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Masters thesisThe politics of language: cultural impacts of language loss and revitalization among the Nez Perce of Idaho, a case studyAdams, Stefanie LisaWhile several Native American languages have been the subject of previous studies, our understanding of the revitalization and preservation efforts concerning the Nez Perce language, Nimipuutímt, remains limited. Nimipuutímt is a member of the Sahapti . . .
Masters thesisPhilippart, ShaunCaptive chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) are highly inactive compared to their wild counterparts, who spend most of their day engaged in activities, such as feeding and traveling. Enrichment programs aimed at promoting natural behaviors and decreasing in . . .
Masters thesisRetracing the Penutian expansion: using visual analysis and statistical research to map changes in California Native American basketryBrother, Rosemary EllenThesis (M.A., Anthropology)--California State University, Sacramento, 2019.