This thesis examines the relationship between the UN Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) and the Palestinian nationalist movement in the refugee camps from 1967-82. It argues that UNRWA had a quasi-governmental role in the camps, and therefore inadvertently helped shape the development of Palestinian political nationalism in these spaces.
The work described in this thesis was initiated in order to investigate adverse reactions to food in sensitive individuals. All experiments were personally carried out by the author between April 1977 and September 1986. None of the material has previously been presented for the purpose of obtaining any other degree. Anne. R. Swain.
The PhD thesis uses qu antitative and qualita tive research m ethodologies to addres s mai n objectives and test of hypothesis, why sci entific roots are gather ed from distinct sci enti fic.
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PhD: Graeme Murdock. Hunnewell, Leah. For Class, Nation, Race or God? A Transatlantic History of Irish Socialism, 1889-1917. PhD: Anne Dolan. McNamee, Brian. Ideas of Kingship during the Pontificate of Gregory VII. Ph.D. Ian Robinson. Quinn, Joseph. Irish Personnel in the British Armed Forces during the Second World War. PhD: Eunan O'Halpin.
This thesis demonstrates the existence and significance of Jacobitism in the British Atlantic World, c. 1688-1727. Throughout the period under investigation, colonists were increasingly integrated into Britain’s partisan politics, religious controversies, and vibrant public sphere. This integrative process encouraged colonists to actively participate in British controversies.
VOLUME I. RESEARCH COMPONENT. By Michelle Anne Rush. A thesis submitted to the University of Birmingham as partial fulfilment of the registration for the degree of Doctorate in Clinical Psychology. Doctoral Degree in Clinical Psychology. School of Psychology. University of Birmingham. Edgbaston. Birmingham. B15 2TT. United Kingdom.
Essays on implicit information processing at the point of sale: Evidence from experiments and scanner data analysis By Anne Odile Peschel A PhD thesis submitted to School of Business and Social Sciences, Aarhus University, in partial fulfilment of the requiremen ts of the PhD degree in Economics and Business Economics January 2016.