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(MIT Press, 2007-12)
Parents' views on the Clery Act and campus safety
(Johns Hopkins Univ Press, 2004)
In a single institution study of 435 parents, the researcher found that parents 'knowleage of the Clery Act and their use of the information contained in the federally mandated report to be low. Parent responses to crime ...
Self-Authorship and Women's Career Decision Making
(Johns Hopkins Univ Press, 2005)
Current career literature provides little insight into how women interpret career-relevant experiences, advice, or information, particularly when it is contradictory. This paper uses findings from interviews with 40 college ...
Integrative STEM Education at Virginia Tech: Graduate Preparation for Tomorrow's Leaders
An brief overview and description of the new Integrative STEM Education (I-STEM ED) graduate program in the School of Education at Virginia Tech. Provided is the historical context supporting the need for a new integrative ...
Fiction, incarnation et singularité: entretien avec Alexander Dickow
(French Review, 2015-05)
A Brief Survey of the Development of Dramatic Literature for Children
(Johns Hopkins Univ Press, 1983)
Death, Social Conflict, and the Barley Harvest in the Hebrew Bible
(Journal of Hebrew Scriptures , 2005)
Some recent scholarship characterizes violent biblical narratives, such as the killing of Saul’s descendents in 2 Sam. 21, as evidence of ancient ritual sacrifice. Yet 2 Sam. 21 has more in common with Ruth 1 and Judith ...
Historians of Technology in the Real World Reflections on the Pursuit of Policy-Oriented History
(Johns Hopkins Univ Press, 2011)
Despite widespread acceptance of the notion that studies of the past provide tangible benefits, academic historians usually remain reluctant to apply "lessons" from history to the realms of public and business policy. This ...
Toutes passions mises en arriere. .. The Emotions in Legal Perspective: Montaigne and the Palace Academy at Blois
(Johns Hopkins Univ Press, 2005-01)
Although profound distrust of the passions underpinned Montaigne's philosophy of disengagement, it was precisely his interest in the emotion of anger that engaged the Essais (1580) most provocatively in the contemporary ...
The impact of the Clery Campus Crime Disclosure Act on student behavior
(Johns Hopkins Univ Press, 2003)
In this national study on the impact of the Clery Campus Crime Disclosure and Reporting Act, 305 college administrators distributed questionnaires to 9,150 undergraduate students. Student knowledge of the Act and changes ...