Senior Sociology major Evelyn Daugherty has been awarded a prize in the 48th Annual Midwest Sociological Society Student Paper Competition. The competition received a record number of entries this year.

The Midwest Sociological Society (MSS), founded in 1936, is a professional organization of academic and applied sociologists as well as students of the discipline.

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Submissions from 2009

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Style and Consumption Among East African Muslim Immigrant Women: The Intersection of Religion, Ethnicity, and Minority Status, Jennifer Barnes

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A Tale of Two Townships: Political Opportunity and Violent and Non-Violent Local Control in South Africa, Alex Park

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Student Political Advocacy: Professors, Parents and Volunteer Service as Key Social Forces, Jenna M. Perkins

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Remedial Strategy or Subliminal Racism? A Comparative Study on the Origins of Affirmative Action Policies in South Africa and Malaysia, Chen-Yu Wu

Submissions from 2008

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Choosing Truth: The Influence of Function, Institutions, and Global Culture on the Establishment of Truth and Reconciliation Commissions, Claire B. Posner

Submissions from 2007

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The Origins of Truth and Reconciliation Commissions: South Africa, Sierra Leone, and Peru, Ashley DeMinck

Submissions from 2006

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Policing Sexuality in America’s Churches: Theological, Congregational, and Political Influences on Regulation of Same-Sex Behavior, Demoya R. Gordon

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"Political Economy" : Variability and Consistency in the Development of Worker Owned Cooperatives, Cris Ramon