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    • W. Eugene Smith Papers

      Lamb, Charles; Stark, Amy (Center for Creative Photography, University of Arizona (Tucson, AZ), 1983-04-10)
    • W. Eugene Smith: A Chronological Bibliography 1934-1980, Part II

      Johnson, William (Center for Creative Photography, University of Arizona (Tucson, AZ), 1981-07-01)
    • W. Eugene Smith: Early Work

      Johnson, William (Center for Creative Photography, University of Arizona (Tucson, AZ), 1980-07-01)
    • W. Eugene Smith: Middle Years

      Center for Creative Photography, University of Arizona (Tucson, AZ), 1984-07-01
    • Wall Street Wise: An Entrepreneurial Venture

      Pancrazi, Lauren Nicole; Ben-Zvy, Orr; Harrison, Michael; Delinko, Dan (The University of Arizona., 2010-05)
      Through primary research our team determined that there was a need for an interactive tool that would teach university students about investing in the stock market. As a result, we created Wall Street Wise, an interactive online stock market simulator that allows students to learn about investing by utilizing a distinct hands-on approach. Unlike a textbook, students are able to invest money and compete against other students in their classroom to test the investment knowledge they have acquired. Ultimately we hope that our product will help students to learn about the different types of long-term sustainable investment strategies.
    • Walnut Culture in Arizona

      Thornber, J. J. (College of Agriculture, University of Arizona (Tucson, AZ), 1915-06-30)
    • Walter E. Heinrichs, Jr. mining collection inventory

      Heinrichs, Walter E., Jr.; Brown, C. (2012-08-02)
    • Wanapum Overview and Perspectives Developed During Tribal Narrative Workshop

      The Wanapum Tribe; Stoffle, Richard, W.; Arnold, Richard; The Wanapum Tribe; Bureau of Applied Research in Anthropology, University of Arizona; Consolidated Group of Tribes and Organizations (Department of Energy, 2009-06)
    • Wandering on a Foreign Strand

      Al-Obeidi, Arshed Fahad Ahmed (The University of Arizona., 2010-05)
    • Wanted - Man Power for Arizona Farms

      Tetreau, E. D. (College of Agriculture, University of Arizona (Tucson, AZ), 1942-11)
    • Wanted: A Viable Biofuel Crop

      Gelt, Joe (College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, University of Arizona (Tucson, AZ), 2007)
    • War Gardens for Company Employees and Cities

      Sandige, J. R. (College of Agriculture, University of Arizona (Tucson, AZ), 1918-01)
    • The War on Concepts: Enduring Rivalry Forever?

      Braithwaite, Alex R.; Mason, Eric (The University of Arizona., 2014)
    • War on Culture: The Destruction of Cultural Property During Civil Wars

      Braithwaite, Jessica Maves; Nielsen, Beatrice Helena Date (The University of Arizona., 2015)
      Acts of violence against civilians during conflict is a topic that has been examined increasingly in the literature on civil war. However, a systematic study on the destruction of cultural and religious sites as a strategic means to achieve territorial control has not yet been explored. I examine this aspect of civilian targeting in this project, and I argue that in many cases, combatants use cultural property as a tool to gain territory, coerce civilians, public perception, and degrade the social fabric of a given religion or population. In preliminary research, I have observed that destruction of a population‘s cultural property indicates and precurses a willingness to destroy human lives. Through a cross-national empirical analysis of civil wars in Iraq and Syria after 1990, I anticipate that the destruction of culturally significant objects and sites is not collateral damage during civil war, but rather intentional actions through which combatants achieve and exert power.
    • War-time Marital Separation: Mental Health and Reunion Expectations Among Non-Deployed Spouses

      Baker, Kathryn (The University of Arizona., 2010-05)
      This project was broadly interested in the impact of military deployments on non-deployed spouses. Specifically, it examined how adjustment of the non-deployed spouse was related to the quality of the spouse's reunion experience. Non-deployed spouses' adjustment to the deployment was operationally defined in two ways, as relational adjustment and psychiatric adjustment. Relational adjustment examined aspects of a stream-of-conscious (SOC) recording non-deployed spouses made about their upcoming reunion experience with their husbands. Psychiatric adjustment was measured as a composite score of mental health symptoms, including: depressive, anxiety, and substance use symptoms from before, during, and after deployment. It was predicted that mental health symptoms would worsen following the deployment and improve following their husband's return; however, individual results were much more varied. In addition, I examined whether or not the composite scores of mental health were related to high adjustment during the deployment and a positive reunion experience later. While results were non-significant, this is likely due to the small sample size, as moderate effects were seen in the analysis involving more participants. Additionally, there was a strong relationship observed between the construct of balance during the Reunion SOC and mental health at Time 1, suggesting that mental health prior to a deployment may have behavioral implications during the deployment. Results from this project have some important implications for military families; by suggesting how adjustment relates to reunion experiences, programs can be offered to help non-deploying family members succeed through this difficult time.
    • Warfare and Representation in the Classic Maya: Bonampak and Yaxchilan

      Gimblett, Jennifer Leigh (The University of Arizona., 2011-05)
    • The Warp Is Even - Taut Vertical Loops

      Tapahonso, Luci (University of Arizona Press (Tucson, AZ), 2008)
    • Wash Your Blankets

      Ryan, Grace (College of Agriculture, University of Arizona (Tucson, AZ), 1953-12)
    • Wassaja (Chicago, Ill.: 1916) Vol. 1., No. 1.

      Montezuma, Carlos, 1866-1923 (Chicago, Ill.: C. Montezuma, 1916-1922, 1916-04)