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    Masters Thesis
    West, Laurie Jean.
    This study investigated the effects of attitudes toward and knowledge of overpopulation and sexism on childbearing and adoption attitudes. The subjects were 131 students drawn from three high school sophomore and three college sophomore classes. Subje . . .
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    Westerling, Janice.
    Shakespeare's poetic dramas mark the height in the evolution of a form that had begun with the dramatizations of the medieval mystery plays, and they have a power that has not been realized in the genre since. We may describe this power as the capacit . . .
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    West, Carolyne Marie.
    During the past five years of coaching and teaching, the writer has been aware of the importance of unity among team members in women's intercollegiate athletics. Observation has indicated that groups which appear to be more unified also perform mo . . .
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    Masters Thesis
    Weil, David.
    In this study, six treatment levels of zinc fertilizer were applied to peach trees, Prunus persica, through a drip irrigation system. The study was conducted for two years using the same treatment levels for both years. The six treatment levels con . . .
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    Masters Thesis
    Weatherson, Michael.
    It has been more than half a century since the United States Senate rejected the League of Nations. The responsibility for the league's defeat is often placed in the hands of a few willful Senators.* Hiram Johnson ranks high among these men. As one of . . .
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    Masters Thesis
    Warner, Donald Remi.
    The natural history of the Fresno kangaroo rat, Dipodomys nitratoides exilis, in the San Joaquin Valley's alkali sink habitat was first described by Culbertson (1946). His study included little information on the interspecific interactions with ot . . .
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    Masters Thesis
    Walke, Glena.
    Flowers and herbs have had a recent come back as ingredients for foods and medicines. Little has been known until very recently about the nutrient composition and the active chemical components of these foods. Yet the vast folklore surrounding the use . . .
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    Veale, David John.
    The understanding of the effect of densely populated settings on human experience and behavior is just beginning. In the early psychological literature, the term "crowding" was used to denote a setting that lacked "enough" space due in part to "too ma . . .
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    Masters Thesis
    Vance, Ellis.
    The education of America's children has been a concern of educators and lay people since our nation was created. It has been an ongoing concern which has tried to focus on meeting the needs of each child. And yet, even though the concern for ind . . .
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    Twomey, Stephanie.
    As David Crystal noted, the climate is changing: the study of language is coming of age. It now seems that linguistics is of interest to a much wider audience than ever before, although a question frequently asked is "Why bother to study language at a . . .