Student Research Presentations, 2015-16

UNK Fall Student Research Symposium

Bradley Davies “Framing a War: An Analysis of US-Political and News Discourse Surrounding the 2014 Israel-Gaza Conflict”


Great Plains Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Kansas City, MO

Taylor Reichardt “Whistleblowers and Democracy”

Will Pettit “Are Americans Okay with Torture?”

Bradley Davies “Framing a War: An Analysis of U.S. Political and News Discourse Surrounding the 2014 Israel-Gaza Conflict”


International Studies Association-Midwest Annual Conference, St. Louis, MO

Will Pettit “The Drone Debate in America: Officials, Media and U.S. Counterterrorism Policy”

Patrick McCue “Revising the Israel Lobby Hypothesis: An Analysis of U.S. Political and News Discourse Surrounding the 2006 Israel-Lebanon War”

 
UNK Student Research Day

Audrey Grant “State Sovereignty: From Non-intervention to the Responsibility to Protect”

Carson Messersmith “The Political Implications of Drought: Kansas and Nebraska

Patrick McCue “Toward a Clarification of the Israeli Lobby Hypothesis: Officials, Media and the 2006 Israel-Lebanon War”

Christopher Navrkal “Hey, That’s Mine! How LGBT Opponents Used Policy Definition and the Political Spectacle to Stop the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance”

Jackson Porter “School Consolidation: How Does Consolidation Affect Public Opinion and Social Capital in Communities?”

Jessa Schultis “Analysis of Human Trafficking”

Andrew Field “The Effects of the Modern Indian Caste System on Christian Evangelism”

Alysha Daley “UNK Students’ Knowledge on Human Rights”

Meaghan Pasbrig “The (Il)logic Behind ISIS”

Jackson Osborn “The Role of the Public Defender in Nebraska: Community Implications”

Estefania Perez “An Analysis of Social Capital in Selected Nebraska Communities”