All master’s theses completed through the Graduate College of Western Michigan University since 2012 have been entered into ScholarWorks. Some may be embargoed or restricted by the authors and may be only available from on-campus computers. Print copies from earlier years are available through interlibrary loan. We have a few digital copies of earlier years. If you have any questions, please contact maira.bundza@wmich.edu.

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Theses/Dissertations from 1995

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The Nature of Law and Its Effects on Certain Criminal Acts: A Comparative Study of Saudi Arabia and the State of Michigan, Abdulrahman Almejel Alfaraj

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Gophers, Ghosts, and Electronic Dreams: A Feminist Critique of New Literary Forms, Jennifer Sue Boyers

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Proposition 48 and Proposition 42 in the NCAA: A Social Constructionist Case Study, Kevin R. Cole

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Sense of Coherence, Stressors, Perception of Stress and Drinking Patterns Among College Students, Jeanne C. DeBruyn

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Race and Language on a College Campus, William H. Dozier

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Patterns of "I Don't Know" Responses in Telephone Surveys, Christine Lewerenz Hinkle

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Social Interaction Among Fifth Graders, Dawn Michelle Hinton

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The Impact of School Climate on Self-Reported Alcohol and Other Drug Use, Karen R. Humes

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Question Block Order Effects in a Telephone Survey, Peter Montague Meyers

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Loneliness: Do Living Arrangements Make a Difference?, Judith N. Moore

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Acculturation to a Work Force of Diversity: Two Case Studies of Japanese-Owned Companies Operating in the United States, Jun Nagasawa

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Planning for Change: Feminist Standpoint Epistemology Informing the Program Planning Process, Laura Nichols

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The Effects of Site Design on Neighboring Patterns and Safety Perceptions Among Residents of University Apartments, Julie L. Steinbacher

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Housing Satisfaction in the Suburbs: A Racial Comparison, Amonda Stokes

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Content, Constraint, and Creation: Making the Role of Clergy Wife, Cynthia Ann Stravers

Theses/Dissertations from 1983

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The Creationist Movement: Science, Religion and Ideology, George M. Bevins