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Themes of Academic Achievement Gap: The Differences in Framing After School Program Engagement to High- and Low-Income Audiences
Drawing from a framing theoretical framework, this qualitative research used a thematic analysis method to analyze how after school programs are targeting high- and low-income audiences based off message framing of visual ...
Between the Left and the Right: Jihadi Brides’ British Media Frames Post ISIS Fall
This thesis analyzes the media frames/representations of Western women who migrated to ISIS, known as “Jihadi Brides,” after the fall of ISIS in December 2017. ISIS is a terrorist group that used attractive strategies and ...
Understanding NCAA Basketball, College Recruitment, and Factors that Influence College Decisions for Basketball Student-Athletes
Using five semi-structured interviews, this study sought to better understand the lived experiences and college decision process for NCAA Division I basketball student-athletes. The findings from a thematic analysis retrieved ...
Love at First Like: A Case Study of New Media Activities Toward the Opposite Sex at an All Girl High School
This study analyzes the usage of texting and other social media messenger tools of college freshmen who attended all girl high schools by exploring their lived experiences and social interactions with the opposite sex. The ...
21st Century Hall: Proxemics and Gender Interactions in Contemporary Research
Nonverbal communication is an everyday occurrence that is unavoidable; such behavior becomes second nature. How we stand, sit, move, gaze and gesture are just a few examples of how messages are sent without uttering a ...