Spring 2005 Perspectives
This online journal is dedicated to showcase exceptional academic accomplishments of undergraduate students at the University of New Hampshire.
The following submissions exemplify knowledgeable and innovative achievements in social research and theory. The views expressed in the following submissions do not reflect the beliefs of the University of New Hampshire or the editors of this journal.
A sincere thanks to Professor Linda Blum and Professor Cliff Brown for overseeing this 10th edition of Perspectives. We would also like to acknowledge Melia Knowles-Coursin, whose work in the spring of 2004 provided a template for this issue. A special thanks to Professors Bobick, Rebellon, VanGundy, and Moran for their contribution to the development of the journal submissions.
The editors: Jillian Kalosky Renée Lavoie Katie Limoges
Rioting: The New College Craze – Jill Dumaine
Justice Studies at UNH – Karen Van Gundy and Ellen S. Cohn
Reflections on Marx, Weber, and Work – Joel Klinker
SOC 697: Sociological Perspectives on Terrorism – Renée Lavoie
Societal Reaction to and Impact on Interracial Relationships – Katie Limoges