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  • Ó Riain, Gordon (Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 2017)
    This contribution presents an edition, with textual notes and translation, of a fragment of a tract which is concerned with the formation of compound words and alliteration. The contents of the text are examined in detail ...
  • Shorten, Andrew (2017)
    Policymakers need a conception of linguistic disadvantage to supply guidance about the relative priority of inequalities with a linguistic dimension and to inform decisions about whether such inequalities require correction ...
  • Shorten, Andrew (Wiley and Sons Ltd, 2019)
    Cécile Laborde's Liberalism's Religion contains an original theory of collective religious exemptions, which emphasises two morally significant interests that religious and other groups have in free association. Here I ...
  • Cleary, Yvonne; Slattery, Darina M. (Society for Technical Communication, 2016)
    Much of the content produced by technical communicators and content developers will later be translated for users from other cultures. For example, instruction manuals, web sites, e-learning courses, software tools and ...
  • Canavan, John; Reddy, John; O'Grady, Dympna (Tulsa, Child and Family Agency and the UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre, 2016)
    no abstract available
  • 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 ...
  • Cosgrove, Tom; Slattery, Darina M. (McMaster University Engineering, 2014)
    Some issues of current concern in engineering education are described. The theory, rationale and implementation of reflective practice in educational settings are briefly reviewed. The use of reflective writing in ...
  • Slattery, Darina M.; de Barra, Eamonn; Chasseau, Claire (2018)
    This report details how students were recruited on to the EUCERMAT Erasmus+ online teaching programme and how the modules were managed across institutions. It provides detail on the structure of the EUCERMAT teaching ...
  • Slattery, Darina M. (2018)
    This manual has been designed for teachers, researchers, and course administrators involved in developing online programmes. For that reason, it has been written in accessible language and avoids being overly prescriptive.Section ...
  • Cleary, Yvonne; Slattery, Darina M. (The All Ireland Society for Higher Education, 2009)
    As virtual teams become more common in the workplace, a growing body of research has examined the factors critical to their success. Many studies have focused on practitioners or on students in business programs. This paper ...
  • Moss, Hilary (Taylor and Francis, 2018)
    This article explores the spiritual aspects of making music, with reference to music therapy practice and theory. The research questions addressed in this article are: (1) Does singing in a choir have spiritual health ...
  • Melin, Mats H. (Lorg -press, 2018)
    While growing up, I occasionally learnt some Highland dances through my local Scottish Country Dance class in Stockholm, Sweden. I later deciphered solo dances through various textbooks, a process that taught me much ...
  • Moss, Hilary; McLoughlin, Lisa; O'Donoghue, Jessica (2018)
    The aim of this research was to create a best practice model of dance and health continuing professional development (CPD); to create a dynamic, interdisciplinary course of study for dancers who are engaged in facilitating ...
  • Moss, Hilary; O'Donoghue, Jessica (University of Limerick, 2018)
    This report presents the findings of an evaluation of the presence of wellbeing and health benefits of attending a workplace choir for Health Service Staff. Particularly, work engagement, stress and resilience levels, and ...
  • Morgenstern, Felix (Taylor and Francis Ltd, 2018)
    Following the ideological co-option of German folk music by the Nazi regime during the Third Reich (1933-1945), the genre’s performative practice was highly marginalized. Revivalists in both German post-war states initially ...
  • McLaughlin, Mary Theresa (University of Limerick, 2018)
    In this thesis I examine the portrayal of the Otherworld in Irish traditional song through the lenses of enchantment and entrapment. I focus on two songs which exemplify this theme from different angles: An Mhaighdean ...
  • O'Connor, Pat (MDPI, 2018)
    Despite the feminisation of universities in terms of their student intake [1,2], formal positions of academic leadership in higher education remain concentrated in male hands. Thus, for example, in the EU, 79 per cent of ...
  • Malyuga, Elena; McCarthy, Michael (Elsevier, 2018)
    Vague category markers (hereafter VCMs), also known as general extenders, are a pervasive phenomenon of spoken discourse. They include expressions such as and things like that and or whatever. They have been studied in ...
  • Foley, Catherine E. (Ege University, 2018)
    This chapter examines the notion of festival within the field of traditional dance in Ireland. It explores how the term feis or festival is conceptualised and experienced in Ireland by focusing on two different dance ...
  • Little, Conor; Farrell, David M. (Oxford University Press, 2017)
    This chapter examines the crucial role that political parties play in maintaining a unified voting bloc in parliament. This party-based approach sets it apart from most existing studies in this area. The focus of this ...

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