I ain't fattening frogs for snakes: An inquiry into the application of creativity research to teaching practice by Crowe, Byron Dan, Ph. Multimodal expressive arts therapy and pain management by Kasai, Aya, M. Title in italics Doctoral dissertation. Retrieved from ProQuest Dissertations and Theses. An inquiry into the application of creativity research to teaching practice Doctoral dissertation.
Title in italics Master's thesis. Images of pain, images of pain relief: Multimodal expressive arts therapy and pain management Master's thesis. An inquiry into the application of creativity research to teaching practice.
Dissertation, California Institute of Integral Studies. Multimodal expressive arts therapy and pain management. Thesis, California Institute of Integral Studies. Before we talk about referencing , let's talk plagiarism. To "plagiarise", according to the dictionary, means 1. In other words, plagiarism is an act of fraud. It involves both stealing someone else's work and lying about it afterward.
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Dissertation – A document submitted to earn an advanced degree, such as a doctorate, at a university. Citing a thesis or dissertation from a database Structure: Last, F.M. (Date published). Title (Doctoral dissertation or master’s thesis).
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Available from ProQuest Dissertations and Theses database. (UMI No. ) Thesis/Dissertation – Institutional Database (i.e. University website) For U.S. thesis do . 3) CIIS citation formats – APA, MLA, Chicago, AAA 1) Are dissertations published or unpublished – and how can I tell the difference? The majority of dissertations done at institutions in the United States and Canada – including CIIS – and some dissertations from institutions in other countries are published through ProQuest/UMI.
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