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Government & Politics senior theses presentations

December 2, 2013 @ 9:40 am - 11:10 am

On Monday, Dec. 2 from 9:40 to 11:10 a.m. in Campus Hall 217, please join the students of GOV 400, “Globalization and Social Justice,” for summary presentations of their senior theses. All are welcome.

Presenters and topics will be:

  • Stephanie Baez — “Drone Warfare: Is it Just?”
  • Arielle Richardson — “Political Effects of the Israeli Religious-Secular Divide”
  • Kaylee Ginnane — “The Impact of Globalization on the Violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo”
  • Kevin Farrell — “Higher Education and Citizenship”
  • Stephanie Blais — “How Globalization Impacted the Development of Mexico since 1989”
  • Besa Balidemaj — “The Rise of Prostitution and Human Trafficking in Kosovo”
  • Irvin Averbukh — “How Certain Immigrant Groups Affect a Nation’s Policies as Opposed to More Well-Received Groups”
  • Christopher DeFilippi — “Behind the Label: Comparison of Garment Sweatshops in Dhaka, Bangladesh to New York City and Milan”
  • Kristen Matteoni — “Providing a Framework for Just War in United States Foreign Policy: A Case Study of the 2003 Invasion of Iraq”
  • Courtney Begley — “A New Globalization: How 9/11 Drastically Changed the American Form of Globalization”
  • Klevi Tomcini — “The Globalization of India: How to Attract FDI Inflows to India’s Market”
  • Zara Lone — “How the Lives of Western Muslims have Changed Since 9/11”
  • Katelynn Rusnock — “The Impact of Globalization and Widespread Use of the Internet on Free Press and Media Rights”


December 2, 2013
9:40 am - 11:10 am
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