Dissertation abstracts international. B. The sciences and engineering

Sherrod, N.B. (2002). A few good men ll: Distinguishing between men with high and low endorsement of rape-supportive attitudes. (Doctoral dissertation, University of Missouri - Columbia). Dissertation Abstracts International, 63, 4235.

Dissertation abstracts international. A, Humanities and social sciences

Longfellow, C. A. (2004). Enhancing school-home communication through technology in Christina School District (Delaware). Dissertation Abstracts International, 65(05), 1748A. (UMI No. 3133814)


Dover, W. F. (2001). Dissertation AbstractInternational, 62, no. 07A

Dissertation abstracts international. A. The humanities and social sciences

Shiffman, C. (2009). The emerging academician: The rise of the online adjunct faculty. Dissertation Abstract International, 70(2). (UMI No. AAT 3344730).Retrieved October 20th 2009, from Dissertations and Theses database.


The writing of is challenging due to the many chapters which make up the and the months of primary and secondary research it calls for. This task stresses out many students who are doing their undergraduate or doctoral degrees. However obtaining this degree is an important aspect. Depending on the subject area, students will be writing many types of dissertations. Which ever type the dissertation is, a is an important part of the dissertation. It helps readers identify what the dissertation is conducted upon and provide a summary of the entire research study. Such abstracts are the ones which student can refer to in dissertation abstract international database. Dissertation abstracts international or DAI is an electronic database similar to digital dissertation databases which stores theses and dissertations. Most North American educational institutes and a few international ones require their students’ dissertation or thesis to be submitted to this database upon completion. Once it is submitted the DAI will publish an abstract of the dissertation in order to make it easy for students who are doing research or dissertations to view it within specified fields of studies. If the abstract indicate the overall thesis to be relevant to the researching student’s study, they will request for a full version of the dissertation publication.