MARS

MARS is a service of Mason Publishing and the Digital Scholarship Center at the George Mason University Libraries. Home of the Electronic Theses and Dissertations, as well as faculty research publications and data files, MARS provides access to the intellectual work of the Mason community.

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  • Robertson, Stephen (2020)
    For six decades beginning in the 1870s, American private detectives operated as a de facto national police force, filling the gap in policing services at the state and federal level that existed until the expansion of the ...
  • Goldman, Jonathan
    This qualitative study explored the effects of attending Shimer College, a small Midwestern Great Books school. The research design was a case study in which I interviewed 16 people who attended Shimer between 1960 and ...
  • Roser-Renouf, Connie; Myers, Teresa; Maibach, Edward (2020)
    This is the second of two reports about American adolescents and climate change. In the first report, we described teens’ knowledge, attitudes, and sources of climate change information. In this report, we analyze their ...
  • Roser-Renouf, Connie; Maibach, Edward; Myers, Teresa (2020)
    The past several years have witnessed a dramatic increase in young people’s activism on climate change, accompanied by calls for society to act more aggressively to protect their futures. To better understand what young ...
  • Myers, Teresa; Roser-Renouf, Connie; Maibach, Edward (2020)
    This report summarizes the results of a nationally representative survey of American adults conducted in 2018. The report’s findings are intended to support NASA’s efforts to inform and educate the American public on the ...
  • Brett, Megan; Kelly, Mills; Robertson, Stephen; Wilkinson, Corinne; Walters Cooper, LaQuanda; Dauterive, Jessica (Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media, 2020-06-05)
    Based on the learning modules of our online course, Creating Local Linkages, the Local History Activity Guide includes models for public programs in libraries, especially those public libraries with special collections ...
  • Fahringer, Alyssa Toby (Digital Scholarship Working Group, 2020-07-20)
  • Kelly, Mills (2019-05-01)
    This website is a project of the students in the course "Dead in Virginia" (History 300) at George Mason University. It represents the work of students from three different iterations of the course, the first of which took ...

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