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An Analysis And Comparison Of Title Ii River Basin Commissions, Douglas Alden Cox Dec 1975

An Analysis And Comparison Of Title Ii River Basin Commissions, Douglas Alden Cox

Master's Theses

No abstract provided.


A Comparative Study Of Women And The Modernization Process In Taiwan And Japan, Natalie Robinson Sinanian Dec 1975

A Comparative Study Of Women And The Modernization Process In Taiwan And Japan, Natalie Robinson Sinanian

Master's Theses

No abstract provided.


An Analysis Of American Violence, John Bolcato Jr. Aug 1975

An Analysis Of American Violence, John Bolcato Jr.

Master's Theses

No abstract provided.


The African Development Bank And The Development Process In Africa, Asukwo J. Udo Aug 1975

The African Development Bank And The Development Process In Africa, Asukwo J. Udo

Master's Theses

No abstract provided.


United States Policy In The Nigerian Civil War, C. Onokata Idisi Aug 1975

United States Policy In The Nigerian Civil War, C. Onokata Idisi

Master's Theses

No abstract provided.


The Politics Of Funding: Human Needs And Social Welfare, Robert F. Kronick Jul 1975

The Politics Of Funding: Human Needs And Social Welfare, Robert F. Kronick

The Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare

Sociological theory has provided two models that attempt to explain social power and decision making in America, the elite model (Mills) and the pluralist model. Mills saw power in America like particles dispersed in a triangle--with more and more power at the top, but more people at the base of the triangle. For Mills there was a powerful elite that ruled almost like a monarchy and decision making on all fronts was vested in them. Rebellion as utilized in Merton's paradigm would turn this triangle upside down in setting up new goals and new means, as well as distributing ...


The Attitudinal Differences Of Party Elites In Developing Nations: The Case Of South Korea, Kenneth G. Rocco Apr 1975

The Attitudinal Differences Of Party Elites In Developing Nations: The Case Of South Korea, Kenneth G. Rocco

Master's Theses

No abstract provided.


Presidential Impeachment: Must It Lie For A Crime?, Monte L. Brown Apr 1975

Presidential Impeachment: Must It Lie For A Crime?, Monte L. Brown

Honors Theses

Not since Andrew Johnson was impeached in 1868 has presidential impeachment been seriously considered. But in 1974 our country, for the second time in it's history, faced the possibility that our President may, in the words of the Constitution, "be re moved from Office on Impeachment for, and Conviction of, Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Misdemeanors." It was this great, but unfortunate event in our history, that prompted me to write this thesis.