Dissertation Abstracts International

Jordan, C. D. (2014). An examination of emotional intelligence and leadership competencies among Black and White female middle managers. Dissertation Abstracts International Section A: Humanities and Social Sciences, 74(8-A(E)).

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Adams, T. L. (2014). Leader emotional intelligence and workgroup engagement: A quantitative correlational study. Dissertation Abstracts International Section A: Humanities and Social Sciences, 74(12-A(E)).

The Dissertation Abstract - What It Is and What It Accomplishes

Job advertisements vary in what they request upfront. Minimally, you will be asked to send a letter of application and vita. Some ads also specifically request a dissertation abstract. Whether or not an abstract is explicitly solicited as part of the initial application, you can and should send a dissertation abstract along with your application letter and CV.

by Ethan A. EpsteinAbstract of Doctoral DissertationUniversity of Wisconsin-MilwaukeeDecember 2016
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The National Association of Social Workers (NASW) is encouraging all graduate schools of social work to submit doctoral student (PhD/DSW) dissertation abstracts for publication in NASW's Social Work Abstracts database and journal.The Association hopes our regular updates to the database make it easier for graduate schools of social work and doctoral students to continue supporting NASW's Social Work Abstracts database and journal. We look forward to receiving your dissertation abstracts and having them included in the research database of the social work profession.

by Tony KrusAbstract of Doctoral DissertationIndiana University

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Butkiewicz, T. E. (2015). Examining first-line managers' leadership practices, emotional intelligence, and workplace spirituality in the manufacturing industry. Dissertation Abstracts International Section A: Humanities and Social Sciences, 75(8-A(E)).

(also known as Dissertation Abstracts)

The initial one or two paragraphs of the abstract (approximately half a page) should offer an overview of the project: its issues and methods, other relevant work engaged, stakes and contexts. While you might want to repeat a key sentence or formulation that appears in your letter of application, the opening to the abstract should not simply reproduce the paragraph on the dissertation included in your letter. Think of these opening paragraphs instead as an opportunity to flesh out and supplement what you say in the letter. For example, you might want to foreground a different strand of your argument (something that complements without simply repeating what was headlined in the letter). This opening is also an opportunity to situate your project more fully in relation to relevant scholarship in your field(s). Where the description in your letter most likely had to sound a single note (as in, my dissertation takes up X), here you have the relative luxury of space to detail (the interrelation between) a set of concerns (as in, my dissertation takes up X as it illuminates Y in the context of Z). You might want to conclude these introductory paragraphs by discussing your aspirations for the project– what you aim to achieve; how you hope your intervention will advance this or that scholarly conversation.