abstracts of thesis
Sensitivity Analysis of DSC Measurements of Denaturation of a Protein Mixture
Embodying Social Advocacy
The abstracts will also be published as part of JPHDC’s regular issues for referencing purposes.
Theses abstracts can be linked to the institutional repository (if applicable). The abstracts will be indexed by search engines and are also searchable on this site, leading to greater exposure of institutional research.
ISA will make it available on this website so that others will see what you are doing. That way you will be able to discover others studying similar things.
The ISA has undertaken a new initiative to create an international community of young sociologists who are in the middle of their PhD dissertations or have completed them in the last 5 years. We are asking you to post dissertation abstracts (in English), together with a small amount of information about yourselves.
Your abstract briefly summarizes the content of your thesis. A good abstract will concisely present the objective, method, results, and conclusion of your research. It will omit unnecessary background information and references to other works. An undergraduate Honors thesis abstract should be limited to 150 words.
The following links connect to documents containing recent Honors thesis abstracts. Use these documents as
- a guide to writing your own thesis abstract;
- an indicator of the type of thesis you can write;
- a directory of professors in various departments who have mentored theses;
- a way to discover the diversity of interest found in the Honors Program.
2020 Honors Thesis Abstracts (.pdf)