• 2016 Ronald E. McNair Summer Research Journal

      Volpe-van Dijk, Herma; The College at Brockport (The College at Brockport, 2016-07-01)
      2016 Ronald E. McNair Summer Research Journal features abstracts of the summer research of the following students: Charles Alford, Rachel Campbell, Sam Chudyk, Robert L. Darrisaw Jr., Ann Marie Duprey, Angelica Gomez, Jianna Howard, Rashana Vikara Lydner, Sidnee McDonald, Adebayo Oluyole, Adwoa Opoku-Nsiah, Delasia Rice, Iliana Ruiz, Cheryl Sampson, Ashley White, and Bria Wilkins.
    • 2017 Ronald E. McNair Summer Research Journal

      Thompson, Barbara; The College at Brockport (The College at Brockport, 2017-01-01)
      2017 Ronald E. McNair Summer Research Journal features abstracts of the summer research of the following students: Melissa Brown, Levi Clarke, Maame Esi Aggrey, Brenda Jackson, Lucky Summer Light, Anthony (Akil) Manning, Kaleem T. Mogent, Bridgett Oyeyemi, Christopher W. Rivera, Gloria Schou, Sakeena Sogren, Michelle Thomas, Denise Torres and Shaday Turner.
    • A Commentary on Morse Peckham's "Romanticism and Behavior"

      McElrath, Joseph R.; The College at Brockport (1974-01-01)
    • A Comparative Onomastic Vignette of the Picaresque Novel in Spain and Mexico

      Alvarez-Altman, Grace; The College at Brockport (2014-10-20)
    • A concise theory of meaningfulness in literary naming within the framework of The Pragmatic Theory of Properhood

      Coates, Richard; University of the West of England, Bristol (2015-11-03)
      No abstract.
    • A Face of Poverty

      Brown, Melissa (2017-09-07)
      The circumstances are different for every individual who lives in poverty. Society foremost believe the information about poverty from people who have not experienced it, as opposed to the people who have. When people in poverty try to defend themselves from societal stereotypes, they are pushed back and told to know their place. It is as if we have zero credibility in our experiences living in poverty. The policies targeting people in poverty do not include us in the decision making. We are told to just get up and walk out of poverty. We are stereotyped and shunned from the economically privileged in society. If we are to one day become successful, we are still not worthy enough of the upper classes. We have aspirations, intelligence, experience, families, compassion, and most importantly we, have lives. People in poverty have stories that many could not fathom. This is my story.
    • A Feminist Perspective on the History of Women as Witches

      Rosen, Maggie (2017-09-07)
      This paper explores the ways that women have been deemed witches throughout history. Salem, 1692, was a heightened time for witch accusations. The women accused left a mark on history and their identities became the mainstream stereotype of witches seen in media and pop culture. Transgressive women and women in power are called witches in contemporary United States as they were hundreds of years ago. The witch image is used to reinforce gender inequality and marginalize women who push back against our patriarchal society.
    • A Fine Forehand

      Ziff, Paul; University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill (1974-01-01)
    • A Mysterious Case of Missing Value

      Conee, Earl; University of Rochester (2016-08-23)
    • A New World of Synthetic Materials

      2019-04-22
      A history of synthetic materials from 1869-1939.
    • A Note on Professor Edel’s Paper

      Black, Max; Cornell University (1970-01-01)
      Professor Edel’s conclusions are excessively mild. We are often frighteningly ignorant of the consequences of scientific and technological innovations. This ignorance requires a much greater degree of caution in science than Professor Edel has admitted.
    • A Pragmalinguistic Study of Yoruba Personal Names

      Ogunwale, Joshua Abiodun; Obafemi Awolowo University (2012-01-01)
      By virtue of their morphology and pragmatic effects, name-forms are lexical. However, proverbs are usually copious linguistic expressions that transcend mere lexical units. This study gives a description and analysis of the forms and contents of certain proverbial expressions whose linguistic forms and discursive roles have permitted their usage as Yorùbá personal names. Two major tasks are crucial in the following analysis: a characterization of the process involved in the change, and the explication of the interface between the pragmatics and semantic contents of this class of names. Essentially, therefore, the paper pursues answers to the following questions: how are the sentential features of Yorùbá proverbs reduced to the morphological/lexical status of names and why are some proverbs usable as names and a wide range of others not attested? And, arising from those two questions, what is the status and what are utilitarian effects of this class of names in pre-literate Yorùbá society? It is hoped that the provision of answers to the above questions would suggest reasons why certain rules; i.e. construction of certain types, occur in certain communication situations and thus highlight the interface between construction types and their uses.
    • A Psychologist's Response to Philosophical Analysis: Comments on Freeman's "Objectivity and the Transactional Theory of Perception

      Lindauer, M. S.; The College at Brockport (1972-01-01)
      Professor Freeman’s treatment of the psychological aspects of perception reflects a general problem which typifies most philosophical discussions of psychological topics, namely, the absence of sufficient attention to psychological details.
    • A Queer and Pleasant Danger: The True Story of a Nice Jewish Boy who Joins the Church of Scientology, and Leaves Twelve Years Later to Become the Lovely Lady She is Today by Kate Bornstein ( 2012): Book Review

      Tucker, Daphne (2018-08-27)
      This essay, which describes my curiosity on transgender identity, is a book review of the memoir by Kate Bornstein, A Queer and Pleasant Danger: The True Story of a nice Jewish boy Who Joins the Church of Scientology, and Leaves Twelve Years Later to Become the Lovely Lady she is Today (2012).
    • A Reckoning of Sorts on the Prospects of Moral Philosophy

      Margolis, Joseph (1994-01-01)
      Western philosophy has tended to distinguish between the use of our cognitive powers in theoretical and practical matters. Moreover, Western philosophy has persuaded itself that whatever is valid in human judgment depends upon and implicates necessary invariances. These assumptions are manifested and developed, most prominently, in Aristotle and Kant. This paper argues against both of these assumptions of the Western philosophical tradition.
    • A Response to Cognition and Consciousness: The Humanities and the Elementary School Teacher

      Simmons, George; Johnson, John W.; The College at Brockport (1973-01-01)