2002 Proceedings Special Presentations
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2002 ITAA Proceedings #59

Annual Conference, New York, NY, USA

Below are Special Presentations made during the 59Th Annual ITAA conference.


2002 Special Presentations


PRESIDENT'S ADDRESS:

Douglas, S.U. (2002).  ENHANCING THE INEVITABLE: GLOBALIZATION AND THE ITAA. Retrieve here.

 

DISTINGUISHED SCHOLAR'S LECTURE:

Welters, L. (2002). ITAA DISTINGUISHED SCHOLAR LECTURE

 

SPECIAL TOPICS: Retrieve here

Burns, L.D. (2002). WRITING SCHOLARLY BOOK REVIEWS

Burns, L.D. (2002). TEACHING SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY: TOPICS AND TECHNIQUES

Crutsinger, C. (2002). OPTIMIZING LIMITED RESOURCES, ACHEIVING QUALITY INSTRUCTION: EFFECTIVE STRATEGIES FOR TEACHING LARGE-SIZE CLASSES

DeLong, M. R. (2002). COMMON GOALS, DIVERSE PERSPECTIVES: LEARNING THROUGH MATERIAL CULTURE ANALYSIS

Hertz, E. (2002). WHAT'S NEXT IN FASHION

Ivas, L. (2002). FEMALE-A-PROP: USING THE FEMALE BODY AS A SALES TOOL IN ADVERTISING

Littrell, M. (2002). ARTISANS DESIGNING FOR INTERNATIONAL MARKETS: "GETTING OUR FEET IN THE DOOR"

Nelson, N.J. (2002).  WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?: FORGING OUR PHILOSOPHICAL MISSION(S) FOR THE FUTURE

Rucker, M. (2002). A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE ON HIGHER EDUCATION IN TEXTILES AND CLOTHING: COUNTRY REPORTS

 

 


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