New Stirling theses added to Research Repository in May #StirNewTheses

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

The development of an intervention to support midwives in addressing multiple health behaviours with pregnant women. By Julie McLellan

Educated Inside: A Scottish Approach to Prisoner Education. By Michelle Waldron

Investigating health management strategies in Thai shrimp hatcheries. By Siriwan Nooseng

Avian communities and ecoacoustics in a tropical human-modified landscape. By Tom Bradfer-Lawrence

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

An Exploration of the Psychometric Properties of the Recovery Capital Questionnaire. By John Burns

Mapping the Malaysian Third Sector: Using Organisational Data to Obtain an Improved Account of its Scope and Size. By Nur Azam Perai

An exploration of Central and Eastern European migrants’ experiences of homelessness in Scotland. By Jennifer Galbraith

Novel symbolic and sub-symbolic approaches for text based and multimodal sentiment analysis. By Kia Dashtipour

Following Ariadne’s thread: a qualitative exploration of the relevance of spirituality in experiences of problem substance use and of spiritual engagement in processes of recovery, with particular reference to the experience of men living in Scotland. By Nicholas Fuller

Experiencing the filmpoem. A practice-based approach to the film-phenomenological potential of the production and exhibition of the filmpoem. By Susannah Ramsay

Postfeminist Consumption in Female Cannibal Texts. By Louise Flockhart

Families’ Understandings of their Experiences of Fibromyalgia. By Catriona Galbraith

The Short Story Anthology and the Politics of Gender. By Aleix Tura Vecino

Well done to all!

Clare Allan
Senior Research Librarian