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13 reasons why: An exploration of parent involvment through third-person effect
120th Commencement: College of Professional Studies and Fine Arts
119th Commencement: College of Professional Studies and Fine Arts
108th Commencement: College of Professional Studies and Fine Arts
(R)evolution of self: An ethnographic investigation into the stratums of inspiration in the rhythms of yoga and music
"Young fashioned ways": A study of blues and authenticity in three transatlantic studio collaborations
"You stay, no matter how bad": Women voice the trajectory of marital disaffection
"When I'm good, I'm very good. When I'm bad, I'm better": The relationship between rom-com consumption and relational quality and infidelity beliefs
"When God gives you AIDS...make lemon-AIDS": Ironic persona and perspective by incongruity in Sarah Silverman's Jesus is Magic
"What did daddy do now?": An autoethnography of a daughter and her alcoholic father's dialectic tensions
"We're like the unusual factor": Analyzing how gay adoptive fathers negotiate discourses of social challenge and develop family identities
"There Is no billboard for transfer": A cultural wealth perspective on memorable experiences prior to transfer for community college students of color
"The mither tongue": The Scots language and its use in drama
"Return to sender" identification and scapegoating: Analysis of the 2014 immigration protest in Murrieta, California
"Please" to meet you
"Never Give Up"
"Military brats" to college grads: Examining adaptation process of military adult children in higher education
"It's nice to be treated like a human being": An ethnographic investigation of female inmates communicating support behind bars
"I support your endorsement": A classification of presidential campaign endorsements and the exploration of the 2016 Republican "support" versus "endorse" dichotomy