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Title The Sage handbook of digital dissertations and theses / edited by Richard Andrews [and others].
Imprint London ; Thousand Oaks, Calif. : Sage Publication, 2012.

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Description 1 online resource (xviii, 530 pages) : illustrations
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Available only to authorized UTEP users.
Online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on May 25, 2012).
Subject Electronic dissertations.
Dissertations, Academic.
Electronic information resource searching.
Genre Electronic books.
Contents SECTION 1 INSTITUTIONAL PERSPECTIVES -- 1. The Thesis: Texts and Machines / Stephen Boyd Davis -- 2. New Forms of Dissertation / Jude England -- 3. The Role of Doctoral and Graduate Schools / Andrew Tolmie -- 4. Digital Literacies for the Research Institution / Colin Milligan -- SECTION 2 STUDENT PERSPECTIVES -- 5. Media Systems, Multimodality and Posthumanism / Lesley Gourlay -- 6. Reframing the Performing Arts / Zoe Beardshaw Andrews -- 7.Complexity Theory / June Elizabeth Parnell -- 8. Re-imagining the Conditions of Possibility of a PhD Thesis / Jude Fransman -- 9. Traditional Theses and Multimodal Communication / Dylan Yamada-Rice -- SECTION 3 ETHICAL AND INTERCULTURAL ISSUES -- 10. Ethics and Representation / Mary Brydon-Miller -- 11. Copyright Management Approaches / Damien O'Brien -- 12. Understanding Identity Representations in Multimodal Research / Pauline Hope Cheong -- 13. The Social Life of Digital Texts in Multimodal Research / Myrrh Domingo.
SECTION 4 MULTIMODALITY, INCLUDING THE REPRESENTATION AND PRESENTATION OF THESES AND DISSERTATIONS -- 14. Researching in Conditions of Provisionality: Reflecting on the PhD in the Digital and Multimodal Era / Gunther Kress -- 15. Practice-as-Research in Music Performance / Mine Dogantan-Dack -- 16. Translating Lydia Cabrera: A Case Study in Digital (re)presentation / Anna-Marjatta Milsom -- 17. Disciplinary SÌ€pecificity' and the Digital Submission / Susan Melrose -- 18. Digits and Figures: A Manual Drawing Practice and its Modes of Reproduction / Juliet MacDonald -- SECTION 5 ARCHIVING, STORAGE AND ACCESSIBILITY IN THE DIGITAL AGE -- 19. The Research Catalogue: A Model for Dissertations and Theses / Michael Schwab -- 20. The Changing Role of Library and Information Services / Joanna Newman -- 21. Animating the Archive / Martin Rieser -- 22. Establishing the Cybertextual in Practice-Based PhDs / Lisa Stansbie -- SECTION 6 RESEARCH METHODS.
23.A Modern PhD: Doctoral Education in Australian Universities in Digital Times / Denise Beale -- 24. How Changes in Representation Can Affect Meaning / Amy Alexandra Wilson -- 25. Researching Adolescents' Literacies Multimodally / Tiffany DeJaynes -- 26. Implications for Research Training and Examination for Design PhDs / Joyce S.R. Yee -- 27. UNCAGED Boxed-up / Ralf Nuhn.
Summary This is a theoretical and practical guide on how to undertake and navigate advanced research in the arts, humanities and social sciences.
Other Author Andrews, Richard, 1948-
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Other Title Print version: Sage handbook of digital dissertations and theses. Los Angeles ; London : SAGE, 2012 9780857027399