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Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh And Accusations Of Sexual Assault In The Media, Joleen Traynor May 2019

Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh And Accusations Of Sexual Assault In The Media, Joleen Traynor

Political Analysis

No abstract provided.


Analyzing The United States’ Limited Response To The Syrian Refugee Crisis, Carolina Romero May 2019

Analyzing The United States’ Limited Response To The Syrian Refugee Crisis, Carolina Romero

Political Analysis

The Syrian refugee crisis can be described as one of the biggest, if not largest, humanitarian crisis of the 21st century. The crisis is a result of an ongoing civil war between rebel groups and the government forces of the Assad regime. Since the beginning of the war in 2011, over 400,000 have been killed and a combined 11 million have been displaced either internally or externally from their homes (Human Rights Watch, World Report 2018). The United Nations and the international community have openly expressed discontent with the dealings of the Assad regime, and as a result, have ...


Regime Change, Deferred: Regarding United States’ Foreign Policy In Syria, Rosa Mazza–Hilway May 2019

Regime Change, Deferred: Regarding United States’ Foreign Policy In Syria, Rosa Mazza–Hilway

Political Analysis

In 2011, President Obama proclaimed, “the time has come for President Assad to step aside” (“President Obama”). The question then becomes: why has the United States failed to act upon this declaration and been unsuccessful in achieving regime change in Syria? While there is evidence to suggest regime change is the ultimate goal in Syria, there has been a lack of action taken to facilitate the deposition of Assad. In this paper, there will be an emphasis on the policies and rhetoric that indicate the desire to catalyze a shift in governmental power through the disposal of the Assad regime ...


The Technology Gap Across Generations: How Social Media Affects The Youth Vote, Yamiemily Hernandez May 2019

The Technology Gap Across Generations: How Social Media Affects The Youth Vote, Yamiemily Hernandez

Political Analysis

There appears to exist today a generational tug-of-war between Millennials and Baby Boomers. Baby Boomers tend to see Millennials as lazy kids who do not appreciate the value of hard work, spend all day glued to their cell phones, and expect successes to be handed to them on a silver platter. Millennials seem to think that Boomers have harbored all the wealth and success in America without thinking about future generations; they cannot wait for Boomers to retire and create vacancies for key positions in companies. While the accusations generations make against each other rely on stereotypes and may not ...


Islamaphobia: A Positive Feedback Loop, Samuel Schoening Apr 2018

Islamaphobia: A Positive Feedback Loop, Samuel Schoening

Political Analysis

A sophomore in Seton Hall’s School of Diplomacy, he is double-major in International Relations and Economics. His hometown is Lake Ozark, MO. He is nineteen years old, and has spent many of those years learning about his interests’ – politics, geography, and economy. He is a firm believer in an individual’s ability to change the world. This belief has been the driving force of his life, and has put him in the never-ending pursuit of bettering the plight of humanity


Does Bitcoin Need Regulation?: An Analysis Of Bitcoin’S Decentralized Nature As A Security And Regulatory Concern For Governments, Hadeka Rasul Apr 2018

Does Bitcoin Need Regulation?: An Analysis Of Bitcoin’S Decentralized Nature As A Security And Regulatory Concern For Governments, Hadeka Rasul

Political Analysis

Hadeka Rasul is a recent graduate of Seton Hall University, where she studied Political Science and Economics. She is currently a Business Analyst at Birchbox. As a part of Pi Sigma Alpha, she serves on the executive board of the chapter and is an executive editor for the Political Science journal. She expects to attend graduate school to attain an MBA in the future.


The Effect Of Terminal Levels Of Education, National Economic Prosperity And Rates Of Islamic Terrorism In The Middle East, Nathan Hill Apr 2018

The Effect Of Terminal Levels Of Education, National Economic Prosperity And Rates Of Islamic Terrorism In The Middle East, Nathan Hill

Political Analysis

Nathan G. Hill is a graduating senior from the school of Diplomacy with a BS in International Relations with minors in Arabic, Economics, and Military Science. Upon graduation he will commission as an active duty 2nd Lieutenant in the US Army as a Field artillery officer. He will further his officer education at the Field Artillery Basic Officer Leaders Course in Fort Sill Oklahoma. His senior research thesis topic is studying the levels of Technological Globalization and state-sponsored cyber-attacks in Iran.


On Tartan Tides: The Failure And Legacy Of The Darien Scheme, Michael Novak Apr 2018

On Tartan Tides: The Failure And Legacy Of The Darien Scheme, Michael Novak

Political Analysis

Michael is originally from Colonia, New Jersey, and a junior at Seton Hall. He is a History major, and Classical Studies and Medieval Studies minor, planning to graduate in Spring 2019. He is in the University Honors Program, an active member of Seton Hall’s History and Slavic Clubs, and acts as a photographer for the Slavic Club. Post-graduation, he plans to pursue a graduate degree in European History, then hopefully to work at a think tank, policy analysis firm, or politics. He enjoys playing video games, reading, and spending time with friends and family.


Income Inequality And The Effects On Government Responsiveness, Marina Kaghado Apr 2018

Income Inequality And The Effects On Government Responsiveness, Marina Kaghado

Political Analysis

Marina is a senior, graduating with a Political Science Major and a Legal Studies in Business Minor. Having recently completed a judicial internship at the Passaic County Superior Court of New Jersey, she is in the law school admissions process. She plans to be admitted and attending Law School in Fall 2018.


American Nuclear Efforts: Prolonging The Cold War, Bryan Mccracken Apr 2018

American Nuclear Efforts: Prolonging The Cold War, Bryan Mccracken

Political Analysis

Bryan is a senior studying political science at Seton Hall University. A United States Foreign Policy Course inspired his paper, sparking his interest in the field of nuclear weapons, and the effect of their proliferation on the world. Post undergraduate, he plans on attending law school, and is currently in the admissions process.


The New Nuclear Proliferation Treaty: The Present-Day Influence Of The Npt On The International Community, Walla D. Elshekh Apr 2018

The New Nuclear Proliferation Treaty: The Present-Day Influence Of The Npt On The International Community, Walla D. Elshekh

Political Analysis

No abstract provided.


“Promoting Coal At A Climate Summit Is Like Promoting Tobacco At A Cancer Summit”, Emily Lavallee Apr 2018

“Promoting Coal At A Climate Summit Is Like Promoting Tobacco At A Cancer Summit”, Emily Lavallee

Political Analysis

Emily Lavallee was a Political Science and Environmental Studies major and member of Pi Sigma Alpha since her sophomore year. Her second major and interest in climate change, clean air and water inform much of her political research. Emily began working as an Experiential Education Coordinator at a non-profit in Newark, New Jersey this past February.


What Are The Three Characteristics Of Trumpism?: A Discourse Analysis Of Trump’S Four Major Campaign Speeches, Rachel D. Beeman Apr 2018

What Are The Three Characteristics Of Trumpism?: A Discourse Analysis Of Trump’S Four Major Campaign Speeches, Rachel D. Beeman

Political Analysis

Rachel's goal in this paper is to advance a moderate voice on a controversial presidency. She uses text analysis techniques and a program outside her comfort zone called ATLAS.ti, with the help of her faculty mentor Dr. Roseanne Mirabella, to analyze four campaign speeches by President Trump. She hopes future research will take advantage of text analysis to explore how rhetorical patterns and cues might provide insight into the characteristics of leaders and elected officials.


Volume Xix - 2018: Table Of Contents Apr 2018

Volume Xix - 2018: Table Of Contents

Political Analysis

No abstract provided.


Faith In Politics, Teagan Sebba Aug 2016

Faith In Politics, Teagan Sebba

Political Analysis

No abstract provided.


Barbara Norrander: The Imperfect Primary, Eddie Colombo Aug 2016

Barbara Norrander: The Imperfect Primary, Eddie Colombo

Political Analysis

No abstract provided.


The Need For Campaign Finance Deregulation, Matthew Kochen Aug 2016

The Need For Campaign Finance Deregulation, Matthew Kochen

Political Analysis

No abstract provided.


Do Documentary Films Constitute A Social Science, Alyssa Kaiser Aug 2016

Do Documentary Films Constitute A Social Science, Alyssa Kaiser

Political Analysis

No abstract provided.


Effects Of Net Neutrality, John Capobianco Aug 2016

Effects Of Net Neutrality, John Capobianco

Political Analysis

No abstract provided.


A Missed Cut, John Simeone Aug 2016

A Missed Cut, John Simeone

Political Analysis

No abstract provided.


How Can Ict's Be Used To Maximize The Good?, Kayla Rillo Aug 2016

How Can Ict's Be Used To Maximize The Good?, Kayla Rillo

Political Analysis

No abstract provided.


U.S. Grand Strategy: Should America Come Home?, Joseph Riccardelli Dec 2015

U.S. Grand Strategy: Should America Come Home?, Joseph Riccardelli

Political Analysis

No abstract provided.


Realism In Action: Obama's Foreign Policy In Afghanistan, Timothy Hoffman Dec 2015

Realism In Action: Obama's Foreign Policy In Afghanistan, Timothy Hoffman

Political Analysis

No abstract provided.


Czech Republic V. Poland And The Economic Recession: Most Similar Systems Design, Dana Kutzleb Dec 2015

Czech Republic V. Poland And The Economic Recession: Most Similar Systems Design, Dana Kutzleb

Political Analysis

No abstract provided.


Going Rogue? You Bethca!, Dolores Bujnowski Dec 2015

Going Rogue? You Bethca!, Dolores Bujnowski

Political Analysis

No abstract provided.


Pacing A Punch: The Rise In Power Of Super Pacs And The 2016 Election, Kevin Coroneos Dec 2015

Pacing A Punch: The Rise In Power Of Super Pacs And The 2016 Election, Kevin Coroneos

Political Analysis

No abstract provided.


Recovering From Political Scandal: Why Weiner Failed And Barry Stays Strong, Pj Argento Dec 2015

Recovering From Political Scandal: Why Weiner Failed And Barry Stays Strong, Pj Argento

Political Analysis

No abstract provided.


Table Of Contents Dec 2015

Table Of Contents

Political Analysis

No abstract provided.


The Role Of Non-Profit Organizations In The Political Process, Hannah J. Greendyk Dec 2015

The Role Of Non-Profit Organizations In The Political Process, Hannah J. Greendyk

Political Analysis

No abstract provided.


Voter Identification Laws In The 2012 Election, Christian Warneke Dec 2015

Voter Identification Laws In The 2012 Election, Christian Warneke

Political Analysis

No abstract provided.