Welcome to the University of Liverpool Repository The repository is where you can access the world class open access research from the University. Articles from a wide range of research groups and across the Institutions outputs.
PhD thesis, University of Liverpool. Gopalasingam, Chai (2019) Structure-function studies of the quinol dependent Nitric Oxide Reductase (qNOR) from Alcaligenes xylosoxidans. PhD thesis, University of Liverpool. Fisher, Adam (2019) The impact of intraspecific predation on individual fitness and population viability. PhD thesis, University of.
Open access and PhD theses. It is a University requirement for all doctoral theses to be submitted electronically to the University's repository White Rose eTheses Online (WREO).The full text of the thesis will then be made available open access via WREO and the British Library's EthOS repository. Open access is also a requirement of many funders.
If you wish to access a University of Liverpool thesis and you are overseas, you need to check if it is available to access from the British Library service EThOS. In line with the lending policy of many other UK universities, if a thesis is not available to either download or request for digitisation you will not be able to borrow, as the Library does not lend to libraries overseas.
The most important thing for you to do during the fourth year is to finish writing your thesis. Your PhD is supported by Liverpool Doctoral College which provides a focus and oversees all doctoral training and development in the University. The Liverpool Doctoral College provides a range of personal and professional development opportunities to support your PhD. Please see the Liverpool.
The maximum length of a PhD thesis at Liverpool Hope University is 100,000 words. How long will it take? The period of study for a PhD is: Full-time candidates: typically 3 years; final deadline 4 years; Part-time candidates: typically 5 years; final deadline 6 years; What is an EdD? The Doctor of Education (EdD) has been specifically designed to meet the needs of educational professionals in.Learn More
Step 1 Bind the Final Hard-Bound Thesis; The final submitted copy of your thesis must be bound as follows: Binding Colour - Standard Green (Arbelave Library Buckram No. 563). Front Cover - leave blank. Back Cover - leave blank. Spine - name, thesis title (abbreviated to fit if necessary), degree, and year of final submission; you can download an illustration of what your thesis spine should.Learn More
In 2014, I was awarded the prestigious Duncan Norman Research Scholarship to pursue PhD study at the University of Liverpool. In December 2019, I successfully defended my doctoral thesis on children’s reading experiences in Victorian England. My expertise includes project design and management, data collection and analysis, and teaching and facilitating learning. I enjoy problem-solving.Learn More
This guide is to support postgraduate researchers. This page presents video presentations and a print-ready guide to the major issues you will face concerning using other people's work as part of your research, and including work created by others in your finished thesis.Learn More
In this session, you will learn about the issues to consider when including material created by other people in your PhD thesis. This session will be online, using MS Teams. You will be sent a link to the event 2 hours before the event. Related Guide: Researcher KnowHow. Date: Thursday, May 7, 2020 Time: 14:00 - 15:00 Location: Online Campus: Online Webinar Categories: Researcher KnowHow.Learn More
A. Abdul Halim, W (2020) Risk Assessment and Decision Making of Security in Container Port Facilities. Doctoral thesis, Liverpool John Moores University. Abdul-Rahman, H (2007) Three-dimensional Fourier Fringe Analysis and phase unwrapping. Doctoral thesis, Liverpool John Moores University. Abu-Rahmeh, O (2009) A statistical mechanics approach for an effective, scalable, and reliable.Learn More
Liverpool PhD students Maya Wardeh (centre) and her PhD Supervisors, Frans Coenen (left) and Trevor Bench-Capon (right), immediately after successfully defending her thesis (29 January 2010). Liverpool PhD students Maya Wardeh (left) and her External Examiner, Dr Tony Bagnal (University of East Anglia), immediately after successfully defending her thesis (29 January 2010).Learn More
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BSc (Hons) Psychology (University of Liverpool), MA Social Research (University of Leeds) PhD Student and Associate. Thesis; Research; Teaching; Publications; Biography; Thesis supervisors. Professor Nina Biehal. Professor Charlie Lloyd. Thesis topic. Social workers’ responses to parental substance misuse. Thesis summary. The misuse of either or both or drugs and alcohol by parents is.Learn More
Candidates for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy undertake independent research in the form of a PhD thesis that meets the award’s learning outcomes. First year: Research training stage. During the first year (or first two years for part-time students), all PhD students undertake the taught Research Methods modules as the foundation of their development as a professional researcher. The.Learn More
PhD Doctor of Philosophy. Focus on a research area in depth, receive substantial training in a range of research approaches and write a thesis that will demonstrate your understanding of how to develop a critical academic argument.Learn More
PhD research can be carried out in all subject areas. All Postgraduate Research students are supervised by at least two research-active staff. Your supervisors will support your programme of research through regular meetings and reviews. The PhD via MPhil course normally takes a minimum of 36 months (full-time) 60 months (part-time) to complete. Students enrolled in full-time mode of study.Learn More