Dissertations

In order to contribute to the social science knowledge base, our research data has been used to support and further the higher education of graduate students in multiple disciplines. All research is done in compliance with necessary university research protocols to ensure proper use of the data collected by the IOE. The following is a brief listing of doctoral dissertation which illustrates various research topics. Links to abstracts or full text are provided when available.

(in alphabetical order)

  • Employee Perceptions of Organizational Quality and Learned Helplessness Attributes in Higher Education.  by Noel G. Landuyt  » MORE
  • Information Technology Impacts on Organizational Effectiveness in Human Service Organizations.  by Chih-Chung D. Huang  » MORE
  • The Role of Followers in the Continuity of Change in Public Sector Organizations.  by Jeannie J. Weaver  » MORE
  • An Understanding of the Capabilities and Limitations of Technology-Based Solutions to Child Protective Services: Using Knowledge-Based and Process-Oriented Mediation Model.  by Kyeonghee Jang  » MORE
  • Social Capital in Human Service/Child Welfare Organizations: Implications for Work Motivation, Job Satisfaction, Innovation, and Quality. by Salvador Montana Macias  » MORE
  • The Effect of Empowerment on Burnout of Female Employees in Health and Human Service Organizations in the State of Texas.  by Yeojin Lee  » MORE
  • Child Welfare Supervisor Retention: An Exploratory Study of Personal and Organizational Resilience.  by Angela Rachelle Ausbrooks  » MORE
  • Communicating your Participation at Work. An Exploration of Participation Types, Communication Behaviors, Organization Commitment and Satisfaction.  by Christine E. Cooper   » MORE
  • The Effects of Employment Development and Other Factors on Job Satisfaction, Intention to Stay and Among Staff Employees at Four Year, Public Universities Located in Texas.  by Floyd Quinn  *In Progress

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