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The Interface of Structure & Function: What We’re REALLY Saying Is..., Delaney Savidge, UG '24 (138877C8)

Any time we write or speak, we have a goal in mind: to communicate an idea from one person to another. What that idea is varies, but consistently, how we form speech is used to optimize the…

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The Transformation of Light Novels, Anthony Ng, UG '23 and Kurt Lemai, UG '23 (2262522)

Through our research, we explore the contents of light novels, a medium of short young-adult fiction novels in Japan, through a dataset of light novel titles of the past 50 years. Through analyzing…

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A Comparative Organizational Perspective on Policy Diffusion: Theory and Empirical Applications, Johnatan Reiss UG'23 (2269070)

Studies of policy diffusion – examining how and why similar policies spread across different polities – tend to treat policymaking institutions as unitary actors. The information obtained…

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Motivated Reasoning: facts do care about your feelings, Jeffery Chen, UG '25 (3939095)

With America divided as ever, people from state governments to households have asked themselves: "Why can’t we change their minds?" In FRS 193: Belief and Ideology, I researched why…

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“Applicant or Avatar?”: An Explanation of Temporary Behavior Alterations as a Strategy to Succeed in the Gamified World, Jenna Elliott, UG '25, (3965065)

Princess Peach or Luigi? Aspiring psychology major with clinical research experience or trilingual valedictorian with a passion for mental health advocacy? The task of choosing which character to…

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Displaced By Your Own: How Working-Class East Asians Perceive the Role of Co-Ethnics in the Gentrification of Flushing, Queens, Angelica Qin UG '23 (3949038)

Once bustling ethnic enclaves, many Chinatowns in the United States have now begun to undergo a rapid process of gentrification. Much of the academic and popular discourse surrounding this topic…

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The Origins and History of a Monastic Archive - From the Early Middle Ages to the Present

This 8.5-minute video explores the history behind the medieval library and archives at the former monastery of Saint Gaul. The archive was begun in the eighth-century and preserves many important…

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