Integrating Social Capital Into a Park-Use and Active-Living Framework

submitted by: sbroyl
Background: Parks have been proposed as a feature of the built environment that may promote increased physical activity. Little, if any, research has investigated the role of the park social environment in promoting physical activity within parks, however. Purpose: To examine whether social capital is a collective feature of the park environment and whether it is associated with park use and park-based physical activity. Methods: Adult park users (n=222) were surveyed in 27 neighborhood...
Authors: Katherine Theall, Andrew Mowen, Stephanie Broyles, Jeanette Gustat, Ariane Rung

master of art-Imperial City of the Southern Song Dynasty

linked profile(s): MinglouChen
submitted by: MinglouChen
Dear Sir/Madam, i am honored to tell you that Chen Minglou’s important painting Imperial City of the Southern Song Dynasty has been finished after five years ‘hardworking.. The painting is half a meter in width, more than 28 meters in height. Size of people, buildings and other articles in the Painting for Imperial City of the Southern Song Dynasty is almost same with those in the “Along the River During the Qing Ming Festival”showed on the 2010 shanghai Expo, but the...

Hemianopic and Quadrantanopic Field Loss, Eye and Head Movements, and Driving

submitted by: jowood
Purpose: To compare eye and head movements, lane keeping and vehicle control of drivers with hemianopic and quadrantanopic field defects with controls, and to identify differences in these parameters between hemianopic and quadrantanopic drivers rated safe to drive by a clinical driving rehabilitation specialist (CDRS) compared to those rated as unsafe. Methods: Eye and head movements and lane-keeping were rated in 22 persons with homonymous hemianopic defects and 8 with quadrantanopic...
Authors: Lanning Kline, Dawn Decarlo, Ronald Braswell, Michael Vaphiades, Jennifer Elgin, Gerald Mcgwin, Joanne Wood, Cynthia Owsley

Public Health in Age of Globalization: Case Study Senegal

submitted by: mdiakhat

Understanding the political, cultural, and social implications necessary to develop efficient public health institutions in the developing world.

Truths and Fallacies Surrounding the Mortgage Interest Deduction: A Case Study of San Diego County

submitted by: jevans1357
The mortgage interest deduction (MID) represents the federal government’s largest housing subsidy. The MID is surrounded by significant debate regarding its equality and effectiveness. Opponents of the policy argue that it favors the rich, while supporters see it as a vital housing stimulus. The focus of this project is to provide a case study to use as complimentary evidence to the current literature, which is largely conceptual and policy based. To do this, the project is rooted in...

Building Community through Public Art Spaces

submitted by: ecvalenc

A Case Study of "The Writerz Blok" Graffiti Park in San Diego.
Senior Research Project: What impact do community art centers have on the neighborhood they reside in and how do the strategies used facilitate positive community development?