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Water, Power, and Gender: Interrogating Development in the Slums of Dhaka, Bangladesh
Urban migratory trends represent one of the most significant challenges for modern international development. For, in the context of weak state capacity, urban migrants often funnel directly into slums—densely populated ...
The Effects of Vancomycin on the Structure of Cell Wall Peptidoglycan of vanB-type Vancomycin-Resistant Enterococcus faecalis by Liquid Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry
Enterococcus faecalis is a leading cause of nosocomial infections, and the clinical emergence of vancomycin-resistant E. faecalis (VRE) makes studying this bacterium increasingly urgent. This study investigates a vanB-type ...
A War of Freedoms: Addressing Modern American Rights Talk
Modern American rights claims spring from a wide array of historical, legal, and metaphysical sources, but these different sources often lead to radically different ideas about which rights are most important. This confusion ...
Waco Crime Trends, 1930 – 2013: A Comparative Study of Violent, Property, and Index Crime Rates
This thesis examines long-term trends of violent, property, and index crimes in Waco between 1930 and 2013. Data were drawn from the Uniform Crime Reports for the crime rates of Waco, the United States, Texas, three major ...
Interior Design for Assisted Living Communities
As the Baby Boomer generation retires over the next two decades, there will be a great need for a new place for them to call home that offers the opportunity for medical assistance as needed. As such, assisted living ...
Discovering Jyothi: How Changing the Way Disability Legislation is Enforced can Improve the Lives of Children with Disabilities in India
By 2025 India will overtake China as the country with the largest population in the world. The World Bank in 2007 noted that the prevalence of disability in India could be as high as 80-‐90 million individuals by that ...