Kuperberg, Arielle

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When the lights go down: why do people still go to the movies? 2017 601 This study explored why individuals still attend movie showings in a theater environment when so many alternatives are available in the digital age. The goals of this paper were to understand the behavior of movie-going using theoretical research, qu...
Family, friends, finance. An analysis of income and attachment in friendships and marriage 2016 706 This thesis examines the effect of varying income levels on the attachment of men and women to friends and their spouse. It is hypothesized in this thesis that family income will impact men and women differently. Additionally, it is hypothesized that...
Aid to and from Family by Immigrants in College 2019 300 This thesis examines various types of financial transfers between college students and their family members and how they differ by immigration status. Types of financial transfers examined include whether family members: helped students make tuition ...
The Road Less Traveled: The Achievement Gap in College and Differences by Parents’ Education, Gender, and Race 2018 307 The author explored social factors that contribute to participation or non-participation in honors program to further understand the achievement gap that exists at the collegiate level. Parents' education, race, and gender (independent variables) wer...
The date and hook-up social scripts: patterns of sexual partnering among college students in the United States 2012 4334 Using the Online College Social Life Survey (OCSLS, N=24,131 students 22 institutions), I conduct empirical analyses in an effort to differentiate and understand the date and hook-up social scripts. These scripts address sexual partnering, and existi...