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Verlagsvertrag Dissertation Examples


Informationen zum Verlagsvertrag

Im Verlagsvertrag übertragen die Autoren gewisse Veröffentlichungsrechte an den Verlag, damit dieser die Arbeit in angemessener Weise publizieren kann. Nach wie vor ist eine Veröffentlichung als Buch unser Haupttätigkeitsgebiet. Daneben und falls vom Autor gewünscht können Arbeiten auch noch zusätzlich als E-Book veröffentlicht werden. Wenn Sie Sonderbedingungen in Ihrem Verlagsvertrag verankert wissen möchten (Nebenrechte wie z.B. die Übersetzung in fremde Sprachen sich vorbehalten möchten etc.) sprechen Sie uns an!


Der Verlagsvertrag regelt neben den Veröffentlichungsrechten auch Punkte wie die Aufmachung, das Autorenhonorar oder den Ladenpreis sowie alle Fragen, die bei der Veröffentlichung einer wissenschaftlichen Arbeit anstehen.


Wenn Sie eine Dissertation veröffentlichen wollen oder beabsichtigen eine Diplomarbeit zu veröffentlichen, senden wir Ihnen mit unserem Angebot einen speziell für Sie ausgearbeiteten Vertrag zu. Bei anderen Arbeiten (Aufsatzbänden, Kongressbänden etc.) werden die Verträge auf das jeweilige Veröffentlichungsprojekt zugeschnitten.


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Past Dissertations

Below are the titles of dissertations completed by last year's finalists. For older examples, please click on the appropriate year in the list at the end of the page.

Dissertations of Finalists 2017

  • Why does Pakistan claim Kashmir? An International Relations Theories Approach.
  • Adapting to the present and mitigating the future: An analysis of the status development of environmental refugees in the international legal system.
  • The beginning of the end. The 1950s and 1960s: A study of the contradictions and fundamental failings in Soviet economic planning.
  • Public participation and informality in the politics of community gardening: A comparative study of Berlin and Paris.
  • Anger and expectation.
  • The tabloidization of terrorism news: A universal phenomenon? A test of François Debrix's theory of tabloid terror on French televised news after the November 2015 Paris attacks.
  • Democracy "Damned": An investigation into the rise and fall of the Sivens Occupation.
  • Sadness transmission across different modalities: Implications for emotional evocation and memory through narrative.
  • Refugee representation in Slovakia: A discourse analysis in light of the European refugee crisis.
  • She flies, she runs, she conquers. Empowered women in film, creating an identity during the German reunification.
  • "A sea of men": Gender and discursive representation of the Calais camp.
  • Is there room for forgiveness in legal punishment?
  • What determines the effect of foreign direct investment on labour productivity and capital productivity?
  • The true meaning behind "Made in China": A not so silky road to Chinese labour law enforcement.
  • The promise and paradox of a queer haven: A homonationalist analysis of LGB asylum discourses in the UK.
  • Does female participation in armed groups help explain variation in sexual violence? Analysing sexual violence in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
  • The Right of Reservation in the EEA Agreement: An analysis of why Norway has never reserved itself against EU legislation the country is obliged to adopt under the EEA Agreement.
  • Compensation strategies against child labour in Cambodia. An interpretivist’s insight into parents’ experience and motivations.
  • Does microfinance influence attitudes towards gender equality in Poland?
  • Constructivism revisited: A critical look at Russian advancements on the Crimean Peninsula.
  • A case for the hybrid mediator: Conflict resolution in Mindanao.
  • The heart of Europe? Patočka's conception of Czech identity.
  • Two comedies - one humanity.
  • Why did the Oslo Peace Accords fail? An analysis of the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict 1993-2005.
  • Automation and the German welfare state: An assessment of policy responses.
  • Human rights vs. religious and cultural rights in the elective circumcision of minors.
  • How do emotions work? A study of William Lyons' causal-evaluative theory.
  • "I do not agree to these Terms": Challenging the notice and consent approach to data protection in the Big Data era.
  • How effective was the European Union as a mediator in Israel-Palestine? The case of Operation Protective Edge.
  • "Another world is possible": Building the Larzac movement 1971-81.
  • Making sense of 'Printemps Républicain': The emergence of a new political actor movement.
  • The news-media as a strategic actor in the aid allocation framework: How does the British print news-media frame public and governmental discourse of Official Development Assistance?
  • Regional cooperation: A flawed solution to transnational terrorism? The case of ECOWAS and UEMOA in West Africa.
  • Communitarian-liberal debate through the spectacles of agonism.
  • Ethnic lifelines. How ethnic ties can secure loyalty of the armed forces during mass uprisings in authoritarian states.
  • Do European structural and investment funds truly contribute to economic development? A cross-regional case study of Slovakia.
  • The Public Sphere of Jürgen Habermas: The concept and its limitations. A critical study of the theory of the public sphere and its normative status within the context of the mass media.
  • Civil society activism and democratic accountability in Trinidad and Tobago: The Case of Section 34.
  • What does it take to be a successful mediator? A study based on the Ukraine crisis.

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