Popular CDR Content in Fall 2019

The CDR continues to experience a high number of downloads, particularly among our masters papers, theses and dissertations. Here are the most downloaded works from September 1, 2019 through December 31, 2019:

  1. Social Media Use and Its Impact of Body Image: The Effects of Body Comparison Tendency, Motivation for Social Media Use, and Social Media Platform on Body Esteem in Young Women by Deanna Puglia
  2. Jewish Priests and the Social History of Post-70 Palestine by Matthew Grey
  3. Instruments as Technology and Culture: Co-constructing the Pedal Steel Guitar by Timothy D. Miller
  4. Implementation of a Golden Hour Protocol for Extremely Premature Infants by Sarah Croop
  5. Talking Animals: A Literature Review of Anthropomorphism in Children’s Books by Elizabeth Dunn
  6. The Influence of Latino/a Gender Roles and Culture on Student Achievement and Resistance by Josmell J. Perez
  7. The Nature and Determinants of Customer Expectations of Service by Valarie A. Zeithaml, Leonard L. Berry, and A. Parasuraman
  8. The Complications of Liberty: Free People of Color in North Carolina from the Colonial Period through Reconstruction by Warren Milteer
  9. Carolina Planning Vol. 25.1: Place, Typology and Design Values in Urbanism by the UNC Department of City and Regional Planning
  10. Theater Music in France 1864-1914 by Peter Lamothe


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