Washington and Lee's Digital Archive
The Washington and Lee University Digital Archive serves to preserve, share, and enhance the use of materials owned or created by WLU and members of its community by making these materials available in a digital format.
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Our archive does not accept data sets and accompanying files. However, preserving and providing open access to such data is essential to further research and is a key value of the scientific community, so we encourage you to place your data in a repository designed specifically for data.
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First, the central question that this paper examines is whether the Francoist regime in Spain can be considered a fascist regime as opposed to an authoritarian one. While Franco’s dictatorship was undeniably brutal and ...
U.S. GAAP vs. IFRS: A Comparative Study Regarding How Differences in Accounting Standards Can Affect Understanding of Company Financial Performance Internationally, the two main regulatory bodies, which affect company financial reporting, are the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) and the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB). The standards they ...
This study intends to provide a better understanding of help seeking behaviors amongst college students. It focuses on answering the question of what could be possible predictors of help seeking, and what could be driving ...
Mise en abyme chez Albert Camus; Narcissisme et Intersexualité dans l'Etranger, La Peste, et La Chute Though one of the most prolifically analysed writers of the 20th century, Albert Camus' fiction is not only remarkably limited in length, but also has also rarely been criticized from a metafictional perspective. Between ...
Two roles that have become increasingly relevant in education are one's place in the technological and natural worlds. The first role, labeled information communication identity (ICT), is how much one includes hardware ...