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Society and Culture Undergraduate Research Forum

 
 

Sonoma State University's Society and Culture Undergraduate Research Forum (SCURF) is dedicated to assisting students in preparing, presenting and publishing their research relating to matters of human society and culture in a professional setting, developing new skills that will be useful in professional and public careers, as well as post-graduate academia, and providing an opportunity for cross-disciplinary collaboration amongst students and faculty.

Recent Submissions

  • Ryan, Tania; Anthropology Department, Sonoma State University (Society and Culture Undergraduate Research Forum, Sonoma State University, 2015)
    Contents: A Giant of Languages: The Impacts of English Lingua Franca on Interactions between Native and Non-Native Speakers in Sweden / Helen Sinor -- Finding the Third Space: A Frontier for Future Foreign Language Learning ...
  • McPeck, Annamarie; Nash, Rocky; Ryan, Tania; Anthropology Department, Sonoma State University (Society and Culture Undergraduate Research Forum, Sonoma State University, 2014)
    Contents: Cumulativeness in Non-Human Primates Suggests Cultural Capability / Lauren Russ -- Laid-Back Lemurs: A Passive Approach to Social Hierarchy / Courtlin Weidel -- Physarum Machines and Network Analysis / Zachary ...