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    • Harper v. Poway Unified School District: The Wrong Path to the Right Outcome? 

      Perlaky, Mark A. (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 2007-07)
      A case note looking at the case of Harper v. Poway Unified School District, where a high school student wished to wear a t-shirt to school that was derogatory towards homosexual students and was met with discipline by ...
    • Harry Potter and the Plight of Translation 

      LeSage, Rachel R., 1995-- (Northern Illinois University, 2017-05-04)
      With global works, there is always a possibility of elements being perceived differently by each culture. The purpose of this study was to determine to what extent linguistic differences in the translations of Harry Potter ...
    • Harsh Parenting Beliefs as Related to Demographic Factors 

      Phelps, Melanie J., 1995-- (Northern Illinois University, 2016)
      Parents differ in the extent to which they believe harsh parenting behaviors are beneficial for their children. This study examined whether parents’ demographic factors (e.g., ethnicity, marital status, educational attainment, ...
    • Has Bennis v. Michigan Made Asset Forfeiture Too Easy? 

      Labedz, Ronald F. (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 1997-05)
      This note examines the historical justifications of asset forfeiture as well as the justifications behind its more recent uses. The note begins by analyzing the rationale of precedents that have upheld asset forfeiture ...
    • Have Kids, Might Travel: The Need for a New Roadmap in Illinois Relocation Cases 

      Cagle, Lance (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 2005-05)
      The issue of child custody relocation continues to be a source of controversy and contention nationwide, as state legislatures and courts have struggled to determine the difficult question of whether, and under what ...
    • Hawaii's struggle for annexation 

      Garrigan, Frank (Northern Illinois University, 1964)
      The Hawaiian Islands have long played an important role in the history of the United States. In December, 1842, the Hawaiian king sent his emissaries to America for the purpose of requesting that the United States formally ...
    • Hawaiian contemporary slack key 

      Lee, David X. (Northern Illinois University, 2004)
    • `He Forgot' : Young Children's Use of Cognitive Explanations for Another Person's Mistakes 

      Pillow, Bradford H.; Lovett, Suzanne B. (Wayne State University Press, 1998-07)
      Children, ages 4 and 5 years, and adults were asked (a) to explain a story character's incorrect search for a desired object, and (b) to explain the source of the character's ignorance or false belief concerning the ...
    • The headless cobbler of Smallett Cave : the origin and growth of a Douglas County, Missouri, legend 

      Haden, Walter Darrell (Northern Illinois University, 1965)
      Beginning its second century, the legend of the Headless Cobbler of this study is an etiological tale dependent for its existence upon the geographic features of Smallett Cave in Springcreek Township of Douglas County, ...
    • Heads Up!: The Baseball Facility Liability Act 

      Tierney, Ted J. (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 1998-07)
      This comment examines law regarding spectator injury at baseball games. The Baseball Facility Liability Act, which was enacted by the Illinois legislature to prevent spectators from recovering damages for injuries suffered ...
    • Healing through symbols : historical continuity of shamanism in Siberia 

      Yamin, Susan (Northern Illinois University, 1998)
      This thesis investigated the nature of the shamanic healing system in Siberia and examined the changes it has undergone during the Soviet era. The purpose of this work was to analyze the symbolism underlying shamanic healing ...
    • Health behaviors and related disparities of insured adults with a health care provider in the United States, 2015—2016 

      Hughes, M. Courtney, 1976--; Baker, Tamara A., 1975--; Kim, Hansol; Valdes, Elise G., 1988-- (Elsevier, 2019-03)
      Health care providers are in a unique position to address patients' health behaviors and social determinants of health, factors like income and social support that can significantly impact health. There is a need to better ...
    • Health beliefs about testicular cancer and testicular self-examination in adult men in professional occupations 

      Blesch, Karen Smith (Northern Illinois University, 1984)
      In recent years testicular self-examination (TSE) has been promoted as an effective means of detecting testicular tumors early, thus improving chances for successful treatment. Epidemiologic studies have identified three ...
    • Health care 

      Pappas, Nicole (Northern Illinois University, 1992)
      With the Presidential Election approaching, we are hearing more and more about the issue of health care. Politicians are finally standing up and taking notice. The bottom line is that people are fed up and want change. As ...
    • Health Consciousness in High School Baseball 

      McConnell, Megan C., 1995-- (Northern Illinois University, 2017-05)
      The purpose of this study was to address the health consciousness of high school baseball players. A group of high school baseball players were asked to fill out a survey for 4 to 7 days that recorded their diet, daily ...
    • Health consequences of prolonged bottle feeding among low-income preschoolers in the WIC program 

      Krisco, Mary P. (Northern Illinois University, 1997)
      The American Academy of Pediatrics and the American Dental Association recommend that all children be weaned from the bottle by one year of age to reduce the risk of baby bottle tooth decay. However, little research has ...
    • Health Disparities and Pregnancy 

      Ferneau, Mary K., 1998-- (Northern Illinois University, 2021-04-25)
      Pregnancy is a time in which an individual is particularly susceptible to the negative effects of health disparities, although it is unclear to what extent this may impact the pregnancy and the health of the mother and ...
    • Health related physical fitness and gross motor skill performance of children in mainstreamed physical education 

      Norton, Mary Clare (Northern Illinois University, 1985)
      The purpose of this study was to determine if differences in the rate of change existed on measures of health related physical fitness and gross motor skills between special education and regular education children in a ...
    • Healthcare in Prisons 

      Ritacco, Krystyna N., 1996-- (2019)
      Healthcare in prisons is often far below the standard of care deemed appropriate for people to receive. This paper aims to discover specific problems prisoners face when receiving care, as well as investigate how and why ...