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Head and Facial Injuries in Interscholastic Women's Lacrosse.
The Purpose of this study was to determine the advisability of protective headgear for interscholastic women playing lacrosse by recording the occurrence of head and facial injuries. During thisExpand
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Testimony, Tensions, and Tikkun: Teaching the Holocaust in Colleges and Universities
Foreword / Hubert G. LockeAcknowledgmentsIntroduction / Myrna Goldenberg and Rochelle L. Millen Part One: Course Content1. Use of the Arts in the Classroom: An Unexpected Alternative / StephenExpand
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Wound care management: proper protocol differs from athletic trainers' perceptions.
As research techniques in wound care management improve, treatment protocols for the care of wounds must also change to ensure safe and optimal healing. In this study, I surveyed current practices ofExpand
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Traps and the kink effect in AlSb/InAs HEMTs
The characteristics of AlSb/InAs/GaAs HEMTs with and without a kink in the output characteristics are compared. By measuring the output resistance dispersion in the frequency range from 10 Hz to 100Expand
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Experience and Expression: Women, the Nazis, and the Holocaust
Despite the fact that Holocaust studies is now a mature field, the topic of women and the Holocaust remains unexplored. Women's voices have given rise to many powerful accounts of the Holocaust, andExpand
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Lessons Learned from Gentle Heroism: Women's Holocaust Narratives
Memoirs written by women survivors of the Holocaust share certain characteristics with those written by men, such as a narrative structure that begins with belonging and then moves to humiliation,Expand
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Women's Voices in Holocaust Literary Memoirs
Holocaust literary memoirs by women reveal distinct gendered differences in the experience of men and women in Nazi concentration camps. These differences are the result of obvious biologicalExpand
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A Thousand Darknesses: Lies and Truth in Holocaust Fiction (review)
Vol. 31, No. 1 ♦ 2012 After the 1982 war against Lebanon, the national consensus in Israel that all of its wars were both just and necessary was shattered; “instead, a significant peace movementExpand