When students do particularly good work, we want to tell the world about it.
Below are some examples of some of the best pieces of work that some of students have produced over the past few years. Dissertations are more extensive (12,000 words) analyses on topics negotiated between student and supervisor.
This page includes criteria for assessment, relation to theoretical courses, seminars and other exercises during the time of writing.
There is also a template for the thesis and other information.
Students were also given the choice of devising their own questions to explore the wider implications of the Asia-Pacific region in global politics.
These essays critically analyse, guided by a range of suggested questions, the interaction of religion and politics in a case study chosen by the student.
For additional inquiries, please contact the repository administrator via e-mail or by telephone at 519-884-0710 ext. PDF Assessing the Stability of Elite Political Culture: An Empirical Analysis of the Attitudes of Elected Officials in Canada, Lydia Summerlee PDF Opportunity, Tools and Support: NGO Engagement in the Security and Disarmament Field, Sarah Estabrooks PDF Autonomy and genetic predisposition: The relationship between original organizational configuration and the tendency for autonomy.
An analysis of three drop-in centres servicing street youth, Heike Mertins PDF Cognitive assimilation-contrast effects among partisan identifiers: An analysis of the 1993 Canadian national election, Jordan Colby PDF Gaining the competitive advantage: Ontario universities and the global economy, Jonathan Sidney Greene PDF Selective incentives and the formation of interest groups: The case of the Canadian Federation of Students (CFS), Peter Dow Arthur PDF Collective consciousness and self-societal definition: A theory and model for a direct democracy, John Blaikie Armstrong PDF A tripolar world? Bachert-Burke PDF Government and interest group relations: An analysis of the Canadian Association for the Advancement of Women and Sport, Susan Lesley Forbes PDF Turkey's experience with corporatism, Nilgun Onder PDF The impact of home entertainment technologies on government's ability to regulate sexually explicit materials, Mike Strathdee PDF Negativity in the evaluations of political leaders, Timothy John Stanford Utting PDF Party images and party identification in Canada, Ian Cotter PDF The impact of trait attributions on evaluations of political leaders, Cathy Widdis Barr PDF Quebec-US Relations Under the Parti Quebecois, D. Weber PDF African Political Instability: Theoretical Implications, Jo Ann Mourides PDF The Structure of Party Solidarity in the Ontario Legislative Assembly, James Edward Twiss PDF The Political Implications of the Canada-United States Automobile Agreement, William G.
The students’ topics are discussed and each student is assigned a supervisor with the theme of the thesis in mind.
More information about this is available on-line on the course websites for the respective courses in Live(at)Lund.