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  • Gatorade’s approach to obesity in the Hispanic market 

    Winsett, Annie (2010-12)
    As the largest and fastest growing U.S. minority, the Hispanic market has become an increasingly significant contributor to the nation as a whole. More so than ever, marketers would greatly benefit from reaching out to ...
  • Gay by any other name? 

    Stone, Lala Suzanne (2014-12)
    It has long been a tool of the LGBTQ rights movement to loudly proclaim and own one’s sexual orientation label. However, there is a new generation of young sexual minorities who feel a label is no longer necessary. Are ...
  • “The gay Facebook” : friendship, desirability, and HIV in the lives of the gay Internet generation 

    Robinson, Brandon Andrew (2013-12)
    Why are men seeking other men online? And how does the Internet influence these men and their sexuality? These are the two underlying questions driving this thesis. To answer these general questions, I conducted a qualitative ...
  • Gay men’s experiences coming out online : a qualitative study 

    Chester, Matthew Ryan (2016-05-02)
    The current study employed qualitative methodology to investigate the experiences of 12 men who came out online, using Facebook. Analysis of coding data yielded several key themes. First, gay men discussed a range of ...
  • The gazebo project : a look into the benefits of student discourse in learning mathematics through a process of creating, critiquing, and revising a plan 

    Dahanayake, Natasha Marianna (2014-08)
    The Gazebo Project is an open ended, generative, model eliciting project that was designed to allow students to develop their own understanding of fractions rather than receiving direct instruction. The students were placed ...
  • The GCC pivot to Asia : the security of US interests in the Arabian Gulf 

    Kaiser-Cross, Sarah Elizabeth; 0000-0002-6509-0209 (2015-05)
    The Gulf Cooperation Council's pivot to Asia began as a slow process of economic integration in the early 2000s but significantly accelerated after the US Shale Revolution, beginning in 2008. As US production increased and ...
  • GCCF : a generalized contact control framework 

    Von Sternberg, Rusty Alexander; 0000-0002-8885-2739 (2016-05)
    The field of robotics has come a long way since the first reprogrammable robot was able to automate simple tasks on an assembly line. However, many industrial robots are stuck doing similar simple tasks in the field, ...
  • GD 358: The Case For Oblique Pulsation And Temperature Change 

    Montgomery, M. H. (2010-08)
    We provide multiple lines of evidence that GD 358's convection zone was much thinner in 1996 than in 2006 and we interpret this as a result of a short-lived increase in its surface temperature. In addition, we find strong ...
  • GEAP : os efeitos das decisões do Tribunal de Contas da União e do Supremo Tribunal Federal e a PEC no 214, de 2012 

    ANFIP (Organization) (ANFIP Associação Nacional dos Auditores-Fiscais da Receita Federal do Brasil, 2012)
  • Geetanjali Shree Interview 

    Hindi-Urdu Flagship (Hindi-Urdu Flagship, )
  • Gel electrophoresis of trivalent lanthanide and actinide cations 

    Sekar, Srinivas (2012-02-13)
    Chemical separation of the transuranic elements from the uranium and fission products in spent nuclear fuel is a major area of research in the nuclear engineering field. Spent nuclear fuel from light water reactors contains ...
  • Gemini And Hubble Space Telescope Evidence For An Intermediate-Mass Black Hole In Omega Centauri 

    Noyola, Eva; Gebhardt, Karl; Bergmann, Marcel (2008-04)
    The globular cluster omega Centauri is one of the largest and most massive members of the galactic system. However, its classification as a globular cluster has been challenged making it a candidate for being the stripped ...
  • GEMS : Galaxy Fitting Catalogs and Testing Parametric Galaxy Fitting Codes : GALFIT and GIM2D 

    Haeussler, Boris; McIntosh, Daniel H.; Barden, Marco; Bell, Eric F.; Rix, Hans-Walter; Borch, Andrea; Beckwith, Steven V. W.; Caldwell, John A. R.; Heymans, Catherine; Jahnke, Knud; Jogee, Shardha; Koposov, Sergey E.; Meisenheimer, Klaus; Sanchez, Sebastian F.; Somerville, Rachel S.; Wisotzki, Lutz; Wolf, Christian (2007-10)
    In the context of measuring the structures of intermediate-redshift galaxies with HST ACS surveys, we tune, test, and compare two widely used fitting codes (GALFIT and GIM2D) for fitting single-component Sersic models to ...
  • GEMS Survey Data and Catalog 

    Caldwell, John A. R.; McIntosh, Daniel H.; Rix, Hans-Walter; Barden, Marco; Beckwith, Steven V. W.; Bell, Eric F.; Borch, Andrea; Heymans, Catherine; Haeussler, Boris; Jahnke, Knud; Jogee, Shardha; Meisenheimer, Klaus; Peng, Chien Y.; Sanchez, Sebastian F.; Somerville, Rachel S.; Wisotzki, Lutz; Wolf, Christian (2008-01)
    We describe the data reduction and object cataloging for the GEMS survey, a large-area (800 arcmin(2)) two-band (F606W and F850LP) imaging survey with the Advanced Camera for Surveys on the Hubble Space Telescope, centered ...
  • Gender and class : translation and analysis of "Phislan" and "Lihaaf" 

    Maredia, Farhana Noordin (2015-05)
    After the publication of her short story "Lihaaf" in 1942, Ismat Chughtai was tried by the British Crown on charges of obscenity. Muhammad Hasan Askari's "Phislan," although published a year earlier, was never leveled with ...
  • Gender and contestation in Bengali adda 

    Chatterjee, Anindita, active 21st century (2014-12)
    The study investigates the constructed relationship between gender, language, and power in a type of conventional, informal discussion, commonly referred to as adda in Bengal. This research focuses on everyday contestations ...
  • Gender assignment in loan words in the history of Icelandic : a synchronic and diachronic analysis 

    Brown, Collin Laine (2014-05)
    Some such as Schwink (2004) have analyzed diachronic developments in Germanic gender as a whole, while others like Steinmetz (1985, 2001) and Trosterud (2006) have looked at diachronic changes in grammatical gender in the ...
  • Gender differences in delinquency and health risk behaviors: a test of general strain theory 

    Francis, Kimberly Anne, 1971- (2007-12)
    Gender is the strongest and most consistent correlate of crime and delinquency, but the reason is unclear and traditionally understudied in criminology. The current study tests the ability of a general theory of crime and ...
  • Gender differences in demography and labor markets 

    Paik, Myungho, 1971- (2008-05)
    Gender differences in labor markets and within households have been investigated by researchers for a long time. This dissertation adds new findings to the body of gender-related empirical studies on labor markets and ...
  • Gender differences in reverse engineering 

    Robles, Mariel E. (2014-08)
    The purpose of this study was to investigate possible gender differences related to Reverse Engineering unit of the Engineer Your World curriculum. A pilot study took place in 4 schools in Texas and 1 in Massachusetts. The ...