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(2012-06-27)Overweight and obesity in childhood have tripled since 1980 and currently stand at 30% and 17% among 2-19-year-olds (Ogden et al., 2010), respectively. Excess fat mass in childhood is a strong predictor of obesity in ...
(2012-02-06)“Music and Entertainment in Post-Soviet Kazakhstani Holidays: Ideology and Legacy” My dissertation examines the interplay between ideology and entertainment as reflected in the holiday cycle of post-Soviet Kazakhstan. ...
(2010)Along with many other non-Muslim individuals on campus at the University of Illinois, I know that I may have misconceptions about Islam. Much of my opinions concerning Muslims are influenced by the media and popular culture, ...
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(2011-08-25)LGB teens’ feelings, desires, and physical attractions run contrary to the heteronormative standards of American society. As such, LGB youth often experience feelings of sadness and dejection that can lead to depression ...
Surveillance of audience labor using new media: Three innovations of television broadcast networks (iSchools, 2013-02)In response to the proliferation of channels, the growth of the Internet, and the availability of time-shifting and advertisement-blocking technologies, how are television broadcast networks using new media innovations to ...