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Are you a Werewolf? : Teaching Symbolic Interaction Theory Through Game Play
In this paper, we report on the implementation of using the game Werewolf as a student-centered applied-learning activity to teach symbolic interaction theory and concepts. Engaging with symbolic interaction theory can be ...
Queer Expectations : An Empirical Critique of Rural LGBT+ Narratives. Sexualities
Much of the body of literature on LGBT+ populations within the United States place urban areas and so-called “gayborhoods” as goals and eventualities, paralleling early U.S. studies on immigration. Using a multi-stage, ...
Mental Disorders Associated with COVID-19 Related Unemployment
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, restrictions on economic activities have resulted in a sharp rise of unemployment. The purpose of this research is to explore mental disorders associated with COVID-19 related unemployment ...
Organizational Structure and the Diversification Discount: Evidence from Commercial Banking
This paper provides evidence on organizational structure, geographic diversification, and performance at bank holding companies (BHCs). First, we show that a BHC's member banks benefit from access to the parent organization's ...
Can Entrepreneurship Be Taught?
Is entrepreneurship an innate ability or an acquired skill? Can entrepreneurial acumen be achieved and enhanced through education and training, or are certain people “born” to be entrepreneurs or to act entrepreneurially? ...