Department of Interdisciplinary Studies

Department of Interdisciplinary Studies

Recent Submissions

  • Huey, Marcy Rayburn (University of Alabama Libraries, 2016)
    The increased calls for an improved academic safety culture currently being issued by regulatory organizations outlines a very prescriptive approach to addressing safety in colleges and universities. This study focused on ...
  • Franklin, Dorothy Duggar (University of Alabama Libraries, 2016)
    This research utilized an interdisciplinary qualitative approach to inquiry that requires border-crossing as its methodology for discovery in order to fully understand the lived experience of the Jews of Cuba. The study ...
  • Parsons, Caroline Sue (University of Alabama Libraries, 2015)
    Learning spaces can provide a site for social change by influencing student development and communication in colleges and universities. During a time when teaching, learning, and technology is changing rapidly, researchers ...
  • Kirkpatrick, Billy Daniel (University of Alabama Libraries, 2014)
    As the HIV/AIDS epidemic continues to impact the American South, funding, services, and outreach for those affected by the disease is at a premium. Effective advocacy is critical not only to support people living with ...
  • Gemechu, Taddese Lencho (University of Alabama Libraries, 2013)
    Ethiopia used income taxes as one of the principal sources of domestic government revenue since the beginning of modern taxation in the 1940s. The Ethiopian income tax system is "schedular" in structure and orientation, ...
  • Cybulsky, Matthew Paul Michael (University of Alabama Libraries, 2013)
    In two pilot studies, and two full studies, I examined the use of two social influence tactics: 1) normative cues and 2) default option messaging in billing correspondence and its effect on patient compliance with medical ...