At the end of the course, as part of the evaluation process, your thesis will be critically discussed and graded in an examination seminar headed by an examiner.
The full complement of CMS graduate student theses — on television, games, activism, education, and more.
With the help of this innovation, people have become closer to each other and can share information and multimedia, exchange messages, and track each other’s online activity with their social accounts.
However, this trend is not seen as a positive change only; while people have become closer and erased the geographical boundaries in communication, this has not in any way made communication heartier or simpler.
With so many opportunities for socializing, people are as lonely as never before, and even having hundreds of friends online does not guarantee you sincerity and closeness of relationships.
Given such a contradictory nature of social media, there is so much interest in researching this topic, so you can receive an assignment on social media writing at any moment.Our department runs a specific course for all students where you will be developing your project, determining your methodological approach, defining your empirical materials, and getting practical advice about writing a thesis.See the documents on how to write your thesis proposal for further guidance.Once the location and dates were set, professional materials such as postcard invitations, gallery cards with an artist statement, posters and a press release were created in response to the theme.The last month was spent framing and designing the layout of the physical exhibit.Theses are also available at DSpace (both CMS and Science Writing), MIT’s own repository for its community’s academic publications.PDF Chapman, Paige Renee Madsen (2018), Innovation attributes and electronic word-of-mouth: impact on likelihood to adopt health apps and health behaviors https://doi.org/10.17077/etd.cfv1-ua9q PDF Ling, Qi (2018), Televising feminism: the Chinese television industry, female television professionals, and neoliberal empowerment https://doi.org/10.17077/etd.9uhrxdi8 PDF Tuwei, David Kiplagat (2018), Communication technology, capabilities and livelihoods: the role of mobile money in facilitating financial inclusion and development in rural Kenya https://doi.org/10.17077/etd.4ghujuli PDF Wellman, Mariah (2018), Gold’s Gym as a “home”: exploring the tensions between traditional bodybuilders and fitness influencers in a commercially branded space https://doi.org/10.17077/etd.v87f8fy5 PDF Carviou, James (2017), Modern family and Family guy: representation and relevancy among Twitter fans https://doi.org/10.17077/etd.kywx8c8y PDF Igram, Sarah E.The exhibit created for this project included forty landscapes and still lifes in a wide variety of media.The title, “Engaging Moments with Ordinary Sights,” came from analyzing the familiar subject matter and charming style of each piece in the collection.Much of the work in this course is devoted to independent research in collaboration with your supervisor, alongside cooperation with other students who will also be working on their respective theses.There is a timetable for the thesis with key dates regarding the thesis outline, supervision, and submission.