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    • 2011 Report From the Student Affiliates of Seventeen (SAS) 

      Lantz, Melanie M.; Shaffer, Katharine S. (The Counseling Psychologist, 2012)
      The Student Affiliates of Seventeen (SAS) is the student-run representative body for the Society of Counseling Psychology (SCP) student members. Our primary purpose is to keep student members informed of current events in ...
    • 8-Bit Goes to the Movies 

      Meikle, Kyle (Subaltern Media, 2016-09)
      Since 2013, the YouTube channel Cinefix has offered its followers near-monthly installments of 8-Bit Cinema, a series of short videos in which blockbuster movies like Titanic and Frozen are reimagined as old school videogames. ...
    • 8-Bit Goes to the Movies 

      Meikle, Kyle (Wide Screen, 2016-09)
      Since 2013, the YouTube channel Cinefix has offered its followers near-monthly installments of 8-Bit Cinema, a series of short videos in which blockbuster movies like Titanic and Frozen are reimagined as old school videogames. ...
    • 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: ...
    • 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 ...
    • 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, ...
    • Administrative Reform: Forever a Work in Progress 

      Naylor, Lorenda Ann; Rosenbloom, David (Taylor & Francis, 2002)
      The symposium began by posing ten major questions about contemporary administrative reform. The questions were gleaned from a broad literature on New Public Management (NPM) reforms. Logically, they should be considered ...
    • 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? ...
    • 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. ...
    • ‘An Alliance Forged in Blood’: The American Occupation of Korea, the Korean War, and the US–South Korean Alliance 

      Stueck, William; Yi, BoRam (The Journal of Strategic Studies, 2010-04)
      The US occupation of Korea from 1945 to 1948 was not notable for its success. The volatile interaction between the occupiers and the occupied provided an important context for its relatively rapid conclusion and for ...
    • The American Geographical Society’s Geographic Knowledge and Values Survey: Report of Results for the United States 

      Kozak, Stephanie L.; Dobson, Jerome E.; Joseph S., Wood; Wells, William R.; Haynes, Don (American Geographical Society, 2013-02-05)
      The American Geographical Society (AGS) conducted a nationwide survey of public attitudes toward and knowledge about geography. The survey ran online from December 12, 2011 through March 31, 2012 with volunteers constantly ...
    • Antecedents for Achievement of Alignment in Organizations 

      Beehr, Terry A.; Glazer, Sharon; Fischer, Ronald; Linton, Larissa L.; Hansen, Curtiss P. (Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 2009)
      Organizations are commonly viewed as open systems in which various components of the organization are interdependent; that is, the functioning of one unit in an organization’s structure depends on the functioning of other ...
    • Anticipated benefits of new information systems: the role of the proposer 

      Mirani, Rajesh (ACM, 1994)
      The assessment of the anticipated benefits of new information systems is important to the process of information system planning. A study of the anticipated benefits of 178 projects revealed nine benefits factors: improved ...
    • Anticipating the benefits of proposed information systems 

      Lederer, Albert L; Mirani, Rajesh (Springer, 1995)
      The assessment of the anticipated benefits of new information systems (IS) is important to IS planning. A study of the anticipated benefits of 178 projects as seen by IS managers and analysts revealed nine benefit factors. ...
    • An approach for determining relative input parameter importance and significance in artificial neural networks 

      Kemp, Stanley J.; Zaradic, Patricia A.; Hansen, Frank (Elsevier, 2007)
      Artificial neural network (ANN) models are powerful statistical tools which are increasingly used in modeling complex ecological systems. For interpretation of ANN models, a means of evaluating how systemic parameters ...
    • Are Women the More Emotional Sex? Evidence From Emotional Experiences in Social Context 

      Barrett, Lisa Feldman; Robin, Lucy; Pietromonaco, Paula R.; Eyssell, Kristen M. (Taylor & Francis Ltd, 1998)
      The present study examined whether sex differences in emotion are related to the social context and addressed differences between global, retrospective, and on-line, momentary self-descriptions of emotional experience and ...
    • The ARICE Framework: Augmented Reality in Computing Education 

      Wang, Kathy; Vincenti, Giovanni; Braman, James; Dudley, Alfreda (International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET), 2013-12)
      Augmented Reality (AR) is a term for a live direct or an indirect view of a physical, real-world environment whose elements are augmented by computer-generated sen- sory input and output including sound, graphics or haptic ...
    • Assessing Awareness, Knowledge and Use of Folic Acid in Kansas Women Between the Ages of 18 and 44 Years 

      Sharp, Glynda F; Naylor, Lorenda Ann; Cai, Jinwen; Hyder, Melissa L; Chandra, Pradeep; Guillory, V James (Springer, 2008)
      Taking folic acid daily, before and during early pregnancy, has been proven to reduce neural tube birth defects (NTD). Unfortunately, many women fail to take it daily as recommended. To assess women's self-reported awareness, ...