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Strange Chains: How Language Keeps Non-English Speakers Out of the Justice System – Or Locks Them In
Until 2010, North Carolina’s courts, which promise “equal justice to all,” had no resources to accommodate the needs of all non-English speakers. They had to sign English-only forms they could not read and were expected ...
“Ceci n’est pas une pipe”: A Comparison of French and U.S. Health Research on the Neurodevelopmental and Epigenetic Effects of Tobacco Exposure on Vulnerable Populations
This thesis explores how cultural beliefs and practices influence biomedical research landscapes in two high resource cultural contexts, the US and the Euro-American francophone world. First, I examine how cultural mores ...