Undergraduate Program

Senior Theses 2010-2011

Laughter is the Best Medicine: An Analysis of Late-Night Comedy During the 2009-2010 Health Care Debate
Brian Agler, Department of Political Science, Class of 2011

The Two-Level Game of Strategic Euroscepticism
David Attewell, Department of International Relations, Class of 2011

A Comparative Study of Democratization in Cameroon and Tanzania
Erica Berlin, Department of Political Science, Class of 2011

No Purse, No Sword, No Power: The International Court of Justice In International Relations
Anna Boulos, International Relations Program, Class of 2011

Machiavelli and The Federalist Papers: Florentine Insights into Publius
Michael Hawley, Department of Political Science, Class of 2011

Institutional Reform and Human Rights Outcomes: A Systematic Study of United Nations Human Rights Institutions
Lindsay Helfman, Department of Political Science, Class of 2011

How Far is Too Far? (And How Do We Decide?)The Inconsistencies and Contradictions in United States Supreme Court Takings Jurisprudence
Lucy Perkins, Department of Political Science, Class of 2011

An Elusive Gender Gap: Uncovering Gender Differences in Israeli and Palestinian Public Opinion
Alexandra Siegel, Department of International Relations, Class of 2011

China's Skewed Sex Ratio, Son Preference, and the One-Child Family Policy
Charis Teo, Department of Political Science, Class of 2011