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RE-0756-01: Effectiveness of Mechanical Treatment of Crack-Arrest Holes Subject to Distortion-Induced Fatigue (University of Kansas Center for Research, Inc., 2021-02-01)This report details a study that was aimed at assessing the effectiveness of mechanically-treating crack arrest holes used at the tips of distortion-induced fatigue cracks. Different mechanisms are possible for producing ...
(College of Social Work, University of South Carolina, 2002-02-15)This article develops a proposal for a spiritually sensitive approach to social work scholarship by drawing on insights from classical Chinese Confucian philosophy. Confucianism is used as a source of inspiration because ...
Differential construct definitions of six change score models within a correlational research context (University of Kansas, 1988-05-31)Six change score models were comparatively evaluated within the correlational research context. The models compared included raw change, corrections of raw change for unreliability in x, correction of raw change for ...
Rural Kansas Superintendents’ Priorities: Perceptions About What Pre-Service Superintendents Expected to Do and What They Actually Do. (University of Kansas, 2019-12-31)The purpose of this study was to describe how rural superintendents identify their priorities before accepting their first superintendency compared to how they actually prioritize these responsibilities once becoming a ...