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International relations theory and german state formation

Dr Benno Teschke | Political Science and International Relations | 01 October 2002

This interdisciplinary research project seeks to provide a historiography and theory of prusso-german state formation (1792-1914), developed as a critical intervention in international relations (ir) theory. Jr scholars have identified changing colle ...

Multi tier politics and its impact on local representation

Dr Jonathan Bradbury | Political Science and International Relations | 01 April 2002

This project assesses the impact of devolution on local representation in scotland and wales. This relates first to the work of westminster mps, and secondly to the roles forged by members of the scottish parliament (msps) and welsh assembly (ams). ...

Contracts in the nhs: the regulation of an imposed market

Dr Hughes | Socio-Legal Studies | 01 February 1993

The project aims to examine changing relationships between key occupational groupings and the organisations in which they are located, paying special attention to the ability of different interest groups to shape or ...

Irish america:representations of ireland and irishness in the united states

Professor Reg Byron | Social Anthropology | 01 January 1991

While irish america has attracted the attention of scholars in a wide variety of academic disciplines, anthropological work is remarkably little represented. Moreover, while many american social scientists and historians have studied "the culture" of ...

A longitudinal study of down's syndrome adults

Dr Shepperdson | Sociology | 01 August 1990

This study is phase 3 of an on-going research project with a cohort of individuals with downs syndrome and their families. The downs syndrome subjects were born in 1964,1965 and 1966 and have been brought up their families in south wales. They, and t ...

The gender dimensions of job insecurity: an ethnographic study

Professor Nickie Charles | Sociology | 01 January 1999

Changing patterns of working involve increasingly varied forms of employment, many of which are perceived as being less secure than in the past. This qualitative study will gather detailed work history data from a sample of 90 respondents from a rang ...

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