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2022 Vol. 23

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Journal of Undergraduate Research 2022 vol.23
TABLE OF CONTENTS

Maryam Elhabashy
Anthropology

Beyond Alternative: Hijama’s Place in the Health Beliefs of Muslim Women Living in America

15

Matthew Kelbaugh
Linguistics/History

Restoring Russian Hegemony in the Caucasus: Coverage of Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili and the 2008 Russo-Georgian War in Russian and Ukrainian Print Media

115

 

Terrence Moore
Social Work

Physician–Assisted Suicide and Maryland’s End-of-Life Option Act

41

Tristan Heibel
English

Agency in the Representations of Medieval Aristocratic Women in the Illuminated Manuscripts of Chrétien de Troyes

141

 

Keren Herrán
Public Health

Analysis of Mental Well-being of Environmental Migrants in Maryland: A Comparison Study

53

Melissa A. Williamson
History

The Role of Art in the Tulipmania Speculation during the Dutch Golden Age

 

Karina Lopez-Brown
Information Systems

Digital Divide During the COVID-19 Crisis: Lack of Internet Connectivity and Community Mesh Networks

83

Yoni Isaacs
History

At the Birth of Modern Socialism: A Comparative Study of the Ideas of Thomas Paine and Thomas Spence

201

 

Joshua Walters
Mathematics

Mathematical Model of Computer Viruses Spread on a Closed Network

97

   

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05/18/2022