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bruce 1997 thesis The disserations and theses are organized by decade. Braden, Hortense E. A classification of incidents in certain collections of African folk tales: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1926. GR999 .B798. Harris, Robert Edward. A study of narrative technique in folktales of peoples of varying culture: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1926. GR999 .H315.
Lydy, Llora Belle. Some European tales among the economic call for papers, North American Indians: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1926. GR999 .L983. Haworth, Anna Ruth. The son in writing essay plan, law test in North American Indian mythology: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1926.
GR999 .W187. Wooley, Ruth E. A comparative study of some French Canadian tales: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1926. GR999 .W913. Moder, Frances G. A study of Ojibwa art and literature: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1927. GR999 .M688. Dean, Cecelia Marcelle.
A comparative study of certain Spanish American folk tales: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1929. GR999 .D288. Jackson, Lillian Reeves. The tale of the dog husband : a comparative study of a North American Indian folk tale: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1929. GR 999 .J13. Williams, Angela M. A study of american economic association for papers, Menomini art and literature: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1930. GR999 .W722.
Winger, Bjorn. 2014? A classification of motifs in Eskimo folk literature: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1930. GR999 .W768. Economic Association 2013 For Papers? Campbell, Edith Gore. The star husband tale: a comparative study by thinking 2014 the historic geographic method: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1931. GR 999 .C187. Marjerrison, Mary Isabel. A comparative study of the origin myths of the Indians of the plains and association 2013 call for papers plateau areas: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1935. Punctuation And Paranthesis? GR999 .M344. Montgomery, Margaret Lucile.
A study of the American versions of `Barbara Allan#39;: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1935. GR999 .M788. American Economic Association For Papers? Kiefer, Emma Emily. Albert Wesselski and the folktale theories: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1938. And Paranthesis? GR999 .K47. Preston, W. D. Folklore theory and the modern Russian school: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1944. GR999 .P942.
Halpert, Herbert Norman. Folktales and legends from the New Jersey pines a collection and a study: (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1947. GR999 .H195. Roberts, Warren E. Association Call? Aarne Thompson type 480 in world tradition : a comparative folktale study: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1953. Metal Biosorption Phd Thesis? GR999 .R648. Economic 2013 Call For Papers? Noy, Dov.
Motif index of Talmudic Midrashic literature: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1954. GR999 .N949. Ikeda, Hiroko. A type and motif index of punctuation and paranthesis, Japanese folk literature: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1955.
GR999 .I26. Kirtley, Bacil Fleming. A motif index of Polynesian, Melanesian, and Micronesian narratives: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1955. 2 vols. GR 999 .K61. Campbell, Marie. Olden tales from american 2013 for papers, across the ocean waters : a collection of seventy eight European folktales recorded from the my future plan, oral tradition of six Eastern Kentucky narrators: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1956. GR999 .C189. Hagler, Margaret G. The freedom man : a novel: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1956.
GR999 .H145. Wyatt, P. J. 2013 Call? #34;I#39;m not selling anything#34; : some folklore from Kansas: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1956. GR999 .W976. Walter, Marie Louise. The folktale in d.ed assignment, George Peele#39;s The old wives#39; tale: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1957. GR999 .W233. American Economic Association? Upson, B. W. Thesis? A brief ethnographic sketch of the Chatino Indians: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1958. GR999 .U69. Clarke, Kenneth W. A motif index of the folktales of culture area V: West Africa: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1958. For Papers? Siddique, Ashraf H. Bengali riddles from oral tradition: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1959. Thesis? GR999 .S568.
Waugh, Butler Huggins. The child and the snake, Aarne Thompson 285, 672C, and related forms in economic 2013 for papers, Europe and America: a comparative folktale study: Thesis (Ph.D.), Indiana University; 1959. GR 999 .W354. Van Winkle, Elva Young. The eye juggler: a tale type study: Thesis (M.A.), Indiana University; 1959. GR 999 .V285. Thinking? Kingkaeo aynh Atthakjon. An annotated collection of folktales from Thailand: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1961. GR999 .A883. Brunvand, Jan Harold.
The taming of the shrew : a comparative study of oral and literary versions: Thesis (Ph. American Association? D.) Indiana University; 1961. GR999 .B911. Buckley, Bruce Redfern. Frankie and her men : a study of the interrelationships of popular and folk traditions: Thesis Indiana University; 1961. GR999 .B924. Hickerson, Joseph Charles. My Future? Annotated bibliography of North American Indian music north of Mexico: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1961. GR999 .H628. American Association 2013 Call For Papers? Mintz, Jerome R. The legends of the Hasidim : a study of folklore and culture: Thesis Indiana University; 1961.
GR999 .M667. Stekert, Ellen Jane. `The farmer#39;s curst wife' : a modified historic geographic study: Thesis (M.A.), Indiana University; 1961. Bauman, Richard. Folklore and oral tradition in the Fables of Robert Henryson: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1962. Carey, George Gibson. Folk motifs in writing essay, the writings of John Josselyn: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1962.
GR999 .C273. Hurst, Richard Maurice. Snakelore motifs in the writings of J. Hector St. John de Crevecoeur: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1962. GR999 .H966. Ives, Edward Dawson. The satirical song tradition in Maine and the maritime provinces of Canada, with particular reference to economic association, Larry Gorman: Thesis Indiana University; 1962. GR999 .I95. Smetzer, Barbara.
An annotated collection of Negro folktales from Harnett County, North Carolina: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1962. Punctuation And Paranthesis? GR999 .S638. Dundes, Alan. The morphology of North American Indian folktales: Thesis (Ph.D.), Indiana University; 1962. GR 999 .D914. Dovganjc, Ayhan H. Folk taste and judgment as revealed in american economic, Turkish folksongs: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1963. And Paranthesis? GR999 .D654. Islam, Mazharul. A history of English folktale collections in India and Pakistan: Thesis (Ph.
D.) Indiana University; 1963. Maranda, Elli Kongas. Finnish American folklore : quantitative and call qualitative analysis: Thesis (Ph.D) Indiana University; 1963. Montell, William Lynwood. Supernatural tales collected from Negroes and Whites in Monroe and Cumberland Counties, Kentucky: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1963.
GR999 .M776. Patterson, John Seymour. The folksong revival and some sources of the popular image of the folksinger: 1920 1963: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1963. GR999 .P317. Schmaier, Maurice D. A study of Project, Propp#39;s Morphology of folktale, with particular reference to the comparable works of Lord Raglan and Otto Rank: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1963. GR999 .S347. Sewell, Helen H. Folktales from call for papers, a Georgia family : an annotated field collection: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1963. GR 999 .S516.
Tisserand, Charles A. The ritual basis of certain Middle English Arthurian metrical romances : a folkloristic study: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1963. GR999 .T614. Ben Amos, Dan. In praise of the Besht : commentary and critical 2014 motif index: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1964. GR999 .B456. Buehler, Richard Edward. American 2013 Call? An annotated collection of contemporary obscene humor from the punctuation, Bloomington campus of Indiana University: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1964. GR999 .B928. Georges, Robert A. Greek American folk beliefs and narratives : survivals and living tradition by Robert A. Economic Association 2013 For Papers? Georges: Thesis Indiana University; 1964, . GR999 .G351.
Haque, Abu Saeed Zahurul. Bengali proverbs from oral tradition: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1964. GR999 .H253. Logsdon, Eugene H. Occupational folk beliefs in Midwest agriculture: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1964. GR999 .L832. Montell, William Lynwood. A folk history of the Coe Ridge Negro colony: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1964. GR999 .M7762. Roberts, Roderick J. Negro folklore in a Southwestern industrial school: (M.A.) Indiana University; 1964. GR999 .R646.
Rosenberg, Neil V. An annotated collection of parrot jokes: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1964. GR999 .R831. El Shamy, Hasan M. An annotated collection of Egyptian folktales collected from an Egyptian sailor in Brooklyn, New York: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1964. GR999 .S528. Smith, L. Mayne. Bluegrass music and writing my future musicians : an introductory study of a musical style in association 2013 call for papers, its cultural context: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1964.
GR999 .S654. Webb, Hilda E. Water witching and thinking other folk talents in the neighborhood of Bloomington, Indiana: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1964. GR999 .W366. Wenker, Jerome. A computational method for the analysis of Anglo American folksongs: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1964. Reuss, Richard A. An annotated field collection of songs from the American college student oral tradition: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1965. Association 2013? GR999 .R446. Selden, Sherman Ward. The legend, myth and of eden thesis code of Deganaweda and their significance to Iroquois cultural history: Thesis Indiana University; 1965. GR999 .S464.
Adams, Robert J. Raconteur and repertoire : a study of a Southern Indiana storyteller and his material: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1966. GR999 .A216. Ben Amos, Dan. Narrative forms in the Haggadah: structural analysis: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1966 . Association For Papers? GR999 .B4562. Carey, George Gibson. Folklore in punctuation, the writings of John Greenleaf Whittier: Thesis Indiana University; 1966. GR999 .C2732. Jones, Michael Owen. Traditions of a Kansas farmer: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1966. GR999 .J787. American Economic Association Call For Papers? Ogundipe, Ayodele.
An annotated collection of folktales from African (Nigeria) students in the United States: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1966. GR999 .O356. Thinking Exam 2014? Siddique, Ashraf H. Bengali folklore collections and studies during the British Period, 1800 1947; a critical survey: Thesis Indiana University; 1966. GR999 .S5682. Stampe, Sue Elizabeth. Holy wells of County Sligo: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1966. GR999 .S783. Kingkeo Atthakjon. The folk religion of Ban Nai, a hamlet in central Thailand: Thesis (Ph.
D.) Indiana University; 1967. 3 vols. American Economic For Papers? GR999 .A8832. Bernstein, Barbara S. Alfred Nutt and Celtic folklore: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1967. GR999 .B531. Fry, Gladys Marie. The night riders: a study in the social control of the Negro: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1967. GR999 .F946. Haque, Abu Saeed Zahurul. East Of Eden Thesis? Folklore in the nationalist thought and literary expression of Rabindranath Tagore: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1967.
GR999 .H2532. Ho, Ting jui. A comparative study of myths and american economic 2013 call for papers legends of Formosan aborigines: Thesis Indiana University; 1967. GR999 .H678. Metal Phd Thesis? Mohd. Taib Osman. Indigenous, Hindu, and Islamic elements in Malay folk beliefs: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1967. GR999 .M63. Mitchell, Roger E. A study of the cultural, historical, and acculturative factors influencing the repertoires of two Trukese informants: Thesis (Ph.
D.) Indiana University; 1967. GR999 .M682. American Economic Association? Paulsen, Frank M. Danish American folk traditions : a study in fading survivals: Thesis Indiana University; 1967. GR999 .P332. El Shamy, Hasan M. Folkloric behavior : a theory for thesis the study of the dynamics of traditional culture: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1967. GR999 .S5282. Upadhyaya, Hari S. American Association 2013? The joint family structure and familial relationship patterns in plan, the Bhojpuri folksongs: Thesis (Ph.
D.) Indiana University; 1967. GR999 .U654. Adams, Charles S. New Hampshire folklore: a regional collection: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1968. GR110.N4 A62. American Call? Baker, Ronald L. Folklore in the writings of Rowland E. Robinson: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1968. GR999 .B168.
Day, Jacqueline. An ethnographic report of Santiago Ixtaltepec, Oaxaca, Mexico : with special reference to folk belief concerning the causes of d.ed assignment, disease: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1968. GR999 .D274. Hoffmann, Frank A. An analytical survey of Anglo American traditional erotica: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1968. GR999 .H711. Jason, Heddy. Conflict and resolution in Jewish sacred tales: Thesis Indiana University; 1968.
GR999 .J395. Smith, Robert J. A Peruvian patronal fiesta : its components and their interrelations: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1968. GR999 .S658. Fikry, Mona.
Wa : a case study of social values and social tensions as reflected in economic 2013 for papers, the oral traditions of the Wala of northern Ghana: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1969. GR999 .F478. Gallagher, James E. Turkish marriage and betrothal customs: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1969. Biosorption Phd Thesis? GR999 .G162. Hines, Donald M. Dust devils in the great desert : a study of the association 2013 for papers, impress of the frontier in traditional anecdotes of humor and exaggeration, in folk beliefs, and in traditional speech gleaned from some old time weekly newspapers from the inland empire of the Pacific Northwest: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana Univeristy; 1969. GR999 .H662. Jones, Michael Owen. Chairmaking in Appalachia : a study in style and creative imagination in American folk art: Thesis (Ph.
D.) Indiana University; 1969. GR999 .J7872. Misra, Bhabagrahi. An evaluative study of Verrier Elwin, folklorist: Thesis (Ph.D) Indiana University; 1969. GR999 .M678. Powlison, Paul Stewart. Yagua mythology and its epic tendencies: Thesis (Ph. Punctuation? D.) Indiana University; 1969. GR999 .P889. Roth, Klaus. The clerical lover in German and Anglo American schwank ballads: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1969.
Wehse, Rainer. Schwank songs on British broadsides : a classification and compilation: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1969. GR999 .W414. Klymasz, Robert Bogdan. Ukrainian folklore in Canada : an immigrant complex in 2013 call, transition: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1970. GR999 .K668. McCulloh, Judith. #34;In the pines#34; : the melodic textual identity of an American lyric folksong cluster: Thesis Indiana University; 1970.
GR999 .M133. Murphy, Maureen O#39;Rourke. The battle of d.ed assignment, Ballinamuck : a study in american economic association, the dynamics of oral tradition: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1970. GR999 .M978. Rosenberg, Neil Vandraegen. Stereotype and d.ed assignment tradition : white folklore about economic call blacks: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1970. GR999 .R8312.
Sklute, Barbro. Legends and folk beliefs in Team Project UpdatE, a Swedish American community : a study in american 2013 call for papers, folklore and acculturation: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1970. GR999 .S629. Reuss, Richard A. American folklore and left wing politics, 1927 1957: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1971.
GR999 .R4462. Adams, Robert J. Social identity of a Japanese storyteller: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1972. Bianco, Carla Di Fazio. The two Rosetos : the folklore of an Italian American community in Northeastern Pennsylvania: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1972. GR999 .B578. Burns, Thomas A. A joke and its tellers : a study of the functional variation of a folklore item at the psychological level: Thesis (Ph.
D.) Indiana University; 1972. GR999 .B967. Danielson, Larry William. The ethnic festival and cultural revivalism in a small midwestern town: Thesis (Ph. Project? D.) Indiana University; 1972. GR999 .D186. De Caro, F. A. Folklore as an #34;historical science#34; : the american association 2013 call for papers, Anglo American viewpoint: Thesis (Ph.
D.) Indiana University; 1972. GR999 .D291. Plan? Hurreiz, Sayed Hamid A. Jahaliyyiin folktales : an interplay of African, Arabian, and Islamic elements: Thesis (Ph. American Association 2013? D.) Indiana University; 1972. GR999 .H965. Kirshenblatt Gimblett, Barbara. Traditional storytelling in the Toronto Jewish community; a study in performance and creativity in an immigrant culture: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1972. GR999 .K598. Schmaier, Maurice D. The syntagmatic paradigmatic morphology of metal phd thesis, folktales : an economic 2013 call for papers integrative study: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1972. GR999 .S3472.
Adams, Charles S. The dimensions of folklore in Team, the writing of Nathaniel Hawthorne: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1973. GR999 .A2122. Fish, Lydia M. The folklore of the coal miners of the northeast of England: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1973.
GR999 .F532. Green, Rayna Diane. The only good Indian : the image of the economic association call for papers, Indian in American vernacular culture: Thesis (Ph.D) Indiana University; 1973. GR999 .G797. Yuan, Chang Rue. D.ed Assignment? Folklore and values among the Nan ao Atayal, Formosa: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1973. GR999 .J913. Medeiros, Maria E. American Economic Association Call? S. de.
Morfologia e tradikcao na orakcao curativa em Sao Mateus: Thesis (M.A) Indiana University; 1973. Thigpen, Kenneth A. Folklore and d.ed assignment the ethnicity factor in the lives of Romanian Americans: Thesis (Ph.D.), Indiana University; 1973. American Economic Association? 2 vols. GR 999 .T439. Clements, William M. The American folk church : a characterization of American folk religion based on field research among white Protestants in a community in the South Central United States: Thesis Indiana University; 1974. GR999 .C626.
O#39;Renick, Lola Winn. Development of semantic referent in punctuation, Kabuki musical instruments: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1974. GR999 .O665. Oring, Elliott. Ha chizbat : the content and structure of an Israeli oral tradition: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1974. GR999 .O696. Ortiz, Norma. The fiesta patronal of Santiago Apostol in Loiza Aldea : its history, legend, organization and economic 2013 call for papers musical occasions: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1974.
GR999 .O775. Roberts, Roderick Joseph. #34;The Powers boys,#34; an historical legend : its formation and critical exam function: Thesis Indiana University; 1974. American Economic 2013 Call For Papers? GR999 .R6462. Wiggins, William H. #34;Free at last#34; : a study of Afro American Emancipation Day celebrations: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1974. GR999 .W655. Wilson, William Albert. Folklore and nationalism in modern Finland: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1974.
GR999 .W754. Abdulkadir, Dandatti. The role of an oral singer in Hausa Fulani society : a case study of Mamman Shata: Thesis Indiana University; 1975. GR999 .A136. Blaustein, Richard Jason. Traditional music and social change : the Old Time Fiddlers Association movement in the United States: Thesis Indiana University; 1975. GR999 .B645. Brito, Silvester J. The development and change of the Peyote ceremony through time and space: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1975. Thinking 2014? GR999 .B862. Carpenter, Inta Gale.
Repertoire of Janis Plavnieks, a Latvian storyteller / by Inta Gale Carpenter: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1975. GR999 .C296. Fane, Hannah. The shifting balance of male and female in Judaism: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1975. GR 999 .F212. Jahner, Elaine. Spatial categories in Sioux folk narrative: Thesis Indiana University; 1975. GR999 .J255.
Jordan, Rosan Augusta. The folklore and ethnic identity of a Mexican American woman : a dissertation: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1975. American Economic Association 2013 Call? GR999 .J825. Phd Thesis? Lankford, George Emerson, III. The tree and call the frog : an exploration in stratigaraphic folklore: Thesis (PhD) Indiana University; 1975. Of Eden Essay Thesis? GR999 .L289. Lapai, Suzan. Rawang migration routes and oral tradition: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1975.
GR999 .L299. Lombardi, Betty Ritch. Folklore in Thomas Hardy#39;s Wessex novels: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1975. GR999 .L842. Lunt, C. Richard K. 2013? Lobsterboat building on the eastern coast of Maine : a comparative study: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1975.
GR999 .L964. Messenger, Betty. Folklore of the and paranthesis, Northern Irish linen industry, 1900 1935: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1975. GR999.M584. American 2013 Call For Papers? Milspaw, Yvonne J. An analysis of folklore theories as applied to Great Basin Indian oral narratives: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1975. GR999 .M662.
Nadim, Asaad. Testing cybernetics in Khan el Khalili : a study of arabesque carpenters: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1975. GR999 .N136. Robertson DeCarbo, Carol E. Tayil : musical communication and critical exam 2014 social organization among the Mapuche of Argentina: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1975. GR999 .R652. American Economic Association 2013 Call For Papers? Stahl, Sandra Kay Dolby.
The personal narrative as a folklore genre: Thesis Indiana University; 1975. GR999 .S781. Stone, Kay Francis. Punctuation? Romantic heroines in economic association, Anglo American folk and popular literature: Thesis Indiana University; 1975. GR999 .S878.
Vlach, John Michael. Sources of the shotgun house : African and Caribbean antecedents for Afro American architecture: Thesis Indiana University; 1975. GR999 .V865. Von Ballmoos, Agnes Nebo. The role of folksongs in Liberian society: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1975. GR999 .V945. Webb, Hilda.
Cincinnati newspapers as a source of folklore themes, 1805 1840: Thesis Indiana University; 1975. Punctuation And Paranthesis? GR999 .W3662. Baghban, Hafizullah. The context and concept of humor in Magadi theater: Thesis Indiana University; c1976. GR999 .B145. Cunningham, Keith Kermit. A study of the Southern folk song style area sweetheart murder ballad : the search for an oicoclass: Thesis Indiana University; 1976.
GR999 .C973. Gopalan, Gopalan V. A pioneering folklorist, Jhaverchand Kalidas Meghani (1896 1947) of Saurashtra, Gujarat, India : a study of his folklore collections, techniques, and theories: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1976. GR999 .G659. Grider, Sylvia Ann. The supernatural narratives of children: Thesis (PhD), Indiana University; 1976. GR999 .G847.
Ivey, Saundra Keyes. Oral, printed, and popular culture traditions related to the Melungeons of Hancock County, Tennessee: Thesis Indiana University; 1976. GR999 .I956. Kauffman, Christopher P. Variation in the music, song texts and instrumentation of the papa aysay ceremony in Chinchero, an indigenous highland community in association 2013 call for papers, southern Peru: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1976.
GR999 .K214. Lightfoot, William E. Folklore of the Big Sandy Valley of eastern Kentucky: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1976. GR999 .L724. Marshall, Howard Wight. The concept of folk region in Missouri : the case of Little Dixie: Thesis Indiana University; 1976. GR999 .M368. Mitchell, Carol Ann. The differences between male and punctuation female joke telling as exemplified in a college community: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1976.
GR999 .M681. [Photocopy of economic association 2013, typescript Ann Arbor, Mich]. Nickerson, Bruce E. Industrial lore : a study of an urban factory: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1976. GR999 .N632. O#39;Connell, Patricia Ann. Bandi oral narratives: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1976. GR999 .O186. Peek, Philip M. An ethnohistorical study of Isoko religious traditions: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1976. GR999 .P374. Smith, Ronald Richard.
The society of Los Congos of Panama : an ethnological study of the music and dance theater of an Afro Panamanian group: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1976. GR999 S659. Punctuation And Paranthesis? Sweterlitsch, Richard. Kinnie Wagner, a popular legendary hero and his #34;constituency#34;: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1976. GR999 .S975. Ajuwon, Bade. The Yoruba hunters#39; funeral dirges: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1977.
GR999 .A312. Ancelet, Barry Jean. #34;Je su#39;s surement pas ein conteur de contes, mais #34; : oral literature of French Louisiana: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1977. GR999 .A539. Blache, Martha. Structural analysis of Guarani : memorates and anecdotes: Thesis Indiana University; 1977. GR 999 .B627.
Gutowski, John A. American folklore and the modern American community festival : a case study of Turtle Days in association, Churubusco, Indiana: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1977. GR999 .G984. Henshaw, Jan Elizabeth. The Hardanger fiddle: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1977. East Essay? GR 999 .H526.
Langlois, Janet L. Economic Association 2013 Call? Belle Gunness, the Lady Bluebeard ; community legend as metaphor: Thesis Indiana University; 1977. GR 999 .L284. Leary, James P. The boys from the dome : folklore of a modern American male group: Thesis Indiana University; 1977. GR 999 .L438. MacLaughlin, Elizabeth Jean Mayo. Peru#39;s urban migrant children learn folktales : developmental acquisition of narrative skill in a Quechua migrant squatter settlement in Arequipa: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1977. GR999 .M162. Norman, Howard Allan. The Cree personal name: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1977. GR 999 .N842.
Pearson, Barry Lee. Essay My Future? The life story of the blues musician : an analysis of the traditions of oral self portrayal: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1977. GR999 .P362. Russell, Louise. Legendary narratives inherited by children of Mexican American ancestry: Thesis Indiana University; 1977. GR 999 .R964.
Sherman, Sharon Rochelle. The folkloric film : the relevance of film for economic association 2013 call for papers understanding folkloric events: Thesis Indiana University; 1977. GR 999 .S553. East? Stern, Stephen. The Sephardic Jewish community of american association 2013, Los Angeles : a study in folklore and ethnic identity: Thesis Indiana University; 1977. GR999 .S839.
Tucker, Elizabeth Godfrey. Tradition and creativity in the storytelling of pre adolescent girls: Thesis Indiana University; 1977. GR 999 .T892. Team Project? Twining, Mary Arnold. An examination of African retentions in the folk culture of the South Carolina and Georgia Sea Islands: Thesis Indiana University; 1977. GR999 .T973.
Ware, Kenneth LeRoi. The Parry Lord oral formulaic theory applied to the Afro American jazz tradition: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1977. GR 999 .W269. Bichi, Abdu Yahya. An annotated collection of american economic 2013 for papers, Hausa folktales from Nigeria: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1978. GR 999 .B583. Writing My Future Plan? Blakely, Pamela A. R. American Economic 2013 Call? Material culture in a Hemba village: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1978. GR 999 .B637. Brempong, Owusu.
Attacking deviation from the norm : insults in Bono Ghana: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1978. Writing Essay My Future Plan? GR 999 .B836. Collins, Camilla A. American Economic Association 2013 Call For Papers? Twenty four to a dozen : occupational folklore in a hosiery mill: Thesis Indiana University; 1978. GR 999 .C713. Johnson, John William. The epic of Sun jata : an attempt to define the model for African epic poetry: Thesis Indiana University; 1978. GR999 .J689. McCarthy, Willam Bernard.
Creativity, tradition and history: the ballad repertoire of Agnes Lyle of Kilbarchan: Thesis Indiana University; 1978. GR 999 .M123. Ogundipe, Ayodele. Esu Elegbara, the Yoruba god of chance and east of eden uncertainty : a study in american, Yoruba mythology: Thesis Indiana University; 1978. Metal Biosorption Phd Thesis? GR 999 .03562. Haseltine, Patricia L. Folk enactments in Taiwanese local opera: Thesis (Ph.D.), Indiana University; 1978. GR 999 .H347. Warner, Kathleen C. Association Call? The quasi prehistorical validity of Western Numic (Paviotso) oral tradition: Thesis Indiana University; 1978. Critical Thinking? GR 999 .W282.
Wenker, Jerome. A computer aided analysis of Anglo Canadian folktunes: Thesis Indiana University; 1978. GR 999 .W4752. Wrigglesworth, Hazel J. Folk rhetoric in the narration of Ilianen Manobo folktales: Thesis Indiana University; 1978. GR 999 .W947. American Economic Association 2013 Call For Papers? Adler, Thomas A. Phd Thesis? The acquisition of a traditional competence: folk musical and folk cultural learning among bluegrass banjo players: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1979. GR999 .A237.
Bird, Donald Allport. American Economic Association For Papers? Rumor as folklore ; an interpretation and and paranthesis inventory: Thesis Indiana University; 1979. GR 999 .B618. American Association Call For Papers? Manley, Kathleen E. B. Literary criticism and the oral narrative: Thesis Indiana Uiversity; 1979. GR 999 .M279. MacDonald, Margaret Read. An analysis of children#39;s folktale collections with an accompanying motif index of juvenile folktale collections: Thesis (Ph.D.), Indiana University; 1979. 2 vols. East Essay Thesis? ZZ 1 .M135. Stone, Ruth M. Communication and interaction processes in association 2013 for papers, music events among the Kpelle of Liberia: Thesis Indiana University; 1979. GR 999 .S882.
Wachs, Eleanor F. The code of survival : the crime victim narrative within an urban context: Thesis Indiana University; 1979. GR 999 .W114. Warshaver, Gerald E. Psycho geographic traditions of city folk in the 1890#39;s as revealed in writings of Mariana Van Rensselaer, H. C. Bunner, and Stephen Crane: Thesis Indiana University; 1979. Metal Biosorption? GR 999 .W296. Beatty, Roger Dean. A social, linguistic and folkloristic analysis of the folk speech in citizens band (CB) radio discourse: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1980. GR 999 .B369.
Bell, Michael Edward. American Economic Association Call For Papers? Pattern, structure, and writing my future logic in Afro American hoodoo performance: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1980. Economic Association 2013 Call For Papers? GR 999 .B434. Biebuyck, Brunhilde. Team UpdatE? Nkundo Mongo tales : analysis of association, form and content: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1980. GR 999 .B586. Burnim, Mellonee V. The black gospel music tradition: symbol of ethnicity: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1980. Metal? GR 999 .B958. Cooper, Susan L. Traditional forms of american economic 2013 for papers, entertainment in nineteenth century Carlisle: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1980. GR 999 .C778.
Edwards, Carol L. The oral formulaic theory as a poetics of process : the reversal of good fortune and essay Beor drinker in the hall themes in Anglo Saxon poetry: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1980. GR 999 .E265. Kash, Graham S. Humorous folk ballads in America: themes and techniques: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1980. GR 999 .K195. Lindahl, Carl. Economic 2013 Call? Chaucer the storyteller : folkloric patterns in the Canterbury Tales: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1980.
GR 999 .L742. Loomis, Ormond. Critical Exam? Tradition and american association 2013 call for papers the individual farmer: a study of folk agricultural practices in Southern Central Indiana: Thesis Indiana University; 1980. GR 999 .L863. Writing Essay? McNeil, William K. A history of American folklore scholarship before 1908: Thesis (Ph.D) Indiana University; 1980. GR 999 .M169. Martin, Charles E. Hollybush: the eclipse of the traditional building system in a mountain community, an architectural and oral historical study: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1980. American 2013? GR 999 .M382. Samper de Carrillo, Ana Maria. Lo racial, social y politico en las coplas populares Colombianas: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1980.
GR999 .S192. Shoupe, Catherine Ann. A comparative genre analysis of folk tradition in North Fife, Scotland: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1980. GR999 .S559. Swenson, Greta E. Family identity and transmissions in a mobile society: a case study of the Swenson family reunion: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1980. GR 999 .S973. Ahyoung, Selwyn E. Soca fever : change in thinking exam, the Calypso music tradition of american economic 2013, Trinidad and critical 2014 Tobago, 1970 1980: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1981.
GR999 .A287. Bronner, Simon J. Chain carvers in Southern Indiana : a behavioristic study in american 2013 call for papers, material culture: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1981. GR999 .B869. Denby, Priscilla. The self discovered : the car in American folklore and biosorption literature: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1981. GR999 .D392. Fogal, Robert Edwin. Traditional music and the middle class : a case study of economic call for papers, Mercedes, Province of Buenos Aires, Argentina: Thesis (Ph.
D.) Indiana University; 1981. D.ed Assignment? GR999 .F655. Gilmore, Janet Crofton. Traditions in the maintenance and american economic 2013 call for papers repair of the commercial fishing vessels of Charleston, Oregon: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1981.
GR999 .G488. Goldberg, Christine. Turandot's sisters : a folktale study: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1981. GR999 .G618. Hasse, John Edward. The creation and dissemination of Indianapolis ragtime, 1897 1930: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1981. GR999 .H354. Mohammed Khalid Taib Haji. Sastera Sejarah in Team UpdatE, the Malay world : a structural and contextual study of american economic 2013, folkloristic elements in a transitional genre: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1981.
GR999 .M697. Polemitou, Olga A. Tradition and economics in Team Project UpdatE, village crafts : the Lefkara lace making and silversmithing traditions: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1981. GR999 .P764. Reily, Suzel Ana.
Music acquisition in a social context : a case study of American pre school children: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1981. GR999 .R362. Stitt, J. Michael. 2013 Call For Papers? The development of writing essay my future plan, AT 301 in the Northern Germanic area: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1981. GR999 .S862. Adler, Elizabeth Mosby. Folk antiques and modern American culture : the Indiana pie safe: Thesis (Ph. 2013 Call For Papers? D.) Indiana University; 1982.
GR999 .A234. Bullard, Thomas E. Mysteries in the eye of the beholder : UFOs and their correlates as a folkloric theme past and present: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1982. GR999 .B935. Card, Caroline. Tuareg music and social identity: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1982.
GR999 .C266. Cashion, Gerald A. Hunters of the Mande: a behavioral code and worldview derived from the study of their folklore: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1982. GR999 .C339. Childs, Barry E. The mark of the arcane machine : technology considered as modifier, catalyst, and imitator of folklore in metal biosorption, a modern American setting: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1982. GR999 .C537.
Friedman, Robert A. American Call For Papers? Making an abstract world concrete : knowledge, competence and structural dimensions of performance among Bata drummers in Santeria: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1982. GR999 .F912. Kulii, Elon Ali. A look at hoodoo in three urban areas of Indiana : folklore and change: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1982. Biosorption Phd Thesis? GR999 .K965. Lawless, Elaine J. Women's speech in the pentecostal religious service : an ethnography: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1982. GR999 .L418.
Nusbaum, Philip. Making sense : the creative formulation of everyday conversation: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1982. GR 999 .N975. Otake, Emiko. Shamanism studies in Japan: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1982. GR999 .O782.
Rifahi, Hessa Sayyed Zaid. Al Nehmah Wal Nahh am: a structural, functional, musical and aesthetic study of Kuwaiti sea songs: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1982. GR999 .R564. Seitz, Barbara Joan. Llaquichina songs of the sacha huarmi (jungle woman) and their role in association 2013 for papers, transformational communication events in the Ecuadorian Oriente: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1982. GR999 .S462. Singer, Roberta L. Punctuation And Paranthesis? My music is who I am and what I do : Latin popular music and identity in economic 2013 call, New York City: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1982.
GR999 .S617. Siporin, Steve. Continuity and innovation in the Jewish festivals in Venice, Italy: Thesis (Ph. Exam 2014? D.) Indiana Universty; 1982. GR999 .S6195. Voorheis, Peter. Economic For Papers? The perception of Asiatic nomads in medieval Russia : folklore, history and historiography: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1982. GR999 .V9524.
Abdelsalam, Sharafeddin E. A study of contemporary Sudanese Muslim saints' legends in sociocultural contexts: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1983. GR999 .A133. Anyidoho, Kofi. Death and burial of the dead : a study of Ewe funeral folklore: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1983. GR999 .A673. Metal? Fanelli, Doris Devine.
Stone men : Indiana limestone craftsmen as folk artists: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1983. Call For Papers? GR999 .F216. Harrison, Phyllis A. Community, business and play : the country sale as symbolic interaction: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1983. GR999 .H323.
Lund, Jens. D.ed Assignment? Fishing as a folk occupation in the lower Ohio Valley: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1983. GR999 .L962. March, Richard. The tamburitza tradition: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1983. Economic 2013 For Papers? GR999 .M315. East Of Eden Thesis? Matthews, Gail V. S. Cutting a dido : a dancer's eye view of mountain dance in association call for papers, Haywood County, N.C: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1983. GR999 .M442.
Moore, Willard B. Critical Thinking? The spiritual Christian Molokans in american economic association 2013, the United States : a cognitive analysis of metaphors and ssymbols: Thesis (Ph. Essay? D.) Indiana University; 1983. GR999 .M825. Penti, Marsha Elizabeth. The role of ethnic folklore among Finnish American returnees: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1983.
GR999 .P419. Wexer, Laurence Bennett. The diatonic harmonica : an American medium of expression: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1983. GR999 .W545. Abodunde, Titus Odunlade.
The narrative art of two Yoruba raconteurs: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1984. GR999 .A155. Archbold, Annelen R. Broommaking and dollmaking in southcentral Kentucky : two women folk craftpersons in a generational perspective: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1984. GR999 .A679. American Economic? Avery, Thomas L. Structure and strategy in Azorean Canadian song duels: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1984.
GR999 .A954. Caceres, Abraham D. Biosorption? In xochitl, in cuicatl : hallucinogens and association 2013 call music in Mesoamerican Amerindian thought: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1984. GR 999 .C118. Carter, Thomas Robert. Essay? Building Zion : folk architecture in the Mormon settlements of Utah's Sanpete Valley, 1849 1890: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1984. GR999 .C325.
Chen, Min hwei. A study of legend changes in the Ma Tsu cult of Taiwan : status, competition, and popularity: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1984. GR 999 .C518. Cogswell, Robert Gireud. Jokes in blackface : a discographic folklore study: Thesis (Ph. American Economic Association For Papers? D.) Indiana University; 1984.
GR999 .C677. Goodwin, Joseph P. More man than you'll ever be : gay folklore and acculturation: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1984. GR999 .G657. Harrah Conforth, Bruce Michael. Laughing just to keep from east of eden essay, crying : Afro American folksong the field recordings of Lawrence Gellert: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1984. GR 999 .H296. American Economic? Lee, Dorothy Sara. Music performances and the negotiation of identity in Eastern Viti Levu, Fiji: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1984.
GR999 .L478. Roller, Peter. Metal Phd Thesis? I play my own style and I play it on the mandolin : Yank Rachell carrying on economic association 2013 call an individualistic blues heritage: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1984. GR999 .R749. Webster, Sheila K. The shadow of a noble man : honor and east of eden shame in economic 2013 call, Arabic proverbs: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1984. GR999 .W382. Attebery, Jennifer Eastman. The diffusion of folk culture as demonstrated in the horiziontal timber construction of the Snake River Basin: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1985.
GR999 .A885. Benzoor, Nina. Music, musical instruments and of eden essay thesis attitudes as reflected in Iraqi Jewish folk narratives: Thesis (M. A.) Indiana University; 1985. GR 999 .B479. Brady, Erika. The box that got the flourishes : the cylinder phonograph in folklore fieldwork, 1890 1937: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1985. GR999 .B812.
Haskell, Guy H. The Jews of Bulgaria in Israel : components of identity: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1985. GR 999 .H349. Seward, Adrienne Lanier. Early Black film and folk tradition : an interpretive analysis of the use of folklore in selected all Black cast feature films: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1985. GR 999 .S514.
Stanton, Gary Ward. Brought, borrowed, or bought : sources and utilization patterns of the material culture of German immigrants in Southeastern Indiana, 1833 1860: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1985. American Economic Association 2013 Call For Papers? GR999 .S794. Tuley Welch, Linda. Cordwainer, cooper, smith : vestiges of the old traditional way of life in the living history setting: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1985.
GR999 .T269. Williams, John R. Appalachian migrants in Cincinnati, Ohio : the role of folklore in phd thesis, the reinforcement of ethnic identity: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1985. GR 999 .W724. Williams, Mervyn Russell. American 2013? Song from valley to mountain : music and ritual among the Spiritual Baptists (Shouters) of thinking 2014, Trinidad: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1985. GR 999 .W728.
Yankah, Kwesi. The proverb in the context of Akan rhetoric: Thesis (Ph. American 2013 For Papers? D.) Indiana University; 1985. GR 999 .Y215. D.ed Assignment? Alexander, Martha Lee. Stoughton, Wisconsin's Syttende Mai celebration : the dynamic of american economic 2013 call for papers, a small town American festival: Thesis (Ph.
D.) Indiana University; 1986. GR 999 .A374. Avorgbedor, Daniel Kodzo. Modes of musical continuity among the metal phd thesis, Anlo Ewe of american 2013, Accra : a study in urban ethnomusicology: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1986. GR 999 .A962. Brempong, Owusu.
Akan highlife in Ghana : songs of of eden thesis, cultural transition: Thesis (Ph. American 2013 Call? D.) Indiana University; 1986. GR 999 .B8362. Bucuvalas, Tina. Continuity and change in a traditional craft : hammockmaking among the Zapotec in writing my future, Juchitan, Oaxaca, Mexico: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1986.
GR 999 .B926. Cochrane, Timothy. A folk biography of an United States Forest Service Ranger, westerner, and artist, A.G. American Association 2013 Call For Papers? Clayton: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1986. GR 999 .C663. Ansari, Mohammed S. A folk connection: the folklore movement in English literature of India: Thesis (Ph.D.), Indiana University; 1986. GR 999 .A617. Kloberdanz, Timothy J. Cross makers, German Russian folk specialists of the Great Plains: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1986.
GR 999 .K664. Lipson Walker, Carolyn. Shalom y'all : the phd thesis, folklore and economic call culture of Project UpdatE, Southern Jews: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1986. American Association? GR 999 .L767. Montenyohl, Eric L. Andrew Lang and the fairy tale: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1986. GR 999 .M777.
Mordoh, Alice Morrison. Punctuation And Paranthesis? Portrait of a lost community : a folklife study of the Salt Creek Valley of south Central Indiana and call for papers the effects of community displacement following formation of the Monroe Reservoir: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1986. GR 999 .M834. Narvaez, Peter. The protest songs of a labor union on strike against an American corporation in a Newfoundland company town : a folkloristic analysis with special references to oral folk history: Thesis (Ph.
D.) Indiana University; 1986. GR 999 .N238. Rikoon, J. Sanford. From flail to combine : folk culture and technological change in the rural Midwest: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1986. GR 999 .R575. Sommers, Laurie Kay. Alegria in the streets : Latino cultural performance in San Francisco: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1986.
GR 999 .S697. Stevens, Mary L. Women's work : traditional quiltmakers of Southern Indiana: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1986. GR999 .S845. Bendix, Regina. Writing Plan? Playing William Tell : lay actors and their associations in two Swiss communities: Thesis (Ph.
D.) Indiana University; 1987. GR 999 .B465. Choi, Chungmoo. The competence of Korean shamans as performers of folklore: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1987. GR 999 .C546. Erdener, Yildiray. Dueling singers : strategies and american economic association interaction processes among Turkish minstrels: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1987. GR 999 .E665.
Gibson, Gloria J. Phd Thesis? The cultural significance of american call for papers, music to the black independent filmmaker: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1987. GR 999 .G449. And Paranthesis? Henken, Elissa R. Association Call For Papers? The development of Team UpdatE, a national redeemer in economic call, Welsh folklore, literature, and history as seen in the character of Owain Glyndwr: Thesis (Ph. D) Indiana University; 1987.
GR 999 .H512. Ibrahim, AbdAllah Ali. Assaulting with words : the sociopoetics of the Rubatab evil eye metaphors: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1987. Team? GR 999 .I1148. Tebbetts, Diane Ott. Transmission of folklife patterns in american 2013, two rural Arkansas ethnic groups : the Germans and Italians in Perry County: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1987.
GR 999 .T254. Timpunza Mvula, Enoch S. Women's oral poetry as a social strategy in Malawi: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1987. GR 999 .T586. Anderson, Richard W. Team Project UpdatE? Taiken : personal narratives and Japanese new religions: (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1988. Association Call? GR 999 .A569. Bealle, John. Writing My Future Plan? American folklore revival : a study of an old time music and association 2013 call for papers dance community: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1988. GR 999 .B366.
Carpenter, Inta Gale. Being Latvian in exile : folklore as ideology: Thesis (Ph. Essay? D.) Indiana University; 1988. GR 999 .C2965. Domowitz, Susan. American For Papers? An ethnography of storytelling in any two Anyi communities (Ivory Coast): Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1988.
GR 999 .D673. Gammerdinger, Harry. The use of d.ed assignment, film and videotape to document and present folklore: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1988. GR 999 .G193. Jackson, Joyce Marie. The performing black sacred quartet : an association 2013 expression of my future plan, cultural values and aesthetics: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1988.
GR 999 .J127. Koske, Mary. American Economic Association Call? Finnish and American adolescent fantasy and humor : an analysis of personal and social folklore in metal biosorption phd thesis, educational contexts: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1988. GR 999 .K865.
Magliocco, Sabina. The two Madonnas : festivals and american economic 2013 call for papers change in a Sardinian community: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1988. GR 999 .M195. Ngole, Jean Pierre. Bargaining strategies as performance : an ethnographic and sociolinguistic study of metal, women fishsellers in Congo: Thesis (Ph. American Economic Association For Papers? D.) Indiana University; 1988. D.ed Assignment? GR 999 .N576. Smidchens, Guntis. Economic Association Call For Papers? Life stories of four Chicago Latvians: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1988.
GR 999 .S642. Steiner, Margaret L. Aesthetic and social dynamics in the folksong tradition of a northern Irish community: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1988. GR 999 .S819. Tuohy, Sue. Imagining the d.ed assignment, Chinese tradition : the economic 2013 call for papers, case of Hua'er songs, festivals and scholarship: Thesis (Ph.
D.) Indiana University; 1988. GR 999 .T898. Yang, Jongsung. Madangguk : the rejuvenation of mask dance drama festivals as sources of social criticism: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1988. GR 999 .Y212. Punctuation And Paranthesis? Belanus, Betty J. Evaluating public sector folklore : the Tennessee State Parks Folklife Project: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1989. GR 999 .B426.
Rahkonen, Carl John. American Economic Association 2013? The Kantele traditions of Finland: Thesis (PhD), Indiana University; 1989. GR999 .R147. Galvin, Sean. The many faces of satiric ballads in the Faroe Islands : identity formation, national pride and charter for everyday life: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1989.
GR999 .G182. Jones, Frank B. Psalms in black : a study of black prayer in three diverse contexts: Thesis (Ph. Exam? D.) Indiana University; 1989. GR 999 .J785. McArthur, Phillip Henry.
Marshallese popular songs : framing and indexing modernization and change in inter gender relationships: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1989. GR999 .M116. Matthews, Gail V. S. Association 2013? Looking at life funny : reflexivity in American ventriloquism: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1989. GR999 .M425. Giray Saul, Eren. Jula oral narratives in Bobo Dioulasso: continuity, re creation, and transcultural communication (Burkina Faso): Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1989. Biosorption? GR999 .G523. Zeff, Robbin Lee. Not in my backyard/not in anyone's backyard : a folkloristic examination of the American grassroots movement for environmental justice: Thesis (Ph.
D.) Indiana University; 1989. GR999 .Z435. Everts, Dana L. American Association 2013 Call For Papers? Women are flowers : the exploration of east thesis, a dominant metaphor in Isthmus Zapotec expressive culture: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1990. GR999 .E937.
Harrah Conforth, Bruce Michael. The rise and fall of a modern folk community : Haight Ashbury, 1965 1967: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1990. GR999 .H2965. McEntire, Nancy Cassell. Sitting out the winter in the Orkney Islands: folksong acquisition in Northern Scotland: Thesis (Ph. 2013? D.) Indiana University; 1990.
GR999 .M1415. Figgen, Kathleen L. Team? Miracles and promises: popular religious cults and saints in Argentina: Thesis (Ph.D.), Indiana University; 1990. GR999 .F4715. Osman, Mohhammed. In praise of the Prophet : the performance and thematic composition of the Sudanese religious oral poetry: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1990. GR999 .O778.
Peterson, Elizabeth E. American Economic Association 2013? Trickster and trader : portrait of an Team Project Afro American entrepreneur: Thesis (Ph. D.) Indiana University; 1990. GR999 .P485. 2013? Norkunas, Martha K. Tourism, history, and ethnicity: the d.ed assignment, politics of association 2013, public culture in Monterey, California: Thesis (PhD) Indiana University; 1990. GR 999 .N839. Takahara, Takashi.
The image of the d.ed assignment, city in Bloomington, Indiana: Thesis (M.A.); 1990. GR999 .T136. Economic Association Call? Abokor, Ahmed Ali. Somali pastoral work songs: the poetic voice of the politically powerless: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1990. Metal Phd Thesis? GR999 .A1558. Turner, Rory P. B. American Association 2013? Sociability, metaphor, and time warps in the experience of Civil War reenactments: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1990. GR999 .T952. Young, Patricia Mastick.
Single pen log and board batten cabins built in the mountains of Southern California: a study in the development of a California building tradition: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1991. 2 vols. GR 999 .Y756. Critical? Largey, Michael D. American Association? Musical ethnography in critical thinking, Haiti: a study of elite hegemony and musical composition: Thesis (Ph.D.); 1991. xii, 224 p. American 2013 For Papers? GR999 .L322. Pimple, Kenneth D. Speech and moral character: a study of selected preachers in nineteenth century American literature: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1991. 215 pp. GR999 .P6445. Zygas Egle Victioria. Personality and repertoire: The Russian school of folklorists: Thesis (Ph.D) Indiana University; 1991. Team? GR 999 .Z994.
Poyser, Stephen P. Days gone by: a folklife, history and oral history study of Bay Springs, Mississippi: Thesis (PhD) Indiana University; 1991. GR 999 .P8925. Ntsihlele, Flora M. Women's Work Songs as an Expressive Medium in Lesotho: Thesis (PhD) Indiana University; 1991. GR999.N962. Laude, Jan. Folklore as an instrument of stigma; folklore as an instrument of liberation: the 2013 for papers, case of lesbian coding: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1991. Critical Thinking Exam? GR999.L368. Keyes, Cheryl Lynette. For Papers? Rappin to east of eden thesis, the beat: rap music as street culture among African Americans: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1991. 238 p. GR 999 .K4455.
Berger, Harris. Armloads of crystals: a general theory of music and emotion: Indiana University Thesis (M.A.); 1991. GR999 .B496. Breitag, Linda Clare. Authenticty and association call La Bottine Souirante: Quebecois music as living tradition: Indiana University Thesis (M.A.); 1991. GR999 .B835. Robb, Karyl A. Museums and nation building the role in punctuation and paranthesis, the national development of Costa Rica a contribution to the study of culture and development: Thesis (Ph.D) Indiana University; 1992; cc.2.
GR 999 .R32 c.2. Wolford, John Brenton. American Association 2013? The south union, Kentucky, Shakers and tradition: a study of business,work and commerce: Thesis (Ph.D) Indiana University; 1992. GR 999 .W859. Punctuation? Harrah Conforth, Jeanne. The Landscape of Possibility: An Ethnography of the Kentucky Derby: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1992. GR 999 .H297. Njoku, J. Akuma Kalu.
Nature and organizing pronciples of African music in american economic association for papers, the emergence of d.ed assignment, Shona Catholic mass music in Zimbabwe: Thesis (Ph.D) Indiana University; 1992. GR 999 .N738. Smith, Moira Lorraine. The Ritual Humor of Students: Capping at Victoria University, 1902 1988: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1992. GR999 .S655. Harris, Laura Arnston. The Play of economic, Ambiguity in Praise song Performance: a Definition of the Genre Through an Examination of Its Practice in Northern Sierra Leone: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1992. UpdatE? GR999 .H314. Dart, Mary McNab. Contra dance choreography: a reflection of social change: Thesis (PhD) Indiana University; 1992. GR999 .D226.
Cobanoglu, Ozkul. The relationships between oral forms of folklore and mediated performance in the cult of Cakici Mehmet Efe.: Indiana University; 1992. GR999 .C652. Fales, Cornelia W. Auditory Illusion and Cognitive Patterns in Whispered Inanga of Burundi: Indiana University; 1992. xvii, 206. GR 999 .F187. Freedman, Jean Rose. With child: illegitimate pregnancy in Scottish tradtional ballads.: Indiana University Thesis (M.A.); 1992.
GR999 .F853. Fromm, Anette. American Economic Association? We are few: folklore and athnic identity of the Jewish community of Ioannina, Greece.: Indiana University Thesis (Ph.D.); 1992. GR999 .F932. Guinee, William. Suffering and healing in Trinidadian Kali worship: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1992. GR999 .G964. Mahmud, Firoz. Prospects of material folk culture studies and folklife museums in Bangladesh: Thesis Indiana University; 1992.
GR999 .M215. Mason, Michael Atwood. The blood that runs in the veins: experience and performance in Cuban American Sateria seashell divination.: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1992. GR999 .M412. Ridlen, Susanne S. Tree stump tombstones: the influence of traditional cultural values on rustic funerary art in Indiana in Team, the 1890's. Thesis (Ph.D) Indiana University.; 1992. GR999.R545. Tyler, Paul L. Sets on the floor: socaila dance as an amblem of community in rural Indiana: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1992. GR999 .T983. American Call For Papers? Anderson, M. Dale. The practical joke in a Kansas ranch fraternity.
Bloomington: Indiana; 1993. Note: (Ph.D) Indiana University; 1993. GR999 .A546. Blakely, Pamela A. Critical 2014? Reese. Performing dangerous thoughts: women's song dance performance events in a Hemba funeral ritual (Republic of Zaire). Economic Association Call? Bloomington: Thesis (Ph.D) Indiana University; 1993. GR999 .B638.
Burdette, Alan R. Ein Prosit der Gemutlichkeit: heightened experience and the creation of context in a German American singing society: Indiana University Thesis (Ph.D.); 1993. GR999 .B952. Neely, Thomasina. Belief, ritual, and performance in a black Pentecostal church: the musical heritage of the church of God in Christ. Indiana Univerity Thesis (Ph.D.): Indiana University; 1993. GR999 .N378. Ochoa, Ana Maria. Two portraits: an ethnographic approach to the construction of musical style: Indiana University M.A. D.ed Assignment? Thesis; 1993. GR999 .O166.
Phipps, Katherine Anne Battley. Glossolallia and american economic association call for papers health: the perceived effect in thinking exam 2014, health promotion: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1993. GR999 .P573. Sawin, Patricia Elizabeth. Bessie Mae Elderth: An Appalachian woman's performance on self: (Ph.D) Indiana University; 1993. GR999 .S272 v1 2. Stein, Mary Beth.
Berlin/Berlin: the wall in the expressive culture of a divided city. Thesis (Ph.D) Indiana University; 1993. Economic Association For Papers? GR999. S818. Waseda, Minoko Yoshihara. The art of musical change in gospel performance: a case study on the Indiana University Voices of Hope.: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1993. GR999. W312.
Wheeler, William J. Practicing Flemenco guitar in punctuation and paranthesis, Madrid, Spain: an event centered study of accompaniment and accompanists in guitar lessons and call dance classes.: Thesis Indiana University; 1993. Note: with 1 sound cassette. GR999 .W564. Critical Thinking Exam? Borland, Katherine. Performing identities: politics of culture in a Nicaragauan community: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1994. American Economic 2013 Call For Papers? GR999. B735. Docherty, Shannon A. Home Decorating: Contemporary American Folk Art: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1994.
GR 999. D637. Gott, Suzanne. In Celebration of the Female: Dress, Aesthetics, Performance, and Identity in Contemporary Asante: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1994. GR999. G6853. Griff, Hanna. A life of any worth: life histories of retired Brandeis University faculty: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1994. UpdatE? GR999.
G849. American Association 2013 Call For Papers? Kadende, Rose. Metal Phd Thesis? Images of economic 2013, Women in Burundi Folktales: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1994. GR999. K12. Vidutis, Richard Joseph. Finnish Settlement Architecture in Michigan's Keweenaw Penisula: Adaptation, Evolution, and Restoration of punctuation, Forms: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1994. GR999. V655. Yang, Jongsung.
Folklore and Culture Politics in Korea: Intangible Cultural Properties and Living National Treasures: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1994. GR999. Economic Association Call? Y224. Berger, Harris M.. Perception in east essay thesis, the Moral Continuum of History: An Ethnography of Metal, Rock and Jazz in Northeast Ohio (Volumes 1-2): Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1995. GR999.
B497. Call For Papers? Cicala, John. The Folk Artist As Producer: A Behavioral Study of a Sicilian Immigrant Woman's Ceremonial Cooking Style: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1995. GR999. C568. Dover, Robert Van Horn. Writing Essay My Future? Nucanchi Gente Pura: The Ideology of Recuperacion in the Inga Communities of Columbia's Sibundoy Valley: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1995. GR999. D743.
Duffy, Karen. The Work of american economic association call, Virgil Boruff, Indiana Limestone Craftsmen: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1995. GR999. D864. Evans, Timothy H. Western Saddlemaking: History, Technology, Innovation (Volumes 1-2): Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1995. GR999.
E923. Freedman, Jean R. Exam? Whistling in the Dark: Memory, Culture, and Politics in Wartime London: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1995. GR999. F854. American Economic 2013 Call? Gay, David E. Revising Tradition: Folklore and the Making of European Literary Epic 1760-1904: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1995.
GR999. G285. Hamer, Lynne. Building American History: Mediating Performances in Classroom and Community: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1995. GR999. H214. Harlow, Ilana. Creating Situations: Some Traditional Responses to the Violation of Expectations in east thesis, Ireland: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1995. GR999. H286.
Henderson, Clara. A Paradigm of Africanisation: Music of Mvano Women of the Church of Central Africa Presbyterian, Blantyre Synod, Malawi: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1995. GR999. H495. Locke, Elizabeth. Detienne's Honeyed Orpheus' Revisited: A Nymph's-Eye View: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1995. GR999. L814. McArthur, Phillip.
The Social Life of economic association 2013 for papers, Narrative: Marshall Islands: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1995. GR999. M117. Osotsi, Ramenga. Team Project? A Performance Analysis of the Tsing'ano of the Abanyore and Avalogooli of Western Kenya: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1995. GR999. O837. Schacker, Jennifer.
Otherness and american association Otherworldliness: Edward W. Lane's Ethnographic Treatment of the Arabian Nights: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1995. GR999. S292. Takahara, Takashi. The Visible City and essay thesis the Invisible City: Toward a Postmodern Folklore of economic association, Place: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1995. GR999. T1362. Team? Vaughan, Theresa. Unimaginable Revolutionaries: The Rise and Fall of association for papers, a Feminist Imagined Community in Revolutionary Ireland: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1995.
GR999. V364. Walker, Thomas Urling. Sailor's Progress: Maritime Tradition and Political Economy in the Career of an Irish-American Merchant Seaman: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1995. GR999.
W185. Williams, Linda F. The impact of African-American music on jazz in Zimbabwe: An exploration in radical empiricism: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1995. And Paranthesis? GR999. W7245. Wood, V. Nina. Rushin' Hard and Runnin' Hot: Experiencing the Music of the american economic call for papers, Junkanoo Parade in Nassau, Bahamas (Volumes 1-2): Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1995. GR999.
W879. Birkalan, Hande. Pertev Naili Boratav and His Contributions to Turkish Folklore: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1996. GR999. G619. Braid, Donald. Punctuation? The Negotiation of Meaning and american association 2013 call for papers Identity in UpdatE, the Narratives of the Travelling People of Scotland: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1996. GR999.
B814. Gilman, Lisa. Experience, Narrative, and Silencing: Exploring The Concealment of Sexual Violence: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1996. GR999. G487. Hummel, Barbara. Managing The World: An Analysis of Expressive Folklore Among Paramedics: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1996. GR999.
H925. American 2013? Jackson, Jason. Yuchi Custom Ways: Expressions of Tradition in a Southeastern American Indian Society: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1996. GR999. D.ed Assignment? J126. Kelley, Greg (Charles).
A Folkloric Analysis of Narrative Contexts in Shakespeare: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1996. GR999. K294. Modic, Elizabeth Kate. Song, Performance, and Power: The Ben Ka di Women's Association in american association 2013 for papers, Bamako, Mali: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1996. GR999. M692. Ochoa, Ana Maria. Plotting Musical Territories: Three Studies in Processes of Recontextualization of Musical Folklore in the Andean Region of east of eden essay thesis, Colombia: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1996.
GR999. O165. Ribeiro, Emmanuel. Traditional Courtship Games of economic association, Zimbabwe: An Overview of Influence and Enculturation of Shona Children: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1996. GR999. R484. Smidchens, Guntis. Thinking? A Baltic Music: The Folklore Movement in economic association 2013 call for papers, Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia, 1968-1991: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1996. GR999. S643. Truesdell, Barbara.
God, Home, and Country: Folklore, Patriotism, and the Politics of Culture in Project, the Daughters of the American Revolution: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1996. GR999. T866. Ainsworth, Cynthea. Alaskan Folklore and american call the American Philological Tradition: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1997. GR999. A297. Burdette, Alan. Celebrating Localities: Performance and Community in a German American Singing Society: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1997.
GR999. B952 1997a (IUPUI). Hetherton, Maria. Profession Ring Mottos: Narrative, Genre, and Gender in a Community of Dominican Sisters: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1997. D.ed Assignment? GR999. Economic Association 2013 Call For Papers? H592. Mason, Michael.
Practicing Santeria, Performing the Self: The Social Construction of Subjectivity in Humans and Gods in an Afro-Cuban Religion: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1997. GR999. M413. Pavlick, Edward. Crossroads and Consciousness: Communal Underground Space and Diasporic Modernism in African-American Literature: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1997. GR999.
P338. Pincheon, Bill Stanford. Framing Culture: Africanism, Sexuality and Performance in Tongues Untied and Paris is burning: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1997. GR999. P647. Rudy, Jill. Punctuation? A Folklorist's Progress in American English Departments: An Historical Case Study: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1997. GR999. R917. Scheffy, Zoe-hateehc. Economic 2013 For Papers? Displaying Sapmi: Contemporary Saami Art and Museum Exhibition in North America: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1997.
GR999. S318. Schoemaker, George. Contemporary Shadow Theater in France: Performance and the Politics of Culture: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1997. GR999. S364. Walls, Robert. The Making of the American Logger: Traditional Culture and Public Imagery in the Realm of the Bunyanesque (Volumes 1-2): Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1997. Writing My Future Plan? GR999.
W215. Adams, Linda Kinsey. Call For Papers? The Interrelationship of Myth and Legend in punctuation and paranthesis, a Mexican-American Community in Chicago: The La Llorona Legend As An Inversion of the Adam and Eve Sacred Narrative: Thesis (Ph.D.)--Indiana University; 1998. GR999. A214. Association 2013? Adou, Heather Maxwell. The Xylophone As An Intensifier of Musical Interaction: The Bala in Minyankala, Mali: Thesis (M.A.)--Indiana University; 1998. GR999. Writing My Future Plan? A242. Boyd, Douglas.
The Performance of History: Constructing Pedagogical Narratives for Public Interpretation at Sharon Woods Village: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1998. GR999. B789. Branigan, Michelle. A Biography of american association 2013 for papers, Frances Brand, An American Painter and Social Activist: Thesis (Ph.D.)--Indiana University; 1998. GR999. B82. Cashman, Ray.
The Irish Outlaw in UpdatE, Song and Story: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1998. GR999. C338. Cavuser, Suheyla. The Decoration of the Turkish Salon: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1998. GR999. C383. American Economic Association Call For Papers? Deal, John. Reality by Consensus: An Analysis of the Metapragmatic and Therapeutic Dimensions of Team, Vampiric Live Action Role-Playing: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1998. GR999.
D279. Evans, Michael. Shades of association 2013 call for papers, Stone: Facets of Identity Among Inuit Carvers: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1998. GR999. E92. And Paranthesis? Fenn, John. Ways of Moving: Kinesics and Interaction in Instrumental Performance: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1998.
GR999. F334. Hartwig, Kurt. Creativity and Innovation in Tradition: The Ceremonies Project: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1998. GR999. H337. Heath, Julie.
Encompassing Beauty: An Analysis of Navajo Directional Blessings: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1998. GR999. H437. Kadende, Rose. Language, Cultural Discourse, And Identity Negotiation: Internet communication among Burundians in the Diaspora: Thesis (Ph.D.)--Indiana University; 1998. GR999. K13. Light, Nathan. Economic Association 2013 Call? Slippery Paths: The Performance and Canonization of Turkic Literature and Uyghur Muqam Song in and paranthesis, Islam and Modernity: Thesis (Ph.D.)--Indiana University; 1998. GR999. American Call? L723.
Livesay, Jennifer Ellen. Women At The Church Doors: Gender, Protest, and Belief In A Midwester Women-Church Group: Thesis (Ph.D.)--Indiana University; 1998. GR999. L785. Marcus, Laura. Moving Towards Nizaad: Exploring the Dynamics of Navajo-Anglo Interaction Through Trading and Art: Thesis (Ph.D.)--Indiana University; 1998. GR999. M322. McEntire, Dee. UpdatE? Remodeling Our Lives: A Search for Values in economic 2013 for papers, the Art, Folklore, and Ideology of Home Improvement, Bloomington, Indiana, 1979-98 (Volumes 1-2): Thesis (Ph.D.)--Indiana University; 1998.
GR999. M142. Mould, Thomas. Choctaw Folk Tales: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1998. GR999. M926. Perullo, I. Thinking? Alexander. Economic 2013 Call? Malagasy and the Media: Representations and Stereotypes in Images and Texts of Malagasy Phonograms: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1998. GR999. Essay My Future Plan? P47. Economic For Papers? Roleke, John.
The Numerous Little Ingenious Contrivances: Scrimshawed Images on Whale Tooth and Bone: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1998. GR999. R745. Shope, Bradley. From Absence to Presence: Musical Sounds in the Cab of a Truck: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1998. GR999. S558. Turner, Rory. The World Has Gone Astray: Ethics and Community in an Igbo Village: Thesis (Ph.D.)--Indiana University; 1998. D.ed Assignment? GR999.
T953. Zaretti, Joan. Multicultural Music Education: An Ethnography of Process in Teaching and Learning: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1998. GR999. Z36. Adu-Amankwah, David. Beyond the Grip of Ritual: The Emergence of economic association 2013 call, Conflict in Language and Action in an Akan Funeral: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1999. GR999. D.ed Assignment? A245. Birkalan, Hande. Homemaking and american call Story Telling in a Gecekondu in Istanbul: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1999.
GR999. B62. Cresswell, Catherine. Sacred Landscape: Rural Catholic Parish Villages in Southeastern Indiana: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1999. GR999. C552. Del Negro, Giovanna. Our Little Paris: Modernity, Performance, and the Passeggiata (Ritual Promenade) in a Central Italian Town: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1999. GR999.
D289. Evans, Michael. Frozen Light and Fluid Time: The Folklore, Politics, and Performance of thinking exam, Inuit Video: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1999. GR999. E919. Frederick, Charles R. American Association For Papers? A Good Day to be Here: Tailgating in the Grove at metal phd thesis, Ole Miss: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1999. American Economic Association 2013 Call For Papers? GR999. F852. Hall, Raymond A. The Afromestizo of thesis, Mexico's Atlantic Coast: Ethnicity Through Food, Festival and Dance: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1999. GR999.
H194. Hetrick, Judi L. America's Serious Home Videos: A Folkloristic Study of Community Vernacular Video in 2013 call for papers, Lawrence County, Indiana: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1999. GR999. H625. Hnaraki, Maria. Speaking without Words: Cretan Dance at Weddings as Expression, Dialogue, and Communication: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1999. GR999.
H677. Kalumbu, Isaac. The Process of Creation and Production of Popular Music in Zimbabwe: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1999. Critical 2014? GR999. Economic Association Call For Papers? K17. Klassen, Doreen. You Can't Have Silence With Your Palms Up: Ideophones, Gesture, and Iconicity in Zimbabwean Shona Women's Ngano (Storysong) Performance: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1999. GR999. K662.
Laudun, John. And There Were A Lot of Families Living Over There: historytelling in a Midwestern town: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1999. GR999. Critical Thinking Exam 2014? L365. Lu, Qiang. Association 2013 Call For Papers? A Study of Communication in the Courtyard Houses of Beijing: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1999. GR999.
L875. Team UpdatE? Mahmud, Firoz. Metalwork of Bangladesh: A Study in Material Folk Culture: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1999. GR999. M214. Matiure, Sheasby.
Multicultural Music Education: An Ethnography of Rhythm Learning and Performance of African Music: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1999. GR999. M425. Nguyen, Hien Thi. Then in 2013 for papers, Tay Traditional Culture and Soul-Calling Ritual: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1999. Biosorption? GR999.
N577. Economic Association 2013 Call For Papers? Obeng, Cecilia. Traditional Healing Practices Among The Asuom (Akan) People of Ghana: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1999. GR999. O1244. Peterson-Veatch, Erika. Critical Exam 2014? Sharing Lifestories: An Act Of Intimacy: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1999.
GR999. P565. American 2013 Call? Rahman, Mohammad Shahinoor. Bengali Poet Fakir Lalon Shah: Oral Poetry in punctuation and paranthesis, the Social Context of Contemporary Bangladesh: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1999. GR999. R225. Reed, Daniel.
Ge Performance: Masks, Music and Meaning Among the Dan of Cote D'ivoire: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1999. GR999. R355. Association Call For Papers? Schacker-Mill, Jennifer. National Dreams: Folklore Collections and the English Mass Reading Public, 1820-1860: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1999. GR999.
S289. Thomas, Kara. Leaving The Laurel: The Establishment of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1999. GR999. T4395. Thram, Diane. Biosorption? Performance As Ritual--Performance as Art: Therapeutic Efficacy of Dandanda song and Dance in Zimbabwe: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1999. GR999. T529.
Tidmore, Stacy. Association Call? Making One's Way: Souvenir Traditions Among Elvis Fans: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 1999. GR999. T535. Vaughan, Theresa A. Art and Community: A Community Art Center in Norman, Oklahoma: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 1999. GR999. V363. Estivill, Marjorie. Essay? Experiential Aesthetics in Aerobic Dance Class: Patterns in american, Music, Communication, Movement, and Sociality: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 2000. GR999. E755.
Fischman, Fernando. The Oral Narrative Discourse of the Jewish Immigration to Argentina: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 2000. GR999. F485. Galuska, John. Guerrilla Queens and Percussive Poets There Where Our Paths Cross: In Search of Dub Poetry Scholarship and Practitioners: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 2000. GR999. G175. Ichikawa, Midori.
Invented Tradition in Shinto: A New Construction of the and paranthesis, Emperor As A God of the State: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 2000. GR999. I255. Kolovos, Andrew. I Don't Believe, But I Tremble, Andrew Lang, Religion and Wonder: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 2000. GR999. K765. Kousaleos, Nicole. American Economic Association For Papers? Screaming the Silence: Experience, Agency and Transformation in the Lives of American Women Childhood Sexual Abuse Survivors: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 2000. GR999. K868.
Lindquist, Danille. D.ed Assignment? Island Strings Little Bit Mo' Relaxed: Slack Key Guitar and association 2013 for papers Differential Identities in Contemporary Hawaii: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 2000. GR999. L755. Locke, Elizabeth. Eurydice's Body: Feminist Reflections of the Orphic Descent Myth in Philosophy and Film: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 2000. GR999. L815. Okamoto, Sachiko. Polish Highlander Music in Chicago: Gorale Identity and Team Project Musical Tradition: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 2000. GR999.
O425. Ostlund, Glenn. The Lost Tribes of american economic call, Isuraeru: Belief Tales Among Mormon Missionaries in Japan: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 2000. Critical Exam 2014? GR999. Economic Association 2013? O779. Peebles, Katie. Elements of Traditional Referentiality in the Chanson De Toile: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 2000. GR999.
P365. Thompson, Jennifer. Making Space: Ritual and Identity in an American Community of Choice: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 2000. GR999. T445. Van Blaricom, Margaret. Project? A Pattern Broken, A Transition Begun: The Examination of association 2013 call, a Battered Woman's Narrative Life History: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 2000. GR999. V284.
Walker, Janelle. Phd Thesis? Saving Maxwell Street: People, Power, and the Politics of american economic call, Urban Aesthetics in Chicago: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 2000. GR999. W212. Akey, Lisa. Kicking Sparks: The Role of Resonance in the Construction of Religious Experience, Neopaganism as a Case Study: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 2001.
GR999. A325. Beldavs, Aija Veldre. I Sing Out Nine, You're Working on One: Historical Latvian Ritual Insult Song Warring Apdziedasanas: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 2001. GR999. Bradley, Matt.
Partners in Cinema: Exploring Youth Identity Through Video-Documentary: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 2001. GR999. B799. Fox, Christie L. Parading Stories: the creation and reception of Macnas's theatrical parades: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 2001. GR999. F725. D.ed Assignment? Geyer, Christopher.
Gwich'in Fiddler Bill Stevens and the Tanan Trompers: An Alaskan Blend of american economic 2013 call for papers, Musical Expressions: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 2001. Metal Biosorption Phd Thesis? GR999. G365. Gilman, Lisa. American Association? Dancing In the Votes: performing praise, politics, and gender in contemporary Malawi: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 2001. GR999. G486.
Glenister Roberts, Kathleen. Giving Away: the performance of Project, speech and sign in powwow ritual exchange: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 2001. GR999. American Economic 2013? R645. D.ed Assignment? Hansen, Gregory. A Florida Fiddler's Century: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 2001. GR999. H225.
Hardwick, Patricia. Viva La Fiesta: Embodied History and the Performance of the Past During Santa Barbara's Old Spanish Days Fiesta: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 2001. GR999. H3135. Hassell, Meagan. Wedding the Beast: Contemporary Feminist Fairy Tales: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 2001. GR999.
H355. American 2013 Call For Papers? Hirayama, Miyuki. Individual Creativity and Tradition in Japanese Festivals in Shimomura: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 2001. Team? GR999. H665. Economic Call? Mould, Thomas. Choctaw Prophecy: A Legacy of the Future: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 2001. GR999. D.ed Assignment? M927. Economic 2013 Call? Muhammad, Baqi'e.
Manawashai Basketry: Famine, change, Creativity: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 2001. GR999. M955. Neulander, Judith S. Cannibals, Castes and d.ed assignment Crypto-Jews: premillennial cosmology in postcolonial New Mexico: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 2001. GR999. American Economic Association 2013? N425. Oehler, Susan.
Aesthetics and Team Project Meaning in Professional Blues Performances: an economic association call for papers ethnographic examination of an African-American music in intercultural context: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 2001. ML3521. O42 2001 (B-AAAMC). Okello-Ogwang, Ernest. Of Eden Essay? Popular Commemorations of the Uganda Martyrs Tradition: pilgrimage narratives, ceremonial commemorations, and the performance of postcolonial identities in contemporary Uganda: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 2001.
GR999. For Papers? O365. Punctuation And Paranthesis? Peterson-Veatch, Ross. Ethnography and Transculturation: Speech and dialogue in Oviedo's Historia: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 2001. GR999. Economic? P566. Sung, Sang-Yeon. An Ethnography of Public School Music Education in South Korea: Issues in the Reintroduction of Korean Music: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 2001. GR999. Critical Exam? S955. Brigham, Cathy.
Constructing and Internalizing Countriness: Authenticity and Fan Diversity in economic, Country Music Culture: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 2002. GR999. B855. East Of Eden Essay Thesis? Cashman, Ray. Wakes, Ceilis, and Characters: Commemoration and Identity in Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 2002. GR999. C337. Duffy, Karen. Carry it on for Me: Tradition and Familial Bonds in the Art of Acoma Pottery: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 2002. GR999.
D863. Fernandez, Carlos. Offerings to american 2013 for papers, the Black Christ of Esquipulas: devotional practice and artistic performance in Santa Cruz, Guanacaste Province of Costa Rica: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 2002. GR999. F455. Finchum-Sung, Hilary. Uri Saenghwal Umak: Music, Discourse, and essay Identity in South Korea: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 2002. GR999.
F482. Goska, Danusha V. American Economic Association 2013? Bieganski: the brute Polak stereotype and its application in Polish-Jewish relations and American popular culture: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 2002. Essay Plan? GR999. G665. Hnaraki, Maria. Into the Labyrinth: Unraveling Ariadne's Thread: Cretan Music Identity and Aethetics: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 2002. GR999. H676. Hutchinson, Sydney. Economic Association For Papers? Quebradita: The Story of a Modern Mexican-American Dance in the Arizona-Sonora Border Region: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 2002. GR999.
H975. East Essay Thesis? Maxwell, Heather. Destiny's Diva's: Wassolu Singing, Music Ideologies, and the Politics of Performance in Bamako, Mali: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 2002. GR999. M445. Nagar, Deeksha. A Folk Toy in the Global World: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 2002.
GR999. N235. Nguyen, Hien Thi. Economic For Papers? The Religion of the Four Palaces: Mediumship and Therapy in Viet Culture: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 2002. GR999. N5765. Salahuddin, Mohammad. Writing? Shopping and Working in America: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 2002. American Association Call? GR999. S353.
Stuttgen, Joanne. Team Project? (Re)Constructing the Little Red Schoolhouse: History, Landscape and Memory: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 2002. GR999. S885. Turner, Jessica. The Carter Family Fold: The Study of an Audience Community: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 2002. GR999. T899. Waldenberger, Suzanne. Aggregate Art: Work in Progress: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 2002. GR999. W125.
Adu-Amankwah, David. An Ethnopragmatic Study of Jokes and Joking in an Akan Community: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 2003. Association For Papers? GR999. Punctuation? A246. Boyd, Douglas. Reconstructing the Craw: Examining the Dynamics of Oral History and Public: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 2003. GR999. B7895.
Fass, Sunni. Cultural Resonance: Interpreting Musical Instruments: A Critical Analysis of the Curatorial Process: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 2003. GR999. F225. Gabbert, Lisa. Call For Papers? Performing Place: folklore and modernity in the Payette Lakes Area, Idaho: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 2003.
GR999. G155. Harle, Peter. Thinking with Things, Objects and Identity Among Tibetans in east of eden, the Twin Cities: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 2003. GR999. H3136. Hartwig, Kurt. The Mechanics of Mimesis and the Impact of call for papers, Theater: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 2003.
GR999. H338. Levy, Elinor. Retooling Relationships within Habitat for Humanity: a folklorists foray into participatory action research: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 2003. GR999. L485. Malcom-Clarke, Darlene Rhiannon. The Oral and and paranthesis the Literary in Medieval Welsh Narratives: A Study of the Oral Derived Pwyll Pendenic Dyuet: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 2003. GR999. M225.
Peretti, Daniel. Ghost Stories and a Pinecone Tree: The Interaction of Material and Verbal Expression during the Holidays: Thesis (M.A.) Indiana University; 2003. GR999. P425. Perullo, I. Economic 2013 Call? Alexander. Producing and Protecting Local Music: Urban Tanzanian Musicians in d.ed assignment, a Transforming Music Industry: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 2003.
GR999. P465. Saritas, Suheyla. The Influence of Home Decoration in a Small Village in Turkey: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 2003. GR999. S195. Shope, Bradley G. The Anglo-Indians Were the Gatekeepers: intimate Lucknowi musical histories: Thesis (Ph.D.) Indiana University; 2003. GR999. American Economic Association? S557.
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My apologies, Sarah, but we do not have a sample cover letter. We’ll work on posting one though! Thank you Kyle! That helps a lot! Thank you for these blog posts! I’m trying to go back to work after staying-at-home for three years with my kids (which seems like an american economic association 2013 call even tougher situation than being a new grad). Prior to that I had very minimal nursing experience (2 years total) in critical thinking exam two niche type jobs: school nursing and travel medicine.
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Maslow’s theory suggests that the lower needs are a priority, and therefore, more powerful than the higher needs in the hierarchy; Only when the person fails to satisfy the lower needs – even if it does so on, gradually enter their knowledge higher needs, and american economic call that the motivation to meet them; as the positive trend takes more important, a greater degree of psychological health and a move towards full humanization is experienced. For Maslow, the human would become fully accepting the satisfaction of the needs identified by our biological base, which would, after satisfying the punctuation and paranthesis, trends that unite us with the rest of humanity, the idiosyncratic discover what distinguishes us from the american 2013 for papers, rest human beings, discover your own tastes, talents determined by our inheritance concretizarlos – develop them – based on hard work; in Maslow’s words: … the way we’re different from other people also discover in this very personal search for identity… 1 (Frick, 1973, p.34) 1 1. Frick, Willard B. (1973): Humanistic psychology. Buenos Aires: Guadalupe. Keywords: self-actualization1, transcendence2, humanistic psychology3. Self-actualization 1 According to critical exam, humanistic theory, the realizing of one’s full potential; can include creative expression, quest for spiritual enlightenment, pursuit of knowledge, or the american economic 2013 call, desire to give to society. Transcendence 2 superior excellence; supereminence. Humanistic psychology 3 A psychological perspective which rose to prominence in metal biosorption phd thesis the mid-20th century in response to psychoanalytic theory and behaviorism; this approach emphasizes an individual’s inherent drive towards self-actualization and creativity.
Theory of Human Motivation. The “Theory of Human Motivation”, proposes a hierarchy of needs and factors that motivate people; this hierarchy is modeled by identifying five categories of needs and american 2013 call for papers is built considering a hierarchical ascending order according to their importance for of eden, survival and motivational skills. According to this model, half man meets their other needs arise that change or modify the behavior of the same; considering that only american economic association call when a need is “reasonably” satisfied, will trigger a new need. The five categories of needs are: physiological, safety, love and belonging, esteem and and paranthesis self-actualization; physiological requirements being the lowest level. Maslow also distinguishes these needs “deficit” (physiological, safety, love and belonging, esteem) and “development of self” (self-realization). The distinct difference between the two is that the “deficit” refer to a lack, while the “development of self” refer to the work of the individual. Without being exhaustive, the characterization of the hierarchy of needs proposed by american economic, Maslow is: Physiological needs: are of biological origin and punctuation and paranthesis are geared towards the survival of economic association man; are considered basic needs and include things like: need to breathe, drink water, sleep, eating, sex, shelter. Safety needs: When the d.ed assignment, physiological needs are met in the large part, comes a second level of needs-oriented personal safety, order, stability and american 2013 call for papers protection. And Paranthesis? Among these requirements are things like security, employment, income and assets, family, health and crime against personal property.
Needs of love, affection and belonging: when security needs and physiological well-being are moderately satisfied, the next class of needs contains the love, affection and belonging or membership in a particular social group and are oriented to overcome feelings of loneliness and alienation. In everyday life, these needs can be handled when man shows desire to marry, have a family, to be part of a community, being a member of a church or simply attending a social club. Esteem needs: When the first three classes needs are moderately satisfied, esteem needs calls oriented self-esteem, recognition for the individual, the individual achievement and respect for others arise; to meet these needs, people feel secure about herself and valuable in a society; when these needs are not met, people feel inferior and worthless. Association 2013? In this regard, Maslow noted two esteem needs: a bottom that includes respect for others, the need status, fame, glory,recognition,attention, reputation, and dignity; and an upper, which determinesthe need for self-respect, including feelings as confidence, competence, achievement, mastery, independence and Project UpdatE freedom. Self-actualization needs: are the highest and are at the top of the hierarchy; Maslow describes self-actualization as a person’s need to be and do what the person was “born to do”, ie, is the economic call, fulfillment of personal potential through a specific activity; thus a person who is inspired to music must make music, an artist must paint, and a poet must write.
Although the research support of Maslow’s theory is still under development, the concepts developed by him, have provided a framework for positive psychology and have been used to conceptualize the policy, practice and of eden thesis theory in the social sciences for american economic call for papers, more than 60. Besides the essay, five needs described above, Maslow also identified three other categories of needs: aesthetic, cognitive and self-transcendence (Feist and Feist 2006), which led to a correction of the hierarchy of needs. The characterization of these three new needs is: Aesthetic needs: are not universal, but at least certain groups of people in all cultures seem to be motivated by the need for economic association 2013 call, external beauty and rewarding aesthetic experiences. Cognitive needs: They are associated with the desire to know which is the vast majority of people; things like solving mysteries, being curious and investigate various activities were called by Maslow as cognitive needs, noting that this kind of need is very important to satisfy the thinking exam 2014, five needs described above. Need for self-transcendence: aim promote a cause beyond yourself and experience a communion beyond the american association 2013 for papers, limits of the self; this may involve service to other people or groups, devotion to an ideal or a cause, religious faith, the pursuit of science and union with the d.ed assignment, divine. According Koltko (2006), the rectified hierarchy of american association 2013 call for papers needs Maslow’s version has several important implications for theory and research in personality and social psychology; these consequences to critical thinking 2014, include broader approaches:
Personal and call for papers cultural conceptions of the purpose of life. The motivational bases of altruistic behavior, social progress, and phd thesis wisdom. The suicide terrorism and american economic 2013 religious violence. The integration of psychology of religion and spirituality in personality and social psychology. Finally, it should be noted that the “Theory of Human Motivation”, with its hierarchy of needs and motivational factors as well as the following Maslow research in the area of human needs, is metal biosorption phd thesis, part of the humanist educational paradigm, for which the achievement maximum self-realizationof students in all aspects of personality is american association 2013 for papers, a fundamental part and seeking, provide education training and personal growth. A biblical truth of Self-realization. When dreams come true, you really give us happiness? The Maslow pyramid or hierarchy of d.ed assignment human needs, is a psychological theory proposed by american economic call for papers, Abraham Maslow, to meet our needs to achieve self-realization and have control over all problematic circumstances in which we find ourselves.
This level of satisfaction is to meet the basic parameters, then supplemented with “meta needs.” The man who gets to comprehensively meet each of them is an individual who has artistic characteristics, leadership, self-confidence, fulfillment in their professional life, and loving, and although it gets to be in essay my future plan danger, always the proposals and alternative solutions, without having to exit pressure. All this, to possess it are people who have a drive for life, regardless of the risks, the more satisfied an emergent need arises another which enables it to be better. According to the characteristics of the american association call for papers, theory of Maslow born with the physical person, the rest arise over time. Writing Essay My Future Plan? As the person drops their basic needs gradually higher needs appear. In the society in association 2013 call for papers which we live is handled in this way, and although we know that the basic needs such as meta needs are necessary, it is not always so. Advertising, TV, high technology, gives us a concept of critical thinking 2014 happiness, only american 2013 call obtaining and fulfilling our desires, be happy and we will find fulfillment in life. While this, in “some” is true in others, at least not in most. In the world in which we live there are still countries that do not meet their basic needs, never mind meet the “target needs” this in turn provokes reactions of critical thinking 2014 bitterness and discontent, for he who is fixed in reality scarce, known not reached the same opportunities as someone born with all the alternatives. In the Bible, we find the counterpart of Maslow’s pyramid.
Jesus, the Son of God fulfilled his mission in american economic 2013 life, and reached its fullness, to. self-realization of duty. Most people feel unsatisfied look at the resources and not find your mission in life. Although Jesus came to earth as a man, his mission always focused on Team UpdatE “Ask the Father” Therefore to 2013 call for papers, him by was never primarily meet their own needs to feel “good”, unlike renounced his basic needs, meet others; therefore, I fail their “goal needs” humble himself. And never thought of meeting his “I” rather thought of death to meet the “target needs” around the world, insomuch that by his example not only d.ed assignment had the salvation, but the breath of that in american economic 2013 for papers a fallen world god’s Son also suffered, hardship than us. The life of Team Project UpdatE Jesus is a clear example of economic association call for papers achieving the desired objective by man: the recognition of the other, but in this case, that of God. And the way to do it is simply not satisfy any personal desire, but of God. Then the passage of Philippians 2:5-11, we can observe the following way: Jesus’ journey toward fulfilling your life and the satisfaction of achieving “something” is as follows: 1. Although it was the same being, God, emptied “renounce comfort” in every way.
2. He did not cling, but it took nature of a servant of a “servant or servant” that makes people not only sent a high class, but rather to their same level of social class. 3. You know how a man doing, but even worse, as “anyone” could decide whether to d.ed assignment, live in a wealthy family, because he preferred the association, opposite. Also what, never revealed his identity, but rather silent, who discovered his true position as a child of and paranthesis God. 4. American Association Call? He humbled also, if anyone else did, well that was not enough, was not satisfied, he stood as “mat” to be trampled and humble. 5. Project? He preferred to die, who did not deserve it, but he did.
6. then: GOD gave him the highest honor, And the greatest of all names, For that, in the name given to Jesus, all knees bend in heaven, on earth and under the earth, and all confess that Jesus Christ is economic 2013 call for papers, Lord, to the glory of God the Father Phil. 2:111. No man more intending meet each of their needs, never achieved what Jesus did by stripping himself, no one can have a title like His What achievement JESUS??: He fulfilled the d.ed assignment, will of God, He fulfilled his mission as a man on earth, It is the only way of salvation. Association Call? And God gave him a title that would never be taken away. Do we need to fulfill our desire to be happy? Do you need to meet all the needs to fulfill our mission in life here on earth?
Can you get to the self-renouncing himself? If fact, if Jesus did it, so can we. Take up your Cross and follow the master and awaits the eternal crown. Biosorption? And in american association call for papers the fullness of writing my future plan life there. Boeree, G. (2006).
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Essay: Fascism as Philosophy and the Power of Persuasion. SUMMARY: In light of the current madness that is the entire world, it’s always helpful to realize the economic association 2013 call for papers, world has always been mad (see: human beings). The goal is to understand why. History is great for case studies, which is what this essay is: what was Italian fascism, and why was it so attractive to so many people? Although the following piece was written in an academic context, I wrote it so anyone (and everyone) can read it.
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It promised to increase pleasure and deter suffering; it championed the will to power by american association for papers promoting social unity (and discord); and exam 2014 it instilled purpose and meaning through the ethos of the State. The purpose of economic association 2013 call for papers, this essay is to punctuation, consider the appeal of american economic association 2013 call for papers, Fascism in the context of d.ed assignment, these three drives, in economic call for papers order to better understand why it occurred. As Viktor Frankl stated, “there is no psychotherapy without a theory of man and a philosophy of life underlying it.” Although psychoanalysis is largely an individual clinical method, human neuroses are socially constructed. Sigmund Freud argued that man was driven by the pleasure principle and the avoidance of unpleasure, Alfred Adler argued for an inferiority complex and a subsequent will to power, and Viktor Frankl argued that nihilism was the source of human neuroses, best alleviated through a will to meaning. These theories are not exhaustive descriptions of what drives human beings, but they do provide insight into important aspects of the human condition. In the context of early twentieth century Italy, cultural psychoanalytic theory can be used to essay thesis, explore why and how Fascism arose. The need for the pleasure principle was represented in post-war Italy; the will to power through Fascist squadristi , racism and expansionist policy; and the imposition of a political religion as the actualization of collective meaning and purpose. THE PLEASURE PRINCIPLE AND THE GREAT WAR. World War One was a watershed event in European history. It devastated European economies, left almost an entire generation of men dead on american economic association the battlefield, and with the Bolshevik revolution in Russia instilled an immediate fear and threat in Project recovering nations. Disillusionment with Enlightenment ideals signified paradigmatic shifts in modern European thought, not the least because of the unprecedented level of human suffering that left many Europeans at a loss to american economic call, make sense of the human catastrophe.
Italy was no exception. Even before the war it had been at a political crossroads, but following the military disaster at Caporetto, an “image of an endangered motherland, dead or under deadly threat” proliferated throughout. This notion of the “death of the motherland” was not unique to Italy, but with historic political turmoil and communist sympathies rising to the surface, Italians feared what the future entailed. Although Italy was on the allied side, it paid a sobering price for victory: 600,000 dead, 1.48 billion lire of war debt (twice the total expenditure of Italian governments between 1861-1913), two million unemployed citizens, and a devastating military defeat at and paranthesis, Caporetto that led to paranoiac fears of an “enemy within,” defeatism and economic association 2013 disillusionment. Much like the essay, Germans, many Italians perpetuated a “stab in economic association 2013 call for papers the back” theory to underplay potential internal military and political problems. Perhaps most importantly, despite being on writing the victor’s side Italy lost territory in association 2013 call Northern Italy, Galicia, and metal biosorption phd thesis Southern Austria, leaving many wondering what if anything had been gained from the war. To make matters worse, there was a new threat in communist revolution, which further uprooted political stability by 2013 call splitting the left wing into two factions. In addition to fears of communism, the conservative system that had led Italy into war was broken. While many blamed the state for punctuation allowing the poor to die on the battlefield while the wealthy remained protected, urban and rural working classes were fearful of american association, losing what was left of their standard of living, while socialist reform threatened industrialists and Team Project UpdatE landowners. Italy struggled to make sense of the war’s social, political, and economic impact; and at the same time most Italians simply wanted to maintain what little they had left, a return to normalcy in an abnormal situation. American Economic For Papers! Fearing the left and Team Project disillusioned with the right, Italians needed an answer to the social shocks of the 2013 call for papers, post-war malaise. Maintenance of punctuation and paranthesis, what little pleasure remained and association 2013 call for papers avoidance of further suffering was central to Italian desires, concepts that are also fundamental to Freud’s pleasure principle. When Freud wrote Civilization and its Discontents, many of his contemporaries criticized him for applying clinical psychoanalysis as cultural theory.
Human malaise, however, does not develop within clinical contexts, but rather within social ones. For Freud, civilization in itself was a cause for malaise: “Life, as we find it, is too hard for us; it brings us too many pains, disappointments and impossible tasks. In order to bear it we cannot dispense with palliative measures.” According to Freud there are three major origins of human suffering: our own body and the inevitability of death, the east of eden essay thesis, external world and its destructive forces, and from our relation to other human beings. The parallels of these origins are easy enough to american association 2013 call for papers, identify in post-war Italy: the east essay thesis, sobering reality of Italy’s war dead, the advent of modern warfare and its particularly destructive forces, and the political discord that existed within the Italian community. It is economic for papers impossible to consider Fascism without acknowledging post-war political and economic strife; as a result, it is useful to consider Freud’s theory as a window into Italy’s discontent. Freud argued that a sense of “infantile helplessness” leads us to seek protection from the external world. Once the child realizes that he or she must curb the will to pleasure in punctuation and paranthesis face of real-world problems, this need for american association protection often takes the form of religious sentiment. The paternal protector, no longer blood related, assumes the role of deities, and the gods must “exorcize the terrors of nature, they must reconcile men to the cruelty of Fate […] and they must compensate them for the sufferings and privations which a civilized life in common has imposed on them.” Within the cult of El Duce , Fascism took on a paternalistic role as protector and deliverer from the travails of the Great War.
It appealed to vast and diverse groups of the population by providing each group a distinctive promise, curbing the pleasure principle through the ethos of the State. The first supporters of Fascism were right-wing nationalists, war veterans and patriotic men who blamed the post-war loss of power and territory on the Versailles Treaty. Many of Fascism’s early supporters were inspired by d.ed assignment the ultra-nationalist occupation of Fiume in 1919, finding purpose in american association 2013 call a unified state and hopes of a return to a proud, militaristic Italy. Through their shared suffering and solidarity, many soldiers found protection in obeying their superiors and fighting the new threat in thinking exam 2014 communism. In addition to military men, the lower middle class saw hope in the movement, which promised them protection from big business and fueled dreams of social mobility. The agrarian population, 500,000 of which had gained land during the american economic association for papers, war, feared socialist collectivization and was determined to keep its land; these rural fascists found purpose in landed interest, which Fascism promised to maintain. Landowners and estate holders also supported Fascism because it protected them from labor unions and socialist policies; these conservative Fascists were contented with various changes as long as they could maintain their traditions. Finally there were the Fascist technocrats, industrialists and metal phd thesis wealthy businessmen interested in investing in american economic association 2013 for papers the future. They were inspired by critical 2014 Mussolini’s desire for action, both ideologically and materialistically — much like the american for papers, aristocracy and thinking exam 2014 monarchy, they admired Mussolini’s character. If there was any group wary of Fascism it was the political elite, but even they preferred a Fascist government to antiquated politics or communist revolution. Indeed, much of Fascism’s allure was predicated on the promise of change, a solution to american economic association, Italy’s post-war state of “infantile helplessness.”
Mussolini began his political career as a revolutionary socialist. He was anti-imperialist, anti-nationalistic, a member of the PSI (Italian Socialist Party), and served as editor of the socialist Avanti newspaper from 1912-1915. Mussolini even attempted to d.ed assignment, enter left-wing politics, and wrote against american economic 2013 for papers Italian involvement in World War One. Team Project UpdatE! Considering what he became, these may seem surprising characteristics, but Mussolini’s varied political background was essential to Fascism’s rise. The fundamentally amenable aspects of Fascism were essential to the program’s allure. Dynamism and political flexibility freed Mussolini from stagnancy, which allowed him to association 2013 call, appeal to normally discordant social groups by invoking the notion of a classless and unified State. Fascism was based upon action and ethos rather than a strict set of and paranthesis, laws — as Mussolini stated, “Only maniacs never change. American For Papers! New facts can call for new positions.” Mussolini thus took advantage of the binary system of the rightist Italian Popular Party and the leftist Italian Socialist Party by promising something new — on the one hand were out-dated and stagnant governing policies, while on the other hand was the exam 2014, widespread fear of communist revolution. American Economic Call! Following the punctuation, war, Giovanni Gentile, the Fascist philosopher and contemporary of Mussolini, stated, “What [the Italian people] needed was not a platform of principles, but an idea which would indicate a goal and a road by which the goal could be reached.” That goal was protection — against outsiders, against nihilism, and against american perceived internal threats.
While Fascism promised to metal biosorption phd thesis, heal Italy’s war wounds, build a strong Italian nation, and unite citizens under a singular cause, it overtly rejected the economic, pleasure principle as an end in thesis itself. It professed that it wanted more for Italians than to simply be content: Fascists associated individualism and hedonism with liberal-capitalist bourgeois culture, which neglected the idea of american economic association 2013 call, nation in favor of the individual. The Fascists argued that the Team Project, current political and economic call social disarray was a result of Enlightenment ideals, and that the rejection of and paranthesis, community in the name of the individual was the root cause of economic 2013, Italy’s malaise. In times of social discord people seek conformity, and Fascism was attractive because it promised to metal phd thesis, unify the country. Following its nascent and promise-laden stages, however, Fascist history diverged from Freud’s pleasure principle and championed the will to power. THE WILL TO POWER AND SQUADRISMO. Alfred Adler’s “will to power” is dependent upon social interest. Based upon an inferiority complex, Adler argues that a feeling of inadequacy — the need to prove oneself in american economic 2013 call a social context — is the source of our malaise. In short, humans feel happy when they are strong, and discontent when they are weak. Power is the true source of the neurotic’s condition — not power in the Nietzschean sense (where Fascist interpretations argued that might was right), but rather in a socially interested one.
For an individual to overcome her inferiority complex and become a true participant in the community, she must cooperate by being socially interested. Writing Essay Plan! This is the key difference between Freud and Adler: “Human beings strive for the happiness of others; this is the true pleasure of the socially interested person. The ‘pleasure principle’ is the striving of american call, a person who is only interested in himself and not in others.” According to Adler, man becomes man through social cooperation. While Adler’s “will to power” was fundamentally humanistic, Fascism’s interpretation was based upon exclusion. In Mussolini’s words, it limited its definition of community and essay solidarity to association for papers, Italians: In the Fascist conception of history, man is man only by virtue of the spiritual process to which he contributes as a member of the family, the social group, the nation, and in function of history to which all nations bring their contribution. Consequently, Fascism accepted the individual only in east so far as his interests coincided with the american economic, State. And Paranthesis! Indeed, it reasserted “the rights of the State as expressing the real essence of the individual.” To achieve social unity and american association call individual freedom, the Italian people had to east of eden essay thesis, submit to association 2013 for papers, the will of the State, whose essence manifested in a militant will to power. The Italian nation was created by the State, and as such was “not a race, nor a geographically defined region, but a people, historically perpetuating itself; a multitude unified by an idea and imbued with the will to live, the will to power, self-consciousness, personality.” Fascism accused hedonism of liberalism and individualism, arguing that the 2014, pursuit of pleasure limited man to animalistic drives. What was more, liberalism pitted the individual against association 2013 call the State and liberty as distinctive from an authoritarian hierarchy.
If “liberty” was defined as equal rights for all, the Fascists argued that this went against nature. According to Fascists, such concepts were the root causes of economic and social strife because the State lost its identity in the name of the individual. Humans were not equal and writing essay were not the same — Darwin, Fascists argued, had clearly proven that. Mussolini thus rejected the pleasure principle as the driving force of human nature: Fascism denies the materialistic conception of happiness as a possibility […] This means that Fascism denies the equation: well-being = happiness, which sees in men mere animals, content when they can feed and fatten, thus reducing them to a vegetative existence pure and simple. Power depended upon suppressing weakness in the Fascist State. Social Darwinism and american association for papers the advent of nationalism were deeply enticing to many Europeans following the war, and while Social Darwinist principles championed the strength and superiority of majority ethnic groups, they also had a “scientific” basis that argued for survival of the fittest.
Nations that could recover were the thesis, only ones that should recover; in order for Italy to return to Roman glory, the Hobbesian “might is association 2013 right” suggested the way forward. Fascists argued that Italy’s victory meant it was destined for greatness; moreover, the threat of communist revolution united Italians under a common enemy. With the brutality of the Great War and the bloody Russian revolution fresh in the Italians psyche, violence became a tolerable deterrent against socialist uprising. Aggression thus became acceptable in the context of protecting Italy, not the least because so many had grown accustomed to violence. The Fascist “will to power” was central to its ethos and was predicated on a reverse inferiority complex. With Social Darwinism as its “scientific” basis, Fascism conceived “of life as a struggle in which it behooves a man to punctuation and paranthesis, win for himself a really worthy place, first of all by american for papers fitting himself (physically, morally, intellectually) to become the implement required for winning it.” In order to “win” this “worthy place,” action was necessary because inactivity was death. Fascism was anti-democratic and against universal suffrage, asserting the “irremediable and fertile and beneficent inequality of men who cannot be leveled by thinking 2014 any such mechanical and american economic association 2013 extrinsic device as universal suffrage.” In order to combat communists and d.ed assignment socialists i.e. the “enemy within,” Fascism required violence in american association 2013 for papers the form of paramilitary groups ( squadristi) , the true manifestation of the Fascist “will to power.”
According to the preeminent historian Emilio Gentile, squadrismo was the true beginning of the Fascist movement. It used violent militias to quell socialist uprisings, attack strikers and intimidate voters. Critical Exam 2014! Additionally, squadrismo allowed many young men to pursue militaristic ambition, based on american 2013 call the historically successful aspects of Italian glory: order, leadership, and discipline. With its origins in non-urban regions and local politics, squadrismo provided social mobility for lower-class Italians who found a sense of thinking exam, purpose in rising through the ranks. According to Gentile, “Of some thousand Fascist leaders who ran local organizations, 80 per cent came from lower middle class backgrounds.” Thousands of men thus exercised their own will to power as they became spiritually unified in a common Fascist faith. Economic Association For Papers! These men formed within “action squads” led by critical 2014 local “commandants” and obeyed them with strict discipline; whenever the squadristi was called upon, its members were expected to fight. Many young men were attracted to american association call for papers, squadrismo’s solidarity, not the punctuation and paranthesis, least because it was based upon fighting anti-Fascist enemies. Through an economic call Adlerian lens, squadrismo provided a strong-armed solution to the inferiority complex, placing the mirage of writing my future plan, power in the hands of Fascist foot soldiers. The squadristi were responsible to the Nation versus the liberal state, rendering their opponents more than solely political enemies. They fought for Italy and all that it entailed: anyone who disagreed with them also disagreed with Italy’s past, present and future. In this way Fascism ceased to be a political party — it melded a religious faith with the concept of the american economic, State, unifying all of its followers regardless of class, profession or age.
In The Doctrine of critical thinking exam 2014, Fascism , Mussolini wrote: The Fascist State expresses the will to exercise power and to american association 2013 call, command. Here the Roman tradition is embodied in a conception of strength. Imperial power […] is essay thesis not only territorial, or military, or commercial; it is american economic for papers also spiritual and ethical.” Hence, the well being of the individual meant nothing without the well being of the State. Thinking Exam! To secure individual worth, Fascism denied the Enlightenment ideal of individual rights by invoking mission and duty as a means of self-actualization.
By virulently opposing liberalist ideals of individualism, Fascism justified its brutality through the will-to-power creed. American Economic 2013! Mussolini hoped to “[build] up a higher life, founded on duty, a life free from the limitations of time and space, in which the individual […] can achieve purely spiritual existence in d.ed assignment which his value as a man consists.” This higher meaning and purpose was born in the concept of the Fascist State, “an inwardly accepted standard and rule of conduct, a discipline of the whole person [that] permeates the will no less than the intellect […] entering into american for papers, the soul and ruling with undisputed sway.” There is no doubt that the phd thesis, Fascist will to power secured Mussolini’s victory; but in order to maintain supremacy, ethos had to take center stage. THE WILL TO MEANING AND FASCIST PHILOSOPHY. Political manifestos depoliticize their own programs by creating an ethos. The political program thus becomes existential, inseparable from religious sentiments or moralistic concerns. American Association 2013 Call! Mussolini’s The Doctrine of Team Project UpdatE, Fascism, co-written by the Fascist philosopher Giovanni Gentile, remains the american economic call, most comprehensive ideological summary of the Fascist ethos.
With its roots in the 19th century, the doctrine makes a case for Fascism as a way of essay my future, life. The philosophy of Giovanni Gentile is essential to american economic 2013, understanding Fascism. Gentile believed that the Italian victory in the Great War represented “the defeat of all forms of transcendentalism (Catholic, Kantian, and essay plan Marxist) by an immanent form of american 2013 for papers, historical imagination,” which placed the concept of history as firmly belonging to the present.  For Gentile, the paradigm shift following the Great War was not only social or political, but also spiritual. Gentile’s philosophy (Actualism) not only provided an intellectual basis for Fascism, but also championed the proud history of the 19th century philosopher Giuseppe Mazzini, nicknamed “the Beating Heart of Italy.” Mazzini was a cultural icon that helped unify Italy and championed the convergence of “Thought and Action.” The philosopher Gentile wrote of Mazzinian Italy: “It was necessary that this Italy, which was an affair of Project UpdatE, brains only, become also an affair of hearts, become, that is, something serious, something alive.” In the american association 2013, face of destruction, a similar situation arose following the Great War.
The belief in “Thought and Action” thus formed the basis of d.ed assignment, Fascism: “the individual has a law and a purpose in american association call for papers obedience to which and in fulfillment of which he alone attains his true value […] he must make sacrifices, now of personal comfort, now of private interest, now of life itself.” Fascism’s idealistic and sacrificial form demanded the surrender of individual life to the eternal life of the State: “Since the State is a principle, the individual becomes a consequence — he is something which finds an antecedent in the State.” As a political religion Fascism was not limited by the pleasure principle or the will to d.ed assignment, power. It was not only concerned with satisfying these human drives but also with providing a higher purpose and meaning. Although the first two drives were essential to Fascism’s allure, they were sub-groups of the more spiritual notion of Viktor Frankl’s will to meaning. Fascism went beyond satiating human needs: central to its doctrine were rules on how to live. In the same way that Fascism was more than a political ideology, Viktor Frankl’s will to meaning is more than a psychoanalytic theory. While Sigmund Freud and 2013 Alfred Adler were interested in plan what drives human beings, Viktor Frankl was more interested in what defines us. For Viktor Frankl, man is ultimately self-determining.
Whatever he becomes he has made out of himself. Frankl’s theory (logotherapy) does not accept that we are slaves to certain conditions, although he makes clear that the american economic 2013 for papers, Freudian and Adlerian schools are essential sub-groups of his own theory (Frankl equates himself with a dwarf standing on the shoulders of a giant (Freud and essay my future plan Adler) to see a bit farther than the giant himself). What makes us human is our ability to transcend ourselves, which Frankl argues he realized as a prisoner in Auschwitz. “To detach oneself from even the worst conditions is 2013 for papers a uniquely human capability […] what matters is exam not the features of our character or the drives and instincts per association 2013 for papers se, but rather the stand we take toward them.” His “school,” therefore, does not nullify the Project, pleasure principle and the will to power, but rather overarches them. Because man is 2013 not driven by instincts, man cannot simply fulfill the pleasure principle or the will to power and be content. In order to Team, feel fulfilled and american economic become what he is supposed to be (and in the context of metal, suffering in for papers order to d.ed assignment, survive), man must find a purpose greater than himself. The alternative for Frankl is association call for papers a confrontation with nihilism, which he argues is the antithesis to humanity and the true source of neuroses. Meaninglessness comes from what Frankl terms an of eden “existential vaccum,” a phenomenon he believes originated in the twentieth century. “Unlike man in former times, he is no longer told by traditions what he should do. Often he does not even know what he basically wishes to do.” Due to this modern lack of spiritual direction, most humans either conform to existing traditions or submit to the wishes of others in the form of totalitarianism. Humans fear nihilism and seek purpose in myriad ways; but essential to Frankl’s theory is that purpose remains subjective. In order to overcome nihilism, meaning can be derived in three ways: 1) By creating a work or doing a deed; (2) by experiencing something or encountering someone; and (3) by economic the attitude taken toward unavoidable suffering. What is important in Frankl’s theory is not what man expects from life, but rather what life expects of him.
As a prisoner in Auschwitz Frankl came to the conclusion that life questions man and not the thinking, other way around — man is not free from economic for papers, life’s conditions, only in punctuation how he responds. The will to meaning is thus not a drive but rather a need: “What man actually needs is not a tensionless state but rather the american association call, striving and struggling for Team a worthwhile goal, a freely chosen task.” This worthwhile goal is accessible but not guaranteed; man is an animal but is also something more: like an airplane taxiing on a runway, he is not limited to earthly concerns (however, this does not imply that he will always transcend them). If the pleasure principle and the will to power are animalistic drives, Frankl’s will to meaning offers a way out. Freud once remarked, “I have always confined myself to the ground floor and basement of the economic association call, edifice [called man].”  In this sense, Frankl posits a more comprehensive view of the human condition from the top floor of man’s edifice. The sense of meaninglessness and emptiness present in the national psyche of post-war Italy has already been examined. Yet despite Italy’s travails during WWI, the country was victorious. East Of Eden Essay Thesis! In a Franklian sense, Fascism’s initial purpose was to provide meaning in the face of suffering. For Fascist philosophy, victory was proof that Italy would self-actualize — Italy had received its test in blood, “such a test as only war can bring by uniting all citizens in a single thought, a single passion, a single hope […] something transcending private interests.” Fascism’s belief in american association 2013 call war as a unifying force necessitated that the State continue to expand. To validate the victory, Italy had to d.ed assignment, return to regional dominance. “For the american association 2013, Fascist, the State is always in fieri [pending].
It is in our hands, wholly; whence our very serious responsibility towards it.” As a result of punctuation and paranthesis, this responsibility to economic 2013 call for papers, the State, Fascism took hold of the innate need to find purpose in something higher than oneself and proceeded to manipulate it through indoctrination. Instead of allowing the individual to find purpose for herself, Fascism dictated meaning to all. If Viktor Frankl’s theory of the critical thinking 2014, meaning of american economic association 2013 for papers, life was subjective, Mussolini’s was the opposite: the only legitimate meaning or purpose in the Fascist State was the State itself. Fascism was anti-historical materialism, which Mussolini argued saw men as “mere puppets on Project the surface of history.” It virulently opposed a Marxist interpretation of history because it feared the nihilistic implications of history being defined by economic association 2013 call forces out of essay thesis, human control. If class defined the individual, Fascists feared it would lead to meaninglessness — Frankl’s assertion that the “existential vaccum” came into being in the twentieth century can be correlated with the advent of Bolshevism and the fear of a loss of traditional identity and american association call for papers national unity. As a result, Fascist nationalistic sentiment hoped to restore faith through a higher-purpose with a unifying cause. Aside from Italy’s discontent, the turn of the century confronted many Europeans with the metaphoric Death of God. In the aftermath of the Great War, humans were confronted by an enormous and unprecedented loss of human life (close to seventeen million dead). Metal! In addition to this brutal paradigm shift, the renowned scholar Benedict Anderson has argued that nationalism and sovereignty were “born in an age in which Enlightenment and Revolution were destroying the legitimacy of the divinely-ordained, hierarchical dynastic realm.” In an age of violence and economic for papers uncertainty, Italians had a means to survive but had no meaning; Mussolini seized this opportunity to stir nationalist furor by embodying the role of El Duce. Biosorption! Social Darwinist principles perpetuated the “enemy from within” myth and gave many Italians a common (communist) enemy.
Mussolini denied the democratic election of american association 2013, leaders by defining himself and the State as representing the national consciousness — there was no room for d.ed assignment debate because the ethos became tautological: to be Italian meant to be Fascist, and to be Fascist meant to be Italian. The Doctrine of Fascism is deeply religious and philosophical in tone. The text was both progressive and regressive, promising a prosperous future as well as a return to Roman past. American Call For Papers! Mussolini viewed the State as an immortal being whose existence depended upon being served; there was no individual without the thinking exam 2014, State, but the State’s existence depended upon the individual. This empowered citizens to call, place faith in essay my future their leader, “the conscience and the universal, will of man as a historic entity.”Anti-democratic and Socially Darwinist, the leadership elect was based on imagined qualities rather than votes garnered. Humans were inherently unequal, and Italians were ordered to place their faith in Mussolini, “the mightiest because the most ethical, the most coherent, the truest.” Historical and mythical values constituted the secular religion, whose goal was to make the individual and the masses one. Rather than providing options for meaning and purpose, Fascism dictated its creed. Attacking the State was sacrilege, not simply against the State but against history and community. Economic Association Call For Papers! Opposing Fascism was tantamount to opposing Italy as an idea; the dissident thus became a heretic, a threat to existence itself. By rejecting the individual in Project favor of the State, meaning through the State became the only possible purpose in Fascist Italy. The State did not compromise, it did not bargain, it did not “surrender any portion of economic for papers, its field to Team Project UpdatE, other moral or religious principles which may interfere with the individual conscience.” The individual was the State and vice versa; Italy was more than a race or a geographical area, it was a people self-actualized through obeisance to american economic 2013, Mussolini.
Giovanni Gentile argued that Fascism had even found a solution to Team Project, the paradox of liberty and american economic association call for papers authority: since the essay thesis, State only came into being through Italian consciousness (i.e. it had to believed in) the State’s authority was a representation of the collective will; and although the Fascist State was antecedent to the individual, it was the american economic association, individual’s belief in the State that brought the State into being. Writing! “The State exists only as, and in american economic so far as, the citizen causes it to exist. Its formation therefore is the formation of d.ed assignment, a consciousness of it in individuals, in the masses.” Individual Italians could thus pursue the pleasure principle or the will to power as long as it was in economic 2013 call for papers accordance with the Fascist ethos. In this way, Fascism justified expansionism, racism, genocide and essay brutality as an extension of the general will. The major difference between a Franklian will to american economic call, meaning and punctuation and paranthesis the Fascist will to economic 2013, meaning is the difference between freely chosen purpose and imposed purpose. Frankl maintains that each individual must pursue his own meaning lest she conform or submit to totalitarianism; in effect, indoctrination has no place in his theory. The attempt to establish faith, hope, or love as universal truths is manipulative and d.ed assignment dishonest; furthermore, it objectifies and reifies what in effect are immutable human phenomena. And yet, although Frankl’s theory is humanistic and american association 2013 for papers optimistic, fundamentally opposed to totalitarianism, Social Darwinism, and violent expressions of the will to power, it leaves room for the opposite d.ed assignment, spectrum of the human condition. This inherent ambiguity in Frankl’s theory — that the meaning of life is subjective — serves as an explanation as well as a warning of what the will to meaning can entail. For this, Frankl offers a warning rather than a prescription: “Wouldn’t it suffice just to refer to decent people? It is true that they form a minority. More than that, they always will remain a minority. […] So, let us be alert.” Of course most Fascists were neither despicable nor irrational human beings — to blame them for their beliefs is juvenile and american association call myopic. Metal! The Fascist party ruled for twenty-one years for a variety of reasons, both political and social, but it maintained power because it tapped into the complex reservoir of the will to meaning and the human condition.
To believe that an entire Nation could simply be duped into submission distances the historian from the very real human potential to succumb to a dictated will to meaning. It is not easy to find individual purpose because it is not easy to assume individual responsibility. Following the Great War, many Italians were faced with questions that did not seem to have any answers. The loss of human life, the american economic, economic and political crises, and post-war disillusionment posed myriad problems for the war-torn nation. In the face of writing my future, so much suffering, it is not hard to recognize why Italians looked for a solution to their “infantile helplessness.” How Italians responded to american 2013, the crisis dictated their future, and through coercion and manipulation Fascism dictated. As Frankl often argued, when faced with adversity it is much easier to follow or succumb to another’s wishes than to respond to life as an individual; yet we must respond to life’s questions by being responsible for our own existence. Because Fascism equated individual existence with the State’s existence, it was able to provide a philosophical basis for the meaning of life. While in Project UpdatE its nacent stages Fascism sought to satiate the most basic of human drives, as a political religion it provided something more. Through manipulation of the pleasure principle and the will to power it gained footing; and through manipulation of the will to meaning it established itself as an ethos. Economic Call For Papers! This is not to say that Fascism was inevitable (the First World War devastated many countries that did not become fascist) but it is to say that Fascism attracted educated Europeans less than one hundred years ago.
That it happened in Italy is critical 2014 important, but to dismiss Fascism as an Italian phenomenon neglects the reality and malleability of the human condition. For Freud, our inability to economic for papers, confront the external world’s travails causes us to avoid suffering at critical thinking 2014, all costs, which helps explain Fascism’s initial popular appeal. According to Alfred Adler, from the moment we are born we suffer from an inferiority complex, which causes us to constantly try and prove-our self worth. Squadrismo and the Fascist “will to power” allowed many to economic 2013 call for papers, transcend their own-shortcomings by facilitating a will to power and a sense of self-worth. Finally, Frankl’s theory posits that human beings are affected by the “pleasure principle” and the “will to power,” but that these drives do not define us. It is possible to transcend the self because self-transcendence makes us human. Although Fascism promised self-transcendence through a belief in biosorption the State, it trammeled the individual pursuit of purpose by dictating a singular cause. American Association 2013! If it initially succeeded in punctuation and paranthesis satiating Freudian and Adlerian drives, Fascism was unable to maintain purpose because meaning cannot be dictated, resulting in catastrophe and the destruction of the State.  Viktor E. Frankl, The Will To Meaning ( New York: Meridian, 1988), 15.
 For a concise overview of underlying instability in pre-war Italy, see Stephen J. Lee, “Dictatorship in Italy” in European Dictatorships 1918-1945 , third edition (London: Routledge, 2008), 122-132.  Claudio Fogu, “Fascism and Philosophy: The Case of association call, Actualism,” South Central Review 23, no. 1 (Spring 2006): 17.  Lee, “Dictatorship in Italy,” 125.  Giovanna Proccaci, “The Disaster at punctuation, Caporetto,” ch. 5 in american economic 2013 call for papers Disastro! Disasters in east of eden Italy Since 1860: Culture, Politics, Society , edited by John Dickie, John Foot and Frank M. Snowden (London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2002), 154.
 Sigmund Freud, Civilization and Its Discontents ( New York: W.W. Norton Company, 1989), 23.  Freud, Civilization and its Discontents, 21. American Association 2013 Call For Papers! “I cannot think of essay my future, any need in childhood as strong as the need for a father’s protection. Thus the part played by the oceanic feeling […] The origin of the american 2013 for papers, religious attitude can be traced in clear outlines as far as the feeling of infantile helplessness.”  Sigmund Freud, The Future of an Illusion , edited by James Strachey (New York: W.W. Of Eden Essay! Norton Company, 1989), 22.  Lee, “Dictatorship in Italy,” 129.  Lee, “Dictatorship in Italy,” 130.
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Guide to the Classics: Michel de Montaigne’s Essay. Montaigne: his free-ranging essays were almost scandalous in their day. Etienne Dumonstier/Wikimedia Commons. When Michel de Montaigne retired to american 2013 his family estate in 1572, aged 38, he tells us that he wanted to write his famous Essays as a distraction for his idle mind. He neither wanted nor expected people beyond his circle of friends to thinking exam 2014 be too interested. His Essays’ preface almost warns us off: Reader, you have here an honest book; … in writing it, I have proposed to myself no other than a domestic and private end. I have had no consideration at all either to your service or to my glory … Thus, reader, I myself am the matter of association call for papers my book: there’s no reason that you should employ your leisure upon thinking so frivolous and vain a subject. Association For Papers? Therefore farewell. The ensuing, free-ranging essays, although steeped in classical poetry, history and punctuation and paranthesis, philosophy, are unquestionably something new in the history of Western thought.
They were almost scandalous for their day. No one before Montaigne in economic 2013 call the Western canon had thought to devote pages to Project subjects as diverse and seemingly insignificant as “Of Smells”, “Of the Custom of Wearing Clothes”, “Of Posting” (letters, that is), “Of Thumbs” or “Of Sleep” — let alone reflections on the unruliness of the male appendage, a subject which repeatedly concerned him. French philosopher Jacques Ranciere has recently argued that modernism began with the opening up of the mundane, private and american 2013 call for papers, ordinary to artistic treatment. Modern art no longer restricts its subject matters to critical thinking exam classical myths, biblical tales, the battles and dealings of Princes and prelates. French philosopher, Jacques Ranciere. Annette Bozorgan/Wikimedia Commons. If Ranciere is american economic, right, it could be said that Montaigne’s 107 Essays, each between several hundred words and east, (in one case) several hundred pages, came close to economic association 2013 call for papers inventing modernism in the late 16th century. Montaigne frequently apologizes for writing so much about himself.
He is only a second rate politician and one-time Mayor of Bourdeaux, after all. With an almost Socratic irony, he tells us most about his own habits of writing in the essays titled “Of Presumption”, “Of Giving the Lie”, “Of Vanity”, and writing my future plan, “Of Repentance”. But the message of this latter essay is, quite simply, that non, je ne regrette rien , as a more recent French icon sang: Were I to american economic association 2013 for papers live my life over again, I should live it just as I have lived it; I neither complain of the past, nor do I fear the future; and if I am not much deceived, I am the same within that I am without…I have seen the grass, the blossom, and thesis, the fruit, and now see the withering; happily, however, because naturally. Montaigne’s persistence in assembling his extraordinary dossier of american association call stories, arguments, asides and observations on nearly everything under the sun (from how to parley with an enemy to whether women should be so demure in matters of sex, has been celebrated by writing plan, admirers in nearly every generation. Within a decade of american 2013 call for papers his death, his Essays had left their mark on Bacon and Shakespeare. He was a hero to the enlighteners Montesquieu and Diderot. Voltaire celebrated Montaigne – a man educated only by his own reading, his father and his childhood tutors – as “the least methodical of all philosophers, but the metal biosorption phd thesis wisest and most amiable”.
Nietzsche claimed that the very existence of Montaigne’s Essays added to the joy of living in this world. More recently, Sarah Bakewell’s charming engagement with Montaigne, How to Live or a Life of Montaigne in One Question and Twenty Attempts at an Answer (2010) made the best-sellers’ lists. Even today’s initiatives in american economic association for papers teaching philosophy in d.ed assignment schools can look back to Montaigne (and his “On the Education of Children”) as a patron saint or sage . So what are these Essays, which Montaigne protested were indistinguishable from their author? (“My book and I go hand in hand together”). It’s a good question. Anyone who tries to read the Essays systematically soon finds themselves overwhelmed by the sheer wealth of examples, anecdotes, digressions and american association 2013, curios Montaigne assembles for our delectation, often without more than the hint of critical thinking 2014 a reason why. To open the book is to venture into a world in which fortune consistently defies expectations; our senses are as uncertain as our understanding is prone to 2013 call error; opposites turn out very often to my future plan be conjoined (“the most universal quality is diversity”); even vice can lead to virtue.
Many titles seem to have no direct relation to their contents. Nearly everything our author says in economic association one place is qualified, if not overturned, elsewhere. Without pretending to untangle all of the knots of this “book with a wild and desultory plan”, let me tug here on a couple of Montaigne’s threads to invite and Team UpdatE, assist new readers to find their own way. Philosophy (and writing) as a way of life. Some scholars argued that Montaigne began writing his essays as a want-to-be Stoic, hardening himself against the horrors of the French civil and religious wars, and his grief at the loss of his best friend Etienne de La Boetie through dysentery. Did Montaigne turn to the Stoic school of philosophy to deal with the horrors of war? Edouard Debat-Ponsan/Wikimedia Commons.
Certainly, for Montaigne, as for ancient thinkers led by his favorites, Plutarch and the Roman Stoic Seneca, philosophy was not solely about association call, constructing theoretical systems, writing books and articles. Project UpdatE? It was what one more recent admirer of Montaigne has called “a way of american economic call life”. Montaigne has little time for forms of pedantry that value learning as a means to insulate scholars from the world, rather than opening out onto it. He writes: Either our reason mocks us or it ought to have no other aim but our contentment. We are great fools. ‘He has passed over his life in idleness,’ we say: ‘I have done nothing today.’ What? have you not lived? that is metal biosorption, not only the fundamental, but the american economic association 2013 most illustrious of all your occupations. One feature of the Essays is, accordingly, Montaigne’s fascination with the daily doings of Team Project men like Socrates and economic 2013, Cato the Younger; two of exam 2014 those figures revered amongst the ancients as wise men or “sages”.
Their wisdom, he suggests, was chiefly evident in the lives they led (neither wrote a thing). American Association 2013 For Papers? In particular, it was proven by the nobility each showed in metal facing their deaths. Socrates consented serenely to taking hemlock, having been sentenced unjustly to death by economic association for papers, the Athenians. Cato stabbed himself to death after having meditated upon metal Socrates’ example, in order not to cede to Julius Caesar’s coup d’etat . To achieve such “philosophic” constancy, Montaigne saw, requires a good deal more than book learning. Indeed, everything about 2013 call for papers, our passions and, above all, our imagination, speaks against achieving that perfect tranquillity the classical thinkers saw as the highest philosophical goal. We discharge our hopes and fears, very often, on the wrong objects, Montaigne notes, in an observation that anticipates the thinking of Freud and modern psychology. Always, these emotions dwell on 2014, things we cannot presently change. Sometimes, they inhibit our ability to see and deal in a supple way with the changing demands of life. Philosophy, in this classical view, involves a retraining of our ways of thinking, seeing and being in the world.
Montaigne’s earlier essay “To philosophise is to economic association call learn how to die” is perhaps the clearest exemplar of east of eden thesis his indebtedness to this ancient idea of philosophy. Yet there is a strong sense in which all of the for papers Essays are a form of what one 20th century author has dubbed “self-writing”: an ethical exercise to “strengthen and enlighten” Montaigne’s own judgement, as much as that of we readers: And though nobody should read me, have I wasted time in entertaining myself so many idle hours in east thesis so pleasing and useful thoughts? … I have no more made my book than my book has made me: it is a book consubstantial with the american economic association 2013 call for papers author, of a peculiar design, a parcel of my life… As for the seeming disorder of the product, and Montaigne’s frequent claims that he is playing the fool, this is arguably one more feature of the Essays that reflects his Socratic irony. Montaigne wants to leave us with some work to do and scope to find our own paths through the east essay thesis labyrinth of his thoughts, or alternatively, to economic association 2013 call for papers bobble about on their diverting surfaces. Yet Montaigne’s Essays, for all of their classicism and their idiosyncrasies, are rightly numbered as one of the founding texts of modern thought. Their author keeps his own prerogatives, even as he bows deferentially before the altars of ancient heroes like Socrates, Cato, Alexander the Great or the Theban general Epaminondas. There is a good deal of the Christian, Augustinian legacy in Montaigne’s makeup. And of all the philosophers, he most frequently echoes ancient sceptics like Pyrrho or Carneades who argued that we can know almost nothing with certainty. This is especially true concerning the “ultimate questions” the Catholics and Huguenots of Montaigne’s day were bloodily contesting. Michel de Montaigne.
Wikimedia Commons. Writing in a time of cruel sectarian violence, Montaigne is exam 2014, unconvinced by the ageless claim that having a dogmatic faith is necessary or especially effective in assisting people to love their neighbors: Between ourselves, I have ever observed supercelestial opinions and american economic 2013, subterranean manners to be of singular accord… This scepticism applies as much to and paranthesis the pagan ideal of economic call a perfected philosophical sage as it does to theological speculations. Socrates’ constancy before death, Montaigne concludes, was simply too demanding for most people, almost superhuman. As for Cato’s proud suicide, Montaigne takes liberty to doubt whether it was as much the biosorption phd thesis product of Stoic tranquility, as of a singular turn of mind that could take pleasure in such extreme virtue.
Indeed when it comes to his essays “Of Moderation” or “Of Virtue”, Montaigne quietly breaks the ancient mold. Instead of celebrating the feats of the world’s Catos or Alexanders, here he lists example after example of american call people moved by their sense of transcendent self-righteousness to acts of murderous or suicidal excess. Even virtue can become vicious, these essays imply, unless we know how to moderate our own presumptions. If there is metal, one form of argument Montaigne uses most often, it is the sceptical argument drawing on economic association 2013 call, the disagreement amongst even the d.ed assignment wisest authorities. If human beings could know if, say, the soul was immortal, with or without the body, or dissolved when we die…then the american association wisest people would all have come to the same conclusions by UpdatE, now, the argument goes. Yet even the “most knowing” authorities disagree about such things, Montaigne delights in showing us. The existence of american 2013 call for papers such “an infinite confusion” of opinions and customs ceases to be the problem, for d.ed assignment, Montaigne.
It points the way to a new kind of solution, and could in fact enlighten us. Documenting such manifold differences between customs and opinions is, for him, an education in humility: Manners and opinions contrary to mine do not so much displease as instruct me; nor so much make me proud as they humble me. His essay “Of Cannibals” for instance, presents all of the different aspects of American Indian culture, as known to Montaigne through travellers’ reports then filtering back into Europe. For the most part, he finds these “savages’” society ethically equal, if not far superior, to that of war-torn France’s — a perspective that Voltaire and Rousseau would echo nearly 200 years later. We are horrified at american association 2013 call for papers, the prospect of metal biosorption phd thesis eating our ancestors.
Yet Montaigne imagines that from the Indians’ perspective, Western practices of cremating our deceased, or burying their bodies to american 2013 call be devoured by the worms must seem every bit as callous. And while we are at it, Montaigne adds that consuming people after they are dead seems a good deal less cruel and inhumane than torturing folk we don’t even know are guilty of any crime whilst they are still alive… Voltaire celebrated Montaigne as one of the wisest and most amiable philosophers. Nicolas de Largillierre/Wikimedia Commons. “So what is left then?”, the reader might ask, as Montaigne undermines one presumption after another, and piles up exceptions like they had become the only rule. A very great deal , is the answer. Of Eden? With metaphysics, theology, and the feats of godlike sages all under a “suspension of economic 2013 call for papers judgment”, we become witnesses as we read the and paranthesis Essays to a key document in the modern revaluation and valorization of everyday life. There is, for instance, Montaigne’s scandalously demotic habit of american association 2013 call interlacing words, stories and punctuation, actions from his neighbors, the local peasants (and peasant women) with examples from the greats of Christian and pagan history.
As he writes: I have known in my time a hundred artisans, a hundred laborers, wiser and more happy than the 2013 for papers rectors of the university, and Team, whom I had much rather have resembled. By the end of the Essays, Montaigne has begun openly to suggest that, if tranquillity, constancy, bravery, and honor are the goals the wise hold up for us, they can all be seen in much greater abundance amongst the american economic 2013 call for papers salt of the earth than amongst the rich and UpdatE, famous: I propose a life ordinary and without lustre: ‘tis all one…To enter a breach, conduct an embassy, govern a people, are actions of renown; to…laugh, sell, pay, love, hate, and american association 2013 call, gently and justly converse with our own families and with ourselves…not to give our selves the lie, that is rarer, more difficult and less remarkable… And so we arrive with these last Essays at east of eden essay, a sentiment better known today from another philosopher, Friedrich Nietzsche, the author of A Gay Science (1882) . Montaigne’s closing essays repeat the avowal that: “I love a gay and economic association 2013 call, civil wisdom…” But in contrast to d.ed assignment his later Germanic admirer, the music here is less Wagner or Beethoven than it is Mozart (as it were), and american economic, Montaigne’s spirit much less agonized than gently serene. It was Voltaire, again, who said that life is a tragedy for metal phd thesis, those who feel, and american economic call, a comedy for those who think. Montaigne adopts and admires the and paranthesis comic perspective. As he writes in economic call for papers “Of Experience”: It is not of and paranthesis much use to go upon stilts, for, when upon stilts, we must still walk with our legs; and when seated upon the most elevated throne in the world, we are still perched on 2013 call for papers, our own bums. Matthew Sharpe is an metal phd thesis Associate Professor in Philosophy at Deakin University.
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