Scholarship from the California State University on a shared, open platform.
Why upload your work to ScholarWorks?
Freely share your work alongside CSU peers for a global audience. Increase your readership, citation counts, and impact on your field.
Go ahead and bookmark that link. You and others will always be able to find it again.
ScholarWorks is maintained by experts in the CSU Libraries who are committed to consistent access as systems and standards change over time.
We're currently migrating content from our old system to this new platform. Learn more.
Capstone projectGray, RyanThis study’s main focus is on students that are facing different disadvantages because of the poverty they live with and what schools and communities are doing to help. The data collected is from articles, studies, and an interview with a community pa . . .
ArticleMeyer, John M.I am a strong proponent of cross-disciplinarity as a scholar, as a participant in collaborative research projects, and as someone responsible for crafting academic programs. Yet given the inescapable influence of disciplinary knowledge production, I h . . .
Capstone projectGonzalez, MiriamThe intention of this paper is to discuss the occurrence of a Pandemic during 2020. How is COVID-19 a huge impact in the educational system and how is remote learning limiting the students? The United States is not the only country on the planet that . . .
Masters ThesisCrowley, Jack Arthur.The Cosunnes Copper Mine is a contact-metasomatic copper deposit located in the Sierra Nevada Mountains approximately fifteen miles southeast of Placerville, California. The deposit is located near the western margin of a large marble and biotite s . . .
Book ChapterGardner, Carolyn CaffreyThis work is chapter #13 from the book, Hidden Architectures of Information Literacy Programs: Structures, Practices, and Contexts edited by Carolyn Caffrey Gardner, Elizabeth Galoozis, and Rebecca Halpern published by ACRL. . . .
DissertationFrancisco Orlando CastilloThe passage of Senate Bill 1440 was meant to strengthen the pipeline from a California Community College to a California State University. This study analyzed how AS-T in Business Administration earners and non-AS-T in Business Administration earners . . .
ArticleMeyer, John M.An absolutist concept of property has the power to shape and constrain the public imagination. Libertarian theorists normatively embrace this concept. Yet its influence extends far beyond these proponents, shaping the views of an otherwise diverse arr . . .
Book ChapterMeyer, John M.This introductory chapter offers an overview of the context, content, and history of environmental political theory (EPT) as a field of study within political science. It starts by differentiating EPT from both the subfield of political theory and oth . . .
Book ChapterMeyer, John M.Must citizens of wealthy consumer societies sacrifice to avert the worst consequences of climate change and achieve environmental sustainability? Many environmentalists suppose that considerable sacrifice is necessary but that it is unlikely to be ach . . .
Book ChapterRethinking the Environment for the Anthropocene Political Theory and Socionatural Relations in the New Geological Epoch, Vocations of (Environmental) Political Theory in the AnthropoceneMeyer, John M.This chapter explores the possibilities for broadly interdisciplinary knowledge about planetary futures, with a particular eye on the role that political theorists might play. I reflect upon two interrelated questions: First, what sorts of scholars ar . . .