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PARMITA DAS – MAY 1ST, 2019 Background Mediatization is the process of social change in which media becomes increasingly influential and deeply integrated into different spheres of society. Based on Continue Reading
VASSILISA RUBTSOVA – APRIL 22ND, 2019 As baby boomers, the unprecedentedly large generation of people born between 1946 and 1964, entered adulthood, they were met with a robust and thriving Continue Reading
VASSILISA RUBSTOVA – APRIL 15TH, 2019 In an increasingly cashless world, it is difficult to imagine why someone would live without a bank account. Banking is typically viewed as the Continue Reading
The Economics of Sports Stadiums: Does public financing of sports stadiums create local economic growth, or just help billionaires improve their profit margin?
KARTHIK VEGESNA – APRIL 4, 2019 Sports fans can be irrational. To someone watching from the outside, fans’ behavior is puzzling: their fanatical, unwavering support, and emotional investment in their Continue Reading
PARMITA DAS – APRIL 2ND, 2019 Analysis of the Phenomenon of Economic Abuse Economic abuse is a form of abuse where an intimate partner has control over the other partner’s Continue Reading
OLIVIA GINGOLD – APRIL 1ST, 2019 The definition of a democracy is a system of government by the whole population or all the eligible members of a state, typically through Continue Reading
VASSILISA RUBTSOVA – MARCH 27TH, 2019 Just a little over two months ago, Indonesia was hit by yet another tsunami. Chilling footage flooded the internet of white water ramming through Continue Reading
The Way We Live Now: Are American Wives Distorting Their Labor Market Outcomes To Make Their Husbands Feel Better?
KAT BLESIE – MARCH 26, 2019 In 1960, the year my mother was born, almost half of all women in the United States were stay at home mothers. My grandmother, like thousands Continue Reading