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  • About
  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
    Our metadata is collected from universities around the world. If you manage a university/consortium/country archive and want to be added, details can be found on the NDLTD website.
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The Etridge influence on undue influence : attempts at fusion with duress and unconscionability : School of Law, University of Canterbury, Masters [i.e. Master] of Law [i.e. Laws] /

Yee, Tina. January 2008 (has links)
Thesis (LL. M.)--University of Canterbury, 2008. / Typescript (photocopy). Includes bibliographical references (leaves 149-170). Also available via the World Wide Web.
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Dostoyevsky's American Reputation to 1930

Lacy, Dallas L. 06 1900 (has links)
Undoubtedly, Dostoyevsky's influence upon the novel is great, but, even yet, few concrete studies have been made and no full-length study has been published. It is hoped that this account of Dostoyevsky's reputation in America during the 1920's will be of assistance in the greater task of tracing Dostoyevsky's influence.
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Walt Whitman's Influence Abroad

Boozman, Aileen Paul January 1950 (has links)
This paper is a study of Walt Whitman's influence in England, Northern European countries, Southern Europe, Latin America, and other countries.
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You Can Choose Your Friends, But You Cannot Choose Your Family: How Peer and Family Factors Impact Delinquency

Ross, Ashley R. 05 August 2010 (has links)
No description available.
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When personal preferences collide with social norms: the role of norm-based rejection sensitivity inaccentuating the impact of social influence

葉煒堅., Yip, Wai-kin. January 2010 (has links)
published_or_final_version / Psychology / Master / Master of Philosophy
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William Robert Grove (1811-96) : Gentleman of science

Cooper, M. L. January 1987 (has links)
No description available.
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Minority influence and social categorization

Martin, R. P. A. January 1987 (has links)
No description available.
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The Scottish mission in Kenya : 1891-1923

McIntosh, B. G. January 1969 (has links)
No description available.
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Atmospheric inputs of nutrients and pollutants to uplands in north-east Scotland

Flower, Charlotte Amanda January 1987 (has links)
The effects of vegetation size and architecture, in combination with elevation effects, on the amounts of atmospheric inputs of both nutrient and pollutant substances were studied by means of collecting precipitation both above and below tree and heather canopies. Use was made of 'filter' type gauges, designed to enhance interception deposition, in order to identify the main ionic substances associated with this deposition type. Results illustrate how effects of tree size and shape, as well as elevation, are tempered by local topographic and climatic factors. The total leaf area of the canopy is not necessarily an over-riding factor in determining amounts of atmospheric deposits caught by the canopy; canopy structure is seen to be equally as important. As well as a main two year field study, secondary experiments were carried out to test filter gauge design (both in the field and the laboratory). These included looking at elevation effects on interception deposition, and dry deposition estimates were made through washing of gauges and also by collection of precipitation on an event basis. Filter gauge design studies illustrated that gauge design has little effect on amounts of interception deposition collected; over the range of particle sizes and micrometeorological conditions encountered in the field, the differences in relative efficiencies of the different gauge types are of little consequence. At a site with a relatively unhindered fetch, interception deposition was seen to increase with elevation. Dry deposition was not considered to be a significant input at this site. Pb was studied as an exemplary heavy metal; it seems that Pb input is predominantly through rain (rather than being associated more with the 'filter' component of precipitation) suggesting long-range transport. Pb was found to accumulate within the organic horizons of the soil---the pathway through the ecosystem being predominantly adsorption onto plant surfaces from the rain, and then falling to the ground as litter.
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Lobbyistes et décideurs européens : validation des théories sur l'influence dans le contexte du lobbying en relation avec l'expérimentation sur les animaux de laboratoire / Lobbyists and European decision-makers : validation of theories of influence in the context of lobbying regarding animal experimentation

Shotton, Paul 23 February 2011 (has links)
La recherche académique européenne sur le lobbying européen à Bruxelles, Strasbourg et Luxembourg n'en est qu'à ses balbutiements en comparaison au travail déjà entrepris aux Etats-Unis. Ce travail de recherche, qui s'est construit sur les travaux de Bouwen, Michalowitz, Van Schendelen, Eising, Coen et Greenwood, entres autres, vise à mieux comprendre la réelle nature de l'influence exercée par les lobbyistes et décideurs sur les dossiers législatifs. Ce travail comprend trois études de cas qui présentent, en prenant compte de l'approche analytique de Van Schendelen, les arènes et le lobbying exercé pour trois dossiers législatifs partageant un même processus décisionnel, la codécision, et une thématique commune, l'expérimentation sur les animaux de laboratoire. Travaillant sur base de données issues des études de cas, nous avons cherché à identifier et catégoriser les relations d'influence entre lobbyistes et décideurs, mais aussi les relations de l'influence des décideurs sur le processus législatif lui-même. / European academic research into the lobbying that takes place in the corridors of European power in Brussels, Strasbourg and Luxembourg remains in its relative infancy compared to that already undertaken in the United States. This work seeks to build upon the research of Bouwen, Michalowitz, Van Schendelen as well as Eising, Coen and Greenwood, among others, and cast light upon the true nature of the influence exerted by lobbyists and decision-makers upon legislation. This research contains three case studies that seek, in accordance with the analytical approach of Van Schendelen, to present the arenas and lobbying for three legislative dossiers that share a common decision-making process, co-decision, and a common thematic, animal testing. Working on the basis of data gleaned from the case studies, we have sought to identify and categorise the relationships of influence between the lobbyists and decision-makers, but also the influence of the decision-makers over the legislative process itself.

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