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  • Hamilton, Lee Richard (San Francisco State University, 2019-09)
    This is a Liberal-Peace argument that global free trade has been beneficial world-wide. Trade with China has been to the mutual benefit of both the United States and China. Pre-tariff data in the automotive sector from ...
  • White, Aaron David (San Francisco State University, 2019)
    Advances in cosmology over the last several decades have radically changed our understanding of the Universe. These discoveries offer a unique opportunity to connect and deeply engage students with authentic, rigorous ...
  • Werder, Brianna (San Francisco State University, 2019-05)
    Twitch.tv is a social media platform which originally marketed itself specifically for gamers but has more recently gained recognition as appealing to aspiring live streamers of all interests. Social media platforms have ...
  • Weinberg, Rachel Beth (San Francisco State University, 2019-08)
    Colonial, asexually reproducing organisms are typically treated as genetically homogenous entities composed of clonal units. However, processes such as fusion and somatic mutation may lead to the integration of multiple ...
  • Vengco, Timurhan Ecarma (San Francisco State University, 2019-08)
    This thesis examines authorship and identity through the player’s relationship with the avatars of God of War III and The Last of Us. God of War III allegorizes a poststructural understanding of authorship, as the game ...