Elizabeth Lynn (Beth) Davison Ph.D.

RECAPP 2020 & 2021 Award Winner. Dr. Davison's research interests include Digitial Divide and Documentaries.

There are 7 included publications by Elizabeth Lynn (Beth) Davison Ph.D.:

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Connection Discrepancies - Unmasking Further Layers of the Digital Divide 2003 1210 In assessing the integration of the Internet into society, scholars have documented that certain sectors of the population are disadvantaged by their lack of access to computer resources. The disadvantaged have traditionally included the less educate...
DocuAppalachia: A Half Century Focus On The Environment (Film, RECAPP 2021) 2021 22 In 2017 an untitled, silent 16mm film reel from the 1970s was discovered in storage in Boone, NC. The heavily spliced film, made by local photographer George Flowers, juxtaposes images of idyllic Appalachian landscapes with piles of trash, rusting ve...
An Ecological Examination of North Carolina Amendment One Vote to Ban Same Sex Marriage 2013 844 An Ecological Examination of North Carolina's Amendment One Vote to Ban Same Sex Marriage
Establishing Documentary Production Support for 21st Century Campuses 2014 876 As a response to the growing trend of academic assignments that involve some type of video production, this paper advocates that campuses need to provide instructional as well as technical support for such projects. Universities invest in writing cen...
Exploring Accessibility versus Opportunity Crime Factors 2003 771 The purpose of this study is to examine the effects of accessibility (street networks) and opportunity factors (land usages) on property crime among street segments in Raleigh, North Carolina. The analytical model for this research is patterned after...
How Do We Rate? An Evaluation of Online Student Evaluations 2009 2355 This paper analyses the popular RateMyProfessors (RMP) website where students evaluate instructors in higher education. A study was designed to measure (1) the awareness and utilisation of the RMP website, (2) the internal and external validity of th...
Saving The Virginia Big Eared Bats (Abstract and Video Link Only) 2020 45 A multi-agency effort to save an endangered species of bats. In the high country of North Carolina, a planned highway widening project and an old mystery sets the stage for this short film about discovery and survival. Video Access Link: https://vime...