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    • Marine Debris on a Barrier Island in the Southeastern United States 

      Calhoun, Reid (University of the South, 2022-04-22)
      Anthropogenic marine debris is a global issue that has significant ecological, societal, and economic impacts on marine and coastal environments. Marine debris is defined as any persistent, manufactured, or processed ...
    • Mindfulness-based social and emotional programs in schools: developmental, educational, and curricular components 

      Reid, Madison; Murphy, Chanda; Temple, Nancy; Reeves, Tegan (University of the South, 2022-04-22)
      Participating in mindfulness-based social and emotional learning programs is associated with an array of beneficial outcomes for children. However, little is known about age-specific delivery or what implementation may ...
    • The Impact of Casinos on a County's Crime Rates 

      Maloney, Callie; Griffin, Bennett (University of the South, 2022-04-22)
      Since the mid-nineties, eighteen states have passed laws that allow traditional casino establishments within specific, if not all, counties. Although several economic benefits are associated with the casino industry, many ...
    • Charles Cheston and the King Farm: An Individual's Impact on Ecosystem Change 

      Chee-Awai, Elisabeth; Dr. Evans; Dr. Willis (University of the South, 2022-04-22)
      Human beings are altering landscapes at high rates. When we think of who is causing these irreversible and enduring changes to the environment, we think of large scale industrial decision makers in agriculture and real ...
    • Ruby Fluorescence Spectroscopy 

      Garai, Máté; DiNella, Vincent; Thompson, Dr. Lily; Abdelhamid, Alaa (University of the South, 2022-04-22)
      The interiors of terrestrial planets, satellites, and other celestial bodies may provide essential clues to a better understanding of the formation and evolution of our Solar System and other planetary systems throughout ...
    • Journal of Arts and Sciences Vol.3 No.2 Spring 1986 

      Unknown author (University of the South, 1986)
    • Journal of Arts and Sciences Vol.3 No.1 Winter 1986 

      Unknown author (University of the South, 1986)
    • Journal of Arts and Sciences Vol.2 No.1 Spring 1985 

      Unknown author (University of the South, 1985)
    • Journal of Arts and Sciences Vol.1 No.1 Spring 1984 

      Unknown author (University of the South, 1984)
    • Confronting the Phenomenon of Religious Shame With a Pastoral Theology of Mercy 

      Adams, William Rian (University of the South, 2022-05)
      Religious shame damages the self and creates wounds that may never heal. One extremely harmful way religious institutions perpetuate shame on their parishioners and clergy occurs in their formal disciplinary processes. A ...
    • Effect of text-background color combinations on saccadic frequency 

      Aldalil, Seifaldin; Gomez, Eileen; Spencer, Peter; Dueñas-Pincay, L. Daniela; Reppert, Dr. Thomas (University of the South, 2022-04-22)
      The act of reading is accomplished by making a series of rapid eye movement, also known as saccades. During reading, a major contributor to visual perception is color contrast. An appropriate color combination is necessary ...
    • Wonderful Suffering 

      Elliott, Alissa (University of the South, 2019)
      When I began the MFA program at the Sewanee School of Letters, I wasn’t sure which genre I would write in, but I knew what story I wanted to tell. I was struggling through the onset of Bipolar II as a college sophomore ...
    • Synthesis and Characterization of Modified Carbon Dots to Investigate Fluorescence Sensing Properties 

      Miles, Deon; McKinnie, Hallie (University of the South, 2022-04-22)
      Carbon-based nanoparticles, or carbon dots (CDs), were synthesized and modified using various starting materials. The CDs were characterized using UV-Vis, fluorescence, IR, and NMR spectroscopy to consider their structural ...
    • How do males choose a mate in the Mangrove Rivulus? 

      Newton, Merrit; Guerra, Jeffrey; Nicotera, Cassie; McGhee, Dr. Katie (University of the South, 2022-04-07)
      Females often use male coloration, courtship displays, body size and armaments in their mate choice decisions in order to choose the highest quality mate. Although less often studied, males also show mate choice and often ...
    • The Christian Right and State Legislatures: The New Battleground for ‘Family Values’ 

      Culicchia, Catherine (University of the South, 2022-04-22)
      The Christian Right has recently re-emerged on the federal level with the election of President Donald Trump and the prioritization of culture war issues, in particular LGBTQ Rights. This re-emergence has been especially ...
    • Waterways Brought into Compliance by the Clean Water Act 

      Hughes, Rebecca; Elrod, Dr. Aaron; Torreano, Dr. Scott (University of the South, 2022-04-22)
      The Clean Water Act (CWA) was established in 1972 to regulate the discharge of pollutants into the waters of the United States (EPA). Past research on the CWA has tried to study certain aspects of the legislation, but few ...
    • The Effect of Marital Status on Income for Women in the United States 

      Sherrill, Anna; Larkin, Hannah (University of the South, 2022-04-22)
      Research has found that marital status has many impacts on quality of life including health and life expectancy (Lawrence 2019; Maselko et al., 2009). Married women pay a marriage penalty when it comes to their own income ...
    • The Effect of Marijuana Decriminalization/Legalization on Crime Rates 

      Rolston, Thomas; Mata, Emmanuel; Tang, Mikaela (University of the South, 2022-04-22)
      Marijuana has become one of the most used taboo substances in the United States in the past few decades. Recent literature, as well as literature dating back to the early 2000s, have looked at how marijuana legalization ...
    • Phosphorus Concentration in Agricultural Runoff 

      Hutchison, Lauren (University of the South, 2022-04-07)
      There are several factors that need to be monitored to fully understand agricultural contributions to environmental degradation as well as the effectiveness of implementing sustainable practices. This study did so by ...
    • Measuring the Impact of Education on Happiness in OECD Countries 

      Holladay, Theron; Pritchett, Daniel; Sansone, Wade (University of the South, 2022-04-22)
      Education is understood to generate important financial and non-pecuniary benefits at the individual level (Cuñado, & de Gracia, 2012). This has led most countries to commit substantial resources towards the education of ...