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    • The A. Robert Kaufman Papers at the University of Baltimore Langsdale Library Special Collections Poster 

      Elizabeth, Youle (2015-05-07)
      The A. Robert Kaufman Papers poster was created for a classroom presentation by graduate student, Elizabeth Youle, to illustrate her field study internship experience at the University of Baltimore Langsdale Library Special ...
    • Abnormal Stock Performance of Late Filing Firms: Additional Investigation 

      Pevzner, Mikhail (SSRN, 2006)
      This paper examines whether the previously observed future under performance of the portfolio of the late 10-K filing firms exists in post EDGAR period and any reasons for the observed under-performance. I find that there ...
    • Abstracting Evidence: Documentary Process in the Service of Fictional Gameworlds 

      Oldenburg, Aaron (2017-07)
      Documentary filmmaking and the design of videogames have often converged in the form of “docugames”, games that aspire to the form of documentary. This paper looks at a related strategy for creating content and gameplay: ...
    • Abstracting Evidence: Documentary Process in the Service of Fictional Gameworlds 

      Oldenburg, Aaron (Game Studies, 2017-07)
      Documentary filmmaking and the design of videogames have often converged in the form of “docugames”, games that aspire to the form of documentary. This paper looks at a related strategy for creating content and gameplay: ...
    • Academy Forum: Continuing the Message of the Roper Victim Assistance Academy 

      Bradley, Debbie; Hamilton, Hadiya; Howard, Deborah; Gethers, Keith; Fundack, Ashley; Pfeifer, Heather (Roper Victim Assistance Academy of Maryland, 2016-10)
      Shame on Maryland!! Why do we continue to impose a statute of limitations on child sexual abuse? ! There is no doubt in anyone's mind that child sexual abuse and molestation is abhorrent and an embarrassment to our ...
    • Academy Forum: Continuing the Message of the Roper Victim Assistance Academy 

      Bradley, Debbie; Hamilton, Hadiya; Howard, Deborah; Gethers, Keith; Fundack, Ashley; Pfeifer, Heather (Roper Victim Assistance Academy of Maryland, 2016-04)
      Broadening the Definition of Advocacy! RVAAM and VSPN! According to the FBI’s 2014 Crime Clock, there was a murder every 36.9 minutes, a rape every 4.5 minutes, and robbery every 1.6 minutes. Without a doubt, crime in ...
    • Academy Forum: Continuing the Message of the Roper Victim Assistance Academy 

      Bradley, Debbie; Hamilton, Hidaya; Howard, Deborah; Gethers, Keith; Fundack, Ashley (Roper Victim Assistance Academy of Maryland, 2017-04)
      One of the most unique features of the Roper Victim Assistance Academy of Maryland (RVAAM) is that it has a beginning but does not have an end. Rather, it is a cyclical organization and a source of renewable human energy. ...
    • Academy Forum: Continuing the Message of the Roper Victim Assistance Academy 

      Bradley, Debbie; Gethers, Keith; Fundack, Ashley; Pfeifer, Heather (Roper Victim Assistance Academy of Maryland, 2015-10)
      Sometimes we may not understand why a victim focuses on a particular thing or issue when we believe there are more pressing matters to address. But being sensitive to all the needs of a victim is paramount if we want ...
    • Academy Forum: Continuing the Message of the Roper Victim Assistance Academy 

      Bradley, Debbie; Gethers, Keith; Fundack, Ashley; Pfeifer, Heather (Roper Victim Assistance Academy of Maryland, 2016-01)
      Assisting Victims of Burglary, Robbery, and Armed Robbery! Victims’ Rights for Justice and Restitution! Whether a person has been the victim of a burglary or a robbery, the rights of that victim have been violated in ...
    • Accessible Web Typography for the Visually Impaired 

      McCoy, Erica (2018-05)
      Background: Visual impairments affect millions of people worldwide. Accessible web typography is important in ensuring online legibility for this diverse group of users to help them maintain their independence. However, ...
    • Accounting Conservatism in Fraud Firms: An Empirical Investigation 

      Jones, Keith L; Krishnan, Gopal V; Pevzner, Mikhail; Sengupta, Partha (2008)
      We examine whether Ball and Shivakumar (2006) and Basu (1997) models of conservatism identify fraud firms as anti-conservative. We show that both models do so to some extent, but Ball and Shivakumar model results are ...
    • Adam Smith’s Approach to Public Policy: Astounding Deviation or Artful Moderation? 

      Clark, Michael (SSRN, 2010-12-01)
      Recent academic work has attempted to change the interpretation of Adam Smith from the founder of free market economics to a proponent of something much more akin to the modern welfare state. In a well known article Jacob ...
    • Adarand, Grutter, and Gratz: Does Affirmative Action in Federal Employment Matter? 

      Naylor, Lorenda Ann; Rosenbloom, David (Sage, 2004)
      Does affirmative action in federal human resources management (HRM) matter? Responding to the Supreme Court’s decision in Adarand v. Pena (1995), the Clinton administration instructed federal agencies not to use racial, ...
    • Administration Without Consideration: Public Administration’s Oversight of Children 

      Edlins, Mariglynn (Administrative Theory & Praxis, 2013-12)
      American children regularly encounter government through routine interactions with public administrators. Because of the unique nature of working with children, these interactions differ from those with adults. Although ...
    • Administrative Reform: Forever a Work in Progress 

      Naylor, Lorenda Ann; Rosenbloom, David (Taylor & Francis, 2002)
    • Admitting a Bad Influence: Contracting the Public Service 

      Gibson, Ed (Taylor & Francis, 2004)
      Emulation of the private sector is a longstanding controversy in public administration, but could it constitute a bad influence, of the kind that parents seek to guard against by scrutinizing their children's peers? ...
    • Adventures in old Brooklyn: Here’s to the Real Ones, in a Rapidly Changing Neighborhood 

      Watkins, Dwight (Salon.com, 2017-03-01)
      Left, right and straight ahead, the streets all looked the same to me: gentriZed. I didn’t really know which direction to head in. So like most non-New Yorkers, I whipped out my iPhone and opened the Lyft app. My driver ...
    • Affect and Decision Making 

      Stickney, Lisa T. (University of Baltimore, 2009-04)
      Intellect is to emotion as our clothes are to our bodies; we could not very well have civilized life without clothes, but we would be in a poor way if we had only clothes without bodies. [Alfred North Whitehead] S ixteen ...
    • African Sounds in the American South: Community Radio, Historically Black Colleges, and Musical Pan-Africanism 

      Davis, Joshua C. (Journal of Popular Music Studies, 2015-12)
      One night in the early 1970s, Donald Baker received a call for help from a listener. Baker was hosting his regular show on WAFR-FM in Durham, NC, a town of 100,000 residents with a declining tobacco and textile economy. ...
    • After 

      Oldenburg, Aaron (2010)
      This is a videogame about finding and then placing a loved one in the afterlife.  The goal is to simulate an agnostic encounter with one's own belief system when dealing with death.  The game begins with the death of a ...