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Theses - December 2022
Positive and Negative Effects of Social Media on Adolescent Well-Being
Kennedy, Katie, Minnesota State University, Mankato, 2019, M.S.
Subject: Health education
The Influence of Social Media on Teens' Self-Esteem
Gallagher, Shannon M., Rowan University, 2017, M.A.
Subject: Social psychology
UBER: A Case Study in Strategy, Leadership and Change
Spott, Patrick, The College of St. Scholastica, 2018, M.B.A.
Reforming the criminal justice system: A pragmatic approach to building a sustainable system
Smith, Da'Mon J., University of Central Oklahoma, 2011, M.A.
Subject: Public administration
Progenitor or mere predecessor: A study of ukiyo-e' s place in the development of modern manga through the works of Rumiko Takahashi
Jackson, Julia Fields, University of Missouri - Kansas City, 2014, A.M.
Subject: Art history
The relationship between remote work and job satisfaction: the mediating roles of perceived autonomy, work-family conflict, and telecommuting intensity
Schall, Marie Antoinette, San Jose State University, 2019, M.S.
Social Media Use and Its Impact on Body Image: The Effects of Body Comparison Tendency, Motivation for Social Media Use, and Social Media Platform on Body Esteem in Young Women
Puglia, Deanna R., The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2017, M.A.
Subject: Public health
The Danger of 'No': Rejection Violence, Toxic Masculinity and Violence Against Women
Thacker, Lily, Eastern Kentucky University, 2019, M.S.
Development and validation of the Toxic Leadership Scale
Schmidt, Andrew Alexander, University of Maryland, College Park, 2008, M.S.
Subject: Occupational psychology
Our Sunken Place: "Post-Racial" America in Jordan Peele's Get Out
Hughes, Brooke Dianne-Mae, State University of New York at Buffalo, 2018, M.A.
Subject: Film studies
Facebook and Relationships: A Study of How Social Media Use is Affecting Long-Term Relationships
Farrugia, Rianne C., Rochester Institute of Technology, 2013, M.S.
Subject: Mass communication
Parasocial relationships with celebrities: An illusion of intimacy with mediated friends
Laken, Amanda, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, 2009, M.A.
The impact of the media on public opinion of the police
Mullis, Joseph, California State University, Long Beach, 2009, M.S.
Slurred Speech: Free Speech Rights and Social Media on the College Campus
Barnes, Anne E., University of Minnesota, 2014, M.A.
Subject: Higher education
Reel Women: Gender Stereotypes in Film
Krahn, Kayla, Eastern Michigan University, 2015, M.A.
The construct of psychopathy and its application to serial sexual murder: The cases of Ted Bundy and Edmund Kemper
Healey, James, California State University, Fresno, 2005, M.S.
Understanding the Marketing and Management of Trails Using Pestel Analysis
Fosher, Holly, University of New Hampshire, 2018, M.S.
Application of Investigative Psychology to Psychodynamic and Human Development Theories: Examining Traits and Typologies of Serial Killers
Smith, Jordyn, California Baptist University, 2018, M.A.
Subject: Behavioral psychology
Social Media and Self-Esteem: The Relationship of Social Media Usage and Self-Esteem
Barker, Jody Don, Arkansas State University, 2018, M.S.M.C.
The Croagh Patrick pilgrimage: Identity construction and spiritual experience at Ireland's holy mountain
Johnson, Mira C., University of Oregon, 2011, M.A.
Identity, immortality, interaction: Female funerary monuments as sites of identity building in the Roman Empire
Chen, Amanda Kane, University of Maryland, College Park, 2016, M.A.
Subject: Art history
Why the Long Face? Narratives of Depression in Netflix's "BoJack Horseman"
Pabst, Kevin A., Wake Forest University, 2017, M.A.
Investigating the Prevalence and Risk-Factors of Depression Symptoms among NCAA Division I Collegiate Athletes
Cox, Charles, Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville, 2015, M.S.
The Use of Criminal Profiling in Cybercrime Investigations
Garcia, Natasha, Utica College, 2018, M.S.
Subject: Information technology
Advantages and Disadvantages of Flexible Seating
Havig, Jenna S., Minot State University, 2017, M.Ed.
Gender neutral parenting: An argument for a place on the contemporary feminist agenda
Dumas, Moira Duffy, Southern Connecticut State University, 2014, M.A.
Subject: Women's studies
Child development in war-torn countries and Erik Erikson psychosocial theory of human development
Ramdhan, Natalie Lopes Da Silva, Long Island University, The Brooklyn Center, 2010, M.A.
Subject: Developmental psychology
Generation Z and Corporate Social Responsibility
Uche, Sharon C., Syracuse University, 2018, M.S.
The effects of social media use in undergraduate students
Heffner, Tara M., Rowan University, 2016, M.A.
Subject: Educational sociology
Visualizing brand personality and personal branding: Case analysis on Starbucks and Nike's brand value co-creation on Instagram
Chang, Chia Yu, The University of Iowa, 2014, M.A.
Evolution of leadership theories
Maslanka, Ann M., Grand Valley State University, 2004, M.S.
Subject: Social research
Happily ever after? Redefining womanhood and marriage in nineteenth-century novels
Cox, Laura Elizabeth, University of Arkansas, 2012, M.A.
The interquartile range: Theory and estimation
Whaley, Dewey Lonzo, III, East Tennessee State University, 2005, M.S.
Violence against women and femicide in Mexico: The case of Ciudad Juarez
Panther, Natalie, Oklahoma State University, 2007, M.A.
Subject: Latin American history
A Study of the History of Cryptocurrency and Associated Risks and Threats
Madey, Robert Stanley, Utica College, 2017, M.S.
Subject: Computer science