It suggests that these relationships reflect the manifold nature of land. The thesis employs the post-colonial genre of a conversation of consciousnesses, understanding conversation in the wider sense as interactions. The central tenet of the thesis challenges the contemporary academic understanding of land as culturally constructed.
Philippa Crommentuijn-Marsh Open University Abstract In response to the rapidly growing consumption of clothing, environmental sustainability concerns have increasingly been expressed. While designers and industry have worked on responses, little is known about how ordinary consumers understand sustainability with regarding to clothing. A.
This outcome study investigates whether music therapy can improve the emotional well-being of adolescents who are at risk of exclusion or underachievement. Specifically, it addresses music therapy’s impact on students’ self-esteem, anxiety, attitude towards learning, behaviour and relationships with peers. The setting for the research was a mainstream secondary school and its federated.Philippa has extensive experience of mentoring early career scholars and was commended as a University of Sheffield dedicated outstanding thesis mentor in November 2017. She has taught across undergraduate Criminology modules at the Universities of Sheffield and Manchester, having a range of lecturing and seminar-taking experience.This thesis aims to outline the causes, symptoms, and treatments related to leprosy, and how it can be diagnosed in patients and identified in human remains. The thesis also aims to demonstrate the ways in which care for leprosy sufferers developed as the disease became more prevalent and more commonly, and correctly identified. It analyses the social stigmas inflicted upon sufferers, and the.
Citations Brant, P. (2012). No strings attached? Chinese foreign aid and its implications for the international aid regime. PhD thesis, School of Social and Political Sciences, The University of Melbourne.Read More
This book draws on the dissertation I wrote for my PhD, completed in May 2014 at Harvard University. Building on research conducted in fourteen archives across Moscow, St Petersburg, Odessa, Geneva and London, it examines the emergence of 'trafficking in women' as a specific crime in turn of the century Russia, and links this to the development of international humanitarian law, migratory.Read More
Philippa is a member of the interdisciplinary PhD Program in Refugee and Forced Migration Studies, a member of the Melbourne Disability Institute’s Disability Research Community of Practice, and affiliated with the Peter McMullin Centre on Statelessness.Read More
Gardner completed her PhD thesis, supervised by Professor Gordon Plotkin FRS at Edinburgh in 1992 and held five years of fellowships at Edinburgh. She moved to Cambridge in 1998 on an EPSRC Advanced Fellowship, hosted by Professor Robin Milner FRS. She obtained a lectureship at Imperial in 2001, and became professor in 2009.Read More
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Lene Hald’s PhD thesis Photographic Design Anthropology: Becoming through Diffractive Image making and Entangled Visions in a Copenhagen Immigrant Youth Context is concerned with a specific entanglement of skilled visions, photography, design (research), participation, social exploration of identity and the thinking of feminist technoscience.Read More
Posted on Thursday 28 March 28 2013 by Lowy Institute Fiji Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama has released the much anticipated Fiji draft constitution, an extensive revision of the 2012 draft released by the Constitutional Commission, led by international constitutional law scholar Yash Ghai.Read More
Understanding the Complex Components of Community-Based Energy Efficiency Programs: A Study of Two Massachusetts Programs A thesis submitted by Erin A. Brandt In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts In Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning Tufts University May 2011 Adviser: Robert Russell.Read More
Examining love in the life and work of Edwin Morgan (1920-2010), this thesis argues that Morgan’s literary and artistic demonstrations of love inherently respond to the legal, political, and social changes of Scotland in the twentieth and twenty-first century. By mapping Morgan’s biographical contexts within Scotland’s wider social history and culture, the impact of the nation and its.Read More
The thesis is divided into three stages of analysis: first, it considers the penal reform ideas which circulated in England during the sixteenth, seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, demonstrating continuities over time in the arguments advanced in favour of institutionalised hard labour. The thesis then analyses the reform discourse used by eighteenth-century penal reformers, first on a.Read More