Dissertations for Industrial and Labor Relations Sociology
Ashton, Charlene Elizabeth
Women in technology: How personal and institutional ecology affects successPh.D. thesis, University of San Francisco.
Hartman, Elmer Earl
Utilizing a distant learning educational model to modernize the labor relations process for the 21st centuryPh.D. thesis, The Union Institute.
Retaining information technology employees in higher educationPh.D. thesis, Western Michigan University.
Houston-Brown, Clive Keith
Perceived barriers to African Americans and Hispanics seeking information technology careersPh.D. thesis, University of La Verne.
Lopez, Leslie Ann
Connecting classroom practice to concepts of culturally responsive teaching: Video analysis in an online teacher education coursePh.D. thesis, University of Hawai'i at Manoa.
Matthews, Geoffrey Elmer
The use of the Internet among faculty at Utah State University: A demographic analysisMaster's thesis, Utah State University.
Otieno, Daniel Ositu
Faculty perceptions of the impact of information technology on tenure and promotion decisions at technologically advanced institutions of higher education: Comparing perceptions of faculty at a teaching university to those of faculty at a research university in the state of New JerseyPh.D. thesis, Seton Hall University, College of Education and Human Services.
“Turning it into a proper business”: The fate of complexity in distance learning corporate discoursePh.D. thesis, The University of Texas at Austin.
Twaddle, Roy Royce
Technology as public education: Determining just wages in a teacher labor contractDoctor of Philosophy thesis, Salve Regina University.