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  • Yepez, Estrella Iclea (San Francisco State University, 2018)
    The aim is to discuss the basic laws in which fascism emerges. These basic guidelines, if you will, are determinant in distinguishing regimes and movements from being authoritarian, totalitarian, and in this case, fascist. ...
  • Ghorbanian, Payam (San Francisco State University, 2017)
    The persistence of Khamenei’s leadership stems not only from his authoritarian rule but also from his ability to organize status groups in Iran. These status groups received prestige and recognition from Ayatollah Khamenei. ...
  • Bernstein, Andrew Sylvain (San Francisco State University, 2017)
    In this project I aim to test the effect that misperceptions (that is, false or unsubstantiated beliefs about politics) have on the way people vote in binding referendum elections. Through the quantitative analysis of ...
  • Novakovic, Jelena (San Francisco State University, 2017)
    In this study, the author examines the influence of the identity factors on expressions of nationalist sentiments toward immigrant minorities in the European Union (EU). Relying on the assumption that the civic-ethnic ...
  • Nguyen, Alexander Lieu (San Francisco State University, 2017)
    The Thesis demonstrates that racism is a present day practice of modem society. The complexity of racism is the constant adjustment throughout different eras of makes its behavior difficult to detect. However, by taking ...