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What’s your ‘sext’ drive? Examining female emerging adults’ experiences of sharing visual sexual content through communication technologiesDownload
Sexting describes transmitting sexual material through communication technologies such as cell phones. Despite the commonplace nature of sexting among young people and the popularity of the topic in the media, few studies have examined sexting from the perspectives of young people. This...
Wheelchair ergometry exercise and the SenseWear Pro Armband (SWA): a preliminary study with healthy controlsDownload
Purpose. To investigate the validity of the Sense Wear Pro Armband (SWA) to measure energy expenditure (EE) in healthy participants using wheelchair ergometry as an exercise modality. Method. Minute by minute EE was measured simultaneously using the SWA and indirect calorimetry(IC) during three...
When Institutions Bend But Do Not Break: The Institutional Accommodation of Open Access in Scientific PublishingDownload
Over the past two decades, institutional scholars have been fascinated by the processes and mechanisms through which institutions -- the durable socio-cultural structures that “provide meaning and stability to social life” (Scott, 2008: 48)-- change. The literature on institutional change is vast...
Motivated by the apparent ineffectiveness of feminist critiques to ameliorate my negative experiences of my body, this thesis investigates Michel Foucault’s understanding of experience and critique in an effort to explain this inefficacy. Caught between intuitions that my “stubborn” experiences...
When Routes become Roots: Liu Na'ou, Jiang Wenye, and Their Transnational Cultural Productions, 1923-1945Download
This thesis investigates works of two Taiwanese-born, Japanese-educated, and Chinese-based authors during the volatile years of 1923 to 1945 – Shanghai-based short story writer Liu Na’ou 劉吶鷗 (1905–1940) and Beijing-based musician-cum-poet Jiang Wenye 江文也 (1910–1983). They were born in Taiwan...