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Top 10 theses downloads (2014-15)

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The Leicester Research Archive (LRA) is the University's Open Access repository.

The site has recently had a revamp, so do pay a visit if you've not seen it! You can browse by College or do a keyword search.

Over the summer we'll be showcasing some of the research publications and theses found in the LRA.

To start with, here are the top ten downloaded theses from the past year...

1. Alinda Gillott, Anxiety in high functioning children with autism (School of Psychology, 1999)

2. Mark Widdowson, The process and outcome of Transactional Analysis psychotherapy for the treatment of depression : an adjudicated case series. (Institute of Lifelong Learning, 2013)

3. Lena Maculan, Researching podcasting in museums: Can new broadcasting models of publication make art more accessible? (School of Museum Studies, 2008)

4. Umar Bida Ndako, Financial Development, Economic Growth and Stock Market Volatility: Evidence from Nigeria and South Africa (Department of Economics, 2010)

5. Mark Evans, A New Genus of Plesiosaur (Reptilia: Sauropterygia) from the Pliensbachian (Early Jurassic) of England, and a Phylogeny of the Plesiosauria (Department of Geology, 2012)

6. Duncan Robert John Campbell, The so-called Galatae, Celts, and Gauls in the Early Hellenistic Balkans and the Attack on Delphi in 280-279 BC. (School of Archaeology & Ancient History, 2009)

7. Jang Keum-Hee, George Bernard Shaw’s religion of creative evolution: a study of shavian dramatic works (School of Historical Studies, 2006)

8. Anthony Wong Yuk Sun, The impact of Chinese culture on performance management practices in foreign firms operating in China (Centre for Labour Market Studies, 2014)

9. Levi Onyeisi Wilson Odoe, Party autonomy and enforceability of arbitration agreements and awards as the basis of arbitration (School of Law, 2014)

10. Donna Louise Woodhouse, The post war development of football for females in England: a cross cultural and comparative study with the United States of America and Norway (Department of Sociology, 2003)


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