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  • Davis, Niall Francis (University of Limerick, 2011)
    Surgical repair for end stage bladder disease often utilises vascularised, autogenous, mucus-secreting gastrointestinal tissue to either replace the diseased organ or to augment inadequate bladder tissue. Postoperatively, ...
  • Filip, David; Morado Vázquez, Lucía (OASIS XLIFF TC / P&L SC, 2013)
    This report gathers all the Statements of Use (SOU) that were collected during the approval process of the major new version XLIFF 2.0. The SOU were collected between 2nd and 14th April 2014 to satisfy the OASIS TC process ...
  • Comerford, Tom; Filip, David; Rodolfo M.Raya; Savourel, Yves (OASIS, 2014)
    This document defines version 2.0 of the XML Localisation Interchange File Format (XLIFF). The purpose of this vocabulary is to store localizable data and carry it from one step of the localization process to the other, ...
  • Arshak, Arousian; Zleetni, S.M.; Arshak, Khalil (MDPI, 2002)
    Manganese phthaloyanine polymer thick films were fabricated using screenprinting techniques. The optical parameters were obtained from the analysis of the absorption spectra over a wavelength range of 385-900nm. The d.c. ...
  • Power, Martin J. (Symposium Journals, 2010)
    This article critically examines the Back to Education Allowance (BTEA) as a mechanism of social inclusion for Irish welfare recipients through participation in third-level education. The article is based on empirical ...
  • Schweppe, Jennifer; Haynes, Amanda (This material was first published by Thomson Reuters, trading as Sweet & Maxwell, 5 Canada Square, Canary Wharf, London, E14 5AQ, in 2020 The Criminal Law Review Issue 2 as “You Can’t Have One Without the Other One: “Gender” in Hate Crime Legislation” [2020] Crim L.R. 148 and is reproduced by agreement with the publishers., 2020-01)
    This article examines the question as to whether gender should be a protected category in hate crime legislation by seeking to understand what gender is, by elaborating its relationship to misogyny, and by placing it in ...
  • Larrigan, Suzanne (University of Limerick, 2014)
    Background: 10-15% of preschool children and 6% of school aged children have a speech sound disorder (SSD) (Williams, 2003). Currently, the cause of the majority of SSDs is unknown. Some researchers posit that deficits in ...
  • Ó Meachair, Tadhg Donncha Tomás (University of Limerick, 2018)
    This dissertation is an examination of the compositional styles and imperatives of young composers locating within the Irish music tradition from the years c.2004 – 2016. Over the course of this paper, four case studies ...
  • O'Connor, Pat (SAGE, 2006)
    This article looks at the ways in which young people reflexively construct their self within a rapidly changing society. Drawing on texts written by young people aged 14–17 years, it explores the existence of patterns ...
  • MacPhail, Ann; Kirk, David (Taylor and Francis, 2006)
    It can be argued that young people’s socialisation into sport follows a general pattern of sampling, specialising and investing (Côté and Hay, 2002a). This paper develops research where we previously examined the key ...
  • O'Connor, Pat; Smithson, Janet; das Dores Guerreiro, Maria (Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2001)
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  • O'Connor, Pat; Kane, Ciara; Haynes, Amanda (Manchester University Press, 2001)
    Suggesting that a focus on young people can be regarded as a kind of litmus test of the cultural processes operating in a society, this article looks at their ideas about time and space in the context of exploring the ...
  • MacPhail, Ann (Routledge: Taylor and Francis, 2011)
    The young people’s responses above to a question asking them to differentiate between physical education, physical activity and sport conveys a certain level of ambiguity, and perhaps this is understandable. Moreover, ...
  • Kennedy, Margaret (Department of Sociology, University of Limerick, 2012-02)
    Youth Homelessness is perhaps the most extreme form of poverty and social exclusion today, with those residing 'out of home' amongst the most vulnerable in society (Focus Ireland, 2010). While ...
  • Reddy, John (REPPP Project, School of Law, University of Limerick, 2017)
    The Youth Justice System in Ireland: A Review (2017) reviewed relevant academic literature and published governmental material in order to trace the development of the Irish State's response to youth crime and present an ...
  • Schaffalitzky, Elizabeth; Leahy, Dorothy; Cullen, Walter; Gavin, Blanaid; Latham, Linda; O'Connor, Ray; Smyth, Bobby P.; O'Dea, Ellen; Ryan, S (Springer, 2014)
    Background: GPs, as healthcare professionals with whom young people commonly interact, have a central role in early intervention for mental health problems. However, successfully fulfilling this role is a challenge, and ...
  • MacPhail, Ann (Prentice Hall, 2011)
    Chasing a ball around a pitch seems pretty futile to me. In basketball or a sport like that, someone jumps up for a ball and, even if they don t catch it, everyone cheers. All very strange! It s at these times that I really ...
  • Munyikwa, Hamadziripi (University of Limerick, 2019)
    This thesis seeks to account for the nearly four decade-long rule of the Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front (Zanu-PF) using the methods of Antonio Gramsci’s historical political economy, particularly his ...
  • Fenton, O.; Murnane, John G.; Brennan, R.B.; Healy, M.G.; Fenton, O. (American Society of Agronomy/ Soil Science Society of America, 2016)
    Carbon (C) losses from agricultural soils to surface waters can migrate through water treatment plants and result in the formation of disinfection by-products, which are potentially harmful to human health. This study ...
  • Kinsella, Elaine Louise; Ritchie, Timothy D.; Igou, Eric Raymond (American Psychological Association, 2015)
    Heroes are ubiquitous in literature and popular discourse, yet little is known about cognitive representations of heroes. We examined lay conceptions of heroes using a prototype approach, compared heroes with other ...