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Rhythm in a Sinuous Stanza: The Anatomy and Acoustic Contour of the Latin Alcaic
(Johns Hopkins Univ Press, 2012)
This essay explores the metrical as well as rhythmical aspects of the acoustic contour of the Latin Alcaic, focusing on patterns of natural, audible, performed word accents in coincidence and syncopation with the fixed ...
College Students' Perceived Attributes of Internet Websites and Online Shopping
(Project Innovation (Alabama), 2008-03)
The purpose of this study was to examine perceptions of attributes of clothing retailers' Internet websites in relation to previous and intended future purchase from the websites. Survey data from 414 U.S. college students, ...
Of School and the River: The Wind in the Willows and its Immediate Audience
(Johns Hopkins Univ Press, 1998)
Definitions of Interdisciplinary Research: Toward Graduate-Level Interdisciplinary Learning Outcomes
(Johns Hopkins Univ Press, 2010)
Combining the interdisciplinary studies (primarily humanities) literature with the content analysis of 129 successful National Science Foundation proposals written predominantly by science and engineering faculty members, ...
The Plight of the Visually Impaired in Africa
(Medical Women’s Association of Nigeria. Lagos State Branch, 2004)
Africa is one of the largest continents of the world and ironically beset with overwhelming problems in preventive medicine. While consumers of fast food products in the United States of America can sue the fast food chain ...
The Devil's Own Art: Topiary in Children's Fiction
(Johns Hopkins Univ Press, 2005)
Science and Technology: A New Alliance
(Science Scope, 1993)
"The Technology/Science/Math (T/S/M) Integration Project is an attempt to bring these areas together by better coordinating instruction. In doing so, content is more relevant and therefore better internalized by students." ...
This short story involves the interaction of a beggar and a prostitute in the precincts of the Kalil temple in Kolkata, India.
Louise Fitzhugh, Marisol, and the Realm of Art
(Johns Hopkins Univ Press, 1999)
Narrative as a Resource for Feminist Practices of Socially Engaged Inquiry: Mayra Montero’s In the Palm of Darkness
Against the view that the physical sciences should be the privileged source of reliable knowledge within the academy in general, and in philosophy in particular, this essay argues that an interdisciplinary approach to ...