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    • Abortions of the Parental Prerogatives of Unwed Natural Fathers: Deterring Lost Paternity 

      Parness, Jeffrey A. (2000)
      A natural father's biological relationship with his child is often insufficient by itself to trigger the father's parental rights recognized within the "substantial protection" of the Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth ...
    • Activist Cartoons without Borders: The Political Cartoons of Brazilian Artist Carlos Latuff 

      Najjar, Orayb (Common Ground Publishing LLC, 2012)
      Brazilian cartoonist Carlos Latuff has been described by Allers in Menassat as `a one-man cartoon wrecking-ball when he hits the ink.' In the last few years of penning sharp cartoons, he `has been alternatively praised and ...
    • Adaptation of Models versus Variations in Form: Classifying Structures of City Government 

      Nelson, Kimberly L.; Svara, James H. (SAGE, 2010)
      A great deal of variability exists in American local government structures. It would be useful to analyze the differences in outcomes associated with different structures, but two factors stand in the way. First, there is ...
    • Adoption Notices to Genetic Fathers: No to Scarlet Letters, Yes to Good Faith Cooperation 

      Parness, Jeffrey A. (2005)
      American courts and legislatures have struggled to define the participation rights of genetic fathers in governmental adoption schemes for infants born to unwed mothers as a result of consensual sexual intercourse. Federal ...
    • Affirmative Action After Grutter and Gratz 

      Cordes, Mark W. (2004)
      This article will examine the state of race-conscious admissions program at institutions of higher education after Grutter and Gratz. Part one first briefly reviews the Court's affirmative action jurisprudence prior to ...
    • Afterthought Crimes and the Felony Murder Rule in Illinois 

      Falkoff, Marc D. (Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, 2013-07-22)
      Last month, the Mississippi Supreme Court held that a defendant who decided to commit a robbery after killing his victim could be convicted of capital murder on the basis of a “felony-murder” theory. In other words, in ...
    • Against libertarianism 

      Finch, Alicia (Springer, 2012-11-18)
      The so-called Mind argument aims at the conclusion that agents act freely only if determinism is true. The soundness of this argument entails the falsity of libertarianism, the two-part thesis that agents act freely, and ...
    • Agricultural Zoning: Impacts and Future Directions 

      Cordes, Mark W. (2002)
      Farmland preservation has become a growing societal concern over the past two decades and is now a common component of any serious discussion of environmental land-use controls. All levels of government have perceived ...
    • Alternative strategies for providing clinical experiences in a family nursing course. 

      Moxley, Elizabeth A.; Waller, Maureen (Teaching and Learning in Nursing, 2019-07)
      Clinical competency is essential for nursing student preparation although acute clinical experiences are limited. An innovative pedagogical strategy was utilized to meet curricular requirements in a Family Health Nursing ...
    • American General Jurisdiction Trial Courts: New Visions, New Guidelines 

      Parness, Jeffrey A. (2006)
      Today, American trial courts are trying less and managing more private civil cases. They are also losing many private claims to other dispute resolvers. The traditional role of the trial judge as a neutral, detached, and ...
    • American State Constitutional Equalities 

      Parness, Jeffrey A. (2010)
      Many American state constitutions contain equality provisions. Some simply promote Equal Protection in ways comparable to the Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments to the federal constitution. Others are worded quite differently, ...
    • Amor Y Esperanza: A Latina Lesbian Becomes a Law Professor 

      Arriola, Elvia R. (Journal of Legal Education, 2017)
      Writing about my presence in the legal academy is about identifying the act of resistance in simply being myself as a Latina lesbian who was trying to develop as a feminist legal theorist when I thought ...
    • Amplifier for Optical Stochastic Cooling 

      Andorf, M.B.; Lebedev, V.A; Piot, P.; Ruan, J. (Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics OSA Technical Digest (online) (Optical Society of America, 2017), paper JW2A.90 •https://doi.org/10.1364/CLEO_AT.2017.JW2A.90, 2017-05-20)
      The amplification of electromagnetic radiation emitted from charged-particlebeams can be used for beam cooling. We discuss our progress to develop such a system usingundulator radiation.
    • An Analogue of Continued Fractions in Number Theory for Nevanlinna Theory 

      Ye, Zhuan (American Mathematical Society, 2004-06-25)
      We show an analogue of continued fractions in approximation to irrational numbers by rationals for Nevanlinna theory. The analogue is a sequence of points in the complex plane which approaches a given nite set of points ...
    • Application of high-frequency impedancemetry approach in measuring the deposition velocities of biomass and sand slurry flows in pipelines 

      Vaezi, Mahdi; Verma, Shubham; Kumar, Amit (Elsevier, 2018-10-17)
      Since the lower limit to operating velocities in slurry transport systems is influenced by deposition conditions, measuring the ″deposition velocity″ is an essential step in slurry pipelines’ design and operation. This ...
    • Applying the Framework for Information Literacy to the Developmental Education Classroom 

      Garcia, Larissa, 1976-- (Community & Junior College Libraries, 2014)
      Translating the new Framework for Information Literacy in Higher Education (ACRL November 2014) into learning outcomes, instructional content, and assessments might appear to be an overwhelming task; however, in many cases ...
    • Appropriating the city: space, theory, and bike messengers 

      Kidder, Jeffrey L. (Jeffrey Lowell), 1977- (Theory and Society, 2008-12-08)
      Over the last 30 years, social theorists have increasingly emphasized the importance of space. However, in empirical research, the dialectical relationship between social interaction and the physical environment is still ...
    • Arbitrage, Clientele Effects, and the Term Structure of Interest Rates 

      Katz, Eliakim; Prisman, Eliezer Z. (Cambridge University Press, 1991-12)
      This paper derives a new and intuitive estimation procedure for the term structure under potential tax arbitrage. No a priori assumptions regarding the equality of the prices and present values of bonds are made. The data ...
    • Are Annulate Lamellae in the Drosophila Embryo the Result of Overproduction of Nuclear Pore Components? 

      Stafstrom, Joel P.; Staehelin, L. Andrew (Rockefeller University Press, 1984-02)
      Annulate lamellae are cytoplasmic organelles composed of stacked sheets of membrane containing pores that are structurally indistinguishable from nuclear pores. The functions of annulate lamellae are not well understood ...
    • Arming the Pregnancy Police: More Outlandish Concoctions? 

      Parness, Jeffrey A. (1992)
      Emotions abound when encountering a newborn with disabilities which will inevitably lead to an early death or to a less than whole and healthy life. It is especially painful when such disabilities were preventable. Anger ...