Paradigm Shift in African American Funeral Customs: Looking through the Lens of Oral History and Consumer Culture
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Doctor of Education in Curriculum Studies (Ed.D.)
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Dissertation (open access)
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Department of Curriculum, Foundations, and Reading
John A. Weaver
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Saundra Murray Nettles
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Ming Fang He
Committee Member 3
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The degree attainment of college students is a critical issue that institutions of higher education are considering. Colleges want to improve their retention, progression, and graduation rates for all students. Over the past decades men, based on the literature reviewed, have earned fewer degrees than women. In addition, men are not enrolling in college at the same rates as women. This study uses the NELS Database to analyze the factors that contribute to the degree attainment of men. The research used a logit model to determine the probability for the significant factors.
Williams, Carol Thomas, "Paradigm Shift in African American Funeral Customs: Looking through the Lens of Oral History and Consumer Culture" (2008). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 500.
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