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Leigh, Joseph (2020) The emergence of global power politics: imperialism, modernity, and American expansion 1870-1914. PhD thesis, The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). Winrow, Marc Sinan (2020) Reconstituting sovereignty: the Young Turks’ efforts to secure external recognition and the transition from the Ottoman Empire to the Republic of Turkey, 1908 - 1923.
Lee, Helen (2020). Gesture in multimodal language learner interaction via videoconferencing on mobile devices.. Kerrane, Kathryn Ellen (2017). Negotiating Gender Identity, Motherhood and Consumption: Examining the Experiences of South Asian Women in the UK. PhD thesis. The Open University. Kimani, Danson Kiarie (2017). Investigating Factors Which Influence the Practice of Corporate.
Josh is a Ph.D. student in the science, technology and environmental policy (STEP) program at Princeton’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. With a bachelor’s degree in environmental science and economics (double major) from Peking University, Josh has been exposed to various research frontiers in the realms of climate change and air pollution sciences. In the fall.
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Statistical Modelling might broadly be defined as the process of building effective descriptions of complex statistical data. It makes use of the tools of statistical methodology.
PhD thesis, University of Nottingham. Alqannas, Haifa Saleh (2014) The. Evans, John Lee (2018) Corona discharge and arcing around wires under the influence of high electric fields. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham. F. Farhat, Sedig (2013) Radiofrequency coils for ultra-high field body MRI. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham. Freeman, Adam Alexander (2009) Magnetic X-ray spectroscopy.
Thesis submitted to the University of Nottingham for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy July 2011. i Abstract Situated at the intersection of Translation Studies, Sociolinguistics and Film Studies, this thesis provides an analysis of the subtitling into French of a corpus of films portraying speakers of African American Vernacular English (henceforth AAVE). By analysing the French subtitles.