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  • Miller, Nicholas Rourke (Lethbridge Undergraduate Research JournalUniversity of North Carolina at Chapel HillUniversity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2008-06)
    The major plot lines of Fyodor Dostoevsky's The Brothers Karamazov follow the moral development of the Karamazov brothers, Dmitri, Ivan, Alyosha, and Smerdyakov. All of the brothers are, to some extent, portrayed as torn ...
  • O'Brien, Kelly (Lethbridge Undergraduate Research JournalMaryville UniversityMaryville University, 2009-03)
  • Hodge, Jarrah (Lethbridge Undergraduate Research JournalUniversity of British ColumbiaUniversity of British Columbia, 2007-01)
    Taking an animal-rights feminist approach, this paper explores how the 2005 film The March of the Penguins has been used in the United States as a tool to reinforce values of the Christian right. Analyzing the role of ...
  • Barker, Michael Ross (Lethbridge Undergraduate Research JournalCollege of Business & EconomicsUniversity of Idaho, 2009-01)
    This paper outlines a brief political and financial history of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia as well as the potential for micro-finance to address some of the developmental issues that exist. This paper uses ...
  • 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 ...
  • Willms, Joanna (Lethbridge Undergraduate Research JournalMcGill UniversityMcGill University, 2009-01)
    Exercise places a series of competing demands on the human body. First, as muscles work harder, they require a larger blood supply. This entails a whole-body shift: Blood vessels in the periphery widen to accommodate more ...
  • Popick, Jacqui (Lethbridge Undergraduate Research JournalUniversity of LethbridgeUniversity of Lethbridge, 2006-04)
    Native American women traditionally belonged to a culture that gave them respect and where they had power, autonomy and equality. Through the last hundred years and due to European colonization they have lost all that ...
  • Darowski, Lukasz; Strilchuk, Jordan; Sorochuk, Jason; Provost, Casey (Lethbridge Undergraduate Research JournalUniversity of LethbridgeUniversity of Lethbridge, 2007-01)
  • Butler, Glenn W. (Lethbridge Undergradulate Research JournalUniversity of LethbridgeUniversity of Lethbridge, 2006-04)
    New Criticism emerged in the early twentieth century from a field of literary theory dominated by Marxism and Impressionism; it rejected both of these from its start. In a bold statement of purpose, J.E. Spingarn sketched ...
  • Jones, Jan (Lethbridge Undergraduate Research JournalUniversity of LethbridgeUniversity of Lethbridge, 2008-03)
    In the mid nineteenth century Imperial Russia, a new generation aptly labelled the Nihilist, a new radical movement that would lay the foundation for the Russian revolutionary movement. This youth base movement rebelled ...
  • Friedman, Joanna (Lethbridge Undergraduate Research JournalPrinceton UniversityPrinceton University, Princeton, NJ, 2007-06)
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Galinski, Tristan (Lethbridge Undergraduate Research JournalUniversity of LethbridgeUniversity of Lethbridge, 2009-01)
    Music is a subject that is one of the most consistently threatened to be terminated at our schools. As someone who is preparing to enter into the field of education, I have decided that a clear philosophy on the importance ...
  • 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 ...
  • Flores, Mario C. (Lethbridge Undergraduate Research JournalGeorgia Institute of TechnologyGeorgia Institute of Technology, 2008-06)
    Several negative externalities arising from the consumption and disposal of plastics materials are described. Such externalities include the aesthetic damage created by landfills containing plastic waste, the impact to ...
  • Mantle, Michael (Lethbridge Undergraduate Research JournalUniversity of GuelphUniversity of Guelph, 2009-01)
  • Pikkert, Owen (Lethbridge Undergraduate Research JournalMcMaster UniversityMcMaster University, 2009-01)
    This paper examines the portrayal of the 1718 'Sicily Crisis' by several period English newspapers, including the Daily Courant, the Evening Post, and the London Gazette. The 'Sicily Crisis' was provoked by the voyage of ...
  • Hunter, Eve M. (Lethbridge Undergraduate Research JournalUniversity of LethbridgeUniversity of Lethbridge, 2007-01)
    According to Jonathon Penny, there are three modes by which we may identify apocalyptic literature: these modes are prophecy, revelation, and eschatology. Of these three, prophecy is the most important element to consider ...
  • Lyle, Marie-Hélène (Lethbridge Undergraduate Research JournalUniversity of LethbridgeUniversity of Lethbridge, 2006-04)
    Sugar is traditionally classified as a food “used to improve the palatability of many foods” (ISMA, 2005). As such, it is the “cheapest instant source of energy” (ISMA, 2005) containing no nutritional value. Recent ...

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