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Freaking Fatness through History: Critical Intersections of Fatness and Disability
This project seeks to explore the connections that are possible between the fields of fat studies and disability studies. Fat studies problematizes the common cultural reading of the fat body as “bad” and ...
The History and Efficacy of State Level Women PACs
Implementation of a Worksite Wellness Program for the Physical Plant Employees at the College of Charleston
The combination of obesity and overall poor health has become a pandemic across the US. With this pandemic comes a great increase in many preventable diseases, which are detrimental to an individual’s health, one’s ...
Between the Sea and Forest Deep
The Human Trafficking Industry in Developed Nations: Trafficking Trends and Legislation in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Germany
This comparative study reports on the characteristics of trafficking within the United States, the United Kingdom, and Germany and critically assesses data collection methods and corresponding national and regional legislation.
Lives and Songs of Select Composers
Financial Industry Diversification: An Empirical Analysis
This paper uses a quantitative approach to determine whether or not diversified financial institutions perform better than specialized financial institutions for shareholders. It aims to identify whether or not economies ...