Browsing Master's Theses (1970 - 2004) - The Longwood Graduate Program in Public Horticulture by Subject "Racial diversity"

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  • Andorka, Claire (University of Delaware, 1999)
    It is not unusual when visiting public gardens and museums to discover their audiences are primarily Caucasian, female, upper-to-middle class, well-educated, and middle-aged to elderly. This homogeneity among audiences ...
  • Lo, Julia (University of Delaware, 2000)
    Researchers and practitioners have viewed tree-planting as contributing to an enhanced sense of community, the empowerment of inner-city residents to improve their own neighborhoods, and the promotion of environmental ...

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