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Dissertation - North America

  • The typical format will see the candidate giving a short (20–40 minute) presentation of his or her research, followed by one to two hours of questions.

Dissertation - North America

  • At some U.S. institutions, a longer public lecture (known as a thesis talk or thesis seminar) by the candidate will accompany the defense itself, in which case only the candidate, the examiners, and other members of the faculty may attend the actual defense.

Dissertation - Russia and Ukraine

  • A student in Ukraine or Russia has to complete a thesis and then defend it in front of their department. Sometimes the defense meeting is made up of the learning institute’s professionals, and sometimes the students peers are allowed to view and/or join in. After the presentation and defense of the thesis, the final conclusion of the department should be that none of them have reservations on the content and quality of the thesis.

Dissertation - Russia and Ukraine

  • A conclusion on the thesis has to be approved by the Rector (academia)|rector of the educational institute. This conclusion (final grade so to speak) of the thesis can be defended/argued not only in the thesis council at, but also in any other thesis council of Russia or Ukraine.

Dissertation - Spain

  • Once candidates have finished their written dissertations, they must present them before a tribunal

Dissertation - United Kingdom, Ireland and Hong Kong

  • In Hong Kong, Republic of Ireland|Ireland and the United Kingdom, the thesis defense is called a (Latin for by live voice) examination (viva for short)

Dissertation - United Kingdom, Ireland and Hong Kong

  • In the United Kingdom, there are only two or at most three examiners, and the examination is in many universities strictly in private—however, in the University of Oxford, at least, in theory any member of the University may attend a DPhil viva (the University's regulations require that details of the examination and its time and place be published formally in advance) provided he or she attends in full academic dress

Dissertation - Submission of the thesis

  • Taylor Francis, Elsevier) use copyright agreements that allow the authors to incorporate their published articles into dissertations without separate authorization.

Dissertation - Submission of the thesis

  • Failure to submit the thesis by the deadline may result in graduation (and granting of the degree) being delayed. At most U.S. institutions, there will also be various fees (for binding, microfilming, copyright registration, and the like), which must be paid before the degree will be granted.

Dissertation - Submission of the thesis

  • Once all the paperwork is in order, copies of the thesis may be made available in one or more university libraries. Specialist abstracting services exist to publicize the content of these beyond the institutions in which they are produced. Many institutions now insist on submission of digitized as well as printed copies of theses; the digitized versions of successful theses are often made available online.

Dissertation - Useful Software

  • There are several software tools helping students to organize academic literature and PDFs, manage their ideas and information, and draft and write their thesis

Anne Hutchinson - Dissension in government

  • Less than a year after Pocasset was settled, it suffered rifts and civil difficulties

Anne Hutchinson - Dissension in government

  • the people grew very tumultuous and put out Mr. Coddington and the other three magistrates, and chose Mr. William Hutchinson only, a man of very mild temper and weak parts, and wholly guided by his wife, who had been the beginner of all the former troubles in the country and still continued to breed disturbance.

Anne Hutchinson - Dissension in government

Anne Hutchinson - Dissension in government

  • During her tenure in Portsmouth, Hutchinson developed a new philosophy concerning religion. She persuaded her husband to resign from his position as a magistrate, as Roger Williams put it, because of the opinion, which she had newly taken up, of the unlawfulness of magistracy. According to historian Murray Rothbard, she had been led by her conscience and by meditation on the Scripture and logic to the conclusion of individualist anarchism.

Anne Hutchinson - Dissension in government

  • Sometime after June 1641, Hutchinson's husband, Will, died at the age of 55, the same age at which Anne's father had died. He was buried in Portsmouth. No record of his death exists, because there was no established church, which would have been the customary repository for such records.

613 Commandments - Dissent and difficulties

  • Rabbinic support for the number of commandments being 613 is not without dissent and, even as the number gained acceptance, difficulties arose in elucidating the list

613 Commandments - Dissent and difficulties

  • Nahmanides held that this particular counting was a matter of rabbinic controversy, and that rabbinic opinion on this is not unanimous. Nonetheless, he concedes that this total has proliferated throughout the aggadic literature... we ought to say that it was a tradition from Moses at Mount Sinai, (Nahmanides, Commentary to Maimonides' Sefer Hamitzvot, Root Principle 1).

613 Commandments - Dissent and difficulties

  • Rabbi Simeon ben Zemah Duran likewise rejected the dogma of the 613 as being the sum of the Law, saying that perhaps the agreement that the number of mitzvot is 613... is just Rabbi Simlai's opinion, following his own explication of the mitzvot. And we need not rely on his explication when we come to determine the Law, but rather on the Talmudic discussions (Zohar Harakia, Lviv, 1858, p.99).


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