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The Woman Doctorate, Her Doctoral Study, And Postdoctoral Career Development , Gillian Elliott Smith Jan 1983

The Woman Doctorate, Her Doctoral Study, And Postdoctoral Career Development , Gillian Elliott Smith

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

Increasing numbers of women are earning doctorate degrees each year, and women constitute an increasing proportion of new doctorate recipients, but women doctoral students and graduates are a small minority of all women, and a minority in almost all fields of study and work settings, which sets them apart as a group subject to a peculiar set of problems;The first study of women doctorate holders was made in 1930, yet this study has seldom been referenced by other researchers, and comparisons of more recent women doctorate recipients with their earliest counterparts have not been made. Despite subsequent research, the ...


Development And Validation Of A Measure Of Computer Anxiety , Matthew M. Maurer Jan 1983

Development And Validation Of A Measure Of Computer Anxiety , Matthew M. Maurer

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

The potential of the computer is very high; however, a computer is only a servant to those using it, and beyond that, it has little value. To obtain the benefits of this powerful machine, lay individuals in the society are probably going to have to consciously choose to use computers. Superficially, this may seem very simple, but there is at least one major impediment that prevents many from making the choice to use computers. Many have a sense of anxiety approaching fear when they interact with machines, especially computers.


Five Black Educators: Founders Of Schools In The South, 1881-1915 , Arnold Cooper Jan 1983

Five Black Educators: Founders Of Schools In The South, 1881-1915 , Arnold Cooper

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

The purpose of this dissertation is to present an analysis of the educational history and philosophy of five black educators who founded schools in the South between 1881, the year that Booker T. Washington's Tuskegee Institute was established, and 1915, the year that Washington died, and who wrote published autobiographies during the same period. Specifically, the political and racial factors that influenced the programs of each school were examined, the development of six features of each institution--students, alumni, faculty, curriculum, extension, and fund raising--was traced from the founding of each school until the publication of the founder's autobiography ...


Persuasion And Instructional Media: The Use Of A Fear Provoking Videotape To Change Attitudes Toward Smoking In Field Dependent/Independent College Students, Timothy Lee Berry Jan 1983

Persuasion And Instructional Media: The Use Of A Fear Provoking Videotape To Change Attitudes Toward Smoking In Field Dependent/Independent College Students, Timothy Lee Berry

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

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