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The white coat ceremony: a contemporary medical ritual
  • S. Huber
  • Sociology, Medicine
  • Journal of medical ethics
  • 1 December 2003
This paper responds to recent critiques of thewhite coat ceremony by addressing their misconceptions and arguing that the white coat ceremony is a contemporary medical ritual with a key role for students and faculty in developing a professional identity. Expand
Campus, Inc.: Corporate Power in the Ivory Tower
The university, as a core institution of democratic society, is increasingly threatened by the intrusion of big business. Corporations are working their way into academe in both subtle and obviousExpand
Freedom’s Just Another Word
Mama, PhD: Women Write About Motherhood and Academic Life
Mama Phd Women Write About Motherhood And Academic Life Elrena Evans.PDF Are you browsing for Mama Phd Women Write About Motherhood And Academic Life Elrena Evans Books? Now, you will be happy thatExpand
The fourth genre : contemporary writers of/on creative nonfiction
* New to this edition. Contents Alternative Table of Contents: Subgenres of Creative Nonfiction Preface: Beginning the Conversation Introduction: Creative Nonfiction, the Fourth Genre I. WritingExpand
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Writers Talk Featuring Sonya Huber
Sonya Huber, 2004 graduate of OSU's MFA Creative Writing Program, currently an assistant professor at Georgia Southern University. Author of "The Backwards Research Guide for Writers," "Opa Nobody,"Expand
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