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    2024 Men's Volleyball Team Guide

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    Just Kids: Youth Activism and Rhetorical Agency

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    Introduction: Activism, agency, and the temporality of childhood -- Agency as embodied: durable activism for peace -- Agency as perspectival : vulnerable undocumented activism -- Agency as capacity : disruptive activism for gun reform -- Conclusion: Reflecting on activism and age

    The effect of sex and mating opportunity on ecological immunity in Brood X cicadas, data, supplemental data

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    Grassroots Activisms: Public Rhetorics in Localized Contexts

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    Introduction: Valuing, learning from, and amplifying grassroots activisms / Sarah Warren-Riley, Julie Collins Bates, and Lisa L. Phillips -- Copwatching, police reform, and grassroots action : positioning video within strategies of rhetorical intervention on the street / Michael Knievel -- Nacogdoches accountability coalition : challenges to grassroots organizing in deep East Texas / Heather K. Olson Beal -- Behind the still life image : the word and Fannie Lou Hamer's activist impulses / Coretta M. Pittman -- "Creating a longer table' : a conversation about diversity in grassroots labor organizing / Ericka Wills -- Engaging the (counter)public through digital activism : a case study of the TFsUnite Protest / Rebecca Hallman Martini -- Mobilizing grassroots rhetorics for reproductive justice : a Q&A with Sara Finger, Executive Director of the Wisconsin Alliance for Women's Health / Maria Novotny -- Resisting extraction of the sacred : Indigenous-based grassroots resistance to frontier capitalism / Luhui Whitebear, Kenlea Pebbles, and Stephen P. Gasteyer -- Community gardening, food insecurity, and writing pedagogy : connecting classroom, campus, and city / Vani Kannan and Leah Lillanna Johnney -- The energy of place in Florida Springs activism / Madison Jones -- La conexión : advocating for Latinx immigrants in Northwest Ohio / April Conway -- Off the wall : the performance of graffiti and vandal art in grassroots movements / Angela Mitchell -- Urban affairs coalition : fifty years of organizational organizing in Philadelphia / Kalie M. Mayberry -- #RageAgainstRape : Nepali women's transnational assemblage and networked performances against rape / Sweta Baniya -- Organizing for action's legacy : building capacity through personal stories and local networks / Erica M. Stone -- Kairos, communities, and writing for DACA advocacy in Memphis / Alison A. Lukowski and Jeffrey Gross -- Voices from the anti-racist pedagogy collective : individual exigencies and collective actions / Molly Appel, Laura Decker, Rachel Herzl-Betz, Jollina Simpson, Katherine A. Durante, Rosemary Q. Flores, and Marian Azab -- Vernacular assessment activity in local community organizing / Joe Cirio -- Enacting invitational rhetorics : leveraging networks of care in the US asylum process / Monica Reyes, Randall Monty, Jorge M. Camarillo, and Cindy Bernal -- A counterstory afterword in vignettes : quisieron enterrarnos, pero se les olvido que somos semillas / Aja Y. Martinez

    Caribbean American Narratives of Belonging

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    Performing Caribbean Americanness -- A vision of belonging in political campaign books and civic memoirs -- "Big citizens" and public advocacy -- Picturing Caribbean American childhoods -- Education, love, and belonging in young adult fiction -- Miles Morales as multimodal Caribbean American superhero -- Visualizing belonging -- Staging Caribbean American lives in the shadow of West Side Story -- Conclusion: Aspirational whiteness and the limits of belonging.Item embargoed for five year

    Implementation of a Cognitive Behavioral Skill Building Program to Improve Well-Being in Nurse Managers

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    Background: The American Organization for Nursing Leadership study (2021) found that nurse managers are experiencing high levels of stress which is negatively impacting their well-being. Purpose: The purpose of this project was to implement a cognitive behavioral skill building program for nurse managers to improve well-being. Methods: The population was 22 nurse managers who work in an acute care setting in a midwestern pediatric hospital. The MINDBODYSTRONG program was implemented using a virtual platform with one session per week for a 7-week period. Outcome measures were perceived stress, job satisfaction, overall health, intent to leave, and program evaluation. Data collection was completed via survey one week prior to implementation and one week after program completion. Survey tools used were the 4-item Perceived Stress Scale (PSS-4), 7-item Job Satisfaction Scale (JSS), overall health question from the RAND 36-Item Short Form Health Survey (SF-36), Intent to Leave questions and a program evaluation. Results: There were no statistically significant differences between pre- and post-survey scores for perceived stress, job satisfaction, overall health, or intent to leave scores. There were large and medium effect sizes for single items on the PSS-4 and JSS. Program evaluations showed that one hundred percent of participants felt the program was helpful. Conclusion: Clinical significance of the program was demonstrated with impact on perceived stress and job satisfaction as measures of well-being. Participants reported the program was beneficial on the program evaluation. Further analysis of qualitative themes from the program evaluation is recommended to evaluate the impact of the program.A one-year embargo was granted for this item

    Pharmacokinetics of tomato steroidal alkaloids in healthy human adults following the consumption of two doses of tomato juice

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    Poster Division: Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences (FAES): 1st Place (The Ohio State University Edward F. Hayes Advanced Research Forum)A one-year embargo was granted for this item

    Machine Learning and Data Analysis to Improve Vocational Rehabilitation Placement

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    Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities provides Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) services to individuals with disabilities, helping participants find meaningful and accessible employment. Although Ohio has the third-largest number of apprentices in the country, there are no documented VR participants in apprenticeship programs. By analyzing VR data and apprenticeship data, my research seeks to find overlapping trends in the datasets. I matched the VR and apprenticeship data by their common variable of occupation code. I explored the demographics of participants in both programs, identified top apprenticeship occupations and programs in each region, and did a preliminary machine learning cluster analysis. From the results of the cluster analysis, apprentices and VR participants each group together in different industry/geographic clusters. However, further research with additional variables could improve the richness of cluster analysis. My results also show there are VR participants who would be good candidates for apprenticeship programs based on their geographic location and job goals. Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities are now incorporating these findings into their process of identifying apprenticeships for VR participants.Academic Major: Public Policy AnalysisAcademic Major: Political Scienc

    The Story of Fictional Truth: Realism from the Death to the Rise of the Novel

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    Introduction: Literary history and the theory of reflexive realism -- From digressions to intrusions : the historical paradox of authorial commentary -- Against sympathy : the self-examining heroine and the origins of free indirect discourse -- Interiority and the end of consciousness : from the conduct scene to the sex scene -- Dying to tell about it : the autothanatographic impulse of first-person narration -- Beyond the threshold : accounting for the self as other -- Conclusion: The exhaustion of fictionality : metamodernism and the (auto)fictional pact.Item embargoed for five year

    Beat the Stigma: Examining Effectiveness of the Ohio Opioid Alliance Campaign in Reducing Stigma Against Alcohol Addiction

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    One of the biggest barriers to treatment when it comes to addiction is the stigma that surrounds it. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), one in seven Americans aged 12 or older reports experiencing a substance use disorder (SUD). Moreover, people who perceive high stigma around SUDs are half as likely to receive help (Volkow et al., 2021). To combat this, the Ohio Opioid Alliance launched a campaign to reduce the stigma against those with SUDs. This study analyzed the effects of exposure to the campaign by conducting a secondary data analysis. Specifically, I examined how exposure to the campaign was associated with stigma levels and the likelihood of supporting close friends or immediate family members with SUDs in getting treatment. The analysis found that exposure to the campaign correlated with a reduction in stigma towards those with SUDs, which was, in turn, associated with increased willingness to engage in supportive behaviors for treatment. Exposure to the campaign accounted for 3.2% of the variance in the level of reported stigma. Together, level of stigma and exposure to the campaign accounted for 2.4% of the variance in the likelihood to support treatment for immediate family and close friends with SUDs. Future research can explore other variables that impact stigma and support for treatment, as well as look at the differences in helping family through treatment versus helping friends through treatment.Ohio Opioid Education AllianceNo embargoAcademic Major: Psycholog


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