Political Science Masters Theses

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This collection includes masters theses completed in the Political Science Department.


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    Citizens' Self Survey of Local Government : A Case Study of Wilton, Connecticut
    (Kalamazoo College, 1958) Perkins, William M.; Unknown
    The purpose of this thesis is to show that the "Citizens' Survey of Local Government Questionnaire" developed by the Connecticut Public Expenditure Council is a valuable method whereby the citizens of a local community may critically and intelligently analyze the form, structure, and efficiency of their local government.
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    A Voting Study of Two Precincts in Kalamazoo, Michigan
    (Kalamazoo College, 1957-04) Baum, William Chandler; Ham, Elton W., 1918-1975
    The intentions of this study are to investigate the voting behavior in certain specific areas of Kalamazoo, revise and compile the voting records of Kalamazoo, and perhaps to add knowledge to the field of voting behavior. This study focused on Precinct #3 (low average income, large percentage of Negroes, high turnover of occupancy, and some actual slum conditions) and Precinct #22 (high income, only one racial group, low turnover of occupancy, and no potential slum conditions).
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    Modern Bureaucracy : Its Causes and Consequences of Growth
    (Kalamazoo College, 1963) Kapoor, Basheshar Nath
    The paper studies the causes and consequences of bureaucracy in both private organizations and at the state level, independent of the political system involved.
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