Getz, Lynne

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Perspectives and Angles: A Journalistic History Through the Argentine Political Identity From 1946-1983 2013 3527 Following World War II, nationalist strongman Juan Perón influenced the Argentine national identity through his controversial political, economic, and social reforms. Though a popular friend of the proletariat, Perón earned many enemies by ignoring a...
Who Am I Now? A Question of Creek Identity, 1830-1907 2013 2857 In regards to Native Americans, the notion of “federal recognition” is important, but also problematic. Federal recognition is problematic in that it generally does not take into account socio-cultural factors regarding identity. Prior to their rem...
Always The Same Old Story: How Urban Legends Develop And Spread In Modern America 2000 84 This thesis is a study of the common themes shared by traditional folklore and modern American urban legends. The author consulted expert mythologists such as Carl Jung, Joseph Campbell and Marie-Louise von Franz to research the prevalent themes of f...
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, And Transgender Life At Appalachian State University 2009 126 This study explores the historical development of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) population at Appalachian State University and the institution's administration effect on this development. Situated in rural Watauga County, North C...