Dissertations for Philosophy
Archibald, William Charles
Taking writing on-line: The intersections of rhetoric, technology, and community in the composition classroomPh.D. thesis, The University of North Dakota.
Brooke, Collin Gifford
Lingua fracta: Rhetoric and identity in the late age of printPh.D. thesis, The University of Texas at Arlington.
Crow, Sheila M.
Multimedia education focusing on the role of narrative and virtues in the everyday ethical practices of medicinePh.D. thesis, Union Institute and University.
Fischer-Fortier, Katherine D.
Scaffolding ethical argumentation in an undergraduate philosophy course through collaborative technologiesPh.D. thesis, University of Washington.
The making of art and the knowledge of peace: A grounded theory study of video ART iculation as a learning tool in a dialogic program of peace educationDoctor of Philosophy thesis, New York University.
Tool-being: Elements in a theory of objectsPh.D. thesis, DePaul University.
In search of the meaning of technology: A Vygotskian's cultural-historical study in higher educationPh.D. thesis, University of Idaho.
Technologies of ideology: A contribution to a critique of movie theoryPh.D. thesis, University of South Florida.
Saito, Ron Shiro
From instructional social computer simulation to Heidegger's aestheticsPh.D. thesis, Indiana University.
Webster, Mark David
Philosophy of Technology Assumptions in Educational Technology Leadership: Questioning Technological DeterminismPh.D. thesis, Northcentral University.
White, Amy E.
The obscenity of Internet pornography: A philosophical analysis of the regulation of sexually explicit Internet contentPh.D. thesis, Bowling Green State University.