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The German Home and Child as Traumascape: The Problematic Site of the German Child Victim in North American World War II Narratives
While the strategic use of the figure of the child in narratives of German victimization has not gone unnoticed, the use of setting -- an integral part of these narratives of individual and national crisis -- has often ...
On the Semantic Security of Secret Image Sharing Methods
In this work, we analyze some of the existing secret image sharing methods and show that they do not possess indistinguishability, a property of many secure systems. We propose a new method based on the $(k, n)$ threshold ...
Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy (EFT) and Infidelity
According to Whisman, Dixon and Johnason (1997) affairs/infidelity are the second most damaging problem that couples face and the third most difficult problem to treat. Glass & Wright (1988) argues that 30% of couples seek ...
The Informal Sector and Tax Revenue Drive: A Nigerian Case Study
There has been a recent need to boost internally generated revenue in Nigeria due to the fall in the price of oil, upon which Nigeria has been dependent for revenue. The Nigerian government's attention has been drawn to ...
Give Peace (and Folk Song) a Chance: American Folk Song and the Vietnam Anti-War Movement
Folk narrative and folk song are often associated with antiquarian notions of the romanticized country ‘folk’ of times long past. This makes it difficult to conceptualize the folk and their songs in more contemporary, ...
Every House Counts
(Manitoba Research Alliance, 2014-01-01)
Reacquiring a taste for Diversity: Changing food habits, their casual factors, and the value of dietary diversity in Jumla, Nepal
(Biodiversity Watch, 2014-06)
Understanding local food systems including food habit changes and the factors contributing to these changes is critical to ensuring effective interventions of food security. While diversity of foods is widely recognized ...
Bite Me: Abjection, Eroticism and the Breaking of Skin in True Blood
Through the relationship between vampires and humans on the television show True Blood, the abject image of biting skin and sucking blood becomes highly eroticized and romanticized. True Blood takes the image of the ...
Implementing the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples in the University College of the North’s Natural Resources Management Technology Program
This report was produced as a result of a practicum placement at University College of the North (UCN) by Heidi Cook, student in the Master’s of Development Practice – Indigenous Development program at the University of ...
Building a Legend: The 'Skinny' on the Slender Man
This paper explores folklorist Richard Dorson's distinction between folklore and 'fakelore'—that is, folklore-like material that has been created deliberately and mass-disseminated, often for monetary or ideological purposes. ...