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Dissertations - Format & Examples

Use this format to cite doctoral dissertations.

APA (7th) General Format Author Last Name, Author Initials. (Date). Title of dissertation. [Unpublished doctoral dissertation]. Name of Institution.
APA (7th) Example Boerman-Cornell, W. (1997). Learning to see history: A content analysis of the affordances of graphic novels for high school teaching. [Unpublished doctoral dissertation]. University of Illinois at Chicago.
MLA (9th) General Format Author Last Name, Author First Name. Title of Dissertation. Year. Name of Institution, PhD dissertation.
MLA (9th) Example Boerman-Cornell, William. Learning to See History: A Content Analysis of the Affordances of Graphic Novels for High School Teaching. 1997. U of Illinois at Chicago, PhD dissertation.
Turabian (9th) Notes-Bibliography Style General Format Author Last Name, Author First Name. "Title of Dissertation." PhD diss., Name of Institution (no abbreviations), Year.
Turabian (9th) Notes-Bibliography Style Example Boerman-Cornell, William. "Learning to See History: A Content Analysis of the Affordances of Graphic Novels for High School Teaching." PhD diss., University of Illinois at Chicago, 2013.
Turabian (9th) Author-Date Style General Format Author Last Name, Author First Name. Year. "Title of Dissertation." PhD diss., Name of Institution (no abbreviations).
Turabian (9th) Author-Date Style Example Boerman-Cornell, William. 2013. "Learning to See History: A Content Analysis of the Affordances of Graphic Novels for High School Teaching." PhD diss., University of Illinois at Chicago.

 


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