DCU Business School awards 5 doctorate degrees at November Graduation
Congratulations to the following students and their supervisors who were awarded doctorate degrees at the November graduation ceremony:
Vanessa Diaz Moriana Principal Supervisors: Dr Eric Clinton and Dr Teresa Hogan Thesis Title: “Long-Term Orientation in Multi-Generational Family Firms: A Multiple Case Study Analysis”
Stephen Fitzgerald Principal Supervisor: Professor Finian Buckley Thesis Title: “Self-Regulation and Retirement:How Regulatory Focus Affects Pre-retirement Anxiety and Affect”
Louise Marie Gorman Principal Supervisors: Professor Theo Lynn, Dr Mark Mulgrew Thesis Title: “The Role of the Broadsheet Newspaper Media in Corporate Governance: An Exploration into the Market of Corporate Control”
Grace Kenny Principal Supervisor: Professor Regina Connolly Thesis Title: “To Protect my Health, or to Protect my Health Data?’ Examining the Influence of Health Information Privacy Concerns on Citizens’ Health Technology Adoption”
Ashley O’Donoghue Principal Supervisors: Professor Edel Conway,Dr Janine Bosak Thesis Title: “How Constructive and Destructive Leaders Influence Follower Well-being Through the Pathways of Affect and Follower Self-conscious Emotions”
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