It is one such image, that of "magician", which is the subject of this thesis. Given this contrast between the archetype as such and the archetypal image in which it finds cultural expression, "the magician" might better be regarded as an archetypal image than as an archetype itself. Jungian usage is, however, inconsistent on this point and because one so often sees the magician referred to directly as an archetype,10 I have adopted this usage for my thesis. This seems the simpler and more straight-forward course.
Large Portions of Text Maps If copyright permission is needed, you must submit written approval for the use of the copyrighted material along with your thesis or dissertation.
Substituting Copyrighted Materials in Theses and Dissertations The Office of Graduate Studies encourages students to seek permission to use copyrighted material in their theses and dissertations. Your work is published after it is submitted in approved form to the Office of Graduate Studies and will be available to audiences who wish to know more about the subject you investigate.
The more full and complete the thesis or dissertation, the better the experience for your reader, and therefore the better the response to the fruits of your hard work. However, if you are unable or unwilling to obtain copyright permission for some of the materials in your research, you may substitute other items for the copyrighted material.
Redrawing or tracing of maps, images, graphics, etc. References to URLs, printed documents or physical locations where the copyrighted material can be found. A student whose thesis or dissertation has had copyrighted material removed prior to submission must have his or her advisor sign a document reading: I certify that I approve the thesis or dissertation in this form.
The student has presented accurate information as to where the removed, copyrighted material can be found. Examples of restricted information include classified or proprietary materials.
This policy was approved by the Graduate Faculty Senate. Questions regarding the applicability of this policy to thesis or dissertation content should be referred to the Office of Graduate Studies.
The body of the text should be centered on the page, both vertically and horizontally. Use the month and year of your graduation, not the month and year of your defense. To have your material copyrighted, you must pay an additional fee. Copyright registration provides a measure of security, but does not expand your legal rights to your intellectual property.
The copyright page will appear after your Title page and before your Approval page. This page is not counted, numbered or listed in the Table of Contents. It has created a guide to copyright for dissertation and thesis authorsincluding how to avoid copyright infringement and how to protect your own copyrights.
The document also includes a sample permission letter you may use to obtain permission for using copyrighted material in your dissertation or thesis.
It follows your title page, unless you have included the optional copyright pagein which case it will follow the copyright page. The title must be centered. Each person on your committee must be listed. A separate, signed copy of your approval page must also be submitted to the Office of Graduate studies.
If used, it comes after the approval page. It is not counted, numbered or listed in the Table of Contents. It is used to acknowledge those who have supported you during your graduate studies. This is not typically the place to recognize those who assisted you in your academic research, which is done on the required Acknowledgements page.placement in the table of contents is consistent with the weight indicated by the heading’s placement in the text.
Maintain a 1½ inch left margin for the entire dissertation (beginning with the title page and continuing through the last page of the last appendix).
Official SHSU Directions. These are specific directions for graduate students who are submitting a thesis or dissertation as a part of their degree at Sam Houston.
3 EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION OF SCHOOL LEADERS Table of Contents Chapter One -- Introduction 4 Chapter Two -- Literature review 8 Chapter Three -- Methodology 1 MASTER’S THESIS GUIDE Table of Contents 1.
Title Page_ 2 2. General Guidelines 3 Length 3 Submission Process 3 Grading of the Master’s Thesis 4.
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Schwendtner. Sample Thesis Pages (revised January ) The Graduate College. master’s thesis and doctoral dissertation. Begin abstract on page Roman numeral two.
The full list of Graduate College thesis requirements is available at Sample Table of Contents (Short) TABLE OF CONTENTS.