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(The University of Edinburgh, 1992)This thesis aims to illuminate the hitherto neglected area of the Scottish Victorian Pauper Asylum. It provides a detailed study of one specific institution, The Fife and Kinross District Asylum between the years 1866 ...
Processing of novel grammatical features during real-time second language production and comprehension (The University of Edinburgh, 2020-11-30)Second language (L2) learners often have difficulties acquiring grammatical features which do not exist in their first language (e.g. inflectional morphology, number agreement etc.), and exhibit real-time production and ...
Rolling changes in Russian foreign policy: divergent reactions to upheavals in the post-Soviet space and national role conceptions (The University of Edinburgh, 2020-11-30)Despite the increased interest in the analysis of Russian foreign policy (RFP), current approaches leave much unexplained. Many existing studies use either macro-theoretical approaches or are very empirical. Furthermore, ...
(CAG Consultants, 2020-12)This review – completed in 2019 - examines how the energy landscape is changing and how this will impact on, and alter, the consumer experience – both positively and negatively. Its primary purpose is to inform the development ...
(CAG Consultants, 2020-12)This report sets out a review of existing approaches to the segmentation of energy consumers in Great Britain in order to understand the extent to which these are useful in the Scottish context