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  • SAHAJA YOGA: AN ANCIENT PATH TO MODERN MENTAL HEALTH? 

    MORGAN, ADAM (University of Plymouth, 1999)
    The present study looks to evaluate the effectiveness of the meditative practice of Sahaja Yoga as a treatment for the symptoms of anxiety and depression. Whilst there is a small research literature that has investigated ...
  • SAILORS' WIVES AND HUSBAND ABSENCE 

    Chandler, Joan (University of Plymouth, 1987)
    This thesis reports on a study of women married to Royal Navy personnel and resident in the West of England and Wales. The analyses are based on data derived from secondary sources, a questionnaire survey and in-depth ...
  • SAMPLE INTRODUCTION AND INSTRUMENTATION IN PLASMA SPECTROMETRY 

    Hartley, James Henry Dean (University of Plymouth, 1992)
  • The Sampling of Bodily Sound in Contemporary Composition: towards an embodied analysis 

    Sewell, Stacey (University of Plymouth, 2013)
    The listener’s experience as an embodied subject is at the centre of this work. Embodied experience forms the basis for analyses of three contemporary compositions that sample bodily sound, in order to question how such ...
  • SANDY TIN TAILINGS IN MALAYSIA: CHARACTERIZATION AND REHABILITATION 

    TOMPKINS, DAVID STUART (University of Plymouth, 2003)
    Cassiterite extraction in West Malaysia has left a legacy of some 80,000 hectares of nutrient-poor, drought-prone, quartz sandy tailings. Their proximity to urban centres has long made them a target for agricultural and ...
  • Scattering Properties of Suspended Particles 

    Davies, Emlyn John (University of Plymouth, 2013)
    Effective monitoring and modelling of the marine environment is of importance to both the general public and the scientific community, but relies on the ability to obtain accurate measurements of suspended particle ...
  • SCHOOL BASED TRAINING: A COMPARATIVE CASE STUDY OF AN ARTICLED TEACHER COURSE AND A ONE YEAR PGCE 

    WHITING, CAROLINE (University of Plymouth, 1994)
    This research is based on a case study of two primary Post Graduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) courses at the same university which was carried out at a time of rapid change and major reform. One of those courses, ...
  • Sea Level Rise and Sustainability of the Nigerian Coastal Zone 

    Popoola, Olusola Olalekan (University of Plymouth, 2012)
    Globally, sea levels have risen in the last century, and various projections suggest substantial increases in sea level due to climate change in this century. In Nigeria, there are no up-to-date sea level rise (SLR) ...
  • A Search for Justice: An Analysis of Purpose, Process and Stakeholder Practice at the International Criminal Court 

    Nutt, Benjamin Iain (University of Plymouth, 2017)
    At the outset the International Criminal Court (ICC) was heralded as a revolution within international society, but it has since found itself at the centre of much controversy and debate. According to the Rome Statute’s ...
  • The seasonal cycling and physico-chemical speciation of iron on the Celtic and Hebridean shelf seas 

    Birchill, Antony James (University of Plymouth, 2017)
    Shelf seas represent an important source of iron (Fe) to the open ocean. Additionally, shelf seas are highly productive environments which contribute to atmospheric carbon dioxide drawdown and support large fisheries. The ...
  • A SEASONAL STUDY OF AMINO ACIDS IN MARINE AND ESTUARINE WATERS 

    Evens, Roger (University of Plymouth, 1986)
    The fluram method for the analysis of amino acids was modified for use in sea and estuarine waters. No evidence for environmental coprecipitation of amino acids was found and any possible removal process from the Tamar ...
  • SEAWATER pH AND THE OCEANIC CARBON CYCLE 

    BELLERBY, RICHARD GARTH JAMES (University of Plymouth, 1994)
    The buffering of carbon dioxide in seawater and the intimate relationship between the carbonate system, air-sea gas exchange and biological productivity in the oceans is described. Characterisation of the carbonate system ...
  • SECTIONED UNDER THE MENTAL HEALTH ACT 

    Ross, Kate (University of Plymouth, 1995)
    This project looks at the experience of being sectioned under the 1983 Mental Health Act for acute psychiatric patients. The view is taken that sectioning in itself is a major intervention and hence should be the subject ...
  • A Secure Quorum Based Multi-Tag RFID System 

    Al-Adhami, Ayad (University of Plymouth, 2018)
    Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology has been expanded to be used in different fields that need automatic identifying and verifying of tagged objects without human intervention. RFID technology offers a great ...
  • SECURE TRACKING SYSTEM FOR NEXT GENERATION CIT PRODUCTS 

    Kosmas, Christopher William (Plymouth University, 2014)
    The Cash in Transit (CIT) industry demands reliable and innovative products from its suppliers to ensure safety and reliability within the industry. Product innovation has been directed at a bespoke tracking system for ...
  • Securing Cloud Storage by Transparent Biometric Cryptography 

    Abed, Leith (University of Plymouth, 2019)
    With the capability of storing huge volumes of data over the Internet, cloud storage has become a popular and desirable service for individuals and enterprises. The security issues, nevertheless, have been the intense ...
  • A Security Advisory System for Healthcare Environments 

    Warren, Matthew John (University of Plymouth, 1996)
    This thesis considers the current requirements for security in European healthcare establishments. Information Technology is being used increasingly by all areas of healthcare, from administration to clinical treatment ...
  • Security Audit Compliance for Cloud Computing 

    Doelitzscher, Frank (Plymouth University, 2014)
    Cloud computing has grown largely over the past three years and is widely popular amongst today's IT landscape. In a comparative study between 250 IT decision makers of UK companies they said, that they already use cloud ...
  • Security in a Distributed Processing Environment 

    Joyce, Elizabeth Mary (University of Plymouth, 2001)
    Distribution plays a key role in telecommunication and computing systems today. It has become a necessity as a result of deregulation and anti-trust legislation, which has forced businesses to move from centralised, ...
  • SECURITY POLICY ENFORCEMENT IN APPLICATION ENVIRONMENTS USING DISTRIBUTED SCRIPT-BASED CONTROL STRUCTURES 

    FISCHER-HELLMANN, KLAUS-PETER (University of Plymouth, 2007)
    Business processes involving several partners in different organisations impose demanding requirements on procedures for specification, execution and maintenance. A framework referred to as business process management ...

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