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Open Water 2010

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The aim of this journal is to create a forum for the expression and consideration of both central and marginal political issues through scholarly research and analysis. These topics should be of contemporary or future relevance, and evaluated within political, historical, economical, anthropological, or sociological contexts. This analysis should serve as a foundation upon which to base further discussion of domestic and international matters, and inspire meaningful participation in an enlightened debate of political issues. In providing undergraduates an open, non-partisan and structured context in which to put forth their ideas, this journal aspires to contribute to the composite value of knowledge from which well-reasoned and eclectic thought may spring. Open Water is published annually, and is open to submissions from all students at St. Mary’s College of Maryland.
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Edition
2010
Published
September 28, 2011
Language
English
Pages
66
File Format
PDF
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