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TitleDateCreatorPublication TypeInstitution
Acculturation conflict in Latino youth: Discrimination, ethnic identity, and depressive symp...2016Stein, Gabriela L. FacultyPsychology, UNCG
Acculturation conflict in Latino youth: Discrimination, ethnic identity, and depressive symp...2016Gonzalez, Laura McLaughlinFacultyHigher Education, UNCG
Acculturation conflict in Latino youth: Discrimination, ethnic identity, and depressive symp...2016Huq, Nadia FacultyPsychology, UNCG
Advocating for the Devil: Transforming Conflict in Libraries2013Krautter, Mary FacultyUniversity Libraries, UNCG
B & B innkeepers in the United States: When the boundary between work and personal life is b...2010Hsieh, Yu-Chin "Jerrie"FacultyMarketing, Entrepreneurship, Hospitality & Tourism, UNCG
Beautiful ways to die2007Rogers, Stephanie M.StudentEnglish, UNCG
The Chechen wars, media, and democracy in Russia2015Askerov, Ali FacultyPeace and Conflict Studies, UNCG
Exploring the relationship of emotional intelligence and conflict management styles2010Ellis, Andrea ClaireStudentEducational Leadership and Cultural Foundations, UNCG
A multidimensional approach to conflict analysis: the Russo-Chechen conflict2008Askerov, Ali FacultyPeace and Conflict Studies, UNCG
Parenting style and adolescent's reaction to conflict: is there a relationship?2002Dudley, William NFacultyHealth and Human Sciences, UNCG
Spillover between work and personal life balance for lodging managers.2004Hsieh, Yu-Chin "Jerrie"FacultyMarketing, Entrepreneurship, Hospitality & Tourism, UNCG
Stumbling into Relating Writing a Relationship with My Father2012Poulos, Christopher N.FacultyCommunication Studies, UNCG
Turkey’s “Zero Problems with the Neighbors” Policy: Was It Realistic?2017Askerov, Ali FacultyPeace and Conflict Studies, UNCG
William Lad Sessions’ Honor for Us (Continuum Publishing Group, 2010).2005McConnell, Terrance C.FacultyPhilosophy, UNCG