Recently Completed Theses - Department of History.

Ph.D. Ian Robinson. Quinn, Joseph. Irish Personnel in the British Armed Forces during the Second World War. PhD: Eunan O'Halpin. Sheridan, James. The Irish Hydra: English Policy in Gaelic Ulster, 1567-76. PhD: Ciaran Brady. Walker, Patricia. Virtue and Vice: Murder and Execution Pamphlets in Elizabethan and Jacobean England. PhD: Graeme Murdock. Walsh, Fionnuala. The Impact of the Great War.

Rachel Killean Phd Thesis

I, Rachel Ruby Doern, hereby certify that this thesis, which is approximately 100,000 words in length, has been written by me, that it is the record of work carried out by me and that it has not been submitted in any previous application for a higher degree. Date: Signature of candidate.

Rachel Doern PhD thesis - University of St Andrews.

Using multi-sited ethnography, the thesis moves from the marketing, fundraising and recruitment in Endeavour’s Head Office to the implementation and management of expeditions in Central America. The thesis explores the daily workings, processes and practices of Endeavour and how these are influenced by and connected to the current.Open access and PhD theses. It is a University requirement for all doctoral theses to be submitted electronically to the University's repository White Rose eTheses Online (WREO).The full text of the thesis will then be made available open access via WREO and the British Library's EthOS repository. Open access is also a requirement of many funders.Here is a list of PhD and EdD theses completed in the recent past at the Faculty of Education. Name: Topic: Supervisor: Year of Completion: Maria Luisa Alonso: Poetry for young people and cultural imbalances: a postcolonial approach to the current situation in Spain and France. David Whitley: 2017-2018: Nazipa Ayubayeva: Teacher collaboration for professional learning: a case study of three.


Getting started on your thesis can be extremely difficult. 'One must examine work of the previous three or four years and find a coherent, cohesive narrative,' explains Maz. 'This can be challenging because the classical approach to PhD research cannot be applied to all domains.' It's advisable to begin work on the aspect you find the easiest. You can also help yourself by doing plenty of.In this thesis I argue that employees will align their behaviour with the identity of their organisation when they perceive that identity to be attractive and unique. This argument is supported by theory and research in the areas of Employer Branding and the Social Identity Approach to Organisational Identification. However, little is known about what makes an organisation’s Corporate.

Rachel Killean Phd Thesis

Dr Rachel Killean. Lecturer Queen's University Belfast. Dr Rachel Killean is a Lecturer in Law at Queen’s University Belfast. She is author of Victims, Atrocity and International Criminal Justice: Lessons from Cambodia (Routledge), which examines the role of victims within transitional justice processes, with a particular emphasis on the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia.

Rachel Killean Phd Thesis

Dr Kelly is a Senior Lecturer in the Defence Studies Department. She joined in 2003 on a Defence Studies studentship, teaching part-time whilst studying for her PhD in the Department of War Studies, King's College London. Her first degree was in Vietnamese and Politics at the School of Oriental and African Studies (University of London), during.

Rachel Killean Phd Thesis

Rachel Dunn is a PhD student in the Department of Philosophy at Durham University. She completed her undergraduate degree (BSc hons, Natural Sciences) and Masters (MA History and Philosophy of Science and Medicine) at Durham before starting her PhD in April 2009. PhD working title: Seeing and Believing: John Dalton and the Visual Culture of Experimental Science in British Dissenting Academies.

Incomplete Narrative: Prosecuting Sexual Violence Crimes.

Rachel Killean Phd Thesis

Dr Rachel Myles trained in medicine at the University of Oxford, gaining a First Class degree in Physiological Sciences, and thereafter at Guy’s and St. Thomas’ Hospital in Lo.

Rachel Killean Phd Thesis

Welcome to Research Repository UCD Research Repository UCD is a digital collection of open access scholarly research publications from University College Dublin. Research Repository UCD collects, preserves and makes freely available publications including peer-reviewed articles, working papers and conference papers created by UCD researchers.

Rachel Killean Phd Thesis

Thomas Owen Clancy. This thesis has benefitted significantly from discussion with them and from their feedback on previous drafts. I cannot thank them enough here for their patience and for their generosity with time and knowledge. I would also like to thank Dr. Colleen E. Batey, who has attended progress reviews and generously put time aside to.

Rachel Killean Phd Thesis

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Rachel Killean Phd Thesis

This PhD thesis should really be dedicated to them. Coming to Cranfield, I have described my two supervisors: Dr. Simon Place and Prof. Graham Braithwaite, just like the quote introducing the last chapter of this thesis says, as giants. Well, they really are. I think this work is totally built with their guidance, help, and encouragement. They both know, before anybody else that they went.

Open access and PhD theses - The University of Sheffield.

Rachel Killean Phd Thesis

Rachael gained her PhD from the Department of Culture, Media and Creative Industries at King’s College London. Her thesis examined the use of self-tracking technologies and social media in self-representations and management of health. Rachael has a BA (Hons) with a First Class in Media and Communication Studies (2010), and an MA with Distinction in Creative Media from the University of.

Rachel Killean Phd Thesis

DClinPsy thesis, University of Sheffield. Horn, Rachel (2009) Exploring stepping-up in a stepped care model of service delivery. DClinPsy thesis, University of Sheffield. Koh, Hwan Cui (2009) Visual perception in autism spectrum disorders. PhD thesis, University of Sheffield. McFarland, Robert (2009) African Caribbean peoples' experience of mental health services and factors moderating length.

Rachel Killean Phd Thesis

The Viva should normally take place within three months of the thesis submission. It is the responsibility of the internal examiner to arrange the date and time of your Viva (or the independent chair if you are a staff candidate). Candidates may wish to discuss with their supervisor or School PGR Director the likely pattern and practicalities of the Viva.