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TitleDateCreatorPublication TypeInstitution
The Adolescent Lesbian Identity Formation Model: Implications for Counseling2005Myers, Jane E.FacultyCounseling and Educational Development, UNCG
Affinity, Collaboration, and the Politics of Classroom Speaking1997Schultheis Moore, Alexandra W.FacultyEnglish, UNCG
"And these signs shall follow" : a cultural and social history of Appalachian snake-handling...2013Williams, Jonathan StudentWCU
Appearance and the transition to motherhood: an exploration of consumption and identity cons...2016Brown, Victoria S.StudentConsumer, Apparel and Retail Studies, UNCG
An approach to the occupational ideology and identity of informal cellular minutes vendors i...2012Strange, Casey StudentSociology, UNCG
Are we there yet? the mapping of sexual identity over time2014Doyle, Myra LynnStudentSociology, UNCG
Ascribed versus Self-Determined Identity: Critical Interpretive Inquiry into the Subjectivit...2015Banjoko, Tony OlaniyiStudentCollege of Education, ASU
Assessing Equity Beyond Knowledge- and Skills-based Outcomes: A Comparative Ethnography of T...2011Carlone, Heidi B. FacultyTeacher Education and Higher Education, UNCG
Becoming (less) scientific: A longitudinal study of students' identity work from elementary ...2014Carlone, Heidi B. FacultyTeacher Education and Higher Education, UNCG
Beyond Knowledge: Exploring Why Some Teachers Are More Thoughtfully Adaptive Than Others2010Faircloth, Beverly S.FacultyTeacher Education and Higher Education, UNCG
Beyond Knowledge: Exploring Why Some Teachers Are More Thoughtfully Adaptive Than Others2010Duffy, Gerald G.FacultyTeacher Education and Higher Education, UNCG
Beyond Knowledge: Exploring Why Some Teachers Are More Thoughtfully Adaptive Than Others2010Fairbanks, Colleen M.FacultyTeacher Education and Higher Education, UNCG
Beyond Knowledge: Exploring Why Some Teachers Are More Thoughtfully Adaptive Than Others2010He, Ye FacultyTeacher Education and Higher Education, UNCG
Beyond Knowledge: Exploring Why Some Teachers Are More Thoughtfully Adaptive Than Others2010Levin, Barbara B.FacultyTeacher Education and Higher Education, UNCG
Breaking Binary Constructs by Exploring Duality and Multiplicity in Philip Pullman’s His Dar...2014Montgomery, Nami LeeStudentSchool of Graduate Studies, English Education, UNCP
Changing places and questions of identity: the fluid lives of first generation Indo-Guyanese...2009Chowthi, Natassaja M.StudentSociology, UNCG
Critical environmental agency in a field ecology program2015Huffling, Lacey DeniseStudentTeacher Education and Higher Education, UNCG
Cultural Hegemony Identity and the Story of the Catawba Nation2012Fortner, Jefferson LockeStudentEnglish, ECU
Decoding craft: communicating identity through a system of design2013Aguilera Guardado, Claudia StudentInterior Architecture, UNCG
Developing Critical Language Awareness via Service-Learning for Spanish Heritage Speakers2015Lowther Pereira, Kelly AnneFacultyLanguages, Literatures, and Cultures, UNCG
Developmental Change and Stability in Adolescent Self-Concept1984Demo, David H.FacultyHuman Development and Family Studies, UNCG
Disección anatómica de la imaginación y de la moda en el sueño satírico 54 de El Censor2009Hontanilla, Ana M.FacultyRomance Languages, UNCG
El espacio y la construcción de la identidad en La enredadera, de J. Aldecoa2008Sotomayor, Carmen T.FacultyLanguages, Literatures, and Cultures, UNCG
The Electronic ‘‘Scarlet Letter’’: Criminal Backgrounding and a Perpetual2011Murphy, Daniel S. FacultyGovernment and Justice Studies, ASU
Emerging treason? Politics and identity in the Emerging Church Movement2014Reed, Randall FacultyPhilosophy and Religion, ASU