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Ironie et Raillerie dans l'Oeuvre Religieuse de Blaise Pascal
Blaise Pascal stands as one of the leading voices in both religion and literature in the Seventeenth Century. The author considers whether the tone of mockery and irony in the Provincial Letters is appropriate to Pascal’s ...
Le Discours du Front National
The author reviews the history of the French right wing party, The National Front, from its beginning in 1972 under Jean-Marie Le Pen, discussing its appeal to victims of recent economic crises, opponents of North African ...
Anti-Americanism in Germany: A Literary-Historical Analysis
In my research, I found that many German attitudes about Americans can be identified as themes in German literature, written in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Therefore, my paper will concentrate largely on these ...
2003 Health Sciences SIP Abstracts
Abstracts of SIPs done in Health Sciences in 2002-2003.
Efffects of Calmodulin Site II and IV Mutations on the Activity of Inductible Nitric Oxide Synthase
Nitric oxide is a free radical, whose roles in the human body include such important functions as neurotransmission, blood pressure control, and immune system response. However, if overproduced, nitric oxide can be ...
The Trauma of Seeking Asylum: Trauma, asylum-seekers, and my experiences at Refugee Immigration Ministry
For a variety of personal and research reasons, this has been an extremely challenging and at times very frustrating paper to write. Although I have tried to keep separate my feelings regarding the INS (Immigration and ...
Die Deutsche Erfahrung in Amerika
A SIP about German-Americans, dealing with the history of German immigration to America, the German language in America, and the development of German-American identity.
The Power of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in America’s Drug Courts
»In the 1980’s, 1/3 of the people in state prisons were there because of drug offenses and 60 to 70 percent of all the inmates had a history of substance abuse. •Many of the crimes committed on our streets today have ...
Two Cultures Collide
• From 1908 to1924, the first 35,000 Japanese travel to Brazil as temporary short-term migrants coffee plantations in Southern Brazil where they receive low wages and experience cruel working conditions • After World War ...