Welcome to the SUNY Cortland Master's Theses @ Digital Commons. You will find here electronic versions of Master's Theses from the Departments of English, Kinesiology, Physical Education, Recreation, Parks and Leisure Studies and Sport Management. 

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Theses/Dissertations from 2021

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Analyzing intramural sport participation at the State University of New York College at Cortland 2021, Stephen D'Alessandro

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An interdisciplinary approach: schizophrenia derails heteronormative expectations in psychological narratives 2021, Bobbie Jo Weaver

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Developing an adaptive rock climbing curriculum for SUNY Cortland Outdoor Pursuits 2021, Rebekah Mills

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'Disembodied Bones': recovering the poetry and prose of Elinor Wylie 2021, Sarah R. Bullock

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Found media: interactivity and community in online horror media 2021, Jax Mello

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Remaking divinity in Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World 2021, Sebastian Vignone

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The effects of a loaded pre-competition activity using tethered swimming on 25-yard swim sprint performance 2021, Jacob Burchfield

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Women in the outdoors: navigating fear and creating space for spiritual inspiration 2021, Morgan Costello

Theses/Dissertations from 2020

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A comparison of power variables for two loading methods in weighted vertical jumps 2020, Jonathan Tanguay

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Actors as engineers: the reconstruction of antifascism in DEFA films, 1949-1961. [2020], Jonathan Herr

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An investigation of stress-related factors and injury occurrence in Division III ice hockey athletes 2020., Christian Kiesel

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Determinants of the carbon footprint of German swimmers 2020., Ann-Marie Muehlbauer

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Effects of spinal manipulation on physiological and psychological measures during an acute bout of submaximal running 2020, James R. Ebbets D.C.

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Efficacy of an audio-based biofeedback intervention to modify running gait in female runners 2020, Sarah Rothstein

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The effect of attentional focus instructions on single leg balance performance 2020., Cory Monahan

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The relationship between sport commitment with off-season training time and previous in-season Playing Time in College-Aged Soccer Players 2020., Luke Zuber

Theses/Dissertations from 2019

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Determining preferred walking speed in an altered gravity environment 2019., Jennifer Kraft

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Effects of foam rolling on countermovement jump height and power production in collegiate soccer players 2019, Samantha Delcamp

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“Flowing along the wall”: Anarcha-feminist bioethics and resistance in Octavia E. Butler’s Dawn 2019., Theresa Mendez

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More than just a myth: how shapeshifter rhetoric relates to ESL students 2019, Amber Kent

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Perceptions on the effectiveness of diversity and inclusion hiring: Are we really getting ahead? [2019], Deidre D. Pierson

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Posthuman and alien breeding: the implications of cybersex in Octavia Butler’s Dawn 2019., Elizabeth Rutkowski

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Preseason disability scores, shoulder strength, range of motion and their effects on injury in collegiate swimmers 2019, Eric R. Levasseur

Theses/Dissertations from 2018

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Aspects of weight management in NCAA Division III collegiate wrestlers 2018, Matthew Martone B.S., CSCS

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Effects of competition variables and prior attempts on approach run velocity during a pole vaulter's final clearance 2018, Nathaniel S. Ashton