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Browsing items in: University of New Orleans Senior Honors Theses

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    • Everyday objects : turning the canvas inside-out

    • University of New Orleans. Honors thesis. 2002.; University of New Orleans. Dept. of Fine Arts.
    • 2002;
    • A discussion of art history and its relevance to my own work is important in order to fully grasp the context in which I work. However, my methods encompass so many influences from the last century that it would be impossible to cover all of them...
    • The role of birth order in political efficacy

    • Age; birth order; college student survey; education; efficacy; firstborn; lastborn; lifelong learning; lifespan; middleborn; persistence; political behavior; political efficacy; political orientation; political socialization; secondborn; singleton
    • 2006;
    • A link between birth order and political efficacy is explored as a cause for the overrepresentation of firstborn and only offspring holding political office. The effects of birth order on political efficacy are measured using data from a four-year...
    • Afrocentric renaming of New Orleans public schools

    • Public schools--Louisiana--New Orleans; Afrocentrism--Louisiana--New Orleans; University of New Orleans. Honors thesis. 1998.; University of New Orleans. Dept. of History.
    • 1998;
    • A motorist driving down St. Claude Avenue in New Orleans toward Chalmette will see two schools between Pauline and Alvar streets. The school to the right is Frederick A. Douglass Senior High School. While the school has existed since 1913, the name...
    • Humans, robots, and agents collaborating for urban search and rescue

    • University of New Orleans. Honors thesis. 2003.; University of New Orleans. Dept. of Computer Science.
    • 2003;
    • A way to encourage development and communication in any field is by holding a competition. Urban search and rescue (USAR) is just one of numerous competitions that the artificial intelligence community has held throughout the years. As part of its...
    • Design and implementation of the NeXTracker music composition program

    • University of New Orleans. Honors thesis. 1993.; University of New Orleans. Dept. of Computer Science.
    • 1993;
    • About two years ago, I started to use a new kind of computer called the NeXT. The NeXT was a workstation, built around the same processor as the Amiga, but with higher-resolution graphics, a built-in digitizer, and a DSP (Digital Signal Processor)...
    • The relationship between attributions and self-esteem in mentally retarded adolescents

    • University of New Orleans. Honors thesis. 1993.; University of New Orleans. Dept. of Psychology.
    • 1993;
    • Academic achievement can be impacted by both attributional beliefs and self-esteem. However, the relationship between these two constructs is not clear. In order to examine this relationship within a mentally retarded population, a study was...
    • Nazi economic thought and policy 1933-1939

    • University of New Orleans. Honors thesis. 1994.; University of New Orleans. Dept. of History.
    • 1994;
    • Adolf Hitler, leader of the National Socialist German Worker's Party ("Nazi" Party), came to power on January 30, 1933, at the low point of the great depression. Much of German industry was idle and more than six million were unemployed. In the...
    • Why Sophie? : The political function of Rousseau's natural woman

    • University of New Orleans. Honors thesis. 1992.; University of New Orleans. Dept. of Political Science.
    • 1992;
    • All of Rousseau's political theory is contained in Emile, but his rhetoric and his narrative style sometimes overpower basic principles that are more succinctly expressed elsewhere. By looking at Emile in the context of the principles extracted...
    • Shakespeare's secular world view in Richard III

    • University of New Orleans. Honors thesis. 1991.; University of New Orleans. Dept. of English.
    • 1991;
    • Alternately critics have read Shakespeare's English History plays as champions of orthodox ideology, as subversive in their political stance, and even, to quote Karl Holzknecht, as "epics of unlettered men" (295), meaning, as L.C. Knights asserts,...

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