Formality of Latin description
w.wuster at BANGOR.AC.UK
Wed Nov 22 15:20:28 CST 1995
On Wed, 22 Nov 1995, Frederick J. Peabody wrote:
> > Examined and published doctoral
> > dissertations might constitute an acceptable exception.
> What is the reasoning for holding doctoral dissertations as an exception?
If they are published as written and examined, they will have gone
through the peer review process of the PhD examination. Whether this
exception would be particularly useful or not is open to debate.
Clearly, if they are not published, the question does not arise.
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