Browsing Faculty of Social Sciences by Subject "Texas"
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"Don't mess with Texas": A Quantitative Study of Party Polarization, and the Constituencies' Effect on Legislators' Ideology within the Congressional Delegation from Texas in the United States House of Representatives (The University of Bergen, 2015-05-31)Since the 1980s there has been a significant increase in polarization between the Republican and Democratic parties in the United States Congress. This thesis looks further into the increase in polarization in the United ...Master thesis
Performing us and the others. Latino identification through expressive culture in a Texan theater company (The University of Bergen, 2011-06-14)When represented in media, Latinos in the United States are often associated with immigration, border control, drug dealing, gangs or the rising use of Spanish in the U.S. The large and heterogeneous Latino population has ...Master thesis