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  • Barnard, Stuart (Lethbridge Undergraduate Research JournalUniversity of LethbridgeUniversity of Lethbridge, 2007-06)
    Arguably one of the greatest cartographers in Canadian history, David Thompson has been widely praised for his contributions to the study of geography. Though less acclaimed, his interaction with the Natives of the Canadian ...
  • Herbert, Rebecca (Lethbridge Undergraduate Research JournalUniversity of LethbridgeUniversity of Lethbridge, 2007-06)
    This paper examined how the primary health care model essentially lacks effective healthcare delivery for rural residents, by articulating unfavorable trends occurring in the medical arena. Finally, possible solutions ...
  • Moon, William J. (Lethbridge Undergraduate Research JournalUniversity of MichiganUniversity of Michigan, 2007-06)
    Developmental economists refer to South Korea's economic "miracle" - contrary to North Korea's economic disaster - as a shining example that glorifies the ultimate victory of American capitalism. It is precisely that ...
  • Mandaglio, Lia A. (Lethbridge Undergraduate Research JournalLafayette CollegeLafayette College, Easton, PA, 2007-06)
    During the Romantic literary period, British feminist writers assumed drastically different stances when advocating for female empowerment and autonomy. Hannah More and Mary Robinson demonstrate these different feminist ...
  • Belzil, Camille (Lethbridge Undergraduate Research JournalUniversity of LethbridgeUniversity of Lethbridge, 2007-06)
    As a family, Alu retrotransposons compose the single largest component of the human genome [2]. They are thought to have arisen from the gene coding for 7SL RNA, a component of the signal recognition particle [14, 19, 23]. ...
  • Detheridge, Chelsea (Arts and ScienceWomen's StudiesUnviersity of Lethbridge, 2007-11)
    Detheridge reflects on her family background and provides an autobiographical account of her own work history.
  • Swanson, Bethaney (Arts and ScienceWomen's StudiesUniversity of Lethbridge, 2007-11)
    Swanson provides an autobiographical work history and reflects on the concepts of agency and "choice".
  • Kitagawa, Tammy (Arts and ScienceWomen's StudiesUniversity of Lethbridge, 2007-11)
    Kitagawa provides an autobiographical account of both her waged and unwaged work history.
  • Simon, Lisa (Lethbridge Undergraduate Research JournalYale UniversityYale University, 2007-12)
    Although it is one of the most common ailments on the planet, dental caries, more commonly known as cavities, remains a poorly understood disease. Caries are caused by a complex interplay of factors, especially patient ...
  • Menchinger, Ethan L. (Lethbridge Undergraduate Research JournalUniversity of TorontoUniversity of Toronto, 2007-12)
    Ottoman reform literature written during and immediately after the 1768-1774 Russo-Turkish war can be viewed as a transition point in a "discourse of reform" which took place within the empire. An examination of the writings ...
  • Rweru, Fred (Lethbridge Undergraduate Research JournalBerea CollegeBerea College, 2007-12)
    Recognizing that obesity and lack of physical activity are a foundation for other ailments, there is an increasing trend to promote physical activity and reduce obesity in the general populace. Pedometers are being used ...
  • Jeyathurai, Dashini Ann J. (Lethbridge Undergraduate Research JournalCarleton CollegeCarleton College, 2007-12)
    Much of Twelfth Night and Much Ado About Nothing is steeped in observation. The structural device of the play-within-the-play facilitates both the audience's and the conspirators' observation of the outsiders. Thus, Malvolio, ...
  • Belzil, Camille (Lethbridge Undergraduate Research JournalUniversity of LethbridgeUniversity of Lethbridge, 2007-12)
    The Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) is as simple as it is successful. Consisting of only relatively few elementary molecules, it is exceedingly hard to detect and has proven both difficult and expensive to treat. Treatment ...
  • Van Marck, Amy (Lethbridge Undergraduate Research JournalUniversity of LethbridgeUniversity of Lethbridge, 2007-12)
    Anorexia Nervosa is a disorder suffered by primarily women throughout the world. Exploring the causes and treatment methods has been the focus of research of many therapists and psychologists. The traditional perspective ...
  • Baingo, Nicholas; Isherwood, Lauren (Lethbridge Undergraduate Research JournalUniversity of LethbridgeUniversity of Lethbridge, 2007-12)
    Canada is a nation that is built on immigration and is fortunate in that it benefits from the diverse skills and abilities that immigrants contribute to the labour pool. Throughout the last century, there have been many ...
  • Medianu, Stelian (Lethbridge Undergraduate Research JournalUniversity of British ColumbiaUniversity of British Columbia, 2007-12)
    Although the mood-memory relationship can account for the occurrence of mood congruent recall, it cannot account for the occurrence of mood incongruent recall. Mood incongruent recall is an important mechanism for recovering ...
  • Berenji, Shahin (Lethbridge Undergraduate Research JournalUniversity of Southern CaliforniaUniversity of Southern California, 2008-03)
  • Sampson-Akpuru, Michael (Lethbridge Undergraduate Research JournalKelley School of BusinessIndiana University, 2008-03)
    The issue of high Chief Executive Officer (CEO) compensation has attracted much attention among researchers in recent years. One study reports that the average CEO salary for an S&P 500 firm in 2006 was $14.8 million. In ...
  • Sengupta, Krishanu (Lethbridge Undergraduate Research JournalStanford UniversityStanford University, 2008-03)
    In this article, I address the much-publicized "peace versus justice dilemma" faced by the International Criminal Court. The world's first permanent war crimes Court, the ICC has defied many of its critics by commencing ...
  • Andreasen, Bryce David (Lethbridge Undergraduate Research JournalUniversity of LethbridgeUniversity of Lethbridge, 2008-03)
    This article argues for banning the use of cluster munitions by the United States and in general. It examines cluster munitions and the effects they have on a population and whether or not they should be used according to ...

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