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Secondary school children's lack of interest in physical education

Dr Karen Trew | Education | 15 May 1988

Introduction and aims : this report summarises the results and discusses a pilot-study. It was designed in preparation for a main study the primary aim of which will be to identify and explain the factors responsible for secondary-school pupils docum ...

History of prices and wages in ireland c 1700-1845

Prof N/A Kennedy | Economic and Social History | 01 April 1988

Aims and methods (as at end of award) : the primary objective of the study was to generate datasets of irish prices and wages for the period 1700-1845. During the course of the work it was decided to extend the time period to 1850, as the materials w ...

An ethnographic study of policing northern ireland

Professor John Brewer | 01 November 1987

Research summary: the study built on the tradition of ethnographic studies of the occupational culture and routine decisions and conduct of rank-and-file police officers, and extended the cumulative knowledge by exploring the case of the royal ulste ...

The political ideology of ulster unionism from the 1880's to 1980's

Dr James Loughlin | 01 November 1987

The aim of this study is to trace the emergence and development of the political ideology of ulster unionism as a basis for understanding both how they perceive their national identity and position within the united kingdom and also their reaction to ...

Natures advocates; the public role of scientists in conservation movements

Professor Steven Yearley | 17 February 1987

Concern about the public understanding of science often focuses on those occasions when scientists and the public are seen to come into conflict; where, for example, scientific research is perceived as hazardous. By contrast, this study concentrates ...

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