Thesis Search Page
CCT theses completed after 2005 may not appear on this site but may be available through the University's Electronic Thesis Database.
As of May 2009, all CCT graduates are required to submit their theses electronically through the university system.
If you do not find a thesis you are looking for on the CCT site, you can search the Georgetown University Library (search by thesis title or author in the main catalog search function).
Most recently posted CCT theses:
- Active Citizenship via Personal Expression: Building Civic Youth Identity in Community After School Art Programs
- Privacy: How Do We Define It, Assess It, And Then Seek to Protect It Online and Why?
- Leveling the Playing Field: An Examination of Compensatory Journalism in the 2008 Republican Primary
- Information Literacy on the Web: How Visual and Textual Cues Contribute to Website Credibility Assessments
- Captured by Google: Street View as Ideological Digital Apparatus
- From Coding to Community: Iteration, Abstraction and Open Source Software Development
- Persuasion and Propaganda in Networked Communication: Anti-globalization Activists and the Tactics for New Media
- The Pop Culturalization of U.S. Politics: A Counterintuitive Agenda of Irresponsible Hypermedia for the Possibility of a Reborn Democracy
- The Daily Show Effect: Humor, News, Knowledge and Viewers
- Bridging Divides: Social Networks and Communication Technologies in Ukraine
- Apr 1, 12pm-1pm: Thesis Presentation: Sara Levine
- Apr 1, 7pm-8pm: Thesis Presentation: Lucas Regner
- Apr 4, 1pm-2pm: Thesis Presentation: Stevie Chancellor
- Apr 7, 5:30pm-7pm: CCT Alumni Panel: Careers In IT Consulting
- Apr 12, 10am-4pm: CCT Accepted Student Open House
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