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    • Associations between HIV/AIDS funding activities and family planning efforts 

      Choi, Daniella (2012-06-04)
      Thirty years since the onset of the HIV epidemic, the global community has achieved many significant milestones to combat the disease thanks to an unprecedented financial commitment for the cause. However, some argue that ...
    • Dispersal and Integration in Female Chimpanzees 

      Walker, Kara Kristina (2015)
      In chimpanzees, most females disperse from the community in which they were born to reproduce in a new community, thereby eliminating the risk of inbreeding with close kin. However, across sites, some females breed in their ...
    • Preserving the White Picket Fence: Interracial Conduct in an Integrated Neighborhood 

      Mayorga, Sarah Ann (2012)
      My dissertation identifies and deconstructs the interracial codes of conduct produced and enacted by three distinct racial-ethnic communities in an integrated neighborhood. My analysis of Creekridge Park is based on data ...
    • The Demands of Integration: Space, Place and Genre in Berlin 

      Schuster-Craig, Johanna E. (2012)
      This dissertation argues that the metaphor of integration, which describes the incorporation of immigrants into the national body, functions as a way to exclude "Muslim" immigrants from German national identity, as these ...
    • The Role of Social Science in Judicial Decision Making 

      Rublin, Amy Deborah (2011)
      This thesis explores the intersection of social science and judicial decision making. It examines to what extent, and in what contexts, judges utilize social science in reaching and bolstering their rulings. The thesis ...