My research explores the intersection of rhetoric, identity, and aggression in digital spaces. My dissertation examined Internet memes, collective identities, and haters to uncover ways to resist and counter online aggressions—particularly those surrounding gender identity—in digital spaces.
Dr. Erika is a very dedicated and passionate professional in her field as a therapist and psychologist. She is a great team player and is always willing to help her colleagues. She will be a great.
ERIKA TORRES, PHD I leverage human-centered behavioral and cognitive research to design meaningful products, programs and services.About Dr. Erika Torres PhD is a female psychiatrist in San Jose, CA with over 9 years of experience.Erika L. Kirgios is a third-year PhD student in the Decision Processes group. Prior to her doctoral studies at Wharton, she graduated summa cum laude from Princeton University with a BA in Computer Science, and minors in Cognitive Science and Neuroscience. Erika’s research primarily falls into two streams of work: the first centers on race and gender inequality, and the second on charitable.
PhD study discusses how location, emission height and other factors have an effect on human health impacts and related costs. It is suggested that a more comprehensive way is used to internalise health-related externalities in energy system modelling.Read More
Graduate Research currently being undertaken Nina Nichols, PhD Scholar The role of an Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service in improving employment outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in remote Cape York, Queensland. Talia Avrahamzon, PhD Scholar How is a child's readiness to engage in reconciliation constructed?Read More
Lourdes Valencia Torres, BSc Division of Psychiatry School of Community Health Sciences Faculty of Medicine University of Nottingham A thesis submitted to the University of Nottingham for the degree of PhD in the Faculty of Medicine October, 2011.Read More
Overview. Prof. Eriko Takano has an internationally leading position in the field of small signalling molecules in Streptomyces coelicolor, the model organism of the major group of commercial antibiotic producers.She has been working in both industrial and academic Streptomyces research for 26 years. She studied pharmacy at Kitasato University, School of Pharmacy, Tokyo, Japan.Read More
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children are disproportionately represented in the statutory child protection system in Queensland and across Australia. A strategy gaining traction to address this disproportionate representation is to recruit more Indigenous practitioners into child protection work. However, the experiences of Indigenous people who undertake child protection work have.Read More
A PhD may be undertaken by three different means: Traditional PhD: A PhD candidate’s work is assessed on the basis of a c. 100,000 word thesis. PhD by Publication: A PhD candidate’s work is assessed on the basis of the submission of a thesis (c. 50,000 words) containing a number of papers written up as journal articles. PhD by Creative Project.Read More
Jacobson, Erika (2014) Theatre of the oppressed and the transformative practitioner: An aesthetic of presence, motivation and reflection. PhD thesis, Murdoch University. This list was generated on Sun Jul 12 04:54:28 2020 UTC.Read More
The current thesis aims to build knowledge about underlying factors that may contribute to the adverse outcomes of Tongan youth living in New Zealand and Australia. Compared to the Pacific Island and the general New Zealand youth, Tongan youth.Read More
The Master of Science in Biostatistics is designed for students interested in applying statistical methods to the design and analysis of biomedical research and clinical investigations data. The program focuses on the theory of biostatistics, data analytic methods, experimental design (including the design, conduct and analysis of clinical trials), statistical methods in human genetics.Read More
The alarming morbidity and mortality data of a largely preventable disease, as well as the thought-provoking results of the first stage of the present dissertation (demonstrating considerable gaps in Hungarian adolescents’ knowledge) led us to the recognition of the urgent need for well-designed, HPV-focused educational interventions.Read More