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iTunes: Breaking Barriers and Building Walls
(Taylor & Francis, 2013-04-18)
With the development of online music distribution, a number of authors argued that independent musicians could compete on equal ground with major record labels. In this article, I explore the effects that online distribution ...
Informal Labor in the Sharing Economy: Everyone Can Be a Record Producer
(Fast Capitalism, 2016)
Would Adorno Download Music? Piracy, the Recording Industry and Reproduction Reconsidered
(Fast Capitalism, 2017)
Dating Violence Policy: Making the Grade
(Social Work at ScholarWorks at Western Michigan University, 2012-12)
Dating violence rates affect an unacceptably high percentage of youth. This paper tests a model to understand the considerable variation in state dating violence policy comprehensiveness. Independent variables in the model ...
Controlling the Levers of Power: How Advocacy Organizations Affect the Regulation Writing Process
(Social Work at ScholarWorks at Western Michigan University, 2007-03)
The Federal regulation-writing process is vital to understanding how laws are translated into policy. This paper re-examines data on human services interest groups active in lobbying the executive branch to determine what ...
McNair Scholars Research Journal
(University of Texas at Arlington Library MavOpenPress, 2017)
It takes two: A dyadic model of recruitment to civic activity
Why are some people, but not others, asked to engage in civic activity? Rather than focus on the personal traits of either potential recruits or recruiters for this initial stage of recruitment, we develop and test a ...
Assessing the Relationship Between Social Vulnerability and Community Resilience to Hazards
(Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht, 2014-07)
This article contributes to the disaster literature by measuring and connecting two concepts that are highly related but whose relationship is rarely empirically evaluated: social vulnerability and community resilience. ...
A 9,000-year-old caribou hunting structure beneath Lake Huron
(National Academy of Sciences, 2014-05-13)
Some of the most pivotal questions in human history necessitate the investigation of archaeological sites that are now under water. Nine thousand years ago, the Alpena-Amberley Ridge (AAR) beneath modern Lake Huron was a ...
Approaches to the Archaeology of Submerged Landscapes: Research on the Alpena-Amberley Ridge, Lake Huron
(American Academy of Underwater Sciences, 2013)