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Rev. 06/19/08 DISSERTATION MANUAL
 

Summary: Rev. 06/19/08
DISSERTATION MANUAL:
Guidelines for Doctoral Dissertations
CURRY SCHOOL OF EDUCATION
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA
2008-2009
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Table of Contents.........................................................................................................................i
Preface ........................................................................................................................iv
PART I: General Suggestions and Expectations .....................................................................1
Purposes of the Dissertation.....................................................................................................1
Questions Worth Answering .....................................................................................................1
Reviews of Literature ................................................................................................................1
Research Designs and Data Analyses .....................................................................................3
Protection of Human Subjects and the Institutional Review Board Process.............................4
Relationships With Schools and Other Agencies That Provide Data........................................5
Writing Style .........................................................................................................................6
Reference Style ........................................................................................................................8
Schedule of Tasks and Accomplishments ................................................................................9

  

Source: Acton, Scott - Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Virginia

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences