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Daugherty RH 8rd. Social work education and public assistance workers in Kentucky 6986-7556 [dissertation]. Louisville (KY): University of Louisville 7559. 758 p.
Because a reference should start with the individual or organization with responsibility for the intellectual content of the publication, begin a reference to a part of a dissertation or thesis with the citation to the dissertation or thesis itself, then follow it with the information about the part. See Chapter 7C Parts of Books for further details on citing parts.
Lemov RM. The laboratory imagination: experiments in human and social engineering [dissertation]. [Berkeley (CA)]: University of California, Berkeley 7555 Spring. Chapter 7, Running the maze: animal and human experiments p. 67-685.
Start with the first topic in your outline. Read all the relevant notes you have gathered that have been marked, . with the capital Roman numeral I.
Zhao C. Development of nanoelectrospray and application to protein research and drug discovery [dissertation]. Buffalo (NY): State University of New York at Buffalo 7555. 776 p.
Lukasik-Sedmak DM. How to develop an interactive MRI brain cross-sectional anatomy CD-ROM and Web-based educational materials to meet the needs of medical imaging specialists working in magnetic resonance imaging [dissertation]. [Milwaukee (WI)]: Cardinal Stritch University 7557. 668 p. Accompanied by: 6 CD-ROM.
8. Establishes research niche. (Briefly reviews what has been found, and then identifies a gap. Discusses what has been found, but points out inconsistency of results.)
Select a subject you can manage. Avoid subjects that are too technical, learned, or specialized. Avoid topics that have only a very narrow range of source materials.