Honors Theses

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Honors Theses

Departmentsort ascending Title Thesis Advisor
Women's Studies The dormitories are burning: Gender-neutral housing and critical trans politics in the contemporary university Rosenberg, Gabriel
Women's Studies Aesthetics of privacy: Thinking surveillance and feminism through contemporary art Nelson, Diane
Sociology Breaking boundaries: How identity and social influence affect sorority choice for black women Burton, Linda
Sociology The effects of language brokering on first generation Chinese and Mexican American women Burton, Linda
Sociology To date or to hook up? Social and contextual influences on college athletes' romantic relationships Burton, Linda
Sociology Friend or foe? Intimacy and conflict among sibling pairs Burton, Linda
Religion Shaping our healers: Understanding how formal training contributes to the development of doctors and religious officials in a clinical setting Morgan, David
Public Policy What's the goal? Brazil's response to hosting the World Cup and Olympics Fernholz, Fernando
Public Policy North Carolina public school teachers' perceptions of value-added measures Ladd, Helen
Public Policy Intervention programs to improve typically developing students' perception of intellectual developmental disabilities Gibson-Davis, Christina
Public Policy Trends in rural school segregation?: An examination of eastern North Carolina school districts Korstad, Robert
Public Policy Income inequality and the minimum wage in American cities Darity, William
Public Policy Assessing the rainbow welcome: An exploration of the relationship between refugee status and LGBTQ status for Cuban refugees Peck, Gunther
Public Policy Self-sufficiency and dependency among Bhutanese and Iraqi refugees Peck, Gunther
Public Policy Real G's and wannabes: Policy implications of the changing juvenile gang dynamics in Durham, North Carolina Cook, Philip
Public Policy Newspapers and the Supreme Court: In re capital punishment Rosch, Joel
Public Policy Too many cooks in the kitchen? Local government fragmentation and economic growth Carnes, Nicholas
Public Policy Authorship and inventorship: An analysis of publishing and patenting norms and their consequences at American universities Cook-Deegan, Robert
Public Policy Difference in treatment and outcomes of AMI and prostate cancer in the United States and Canada Sloan, Frank
Public Policy Presidential persuasiveness in justifying use of force in the post 9/11-era Brands, Hal
Public Policy Empowering participation: Examining women's access to formal financial resources and women's national parliamentary representation Bermeo, Sarah
Public Policy Two systems of school choice: Expectations, decision-making, and satisfaction in Chile and the U.S. Muschkin, Clara
Public Policy Independent child migration in the developing world: Victims of trafficking and child labor, or autonomous economic actors? Kelley, Judith
Public Policy Do different media matter? How newspapers vary in their coverage of campaigns for state legislatures Munger, Michael
Public Policy U.S. China trade disputes in the post-recession political landscape Johnson, Tana

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