2005 Honors Theses
Students who completed an honors thesis during the 2004-2005 academic year include:
The Effects of Nest Microclimate on the Increase of Egg Mass and the Overall Hatchling Size in Chrysemys Picta
Confronting a "Special Evil": Understanding the Movement Against Sex Trafficking in India
Reforming Conditionality in the World Bank and International Monetary Fund (IMF)
An examination of the relationship between Christian Orthodoxy and acceptance of rape myths, as mediated by belief in a just world and a traditional view of women's roles.
"Rich Dad, Poor Dad": Fact vs. Fiction
Is the Mozart Effect Worth All of the Hype?
Relations Between Family and Eating Disorders
Business in Korea: The Role of American Cultural Identity
The Confidence Factor: How Confidence Affects Control and Management in an Organization
Post Modern Indian Narratives: Reimaging History
The Relationship Between North and South Korea: The Status of Diplomacy and Relations Between Both Countries Since the Sunshine Policy
Mediation and the Unauthorized Practice of Law
Holy War, or More? An Assessment of the Israel-Palestine Conflict Over Access to Holy Sites.
The Supreme Court and Affirmative Action at American Universities: An In-Depth Analysis of Grutter v. Bollinger and Gratz v. Bollinger
Sexual Transgression and Attractiveness
Determination of stability of the Msi 1 protein
The Understanding of Democracy From an Intellectual's Point of View: Students at Beijing Foreign Studies University Define Democracy and its Role in China Today
Positive Attributes of Orphanages: How Dependent Children in Costa Rica Thrive