Appendix G: Dissertation Examples

G.1 Title Page
 

POLITICAL CORRECTNESS ON CAMPUS:

A STUDY OF ITS PSYCHOLOGICAL IMPACT

BY

Jane Elizabeth Smith

BA, Political Chances University, 1986

MA, Fordham University, 1991


 

DISSERTATION

SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE

DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY

IN THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS AT

FORDHAM UNIVERSITY

NEW YORK

MAY, 1995

G.2 Abstract
 

                        Jane Elizabeth Smith

                        BA, Political Chances University

                        MA, Fordham University

                        Political Correctness on Campus: A Study of Its Psychological Impact

            Dissertation directed by William James, Ph.D.

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G.3 Vita


VITA

            Jane Elizabeth Smith, daughter of Jared and Sarah Smith, was born on August 12, 1966, in Omaha,

Nebraska. Aftergraduating in 1982 from Central Catholic School in Omaha, she entered Political Chances

University as the recipient of the Presidential Classroom Scholarship. In 1986, she received the Bachelor

of Science degree in Psychology.

            From September 1986 to June 1989 she worked for Transitional Services, an issue oriented think-tank.

She then entered Fordham University in 1989, and earned her Master of Arts degree in Psychology in 1991.

During her time at Fordham, she was awarded a University Fellowship and an Alumni Dissertation Award.

While working toward her doctoral degree in Psychology, under the mentorship of Dr. William James, she

worked for Lawson’s Hospital. In January 1995, she began working as a consultant on political correctness for

MADD Magazine.

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