Past Honor's Theses

2020

Emily Depew: "Dole’s Decisions: How Elizabeth Dole Saved Over 400,000 Lives Through Safety Belts, Air Bags, and Raising the Drinking Age to Twenty-One."

2019

Kayleigh Anderson: "Breaking the Cycle: The Toxic Rhetoric around Menstruation."

2017

Anne Marie Foley: "Illicit Sexuality: Analyzing Devadasis in the Twenty-First Century."

Daniel Whedon: "Drunk or Sober: Students’ Thoughts About Ambiguous Sexual Activity When Level of Intoxication Varies."

2016

Valerie J. Kutchko: "Bystanders of Sexually Coercive Situations: Real-Life Experiences."

2015

Emma Halling: “Closing A Door But Opening A Window: How College Transfer Admissions Policies Leave Students Vulnerable to Sexual Assault, and Insular Records Policies Enable Rapists.”

2013

Taylor Hersh: “Religiosity and Space in Early Modern Spain.”

2012

James Castle: "The Effect of Respondent Sex, Gender Ideology, Political Ideology, and Religious Guidance on Heterosexual Support for Gay Male Couple Adoption."

Hahna Curtin: "The 'Delicious' Deviance of the Betwixt-and-Between: Birds, Boys, and Ambiguity in J.M. Barrie’s Peter Pan."

Mary Hopkins: "How People Learn About Sex."

2011

Caitlin Frances Thornbrugh

Meredith Pavicic: "A Feminist Analysis of the Medicalization of Intimate Partner Violence."

2010

Corey Flanders: "Sexual Situations Without Orgasm Reciprocity: What Happens When Only One Partner Orgasms?"

Elise Higgins: "Public Funding for Abortion and Rhetorical Battles: A Case Study."

2009

Kelsey Sewell: "Examining Heterosexual Sexual Scripts and Satisfaction Ratings as a Function of Orgasm Sequence During Sexual Encounters."

2008

Stacy Lynn Burke

 


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