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  • Hamilton, Shirley (Wake Forest University, 2009-05-08)
    This paper examines the role of African American women in the black Baptist churches from the late nineteenth century through the early twentieth century, with emphasis on four women associated with the National Baptist ...
  • Quinn, John W. IV (Wake Forest University, 2009-05-07)
    During the Roosevelt and Truman administrations, the United States challenged Britain’s position and became a dominant power in the Middle East. During the 1920s, the rise to power began with American oil companies pursuing ...
  • Caldwell, Carlene (Wake Forest University, 2009-05-17)
    Skin Color Bias
  • Tyson, Jason (Wake Forest University, 2009-05-08)
    Abstract and Thesis Statement The current popularity of social networking has been cited in numerous recently published studies and articles and while the majority of users of these types of sites are young adults, other ...
  • Groner, Christopher (Wake Forest University, 2009-09-24)
    This is an interactive lecture on communication issues that arise between physicians and patients. Examples of patient types are provided. Potential points of conflict are discussed. Communication theory is reviewed.
  • Hanson, Anthony (Wake Forest University, 2009-12-08)
    Prior to 1964, employment discrimination in the United States was rampant. African Americans, females and other minorities were treated cruelly, creating an appalling work environment. A number of confrontational events ...
  • Tytell, Frances Wilke (2005-04-21)
    The golem is a figure of Jewish folklore, an artificial person—usually, although not always, male—created using the magic of the Kabbalah. The legend has evolved over millennia; its earliest versions have golems created ...
  • Payne, Sharon (Wake Forest University, 2010-05-03)
    America is fast becoming an obesogenic society, defined by environments that promote increased intake of energy-rich foods and physical inactivity from sedentary lifestyles. This energy imbalance has led to a skyrocketing ...
  • Stephen, Roderick (Wake Forest University, 2010-04-19)
    Fear illuminated by competition legitimized lynching. This practice unequivocally altered the mindset, character, and spirit of the African American male. A societal hierarchy was built off of this practice which owned ...
  • Long, Sherry (Wake Forest University, 2010-05-05)
    This thesis examines the factors of social, environmental and cultural areas of our lives and how they influence what we eat and our health. These three areas can not be separated easily when trying to determine why some ...
  • McCreary, Larry (Wake Forest University, 2009-12-08)
    On March 4, 1797, John Adams was inaugurated second President of the United States in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was preceded by President George Washington, who had served two terms in office. George Washington was ...
  • Tate, Belinda A. (Wake Forest University, 2010-05-11)
    Shotgun houses (“shotguns”) are the most widely acknowledged expressions of African-American architectural design in the United States. They are New World constructions, rooted in indigenous African architectural and ...
  • Carraway, Jill Game (2007)
    Olga Broumas is a writer of complex poetry that resists many established conventions of written poetry. She is also the translator from Greek into English of the poetry of Nobel Laureate Odysseas Elytis. Born in Greece, ...
  • Lenchik, Jennifer (Wake Forest University, 2009-05-08)
    Jennifer K. Lenchik A PLACE TO LIVE, LEARN, & PLAY: INCREASING CHILDHOOD PHYSICAL ACTIVITY THROUGH THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT Thesis under the direction of Gary Miller, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Health and Exercise Science. ...
  • Rawley, Glenda (Wake Forest University, 2010-05-10)
    THE QUEEN’S POETS A History of MonarchicalMystique and Literary Development in the Age of Elizabeth Thesis under the direction of Olga Valbuena, Ph.D., Professor of English During the second half of her reign, ...
  • Placer, Meredith (Wake Forest University, 2009-05-14)
    The United States currently incarcerates more people than any other industrialized country in the world and the numbers continue to rise. Nearly every United States prison offers religious programs, mostly through volunteer ...
  • Cantrell, Mary (Wake Forest University, 2010-05-05)
    This study answers questions about why some people believe urban legends and why these legends continue to thrive in today’s society. Despite displaying the tell-tale signs of an urban legend and the number of websites ...
  • McKee, Rebecca (Wake Forest University, 2009-05-07)
    There are many memorable narratives from ancient Judaism, yet there are three stories in particular which offer as central figures women who function in independent and decisive ways. The stories of Susanna, Esther, and ...