This paper discusses a research study on Machiavelli's 'The Prince' as a satire. The author argues that 'The Prince' challenges all of Machiavelli's other works and what we know of his life, and that this inconsistency and the knowledge of Machiavelli's opinions give evidence that perhaps 'The Prince' is a satire.
This paper describes the current state of research and understanding of math anxiety, expounds upon this information with independent research conducted at UNT, evaluates this research, and suggests a plan for improved results in mathematics education.
Paper discusses the “Linebacker” bombings of 1972 in Vietnam, and explores what the North Vietnamese attendance at the 1973 Paris Peace Accords and their return to conflict two years later says about the effectiveness of American air power alone.
Paper examines the soil nematode Caenorhabditis elegans, an organism which can normally survive a day of anoxia (oxygen deprivation) and longer with mutations in the daf-2/daf-16 pathway. Examines how these mutations affect anoxia survival and the potential benefit to the development of anoxia-related therapies in humans.
Paper uses a content analysis of the editorial section in a major Dallas-area newspaper to demonstrate a shift within American public discourse toward moral and cultural arguments against illegal immigration, and argues that this is due to the inclusion of participatory journalism in newspaper editorial pages.