Dissertation Works Cited

Next month I will be defending my dissertation. This means I have to send it off to my committee this week. So since I had to get my chapters all together and formatted, I thought I would go ahead and share my works cited in case anyone is interested:


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  1. noobsa44

    I would love to see your dissertation, as you cite my Netlink FAQ. I think this is the first time I have been cited! 🙂

  2. Simon Dor

    Just discovered your blog via Gamesnetwork. I will have to keep updated on your work since there is probably a lot of links with mine. Glad to have found your thesis online, I will look at this more deeply!

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