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    Thesis
    Bambakyan, Marine
    The purpose of this study is to identify the barriers that prevent older Armenian-Americans aged 55 and over, who live in residential buildings, from accessing mental health services. Limited research exists on the berries older Armenian-Americans enc . . .
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    Thesis
    Pancake, Rachel
    This project explores the negative impact of shameful sexuality on sexual pleasure and functioning. Shameful sexual socialization is enforced by the tabooed macro and micro cultural systems of the United States today. This includes religious influence . . .
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    Thesis
    Arellano, Lilian
    The purpose of this study is to identify the barriers that prevent older Armenian-Americans aged 55 and over, who live in residential buildings, from accessing mental health services. Limited research exists on the berries older Armenian-Americans enc . . .
  • Work
    Thesis
    Bambakyan, Marine
    The purpose of this study is to identify the barriers that prevent older Armenian-Americans aged 55 and over, who live in residential buildings, from accessing mental health services. Limited research exists on the berries older Armenian-Americans enc . . .
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    Masters Thesis
    Craig, Ravin D.
    Intersectional Feminists are deeply informed by the interlocking systems and ideologies of power, privilege, and oppression foundational to both dominant U.S. social institutions and U.S. society. It is my assertion that the use of shame, blame, and s . . .
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    Thesis
    Thao, Mai Houa
    Child sexual abuse (CSA) is an issue that has occurred overtime and across all cultures. There has been more research conducted in Asian families to understand the complex factors that surround CSA in Asian families. However, there has been a lack of . . .
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    Graduate project
    Brown, Alexandria
    The experience of shame is universal, and has long been studied. However, shame experiences of cisgender (non-transgender) women who identify as having relationships primarily or exclusively with other cisgender women are not well understood. Addition . . .