UCC Theses

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UCC theses
CORA is the central repository for electronic copies of UCC doctoral theses. While we aim to provide full-text access, in certain circumstances theses may not have been provided by the graduate or may be embargoed in part or in full. To see details of all UCC theses in the UCC Library collections go to the UCC Library catalogue

Current students
Information on procedures for submitting your thesis is available on the Graduate Studies Office web pages. See the Boole Library website for a list of E-theses Frequently Asked Questions

Doctoral graduates
Graduates who have an electronic copy of their thesis which they would like to archive in CORA can contact us at cora@ucc.ie for more details.

Contact
If you have any queries about UCC e-theses please contact: Breeda Herlihy, Manager - Institutional Repository, Boole Library, UCC, e-mail: cora@ucc.ie Tel. 021 420 5109

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Recent Submissions

  • Rafferty, Susan M. (University College Cork, 2001)
    Globally, agriculture is being intensified with mechanization and increased use of synthetic fertilizers and pesticides. There has been a scaling up of production to satisfy the demands of supermarket distribution. Problems ...
  • Even, Susanne (University College Cork, 2002)
    This dissertation introduces and evaluates dramagrammar, a new concept for the teaching and learning of foreign language grammar. Grammar, traditionally taught in a predominantly cognitive, abstract mode, often fails to ...
  • Doherty, William G. (University College Cork, 2003)
    The phosphorescence excitation spectra of two thiones, 4-H-1-xanthione (XT) and 4-H-1-pyrane-4-thione (PT), cooled in a supersonic jet were investigated. The vibronic lineshape of the T1z origin of PT measured by cavity ...
  • Ryan, Raymond (University College Cork, 2005)
    Given the economic and social importance of agriculture in the early years of the Irish Free State, it is surprising that the development of organisations representing farmers has not received the attention it deserves ...
  • Clune, Yvonne E. (University College Cork, 2005)
    Colorectal cancer (CRC) is the fourth most common cause of death from cancer in the world and second most common (behind lung cancer) in developed countries. In recent years there has been much interest in the potential ...