Undergraduate Research Journal, Volume 5


Undergraduate Research Journal, Volume 5

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Title: Undergraduate Research Journal, Volume 5
Author: University of Texas at Austin
Abstract: Table of contents: Applicability of the Geneva Convention (III) to the Global War on Terrorism: History and Perspectives / by Ryan Kingsbury (p.1-14) -- Communal Care of Offspring in the White-faced Capuchin Monkey (Cebus capucinus) / by Kristin A. Hook (p.15-22) -- Quetzalcoatl: A Mestizo Myth / by Sara Enright (p.23-31) -- CLC-4-TTS and Fire Vox: Enabling the Visually Impaired to Surf the Internet / by Charles L. Chen (p.32-42) -- A Series of Stages: A Theatrical and Historical Reading of Moscow and Yershalaim in The Master and Margarita / by Anna E. Shoemaker (p.43-51) -- Handheld Device for Remotely Measuring Brain Function / by Adam Wang (p.52-65) -- On Writing Illness: How Virginia Woolf Finds a New Language for Illness in The Voyage Out, Mrs. Dalloway, and The Waves / by Adam Critchfield (p.66-74) -- Kiss and Tell: Racial and Ethnic Variations in Adolescent Dating and Sexual Practices / by Emily A. Fisher (p.75-86) -- The Struggle for Identity Internal Tensions of Mexico’s Partido Acción Nacional / by Carlo Daniel Guerra (p.87-105)
Department: Undergraduate Studies, School of
Subject: Undergraduate research College students' writings
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2152/10248
Date: 2006

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