Student Research Presentations, 2017-2018

UNK STUDENT RESEARCH DAY, MARCH 28, 2018

Kato Craig “Does Age Equate to Competence?; Age-Based Laws as an Unsatisfactory Option to Measure Competence

Braydon Conell “United States and China: Ratification of the ICESCR”

Natalie Stanley “Biases in Reporting of Civilian Casualties Caused by U.S. Drone Strikes”

Michael Rohde “Why does the United States' Policy Give a Cold. Shoulder to Such a “Hot” Issue as Climate Change?”

Kalynn Stoner “Why States and International Government Organizations fail to intervene in acts of Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity.”

Henry Gonzalez “Drone Warfare”

Nicole Kent “A Comparison of Healthcare in Urban and Rural Nebraska”

Rachel Kneifl “Social Science on Social Media: Using Social Media to Advance Political Knowledge in Our Polarized Society”

Jackson Porter “The Interviewer Effect: External Factors in Research and Interviews”

Carson Messersmith “Family Farms on the Great Plains: Protecting Heritage”

Jessa Schultis “White Evangelical Support for Donald Trump in the 2016 Election: An Analysis of Attitudes, Beliefs, and Values”

WESTERN SOCIAL SCIENCE ASSOCIATION, April 4-7, 2018

Carly Brown “Gun Control and Polarization:How Two States Made It Work”

NEBRASKANS FOR PEACE CONFERENCE, SEPT. 22, 2018

Michael Rohde “Why does the United States' Policy Give a Cold. Shoulder to Such a “Hot” Issue as Climate Change?”

Kalynn Stoner “Why States and International Government Organizations fail to intervene in acts of Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity.”

Haley Pierce “Climate Change and Shift in U.S. Media Coverage”