GU Departmental Honors Thesis

The Endangered Species Act and Its Effect on Birds in the United States

Sheridan Noll
English
Type: 
Thesis
WHDL ID: 
WHDL-00015381

Gente Sin Escriptura : A Decolonial Reconstruction of Linguistic Imperialism in Spanish América

Summer Mengarelli
English
Type: 
Thesis
WHDL ID: 
WHDL-00015385

I Can Tell by Your Accent: Accent Perception and Discrimination

Marjorie Price
English
Type: 
Thesis
WHDL ID: 
WHDL-00015807

Kaleidoscope: Identity in Motion

Jonathan Lee Bremer

This paper is a work of autoethnography. In other words, the author uses self-reflection in his writing to help explore his own personal experience and directly tie it into a larger social or cultural context. In this paper, the idea of identity as a social and spiritual construction is explored. The goal of this paper is to describe and explain identity through the lenses of adolescents in higher education. This will be explored through the frameworks of developmental psychology and spiritual formation.

English
Type: 
Thesis
WHDL ID: 
WHDL-00015837

Literacy in Juvenile Detention : Discovering the Connection Between Low Reading Scores and Detention

Morgan Rich
English
Type: 
Thesis
WHDL ID: 
WHDL-00015379

A New Quantum Eraser Using Hyperentangled Photons

Draven W. Houser
A new type of quantum eraser using hyperentangled photon pairs is proposed. Whereas a typical quantum eraser makes use of photons that are entangled in a single quantum state, usually in polarization, our new quantum eraser exploits entanglements in both polarization and momentum states. In a typical quantum eraser one gains "which- path" information of one photon by changing the polarization measurement of the other. This results in "erasing" the interference pattern previously obtained through indistinguishably of paths.
English
Type: 
Thesis
WHDL ID: 
WHDL-00015805

La Nueva Religión Estadounidense : El Nacionalismo y sus Efectos en la Unidad Nacional

Sophie Yaunches
Spanish
Type: 
Thesis
WHDL ID: 
WHDL-00015383

A Two-Charge Theory of Gravity

Ye Jin Han
Our current standard theory of gravity is unable to fully explain the accelerating expansion of the universe. This expansion seems to imply a repulsive force associated with gravitational interaction. We propose a 2-charge theory of gravity based on the Quantum Field Theory applied to a second rank tensor eld that allows for an attractive force between like charges and a repulsive force between opposite charges. This model could partly explain matter-antimatter asymmetry, the smallness of the cosmological constant, and the accelerating expansion of the universe.
English
Type: 
Thesis
WHDL ID: 
WHDL-00015832

“What Is Justice?”: An Investigation of Atonement Theories and Their Impacts on Justice in the United States

Jonah Christav Wilson
English
Type: 
Thesis
WHDL ID: 
WHDL-00015835

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WHDL-00015810
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