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The intent of this paper is to bring more attention to the mastery involved
with film composition as an art form. The research focuses specifically on the life,
style, influences, and works of John Williams as a conductor, film composer, and
composer. It addresses his biography, filmography, and working relationships,...
The purpose of this phenomenological study is to describe how Oregon governors
Barbara Roberts and John Kitzhaber, whose tenures both coincided with the passage
and implementation of property tax limitation measures, determined the community
college budgets within their recommended state budgets. The stories of Robert’s 1993
and Kitzhaber’s 2001 decisions...
The upper drainage of the John Day River system produces summer steelhead and spring chinook salmon. The fish are generally confined to the main stem and its tributaries above Prairie City. The spawning and rearing areas are comparatively free of undesirable fish species, but salmonid smolts migrating downstream must travel...
Creative nonfiction is a genre replete with contradictions--the name itself shows that: nonfiction writing is true and factual, but creative writing is imaginative and inventive. Because of fundamental contradictions like this, there is no standardized or even most common definition of the genre. This creates confusion for both critics and...
The dynein molecule is a peculiar motor protein recognized for its unique stepping behavior. Sometimes it steps forwards. Other times it steps backwards. It has even been observed to occasionally shuffle by beginning a step with the same domain many times in row. These motions make dynein an interesting object...
Modern science was produced by a Christian society,
and although science has had an effect on Christianity, it
could not itself remain unaffected. In the second half of
the nineteenth century, the subject of evolution was as
much a religious as a scientific issue. The battle line
was drawn and...
Poet John Haines is best known for his first book of
poetry, Winter News, which was published in 1966. The book
contains poems about the Alaskan landscape that surrounded
Haines during his many years of living in Richardson,
Alaska. The recurring motifs in his poems include hunting,
trapping, the Arctic...