This thesis documents a period of ecological and cultural change on a Willamette
Valley, Oregon landscape. In particular, this study examines the Peavy Arboretum area
and the cultural changes that accompanied the transformation of the landscape from an
oak savannah in the mid-nineteenth century to a dense Douglas-fir forest in...
I offer a personal and prehistoric exploration of the concept of immanence, the principle of a divine force living, remaining, and operating within living creatures, inherent in the human, including the female; a unifying force that connects humans to each other, to nature, and to the earth. I examine the...
In this thesis, stature reconstruction of three
prehistoric/protohistoric Native American populations
(from Alaska, the Aleutian Islands, and South Dakota)
was performed using the Fully Anatomical method in order
to formulate regression equations and analyze the
ability of regression equations of other researchers to
accurately estimate the statures within my study...
In this study, I explore the ideas of doctoral level counselor
education students on spirituality using a postmodern feminist
research paradigm. I have found spirituality to be vital aspect of my
own life and have been pleased to see its importance recognized
within the counseling field.
I analyzed the data...
The purpose of this study was to: (a) determine the design features of the
physical learning environment that support and enhance collaborative, project-based
learning at the community college level; and (b) to gain an understanding of
the rationale for the selection of the features. The characteristics of the physical
Franz Boas collected anthropometric data on approximately 15,000 people
from over 200 Native American tribal groups between 1888 and 1902. Twelve
basic measurements were taken: standing height, shoulder height, height to digit
III, arm span, sitting height, shoulder width, head length and width, face height and
breadth, and nose height...