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    • Conditional tests of corporate governance theories 

      Chi, Jianxin (Texas A&M University, 2005-08-29)
      Agency theories suggest that governance matters more when agency conflicts are potentially more severe. However, empirical studies often do not control for the potential severity of agency conflicts. I show that the marginal ...
    • Effect of Exposure to Images on Women’s Interest in Leadership Positions 

      Dick, Amanda Cartwright (2014-10-01)
      Though women make up 50% of the United States population, they hold very few of the top leadership positions in the world. Media images portraying women in submissive in subservient roles may reduce women’s interest in ...
    • Grieving Women in Hamlet and The Tragedy of Mariam 

      Gray, Jordan A. (2017-11-02)
      I explore how two early modern plays, Shakespeare’s Hamlet and Elizabeth Cary’s The Tragedy of Mariam, depict grief as feminized emotion. I consider how Shakespeare uses women as mediums for grief and how Cary gives female ...
    • Performing Women’s Speech in Early Modern Drama: Troubling Silence, Complicating Voice 

      Van Note, Beverly Marshall (2012-10-19)
      This dissertation attempts to fill a void in early modern English drama studies by offering an in-depth, cross-gendered comparative study emphasizing representations of women’s discursive agency. Such an examination ...