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    Nazlikian, Deanna
    This project addresses the American response to Armenian emigrants from 1880 to 1950. It uncovers how Americans treated and viewed Armenians during this time period. The Armenian Genocide did not change the way Americans viewed Armenians in America, b . . .
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    Babakhanyan, Adrine
    The purpose of this qualitative research methods study was to explore the experiences of all Armenians who were at least 18 years of age or older; identified as an Armenian male or female who were either a survivor of the Armenian Genocide or related . . .
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    Amazaspyan, Andranik
    Despite the established benefits of mental health services, ethnic minorities experience barriers such as cultural stigma, reluctance, inadequate access, and poor quality of treatment when seeking mental health treatment (Rugema et al., 2015; Nami, n. . . .
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    Attallah, Maral N.
    My work is a comparative/ historical analysis of the Armenian Genocide, and how the denial and treatment of this genocide by Turkey and the United States has affected the social psychological wellbeing of succeeding generations of Armenians. I explore . . .