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  • Abstract:

    On a quarterly basis, the Kroc Institute produces independent, impartial, and academically rigorous information on the status of the implementation of the Final Accord. The quarterly reports aim to promote implementation processes and public dialogue and are presented to government and non-government entities in charge of implementation, civil society organizations, the international community, and all other parties committed or interested in this process.

    Date Created:
    2022-11-18
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    Report
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    Award Category: Digital Scholarship:Group Project,

    Project Completed for: Independent Creative Endeavor

    For more information, please visit https://library.nd.edu/library-research-award.

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  • Author:
    Steven Theo Savides
    Advisory Committee:
    Emmanuel Katongole, Atalia Omer, Kenneth Oakes, Todd Whitmore
    Degree Area:
    Peace Studies
    Degree:
    Doctor of Philosophy
    Defense Date:
    2022-04-01
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  • Author(s):
    Richard Marcantonio, Agustin Fuentes
    Abstract:

    From climate change to toxic pollution and the interactive effects of multiple pollution streams, human health is under siege. Human-produced environmental risks to health and wellbeing are massive and contributing to patterns of global morbidity, mortality, economic inequality, displacement, and insecurity. The implications of human-produced environmental harms to global health are complex just as are their causes. The concept of environmental violence (EV) offers a potentially robust frame …

    Date Created:
    2022-01-11
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  • Author:
    Kathryn Scrafford
    Advisory Committee:
    Kathleen Bergman, Laura Miller-Graff, David Hooker, Julie Braungart-Rieker, Lijuan Wang
    Degree Area:
    Psychology, Research and Experimental
    Degree:
    Doctor of Philosophy
    Defense Date:
    2021-06-14
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  • Author:
    Katherine Grein
    Advisory Committee:
    Jennifer Hames, Laura E. Miller-Graff, E. Mark Cummings, Brooke Ammerman
    Degree Area:
    Psychology, Research and Experimental
    Degree:
    Doctor of Philosophy
    Defense Date:
    2021-06-17
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  • Author:
    Anna Fett
    Advisory Committee:
    Asher Kaufman, Darren T. Dochuk
    Degree Area:
    History
    Degree:
    Doctor of Philosophy
    Defense Date:
    2021-06-18
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  • Author(s):
    Catherine Bolten, Richard Marcantonio
    Abstract:

    Post-war Sierra Leone has experienced a population explosion that has raised questions among rural farmers about the relationship between family size and poverty. Agricultural decline and the high cost of schooling are not prompting parents to articulate a desire for smaller families; rather, they highlight that the uncertainty around articulating the “right” number of children is unresolvable because the ability to send children to school is predicated on increasing agricultural outputs that…

    Date Published:
    2021-03
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  • Author(s):
    Catherine Bolten
    Abstract:

    Residents of Makeni, Sierra Leone narrate the chaos, uncertainty, and terror of their town’s occupation by rebels by speaking of time in ways substantively different than those used to mark ordinary times. Instead of “what happened” and “when,” narrators have created a mnemonic community emphasizing “who happened,” and maintain the sense of suspended time and hopelessness that define their story of abandonment by the government. This article shows that people explicitly denied the preeminence…

    Date Published:
    2014-09
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  • Author(s):
    Catherine Bolten
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    The implementation of child rights legislation in the African nation of Sierra Leone has revealed children articulating novel values for education and labor. Corporal punishment was used to reinforce for children the importance of schooling and uncompensated household labor to their development as people. With its legal banning, children are forming values that conflict with those held by elders and with rights doctrine itself. They differentiate between productive “work,” useful be…

    Date Published:
    2018-04
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  • Author(s):
    Catherine Bolten, Adam Goguen
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    The Ebola epidemic unfolded in radically divergent manners in two neighboring villages in Sierra Leone, with one recording 40 cases and 20 deaths and the other recording zero cases, though they are located only 100 meters apart. Presented with identical information about Ebola’s cause and modes of transmission, one chief reacted by attempting to shield his village from outside knowledge and influence, encouraging his people to continue their normal practices of care and communion, and the…

    Date Published:
    2017-04
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  • Author(s):
    Catherine Bolten
    Abstract:

    The 2012 national election laws in Sierra Leone addressed the campaign violence and discord experienced in previous elections with heavy restrictions on everyday freedoms such as movement, expression, and assembly. The sitting government requested the presence of international observer missions to legitimate the election as “democratic” in spite of these human rights restrictions. Rather than transforming local practices to conform with international norms, Sierra Leonean lawmakers…

    Date Published:
    2016-12
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