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    • The War on Drugs: An Exercise in Control 

      Visser, J. Michael (1993)
      In my research of the War on Drugs, I realized that there are many aspects which need to be explored. For example, is the war cost-effective? Does it target a particular group of people? What is the ultimate goal? In ...
    • Watergate: A Proposed Method of Political Autopsy 

      Donovan, Brian (1976)
      The view which I examine in this paper emphasizes factors external to the person of Nixon himself. It emphasizes pressures on the office of the Presidency, and the difficulty of coping with these pressures. The hypothesis ...
    • A Weberian Analysis of the Iranian Revolution 

      LaForge, Mark (1984)
      First, this paper will contain a somewhat brief, but complete analysis of Weber's three pronged understanding of the bases of authority. Authority is recognized on charismatic, traditional or legal-rational grounds. ...
    • Welfare, Poverty, and the Liberal Dilemma 

      Baumgartner, Richard P. (1984)
      This paper is an attempt to explain how our liberal created welfare policies have been mis-directed, and why such policies are having the paradoxical effect of perpetuating the very poverty which they were designed to ...
    • The West Bank and Gaza: An Ongoing Struggle 

      Yaghnam, Raed (1992)
      In my research, I will concentrate on the Israeli Occupied Territories since they are considered to be the most controversial issue yet, at the same time, the base from which peace could evolve.
    • What Is to Be Done: Baseball America's Game 

      Penta, Garry (2002)
      Three years ago I became interested in sport's law and decided that I wanted to go to law school. With my Senior Individualized Project (SIP) facing me, I needed to choose a focus. I wanted to research and write a paper ...
    • What's Wrong America? 

      Smith, Leah (1986)
      Have you ever considered what might happen to you? Do you know what risks pervade your daily life? Are they risks taken voluntarily or involuntarily? Or perhaps you feel risk only affects some other poor unexpecting ...
    • When All About You Are Losing Theirs': Campaign '74 

      Yost, Katherine A. (1975-06)
      The first portion of this paper describes my activities as campaign coordinator for Dr. Howard Wolpe, Member of the Michigan House of Representatives. The second portion of this paper is a brief examination of campaign ...
    • Wherefore Art Thou? A Study of English National Identity 

      Stahley, Kristin (2002)
      The case of England is an atypical one. Its history as a country is unlike any other, twisting and weaving through several different identities in ways that have been experienced by no other country on earth. In all ...
    • White Hate in America: Who and Why? 

      Everett, Frederick (1990)
      This paper is about the white hate groups which plague our nation and remind us of an uglier time. But to some extent it may really be about us all. The brutal ideology and unbridled hatred of the white supremacists, ...
    • Who Sliced the Pie? An examination of the Unequal Distribution of Wealth in America 

      McKillop, Matthew J. (2006)
      Every day in America, children are taught that if they if they put their mind to something and work hard, they can achieve anything. This is generally referred to as the American Dream. It is as if a host of options is ...
    • Who Votes in Kalamazoo: Basic Trends and Suggestions for Future Research 

      Rohwer, Milton W. (1966)
      Although this thesis can hardly be considered an end in itself, it is hoped that the work done here will reveal some major trends that will help answer the question: Who votes in Kalamazoo? As a part of that goal it is ...
    • Why "Sex Work" Doesn't Work: Towards a feminist approach to anti-trafficking efforts 

      Bird, Yoshi M. (2000)
      The trafficking of women is not a distinct phenomenon, but rather forms part of a larger inter-cultural continuum of violence against women that includes prostitution, pornography, wife-battery, female genital mutilation, ...
    • Why Are There so Few Women in Congress? 

      Clancy, Leigh (1991)
      More and more women in the past decade have become involved in politics. There has been an increasing need for women in political positions representing women's views and issues. Participation by women in politics is a ...
    • Wild Game Ranching: A Study of Conservation Through Utilization in Kenya 

      Costanza, Madeleine (1986)
      In the course of the last twenty years wildlife management in Kenya has had its ups and downs. At the time of independence little recognition of the need for any action existed. Shortly thereafter, President Jomo ...
    • Women and Religion: The Influence of the Catholic Religion on the Role of the Mexican Woman 

      Todd, Martha (Kalamazoo, Mich. : Kalamazoo College, 2000)
      The role of the woman in Mexican society and culture is a topic that has recently come to light and is being studied in greater depth by anthropologist, sociologists, and feminist scholars alike. Because the submissive ...
    • Women in Politics 

      Weber, Deborah Hammerlind (1972)
      This paper is an attempt to determine where women are now-- what their present political role is, what they would like it to be, and how they hope to achieve it. This report does not contain any controversial, ...
    • Women in the Michigan Legislature: A Study of Demographic Factors of Their Constituencies 1960-1970 

      Henningsen, Ellen (1971)
      I have compiled demographic information on the legislative districts in which women have been elected to the state House and Senate from 1960 through 1968. It is my initial hypothesis that these districts share some ...
    • Women's Political Role in South Africa 

      Dixon, Kimberly (1994)
      Women have been involved in the struggle for freedom in South Africa for nearly one hundred years. African men and women joined together to liberate themselves against a common enemy, the state. The first five chapters ...
    • Women's Self-Defense: A Critical Analysis of the Movement 

      James, Catherine (2000)
      In this Senior Individualized Project I analyze the women's self-defense movement that emerged in the late 1960s and early 1970s. It is not a comprehensive history of the movement, nor is it an instruction guide (or how-to ...