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Surrogate fathers in selected works of William Faulkner
As an artist, William Faulkner explored surrogate father relationships in several of his works. This study examines three of those relationships and their main characters. While many critics through the years have written ...
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 ...
Female home front soldiers and their Food for Freedom campaign during the Second World War
This study examines the war work of those married women who chose to remain at home. Mothers and wives united into a battalion confronted with numerous challenges. The study of homemakers and their contributions is important ...
The use of career genograms as a descriptor of women's career identity development in a community job development program
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. ...