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Thesis, Dissertations, and Student Research

 
 

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This community includes theses, master's projects, research papers, conference proceedings, and other materials in which students were authors, collaborators and participants. It includes research from undergraduate and graduate students.

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  • Kwon, Claire (California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, 2019-05)
    For approximately 40 years, animal thermography has grown due to its non-contact approach in observing the thermoregulatory patterns of various mammals. Extensive work has been done in understanding the thermal patterns ...
  • Hunter, Benjamin (California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, 2019-06-03)
    Free speech has been a big issue in America for numerous decades. In more recent years the two parties seem to have become more polarized on this issue than in decades past. This thesis explores how partisan affiliation ...
  • Santos, Jessica (2019-05-01)
    The westernization of Japan has led many controversies in Japanese culture to come to light like sexuality. In early Japanese culture, the beliefs from Japan's Buddhist religion sees women as below man and considered worthy ...
  • De Leon, Silvia; Pan, Daan (2019-05-01)
    Harvest International is a student-edited journal at Cal Poly Pomona. Its focus is to provide a space for literary content written by students across different cultures, disciplines, and languages. This literary journal ...
  • De Almeida, Alison (2019-04-30)
    Pope's exploration of Homeric sources and its effect on the individuals involved are often the topics of critical examination. Less examined is the source Pope admits to using in his letter to Arabella Fermor in 1714. Pope ...