In the early s, an interest in women and their connection with the environment was sparked, largely by a book written by Esther Boserup entitled Woman's Role in Economic Development. According to the World Bank in , "Women play an essential role in the management of natural resources, including soil, water, forests and energy The gender-environment relations have valuable ramifications in regard to the understanding of nature between men and women, the management and distribution of resources and responsibilities, and the day-to-day life and well-being of people. Different discourses have shaped the way that sustainable development is approached, and as time goes on women have become more integrated into shaping these ideas. The definition of sustainable development is highly debated itself, but is defined by Highcourt as a way to "establish equity between generations" and to take into account "social, economic, and environmental needs to conserve non-renewable resources" and decrease the amount of waste produced by industrialization. Critiques for WID included its place in a larger western mindset, perpetuating a colonial and liberal discourse that was not compatible with supporting the global population of women.
"An Investigation of Elementary Teachers' Self-Perception of Burnout Wh" by Lana L. Callihan
This collection includes theses and dissertations from the University of Louisville. It is not exhaustive since most paper theses and dissertations have not been digitized. Generally, paper copies of theses and dissertations published prior to can be accessed in the University of Louisville Libraries. Identifying protective factors against overweight and obesity within the social environment of women with low incomes. An actor's process in bridging the gap between first-generation and multi-generational African-American identities. Tobacco smoke exposures and fertility-related outcomes among females seeking fertility care, and the interaction with N-Acetyltransferase 2 NAT
Essay about Concept Analysis on Self Perception
Reel or Reality? Examining the link between self-control and misconduct in a multi-agency sample of police supervisors: A test of two theories , Christopher Matthew Donner. What Propels Sexual Homicide Offenders? Assessing racial differences in offending trajectories: A life-course view of the race-crime relationship , Michael S. Power-control theory: An examination of private and public patriarchy , Jessica Nicole Mitchell.
The Internet Journal of Criminology presents Masters and first class undergraduate dissertations in the field of criminology, which are considered by the Editorial Board to be worthy of publication. The IJC will only publish undergraduate dissertations that receive a first class mark, and it should be noted that these criminology papers are NOT peer reviewed, edited or assessed for their quality. So long as the student was given a first class mark and the paper is criminological in content we will publish it, thereby offering up and coming criminologists an outlet through which to become published.