Now showing items 1-10 of 145
Finite inductive sequence: Factoring technique
This thesis considers finite sequences of symbols extracted from an alphabet set. In this case, the alphabet set is the positive integers. The underlying hypotheses is that such finite sequence is finitely inductive (FI). ...
The use of career genograms as a descriptor of women's career identity development in a community job development program
(Texas Woman's University, 1998-05-30)
Although vocational theorists have long emphasized the family as an important influence on an individual's career decision making, psychological research on this aspect of vocational development has, to date, been minimal. ...
Rhetorical theory concerning the making of a writer in the poetry of Charles Bukowski
More than any other contemporary American poet, Charles Bukowski devotes the majority of his poetry to the topic of being a writer. As rhetorical theory must ultimately concern itself with the making of a writer, Bukowski's ...
Grassi, historicity, and rhetorical presence in John Ford's "Perkin Warbeck"
This research acknowledges history and drama as dynamic, not static. The reading or viewing audience takes an active role in rewriting or re-viewing what is read on print or seen and heard on stage. Every audience member ...
The intrepid Gertrude Bell: Victorian lady, explorer of the Middle Eastern deserts, and key adviser to the new Iraqi nation, 1868-1926
This biographical study of Gertrude Lowthian Bell, the noted British explorer and political officer, portrays a woman who achieved fame in several fields, an archaeologist, travel writer, wartime intelligence officer, and ...
Test-retest reliability and validity of the Computerized Version of the Category Test-Young Children's Version
The primary focus of the research involved the reliability and validity of the Computerized Version of the Category Test-Young Children's Version (CVCT-YC). There were 56 elementary school children, ages 5-8 (24 females ...
The Civil War in North Central Texas: Its impact on frontier families, 1860-1874
The Civil War was experienced differently by north central Texas frontier families in Clay, Collin, Cooke, Denton, Fannin, Grayson, Jack, Montague, Palo Pinto, Parker, Wise and Young counties. In 1860, many viewed these ...
Secretion of human apoA-I lipoprotein by transfected MDCK cells
Human apoA-I was selected to study the process of secretion in Madin-Darby canine kidney (MDCK) cells, a polarized epithelial cell line. Permanently secreting transfected cells, chosen on the basis of antibiotic resistance, ...
The rhetoric of Sydney Smith
George Edward Pickett: A macro-historical/micro-historical perspective
The purpose of this study is to prepare a life history of George Edward Pickett (1825-1875). However, there are many historiographical problems which present a variety of interpretations of George Pickett. As a result, ...