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January 2018

Dissertations

  1. The Impact of Texting and Social Media on Students' Academic Writing Skills
    Risto, Angela, Tennessee State University, 2014, Ed.D.
    Subject: Educational administration
  2. UNITED STATES SECURITY INTERESTS IN THE MEDITERRANEAN: SELECTED PROBLEMS
    NEILSON, THOMAS LAVON, American University, 1969,
    Subject: International law
  3. Perceptions of executives from seven selected companies of the use of social media in marketing practices
    Alameddine, Abir, Pepperdine University, 2013, Ed.D.
    Subject: Marketing
  4. Consensus frayed: The Greek colonels, the Turkish embargo, and the crisis of Cold War containment
    Friedman, Michael Jay, University of Pennsylvania, 2003, Ph.D.
    Subject: American history
  5. Measuring corporate social responsibility through organizational values: A scale validation study
    Toliver, Adria Denise, The University of Texas at Arlington, 2013, Ph.D.
    Subject: Occupational psychology
  6. Mise-en-scene of desire: The films of Mizoguchi Kenji
    Kinoshita, Chika, The University of Chicago, 2007, Ph.D.
    Subject: Film studies
  7. Asatru in America: A new American religion
    Calico, Jefferson Forrest, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2013, Ph.D.
    Subject: Comparative religion
  8. Effect of a Business Ethics Course on the Moral Reasoning of Undergraduate Accounting Students
    Fulmore, Anthony Lamont, Northcentral University, 2015, D.B.A.
    Subject: Accounting
  9. United States national security policy towards the North Atlantic Treaty Organization during the Kennedy and Johnson administrations, 1961-1969
    McKnight, Michael Edward, Texas A&M University, 1997, Ph.D.
    Subject: American history
  10. Boy builders and pink princesses: Gender, toys, and inequality over the twentieth century
    Sweet, Elizabeth Valerie, University of California, Davis, 2013, Ph.D.
    Subject: Sociology
  11. Strategic human resource management at the crossroads: Relationships among human resource capital, overlapping tenure, behaviors, and performance
    Harris, Christopher M., The University of Texas at Arlington, 2009, Ph.D.
    Subject: Management
  12. Teachers' beliefs regarding the implementation of constructivism in their classroom
    Beck, Judy, The University of Toledo, 1997, Ph.D.
    Subject: Curriculum development
  13. The impact of organizational culture, structure, and strategy on knowledge management effectiveness and organizational effectiveness
    Zheng, Wei, University of Minnesota, 2005, Ph.D.
    Subject: Management
  14. Essays on information environment of international financial markets
    Xie, Junqiang, City University of New York, 2013, Ph.D.
    Subject: Finance
    Social Media Addiction among Adolescents in Urban China: An Examination of Sociophysiological Traits, Uses and Gratifications, Academic Performance, and Social Capital
    Huang, Hanyun, The Chinese University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong), 2011, Ph.D.
    Subject: Mass communication
  15. Three essays on cross-listing
    Wang, Liu, Old Dominion University, 2010, Ph.D.
    Subject: Finance
  16. Empirical relationships among servant, transformational, and transactional leadership: Similarities, differences, and correlations with job satisfaction and organizational commitment
    Washington, Rynetta R., Auburn University, 2007, Ph.D.
    Subject: Management
    Revisiting fundamental concepts of transformational leadership theory: A closer look at follower developmental processes
    Lippstreu, Michael, Georgia Institute of Technology, 2010, Ph.D.
    Subject: Occupational psychology
  17. The effects of cross-listing of non-United States firms on the New York Stock Exchange
    Oran, Adil, Texas Tech University, 1999, Ph.D.
    Subject: Finance
  18. THIRTEEN ESSAYS FROM THE THREE YEARBOOKS "DAS MEISTERWERK IN DER MUSIK" BY HEINRICH SCHENKER: AN ANNOTATED TRANSLATION. (VOLUMES I-III)
    KALIB, SYLVAN SOL, Northwestern University, 1973,
    Subject: Music
  19. Measurement of perceived organizational readiness for change and employees' attitudes toward change in the public sector
    Cinite, Inta, Carleton University (Canada), 2006, Ph.D.
    Subject: Management
  20. Conceptualizing Empowerment in International Development Education
    Hegeman-Davis, Raya G., University of Minnesota, 2013, Ph.D.
    Subject: Education policy
  21. Exploring generational differences among Millennials, Gen Xers, and Baby Boomers: Work values, manager behavior expectations, and the impact of manager behaviors on work engagement
    Murphy, Michelle Marie, Alliant International University, 2011, Ph.D.
    Subject: Organizational behavior
  22. America's Germany, Germany's Europe: Konrad Adenauer, the CDU/CSU, and the politics of German Westbindung, 1949-1963
    Granieri, Ronald Joseph, The University of Chicago, 1996, Ph.D.
    Subject: European history
    Island radicals: The emergence and consolidation of the Cypriot Left, 1920-1960
    Panayiotou, Andreas, University of California, Santa Cruz, 1999, Ph.D.
    Subject: Social structure
  23. Juror perceptions of juveniles transferred to criminal court: The role of generic prejudice and emotion in determinations of guilt
    Beringer Jones, Megan, The University of Nebraska - Lincoln, 2011, Ph.D.
    Subject: Behavioral sciences
  24. Learning to be engaged: Leader goal orientation, employee goal orientation and the mediating role of employee learning on employee engagement and performance
    Pollock, Patrick W., St. Ambrose University, 2015, D.B.A.
    Subject: Business administration
    Leadership and management skills of preservice teachers
    Koh, Shana E., The Claremont Graduate University, 2008, Ph.D.
    Subject: Teacher education
  25. Reading mothers and daughters: A psychological, historical, and literary analysis
    Gistrak, Jennifer Ellen, Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology, 2000, Psy.D.
    Subject: Clinical psychology

Masters Theses

  1. 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
  2. The impact of cultural differences on Asian American college students' emotional wellness
    To, Sandy, California State University, Long Beach, 2013, M.S.
    Subject: Counseling Psychology
  3. Images, madness, and the gods: Plato's critique of poetry, use of literary tropes, and treatment of poetic inspiration as divine madness
    Watkins, Dru, University of Houston-Clear Lake, 2014, M.A.
    Subject: Philosophy
  4. The United States and the unification of Western Europe, 1956--1964
    Manuel, Vivian, University of Wyoming, 1965, M.A.
    Subject: Political science
  5. The emergence of the Cold War: Critical issues in Soviet-American relations 1917-1948
    Hubis, Harold Jeffrey, San Jose State University, 1994, M.A.
    Subject: American history
  6. Girls for a Change: Exploring the role of technological and visual literacies in a high school setting to create social change
    Morales, AnaLuisa H., Prescott College, 2014, M.A.
    Subject: Educational technology
  7. A study of customer satisfaction factors and employee satisfaction in the hospitality industry
    Novikova, Ksenia, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, 2009, M.S.
    Subject: Recreation
  8. "Babbitt": Loss of human values
    McNary, Leonora P., California State University, Dominguez Hills, 2003, M.A.
    Subject: American literature
  9. Ethics and business decision-making
    Jaunich, Gregory J., The College of St. Scholastica, 2012, M.B.A.
    Subject: Management
  10. The benefits of early comprehensive youth obesity prevention strategies outweigh the costs to consumers and reimbursers
    Alver, Amalie, Boston University, 2016, M.S.
    Subject: Public health
  11. Two Qualitative Case Studies Examining the Parent-Child Interaction in Home-Based Musical Play Experiences
    Choi, Yoon Kyoung, Arizona State University, 2013, M.M.
    Subject: Music
  12. Gender discrimination in the workplace
    Childs, Sheena, State University of New York Empire State College, 2012, M.A.
    Subject: Women's studies
  13. Designing Infographics to support teaching complex science subject: A comparison between static and animated Infographics
    Hassan, Hesham Galal, Iowa State University, 2016, M.F.A.
    Subject: Design
    Numerical and experimental analysis of photovoltaic panel cooling
    Subhan, Abdul, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (Saudi Arabia), 2012, M.S.
    Subject: Mechanical engineering
  14. Relationship Between Job Satisfaction and Nurse to Patient Ratio with Nurse Burnout
    Teeter, Kayla, Gardner-Webb University, 2014, M.S.N.
    Subject: Nursing
  15. Regulating cryptocurrency to prevent fraud and money laundering
    Ngai, Kenneth, Utica College, 2014, M.S.
    Subject: Banking
  16. Heritages: Mother/daughter relationships in three novels by Chinese American women
    Guo, Yan, The University of Regina (Canada), 1995, M.A.
    Subject: American literature
    Prediction of Septic Shock in Patients with Hematologic Malignancies
    Hu, Scott B., University of California, Los Angeles, 2013, M.S.
    Subject: Medicine
  17. Mother/daughter dyads: Female identity construction in three contemporary female Bildungsromane
    Walters, Melanie L., Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, 2008, M.A.
    Subject: American literature
  18. The effects of social media on national security within the United States
    Lumpp, Taylor G., Utica College, 2014, M.S.
    Subject: Web studies
  19. Weeding the garden: Transforming the Inner Critic and allowing our innate creativity to flourish
    Crawford, Nan, California Institute of Integral Studies, 2001, M.A.
    Subject: Developmental psychology
  20. Disney princess "2.0": A feminist critique of Disney's newest generation of princesses
    Rome, Jennifer M., University of Nebraska at Omaha, 2013, M.A.
    Subject: Communication
  21. The glint of gold: Press coverage of the discovery of Tutankhamun's tomb
    Arakaki, Jon S., University of Nevada, Las Vegas, 1999, M.A.
    Subject: Journalism
  22. Urinary biomarkers and association with recovery from severe AKI
    Agarwal, Rahul, Yale University, 2013, M.D.
    Subject: Medicine
    Business Intelligence: Evolution and Future Trends
    Bataweel, Dalal Suliman, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, 2015, M.S.
    Subject: Information technology
  23. Reading images: Visual and critical literacy strategies as methods of meaning construction
    Comacchio, David John, University of Toronto (Canada), 2006, M.A.
    Subject: Reading instruction
  24. Lien entre le sentiment d'auto-efficacite et l'epuisement professionnel chez des enseignantes et enseignants et inventaire des obstacles et facilitateurs a leur epanouissement professionnel
    R. Doyon, Pascal, Universite du Quebec a Trois-Rivieres (Canada), 2013, M.A.
    Subject: Pedagogy
  25. Evolution of a president: John F. Kennedy and Berlin
    Labinski, Nicholas, Marquette University, 2011, M.A.
    Subject: Communication
    One Belt One Road: China's Nation-Building Initiative
    Zhang, Yizhi Jing Jing, The George Washington University, 2017, M.A.
    Subject: International relations

ETD Basics

What is an ETD?

An electronic thesis or dissertation (ETD) is digital version of a dissertation that is available to the public via the internet. Universities and colleges in the United States and abroad have been moving toward this type of publication for the past decade. Johns Hopkins started its own ETD program beginning in the fall semester of 2013.

Who is affected?

  • All PhD Students
  • Masters students with a required thesis may submit; contact your program office for information
  • Other graduate degrees: Consult with your graduate office

How and when do I submit my ETD?

  • Submit after you have defended your thesis or dissertation and made all edits required by your committee
  • Login with your JHED ID to the JHU ETD submission system, fill in the required metadata, and upload a PDF/a file of your thesis or dissertation
  • The required PDF/a file format is different from a standard PDF. Please see the formatting page for further instructions

Fee Payment

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NOTE: This option is available at departmental discretion. Request that the department administrator fill out the PDF form and submit it to the ETD Coordinator.

  • In-Person or Mail: Digitization Unit, A-level, Milton S. Eisenhower Library (M-F, 9 am to 5 pm)
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Workshops

We will be offering a series of one-hour ETD workshops throughout the semester. Please join us to learn more about the submission process, how to format your ETD, and copyright concerns. Keep watching this space for more times and locations. We will broadcast each workshop via Adobe Connect.

We currently have no live workshops scheduled, but a recorded version is available. Future workshops will be posted to the Library Trainings & Workshops page.

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