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    • Saint-Louis Demb: A Glimpse Into Yesterday, A Perspective for Today 

      Pusateri, Kyle (1995)
      During my research for this project, the idea that Senegal is a society which reflects a blending of beliefs and traditions continued to surface in the books that I read That, I decided must be the key to the theme of this ...
    • The Contemporary Feminist Movement in Spain: 

      Fanta, Abigail (1995-01)
      As a Human Development and Social Relations major with a concentration in Women's Studies, I have a special interest in studying social personas, especially how sex roles manifest themselves in any given society. For the ...
    • Ethnographie: Diskos in Deutschland 

      Benner, Dwight M., II (1995-01-22)
      Hans kommt um halb elf zur Disko. Er stellt sein Rad neben die vielen anderen Räder vor dem E-werk ab, eine der populärsten Diskos in Erlangen. Sein Freund, Fritz, schließt die zwei Räder mit einem Kabel ab. Die beiden ...
    • Verstandigung in der Klasse 

      Steckler, Leslie (1995-01-27)
      Jeden Tag muß man sich verständig machen. Kommunikation wird in jeden Teil der Gesellschaft benötig. Aber wo lernt man, wie er sich verständig machen soll? Bestimmt gibt es viele Sachen, die eine Kommunikationsart prägen. ...
    • Jugendliche in Deutschland 

      Peters, Blake Randall (1995-01-27)
      Kulturelle Unterschiede zwischen der deutschen und der amerikanischen Jugend existieren schon, denn wenn man zum Beispiel ein deutsches 15 jähriges Mädchen mit einem ebensolchen amerikanischen Mädchen vergleicht, erkannt ...
    • A Different Perspective on the Spanish Educational System 

      Haarer, Julia (1995-01-27)
      My desire to be a secondary school teacher spurred my interest in learning about the Spanish educational system. I spent two weeks attending classes, conducting informal interviews, and observing activities at the Instituto ...
    • Etnografia 

      Elsila, Jamie (1995-01-30)
      Para este estudio, yo pasé tres semanas en el laboratorio clínico del hospital "Patronato Municipal San José," o el "Hospital del Sur." Observé el trabajo del laboratorio y la manera en que el laboratorio funciona. También ...
    • Ein Vampir-ahnliches Praktikum 

      Retzer, Richard C. (Rick) (1995-02-14)
      Ich habe ungefähr sechs Wochen bei Siemens KWU (Kraftwerk Union) gearbeitet. Die Stelle habe ich dank der Vermittlung von Frau Hessenauer, Leslie Stecklers Gastmutter, bekommen. Sie kennt einige Siemensarbeiter, da ihr ...
    • Nine Days in Garissa: Profile of the Town and Identification of Areas for Further Research 

      Van Dyck, Alexandra (1996)
      In a discussion of small towns in Kenya, where grassroots development is often attempted, effort must be made to identify both minute and major differences among towns and not perceive a small size and population as an ...
    • Femininity and Feminism: The White Women of Kenya 

      Van Dyck, Alexandra (1996)
      In 1938 there was a white population living in Kenya of just 20,894, and it was not until the turn of the century that this population began to establish itself in Kenya at all. Thus, it seems quite remarkable to me that ...
    • La Sante Reproductive des Adolescents: Une Journee de Information 

      Beachy, Elizabeth D. (1996)
      Avant même d'arriver à Dakar j'avais decidé que je voulais profiter de mon sejour dans cette capitale Oueste-Africaine pour établir des contactes avec les Nations Unies et ses nombreuses divisions qui se trouvent à Dakar. ...
    • Observations of a Toubob at Abass Ndao Hospital 

      Shoher, Angela (1996)
      The director of the hospital asked me this question after I had been working at the hospital for a few weeks. At the time, I did not answer as I could not pinpoint one specific thing that made the entire experience so ...
    • "Success" and the Senegalese Spectacle 

      Haynes, Candida Victoria (1996)
      This paper will explore the role of conscious and unconscious efforts to preserve culture in Senegalese society. What might make certain spectacles work? What might hinder others' success? What is considered successful in ...
    • Cabezarrubia: No solo un trabajo sino una aventura 

      Orr, Bret (1996)
      This project was a forced necessity. Far from being a portion of Spanish, Extremefio, or Cacereiio culture, the opportunity to play tennis that was presented to me prevented me from satisfactorily completing another ...
    • AIDS: Changing the Traditional Communal Values in Kenya 

      Cunningham, Ronda (1996)
      AIDS is not a new issue in the world and Kenya is no exception to this. Since the first case of AIDS was documented in 1981 this disease has sent the world into panic. The story in Kenya is much the same as in the rest of ...
    • Women in the Informal Sector of Takaungu 

      Eisin, Audra K. (1996-02)
      The main issues that were undertaken in the research concentrated on the economic power of the women in this town: how, when and why they began their business, where the profits of their labor went to, etc. As the research ...
    • The Struggle to Print: The plight of the writer of fiction in Kenya 

      Harris, Petersen (1996-02-10)
      Every place on earth has a story to tell. It is left up to the humans who inhabit this globe to tell the story of nature from generation to generation. The people of Kenya are writing, and they have been years. Even though ...
    • The Body Ornamentation of the Maasai: A Gender-Focused Study 

      Barry, Elizabeth (1996-02-10)
      The clips we in America get to see of Kenya are few. A selected slice of culture is delivered to our living rooms via television shows, our co1fee tables via the glossy pages of National Geographic, and our classrooms via ...
    • Maasai Women: Resignation versus Retaliation 

      Schut, Acacia (1996-02-15)
      This is a study of Maasai women, the roles they play, the expectations held of them, and the system of support they have created for themselves. The research for this project was done in the small village of Eldamat in ...
    • English and Its Increasing Role in Senegal 

      Willison, Jill (1996-05)
      Why is English so often the preferred language in senegal? What is its relation to modernization? And in what way does proficiency in English affect the lives of the Senegalese? All this I have investigated in my internship ...