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The research presented in this PhD thesis was carried out at the Disaster and Development Centre (DDC), School of Applied Sciences, Northumbria University. The path towards this thesis spans several years of development and humanitarian work.M. West is the lead author of this thesis and all the enclosed manuscripts. The co-authorship of manuscripts is detailed on an individual chapter basis as follows: Chapter 2 is published and co-authored by Michael West, Bernard Kueper, and Kent Novakowski. Chapter 3 is co-authored by Michael West and Bernard Kueper. Chapter 4 is published.A study of children’s perspectives on the quality of their experiences in early years provision Abstract This thesis presents a study of three and four year old children attending preschool at a time of rapid expansion of this phase of education. There is strong evidence that the quality of the experience is the determining factor in the long.
In this dissertation, I integrate the published and newly available unpublished works of Bernard Suits to arrive at an original, holistic interpretation of his corpus. I identify, analyze, and resolve inconsistencies in his position which have not been previously critiqued in depth.
The central thesis defended here is that we can have truth and objectivity in accounting. We do not contend that this potential is presently realized: On the contrary, we argue that certain contradictions immanent to capitalism give rise in late modernity to crisis tendencies in financial accounting as a way of knowing - epistemological crisis.
This thesis contributes to an understanding of singleness by analysing the accounts of one group of Black British Christian women; Seventh-day Adventist women, mainly of Caribbean descent.
Ph.D., Department of International Relations Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Necati Polat August 2010, 226 pages This study seeks to examine the main theories and theorists of geopolitical imagining and argue for an intrinsic relation between traditional geopolitics and the development of international relations both in theory and practice.
Title of Thesis: The Take Up and Use of Green Technologies in Low Carbon Communities: A Case Study of North West Cambridge Teaching Experience: Small group supervision of undergraduate and master's students in the in the fields of the built environment, regional disparities and housing supply.
A PhD in Education from the University of Leicester is designed to equip professional educators with a wide range of research skills, knowledge, understanding and expertise in their chosen field of research. Find out about our campus-based, practice-based and distance learning PhD and MPhil options.
Dr Schneider wrote his PhD thesis on the development of the Chinese income tax system. His main research interests are in the areas of international and comparative tax law, tax policy and administration, the taxation of individuals, tax law as public law and the US and Chinese tax systems.
Bernard Fulgham received his PhD in Mathematics in 2002, writing his thesis in the field of non-associative algebras with advisor Kevin McCrimmon. He began teaching Applied Mathematics at the University of Virginia in August 2004 and became a full-time Assistant Professor in 2006.
Qualifications. BSc (1st class Hons) University of St. Andrews 1985. BM BCh Oxford University 1988. MRCP 1991. DM Oxford University 1999. FRCP 2004.
Biography. Dr Carden-Coyne is Director of the Centre for the Cultural History of War (CCHW) in the School of Arts, Histories and Cultures. Her latest book derives from an AHRC funded project, The Politics of Wounds: Military Patients and Medical Power in the First World War, (Oxford University Press, 2014).An earlier monograph, Reconstructing the Body: Classicism, Modernism and the First World.