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Residential differentation in nineteenth century glasgow

Prof Brown | Economic and Social History | 01 October 1988

The social geography of the british industrial city changed considerably during the nineteenth century. The patterns of change constitute an important source of information in many fields of urban history, and this project will explore the experience ...

Staff-child interaction in multi-ethnic pre-school settings

Prof Schaffer | Psychology | 01 September 1988

This research project examines the experience of ethnic minority children at the point where they first come into contact with educational system, ie in nursery schools. At a preschool stage children already require certain kinds of educational exper ...

The nature of constructive interaction;dialogues in group problem solving

Dr Anderson | Psychology | 01 September 1988

Aims : to establish what features of the interactions between pairs of participants in a group problem solving task facilitate task performance and learning, in two different physics learning tasks (freefall under horizontal motion and judgement of r ...

Foreign subsidiary role and british competitiveness

Professor Stephen Young | 01 April 1988

This research focused upon the strategies of foreign owned subsidiaries in the machine tool industry in the united kingdom. The aim was to establish the effects upon the uk economy and uk competitiveness of these foreign ...

Science in the primary school:the role of peer interaction

Professor Christine Howe | 01 November 1987

In recent years, there has been a great deal of interest in increasing the prominence given to science teaching during the primary school years. In response to this, there have been many ingenious proposals relating to the introduction of scientifica ...

Innovationtermination and inertia in public policy

01 October 1987

Aims and methods (as at end of award) : the research aim was first to identify the extent to which public policy programmes continue from one decade to another or are terminated, and to explain the inertia process by which programmes chosen by long-d ...

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