Washington and Lee University 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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Yerba Mate: Earth as a Companion (thesis) Yerba mate is an infusion that can be drunk hot or cold, native to Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay, and southern Brazil. While often called a tea, mate does not come from the tea plant Camellia sinesis -- therefore, if we're ...
It's All About Balance: Examining the Factors that Drive a Firm's Integrated Social Performance (thesis) This paper examines factors that enable corporations to act authentically on the values of human respect and dignity, thus achieving integrated social performance. Integrated social performance is realized when firms that ...
Hyperdimensional Computing for Gesture Recognition Using a Dynamic Vision Sensor Artificial Intelligence (AI) has experienced rapid growth in recent years and is receiving unprecedented attention due to the impressive results achieved in various domains, notably computer vision and natural language ...
Combatant Composition and Peace Durability: A Historical and Empirical Dive into Rebel Group Fragmentation as a Determinant of Conflict Relapse Nearly all regions of the world have observed repeated cycles of violence involving anti-state militias and domestic or international terrorist groups since the end of World War II. A 2020 UN Human Rights Office report on ...
Execution Workers Mental Health Policy Recommendation Conversations around the Death Penalty often focus on its morality and concepts such as retribution and deterrence. This paper considers the people who perform executions and how their work impacts them. Execution workers ...