Culture : Perceptions About American Fast Food in China 

    Tsao, Jerry C. (East Carolina University, 2012)
    This exploratory study examined perceptions about American fast food among urban, Beijing residents to explore three major objectives; perceptions about taste preferences and nutrition value, the eating relationships of ...
  • When Gods Don't Appear: Divine Absence and Human Agency in Aristophanes 

    Given, John (East Carolina University, 2009)
    Surprisingly few gods appear in the eleven surviving comedies of Aristophanes. This article examines what roles the gods do play when they are present. It further argues that humans with divine attributes often appear in ...