Commons@SHAREOK is a joint institutional repository built to showcase and archive outstanding student research, scholarship, and creative work produced at the University of Oklahoma (OU), Oklahoma State University (OSU), and the University of Central Oklahoma (UCO). Works may include: academic research papers and projects, student newspapers and journals, capstone projects, award-winning works, refereed works, and more.
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(2018)A lightning rod of controversy since the Middle Ages, abortion has both been condemned as the “way of death” and championed as a tool of female liberation (Elsakkers, “Reading Between the Lines” 468). Current debates over ...
(2018)A magnetic graph is a graph G equipped with an orientation structure σ on its edges. The discrete magnetic Laplace operator LσG, a second-order difference operator for complex-valued functions on the vertices of G, has ...
(2018)Using data from the 2004 Survey of Inmates in State and Federal Correctional Facilities, an analytical sample of 3,277 prisoners were used to examine the gendered relationship between suffering abuse and engaging in deviant ...
(2018)We are so proud to present to you the third volume of the University of Oklahoma's Undergraduate Journal in Iranian Studies, DĀNESH. Through two editions of the journal we have seen wonderful presentations on varying ...
(2018)In ancient times, the Silk Road brought foreign treasures and precious goods from a distant East to the people of Western Europe, instilling a fascination with the rich and mysterious ‘Orient.’ As colonialism heightened ...