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    • Women, Hair and Identity: The social Processes of Alopecia 

      Riley, Caitlin (Kalamazoo, Mich. : Kalamazoo College., 2009)
      Hair plays an important role for women as a marker of their gender. How does society's emphasis on hair affect those who have lost it due to an auto-immune disease called alopecia areata? The historical and societal ...
    • Working for a Mouse 

      Urbanski, Diane (Kalamazoo, Mich. : Kalamazoo College., 1994)
      At Disney, a quality experience for the consumer is not necessarily mutual for the employee. Disney employees are struggling to find their identities in a company that discourages individualism. This is because Disney ...
    • A World of Church: A Study of Traditional Catholicism in Beverly and Evergreen Park, Illinois 

      Bowman, Marietta (Kalamazoo, Mich. : Kalamazoo College., 2001)
      Built on the concepts of individuality, hard work, and personal motivation, American society has blossomed and evolved from a vast-open landscape waiting to be developed to a mechanic, industrialized culture centered ...
    • The World of the Four Year Old: Observations at a Nursery School 

      Halleck, Susan Gamble (Kalamazoo, Mich. : Kalamazoo College., 1966-09)
      I have no profound hypothesis for this paper. I am simply trying to describe things as I saw them, to report happenings and the people who caused them. I do not want to analyze or interpret for I don't have enough ...
    • You and Me against the World: Black and White Young Single Mothers in London 

      Harants, Cheryl (Kalamazoo, Mich. : Kalamazoo College., 1988)
      Much of what I learned through my research cannot be expressed in this paper. The experiences that I had with the women I interviewed were invaluable, as I was exposed to the likes of people who seldom are given much ...
    • Youth Intimate Partner Violence : Elements of Successful Prevention Programs 

      Mahdavi, Morgan (Kalamazoo, Mich. : Kalamazoo College., 2013)
      The status of violence in contemporary United States has been called an epidemic by experts in the field in recent decades. In response to this, there has been the development of a new field of research in the area of ...