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    • James

      Bushroe, Jennifer Danielle (The University of Arizona., 2010-05)
      Before Peter Pan, before the crocodile. and before the Jolly Roger, Captain James Hook was simply 'James,' a typical teenage boy from London who attended school, flirted with girls, and played cricket. Soon after he graduates from the prestigious Eton College, Britain is swept up into The Great War (WWI) and James finds himself falling for a girl his father doesn't approve of. How does he choose between duty and love, honor and happiness? We all know James' ultimate destiny, but his path to piracy has never been explained. What is it that causes him to commit his first crime of many--growing up?
    • James Duff Brown's Subject Classification and Evaluation Methods for Classification Systems

      Beghtol, Clare; Breitenstein, Mikel (dLIST, 2004)
      James Duff Brown (1862-1914), an important figure in librarianship in late nineteenth and early twentieth century England, made contributions in many areas of his chosen field. His Subject Classification (SC), however, has not received much recognition for its theoretical and practical contributions to bibliographic classification theory and practice in the twentieth century. This paper discusses some of the elements of SC that both did and did not inform future bibliographic classification work, considers some contrasting evaluation methods in the light of advances in bibliographic classification theory and practice and of commentaries on SC, and suggests directions for further research.
    • January wheel

      Flandrau Science Center & Planetarium, University of Arizona (1993)
    • January wheel part 1

      Flandrau Science Center & Planetarium, University of Arizona (1993)
    • January wheel part 2

      Flandrau Science Center & Planetarium, University of Arizona (1993)
    • January wheel part 3

      Flandrau Science Center & Planetarium, University of Arizona (1993)
    • Japanese Fruit Consumers: Survey Targets Produce Choices

      Kingdon, Lorraine B. (College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, University of Arizona (Tucson, AZ), 2000-11)
    • Japanese Honeydrip Sorghum Silage versus June Corn Silage for Milk Production

      Cunningham, W. S.; Reed, J. R. (College of Agriculture, University of Arizona (Tucson, AZ), 1927-08-01)
    • The Java Search Agent Workshop

      Chen, Hsinchun; Ramsey, Marshall C.; Li, P.; Gamriella, P.; Crestani, F. (Physica-Verlag, 2000)
      As part of the ongoing Illinois Digital Library Initiative project, this paper presents the Java Search Agent Workshop (JSAW), a testbed designed for Java-based information searching. Based on artificial intelligence, neural networks, and G-Search, we implemented several search methods in Java to demonstrate their feasibility in various database, Internet, Intranet, and digital library search tasks. In addition to detailing our design rationale and implementation status, we present several sample Java implementations including a best first search spider and G-Search spider for Internet searching, and a Hopfield neural network based visualizer for database searching. Lessons learned and future directions are also presented.
    • Javelina Resistant Plants

      Schalau, Jeff; Plant Sciences, School of (College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, University of Arizona (Tucson, AZ), 2010-01)
      The plants on this list represent plants less likely to be eaten by javelina.
    • Javelina Resistant Plants

      Schalau, Jeff (College of Agriculture, University of Arizona (Tucson, AZ), 2017-09-18)
      The plants on this list represent plants less likely to be eaten by javelina. Reviewed 10/2016. Originally published 2001.
    • Jean Jeacques Rousseau's Naturalism and Television Programming for Preschoolers

      Corona, Paige Christina (The University of Arizona., 2011-05)
    • Jean Jems: Simple Sewing Projects made by recycling old blue jeans

      Tessman, Darcy; Agricultural Education (College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, University of Arizona (Tucson, AZ), 2008-08)
      "Jean Jems" is a simple sewing project guide for 4-H youth. All projects utilized recycled blue jeans to allow youth to learn sewing skills on inexpensive fabric. Projects advance from very simple to more involved.
    • The Jekyll and Hyde Phenomenon: The Cultural Work of Class and Sexuality in Stevenson's Strange Case

      Hogle, Jerrold E.; Suggs, Carson Lee (The University of Arizona., 2013)
    • Jesus, Justice, And The Americas: The Intersection Of Spirituality And Social Reform In The Catholic Tradition

      Nava, Alexander; Janczakowski, Michael James (The University of Arizona., 2019)
      Currently, United States immigration is a topic of enormous interest in the political sphere. The Catholic Church is a main actor in that debate, prompting interesting questions about the interaction of religion, politics, and justice. However, the study of such questions can confine Catholic social teaching (which comprises 2 millennia of work) to our present time. In this study, therefore, I examine the major themes of the Catholic social message throughout the Church’s history, especially in the Americas. I begin with early Christian figures (60 CE – 313 CE), then I turn to Bartolomé de Las Casas (1484-1566), and finally I analyze the work of Gustavo Gutiérrez (born in 1928). I will outline five key themes in these figures’ writings, as well as demonstrate their central focus on the interconnection of spirituality and social reform. Through my findings, I hope to elucidate a historical perspective that better contextualizes today’s study of Catholicism and social justice.
    • Jockey Smart Helmet

      Llull, Patrick Ryan; Benitez, Louie; Bosch, Cedric; Nelson, Stephen; Weaver, Garrett; West, Trevor (The University of Arizona., 2012-09-17)
      The horseracing industry currently lacks media attention. Studies have indicated the sport’s viewing and gambling declination over the decades. While popular televised sports such as football and baseball maintain a modernized entertainment culture through high-definition wireless streaming, horseracing remains in the 'binocular era'. An idea is introduced and a solution is analyzed to establish a foothold for horseracing in contemporary entertainment and inspire a developing fan base. EquiSight LLC desires wireless telemetry within the form factor of a jockey's helmet to meet these ends. The system devised must function while satisfying safety regulations. Individual component decisions are justified in addition to safety and quality tests. Current technology restricts bandwidth and data transfer rate. Standard-and high-definition possibilities and implications are discussed. Analog and digital transmission systems are evaluated and a preference justification is developed. A reliable power source and integration technique are chosen. Environmental, space, and range constraints are considered. Two-way audio communication between the jockey and trainer is described. In summary, a compact solution for EquiSight LLC is presented and its design choices are reviewed. The proposed system, implemented within a $3000 budget, will attract new fans, reignite interest, and provide a fairness and/or outcome judging tool.
    • Joe Phy - Gladiator

      Rockfellow, John A. (Arizona State Historian (Phoenix, AZ), 1930-10)
    • Johan Hagemeyer

      Center for Creative Photography, University of Arizona (Tucson, AZ), 1982-06-01
    • Johan Hagemeyer Collection

      Myers, Roger; Leckrone, Judith (Center for Creative Photography, University of Arizona (Tucson, AZ), 1985-04-10)