posted on Jan, 27 2012 @ 04:29 PM
You should be able to read theses (usually both PhD and MA) on the electronic media page of almost any university nowadays.
At the University of the Western Cape (UWC) in South Africa you can read every successful thesis since 2004.
From there you should get an initial list, and also a keyword option for your search.
Every thesis opens with an Abstract (a concise summery of what you will get).
Traditionally you had to go to a special library to read it, or get some special permission to loan it as a post-grad.
In those days there were only two physical copies (unless it was published) in the library.
Nowadays they actually want it on the Internet, for many reasons, but also because plagiarism can be easily detected with some programs.
Of course various institutions vary, but I've had no problem finding various theses on the net.