New Stirling theses added to Research Repository in August #StirNewTheses

Congratulations to our Research Postgraduates who submitted their theses to the University’s research repository, STORRE, during August. Some of the theses are available for reading immediately:


Exploring the Relationships Between Mental Health and Sociostructural Inequalities. By Patrick Clark


Intricacies of Professional Learning in Health Care: The Case of Supporting Self-Management in Paediatric Diabetes. By Sarah Doyle


The impact of high protein intake on body composition in active females during a hypoenergetic diet. By Lee Alexander


The concerns of the shipping industry regarding the application of electronic bills of lading in practice amid technological change. By Farhang Jafari


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


Energy Policies and Environmental Entrepreneurship: The Cases of Britain, France and Germany. By Christopher Ball


Potential of exogenous enzymes in low fish meal diets to improve nutrient digestibility and sustainability of farmed tilapia in Thailand. By Janielle Wallace


What should religious education aim to achieve?: An investigation into the purpose of religious education in the public sphere. By Patricia M Hannam


The Age of the Screen: Subjectivity in Twenty-First Century Literature. By Allan Rae


Teachers’ and Parents’ perspectives towards including “slow learners” in mainstream schools in Kuwait. By Nouf Alenezi


Adapting Snow White: tracing female maturation and ageing across film, television and the comic book. By Katherine Whitehurst


Leg ulceration in young people who inject drugs; causative factors, and how harm may be reduced – a mixed methods approach. By Alison Coull


Well done to all!




Clare Allan

Senior Research Librarian


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