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The Sage handbook of digital dissertations and theses / edited by Richard Andrews ... [et al.].

Contributor(s): Andrews, Richard, 1948-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBook; Format: print Publisher: Los Angeles : SAGE, 2012Description: xviii, 530 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.ISBN: 9780857027399 (hbk.); 0857027395 (hbk.).Other title: Digital dissertations and theses.Subject(s): Electronic dissertations | Dissertations, Academic | Tesis doctorales -- Edición electrónica
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The Thesis: Texts and Machines -- New Forms of Dissertation -- The Role of Doctoral and Graduate Schools -- Digital Literacies for the Research Institution -- Media Systems, Multimodality and Posthumanism -- Reframing the Performing Arts -- Complexity Theory -- Re-imagining the Conditions of Possibility of a PhD Thesis -- Traditional Theses and Multimodal Communication -- Ethics and Representation -- Copyright Managment Approaches -- Understanding Identity Representations in Multimodal Research -- The Social Life of Digital Texts in Multimodal Research -- Researching in Conditions of Provisionality: Reflecting on the PhD in the Digital and Multimodal Era -- Practice-as-Research in Music Performance -- Translating Lydia Cabrera: A Case Study in Digital (re)presentation -- Disciplinary 'Specificity' and the Digital Submission -- Digits and Figures: A Manual Drawing Practice and its Modes of Reproduction -- The Research Catalogue: A Model for Dissertations and Theses -- The Changing Role of Library and Information Services -- Animating the Archive -- Establishing the Cybertextual in Practice-Based PhDs -- A Modern PhD: Doctoral Education in Australian Universities in Digital Times -- How Changes in Representation Can Affect Meaning -- Researching Adolescents' Literacies Multimodally -- Implication for Research Training and Examination for Design PhDs -- UNCAGED Boxed-up.

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