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  • City People 

    Dean, Gabrielle; Thomas, Christina (The Sheridan Libraries, Johns Hopkins University, 2019)
  • Housing Insecurities and Homelessness Issues of USC Students: International Students Partnership Opportunities 

    Jung, Eun Gyo (2018-12)
    This policy proposal presents the homelessness and housing insecurity issues amongst USC students to Dr. Wanda Austin, President of the University of Southern California. This policy memorandum is heavily based on government ...
  • Heart Analytics: Analytical Modeling of Cardiovascular Care 

    Tinglong Dai; Kelly Gleason; Chao-Wei Hwang; Patricia Davidson
    Cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) are the leading cause of death and disability both in the United States and worldwide. Despite high morbidity, mortality, and cost in the US and global healthcare systems, cardiovascular care ...
  • Communication style of intercultural communicators: A comparative analysis of two sermon interpreters 

    Lee, June; 0000-0001-6463-3884 (Johns Hopkins UniversityUSA, 2019-09-16)
    As globalization accelerates, intercultural communication becomes essential in all aspects of society. The linguistic and cultural barriers that hinder communication require the involvement of interpreters who play a key ...
  • The Long Red Thread 

    Kondik, Kyle (Johns Hopkins UniversityUSA, 2019-09-09)
    This history of U.S. House elections from 1964-2018 examines how Democratic dominance in the House prior to 1994 gave way to a Republican advantage in the years following the GOP takeover. Nationalization, partisan ...

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