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The gender and cultural difference effect of family communication patterns on self esteem and relationship satisfaction of women
(Texas Woman's University, 2012-05-30)
This research study will examine the relationship of family communication patterns, self esteem, and relationship satisfaction. This study had 263 participants who were college students from a public university in the ...
Cultural constructions of transnational commercial surrogacy in India: A case study of Indian print media
In recent years, India has seen a drastic increase in transnational surrogacy, whereby foreign couples seek Indian surrogate mothers to give birth to their children. Advanced medical technology, affordable surrogacy ...
Dancing Christian: Narrative, embodied action, choreography in American evangelical and emergence Christianity
Dancing Christians occupy marginalized spaces on two fronts: within the context of American Christianity, dance is a denigrated faith practice with a contested history; within the context of Western concert dance, Christian ...
Self-to-community collaborations: Women of color interconnecting through zines
This thesis is an examination of how women of color navigate their multiple identities in zines, which are informal, hand-made publications that are produced and distributed by people who make them. I argue that through ...
Dancing archives – archive dances: Exploring dance histories at the Radcliffe College archives
The purpose of the study is to explore the Radcliffe College Archives at Harvard University's Schlesinger Library in order to discover a lost history of dance as an extracurricular activity at Radcliffe College during the ...