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Theses - May 2022

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. Subject: Psychology

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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. Subject: Psychology

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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

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Advantages and Disadvantages of Flexible Seating

Havig, Jenna S., Minot State University, 2017, M.Ed. Subject: Education

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The Influence of Social Media on Teens' Self-Esteem

Gallagher, Shannon M., Rowan University, 2017, M.A. Subject: Social psychology

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The Danger of 'No': Rejection Violence, Toxic Masculinity and Violence Against Women

Thacker, Lily, Eastern Kentucky University, 2019, M.S. Subject: Criminology

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A Study of the History of Cryptocurrency and Associated Risks and Threats

Madey, Robert Stanley, Utica College, 2017, M.S. Subject: Computer science

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UBER: A Case Study in Strategy, Leadership and Change

Spott, Patrick, The College of St. Scholastica, 2018, M.B.A. Subject: Management

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Employees' Fairness Perceptions of Workplace Social Media Monitoring: Privacy Invasiveness, Smartphone Ownership, and Employee Work Period

McCord, Melissa N., Middle Tennessee State University, 2018, M.A. Subject: Occupational psychology

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Positive and Negative Effects of Social Media on Adolescent Well-Being

Kennedy, Katie, Minnesota State University, Mankato, 2019, M.S. Subject: Health education

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Perverse fascination: Medium, identity, and performativity in the art of Kara Walker

DiTillio, Jessica, University of Oregon, 2012, M.A. Subject: Art history

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An examination of muscle activation and power characteristics while performing the deadlift exercise with straight and hexagonal barbells

Camara, Kevin, California State University, Fullerton, 2015, M.S. Subject: Kinesiology

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K-pop, language, and online fandom: an exploration of korean language use and performativity amongst international k-pop fans

Crow, Teahlyn Frances, Northern Arizona University, 2019, M.A. Subject: Sociolinguistics

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Effectiveness of YouTube Advertising: A Study of Audience Analysis

Rodriguez, Paula R., Rochester Institute of Technology, 2017, M.S. Subject: Communication

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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

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Reel Women: Gender Stereotypes in Film

Krahn, Kayla, Eastern Michigan University, 2015, M.A. Subject: Communication

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All The Web's A Stage: The Dramaturgy of Young Adult Social Media Use

Riccio, Jaime R., Syracuse University, 2013, M.A. Subject: Mass communication

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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

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Flexible Seating: Effects of Student Seating Type Choice in the Classroom

Allen, Callie, Western Illinois University, 2018, M.S.Ed. Subject: Elementary education

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Call-out culture: How online shaming affects social media participation in young adults

Huffman, Ethan M., Gonzaga University, 2016, M.A. Subject: Mass communication

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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

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What Makes Apple Consumers Brand Loyal? The Effects Brand Personality, Reputation, and Brand Identity on Brand Loyalty

Pinson, Caroline, University of South Carolina, 2012, M.S. Subject: Marketing

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Teacher Perceptions of Effectiveness of the Zones of Regulation

Kisiel, Karli, Southern Connecticut State University, 2019, M.S.W. Subject: Social work

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Parasocial relationships with celebrities: An illusion of intimacy with mediated friends

Laken, Amanda, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, 2009, M.A. Subject: Journalism

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From Social Media Uses and Gratifications to Social Media Addiction: A Study of the Abuse of Social Media Among College Students

Liu, Yuchen, University of Kansas, 2016, M.S. Subject: Mass communication

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Exploring the Existence of a "Documentary Effect": Examination of True Crime Documentaries on Judgments of Evidence Manipulation and Perceptions of Police

Doughty, Kathryn A., Arizona State University, 2018, M.S. Subject: Law

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An examination of CAD use in two interior design programs from the perspectives of curriculum and instructors

Al-Mousa, Nadya, Queen's University (Canada), 2013, M.Ed. Subject: Curriculum development

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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

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Cyber-Terrorism: Finding a Common Starting Point

Biller, Jeffrey Thomas, The George Washington University, 2012, LL.M. Subject: Law

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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

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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

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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. Subject: Kinesiology

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