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  1. Understanding the Purpose of Modern Adaptations of Classic Works of Dramatic Literature: A Case Study of Anton Chekhov by Corinne Hundt — Middlebury College, Department of Literature, Critical Essay, Fall 2010 1 2

  2. Planning Language and Discourses of Accessibility by Tim Ross — York University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 2011 3 4

  3. For the love of experience: Changing the Experience Economy Discourse by J.M.C. Snel — University of Amsterdam, Faculty of Economics and Businesse, Dissertation, 2011 (ISBN 978-90-8891-308-2) 5 6

  4. Exploring Google and Artificial Intelligence: Is AI Possible? by Sue Pragston — Trinity University, Computer Science Department, Student Pages, Midterm, June 2009 7 8

  5. 5 Great Comedies of the Last Decade by Rian Sparhawk — Chatham University, The Plot Thickens, Student Pages, 2010 — (Published with Robin Williams, Jerry Seinfeld, Horace Walpole, John Cleese, Simon Pegg, Rob Corddry) 9

  6. Redesigning the Future: Creating an Efficient Launch for Technology Companies by Maria Kulse — Helsinki University of Technology, School of Arts, Design and Architecture, 2012 (IDBM Master's Thesis)10

  7. Courtesy Quotes to Dr. Wise Young — Rutgers University, Collaborative Neuroscience Spinal Cord Injury Project, Community Discussions, 2006

  8. La Comunicazione Politica Nell'era Del Web 2.0 Un Esempio: Barack Obama — Universit'a degli studi Milano-Bicocca, Corso di Laurea in Scienze e Tecniche Psicologiche, 2009, (WSJ Article Mention)

  9. Social Networks in Political Campaigns: Facebook and the 2006 Midterm Elections by Christine B. Williams and Jeff Gulati — Bentley University, Bentley College Department of International Studies, 2007, (WSJ Article Mention) 11 12

  10. Eugenics: Past, Present, and Future by Nathaniel Douglas May — The University of Arizona, 2013, Thesis for Honors College, Molecular and Cellular Biology 13

References


  1. blogs.middlebury.edu/middlab/files/2111/04/ENAM-One-Semester-Critical-Essay-Fall-2010-Corinne-Hundt.pdf 

  2. Hundt, Corinne. "Understanding the Purpose of Modern Adaptations of Classic Works of Dramatic Literature: A Case Study of Anton Chekhov." Case Study. Middlebury College, 2010. Web. 3 Mar. 2012. blogs.middlebury.edu/middlab/files/2111/04/ENAM-One-Semester-Critical-Essay-Fall-2010-Corinne-Hundt.pdf 

  3. Ross, Tim. Inspirational Cryptograms. York University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 2011. Print. 

  4. A Major Paper submitted to the Faculty of Environmental Studies in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master in Environmental Studies. York University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. March 31, 2011. 

  5. dare.uva.nl/record/390030 

  6. Snel, J.M.C.. "For the love of experience: Changing the Experience Economy Discourse" Dissertation. University of Amsterdam, 2011. Print. 2012. dare.uva.nl/record/390030 

  7. www.resnet.trinity.edu/mgoff/midterm/aipossible.html 

  8. Pragston, Sue. "Exploring Google and Artificial Intelligence: Is AI Possible?" Is AI Possible. 16 Mar. 2009. Web. 4 Mar. 2012. www.resnet.trinity.edu/mgoff/midterm/aipossible.html 

  9. Sparhawk, Rian. "The Plot." Comedies - Plot. 2010. Web. 3 Mar. 2012. personal.chatham.edu/students/RSparhawk/final/plot.html 

  10. Kulse, Maria. Redesigning the Future: Creating an Efficient Launch for Technology Companies. "How to introduce Lean Startup process into a medium-sized IT vendor, namely Futurice?". Helsinki University of Technology, School of Arts, Design and Architecture, 2012. Print. 

  11. blogs.bentley.edu/politechmedia/wp-content/uploads/2007/09/apsa-2007-facebook1.pdf 

  12. Williams, Christine B. "Social Networks in Political Campaigns: Facebook and the 2006 Midterm Elections." Lecture. 2007 Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association. Illinois, Chicago. Aug.-Sept. 2007. American Political Science Association. Web. 4 Mar. 2012. blogs.bentley.edu/politechmedia/wp-content/uploads/2007/09/apsa-2007-facebook1.pdf 

  13. May, Nathaniel. Eugenics: Past, Present, and Future. The University of Arizona, 2013. Print. 




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