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The Efficacy of Peer-led Sexual Assault Preventative Education at Washington and Lee University: Variation in Explicit and Implicit Attitudes (thesis)
This research examines the relative efficacy of peer-led sexual assault awareness training. Efficacy in this case is established by the measurement of a change in attitudes among the first-year students who attended the ...
Student Perceptions of Mental Illness and Help Seeking Behaviors (thesis)
This study intends to provide a better understanding of help seeking behaviors amongst college students. It focuses on answering the question of what could be possible predictors of help seeking, and what could be driving ...
Muslim assimilation in the United States : a study of religion and immigration (thesis)
This project set out to better understand the extent to which Muslim assimilation, at the individual and organization levels, is occurring in the United States. The paper began with a theoretical discussion of types of ...
Outside the Law: Obstacles to Respecting Roma Housing Rights at a Toxic Landfill (thesis)
Nearly 2,000 people live at the site of a toxic landfill known as Pata-Rât in Cluj-Napoca, Romania. Around 42 percent of the people who live at Pata-Rât were evicted to the site by local authorities. Additionally, approximately ...
Borders from Within and Without: Exploring Heterogeneity between National Identity Type and Immigration Attitudes in the U.S. (thesis)
Given the strong theoretical linkages connecting national identity and immigration attitudes, social scientists have granted arguably scant focus to empirically examining this relationship. Furthermore, despite the expansive ...