Stirling research theses added to STORRE in January and February

We had a number of theses added to the University’s research repository, STORRE, during January and February. A couple of these are publicly available now:


Practice learning and nursing education: rethinking theory and design by Claire Michelle Roxburgh



Materialities of clinical handover in intensive care : challenges of enactment and education by Graham R. Nimmo


The Holiness Movement in the Canadian maritime region, 1880-1920 by Garth M. MacKay



The other theses are embargoed for a period to allow the authors time to write up work for publication:


The institutionalisation of integrated reporting: an exploration of adoption, sustainability embeddedness and decoupling by Mohamed E L Elmaghrabi


Mobilization and voluntarism : the political origins of loyalism in New York, c. 1768–1778 by Christopher Minty


“We need arts as much as we need food. Our responsibility is for that to be possible.” Insights from Scottish cultural leaders on the changing landscape of their work by Aleksandra Webb


The clone as Gothic trope in contemporary speculative fiction  by Linda C Ogston


Service brand equity in developing economies : the case of Egyptian banking sector by Ahmed Elsayed Galal Hegazy


An increase in copy number of Myosin Light Chain Kinase 1 associates with increased force production in Lithuanian athletes by David John Hunter



Congratulations to all those who have successfully completed their theses!





Clare Allan

Subject Librarian


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