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    • A faculty in flux on the road to research: their awareness of, and attitudes towards, institutional repositories 

      O Keeffe, Colin (Dublin Business School, 2012)
      This case study dissertation examined a third level institution that has recently begun to promote research among its faculty, notwithstanding the fact that many faculty members are currently independently research-active. ...
    • Faculty Perceptions of Loughborough's Online Reading List System (LORLS) at Dublin Business School (DBS) 

      Musto, Lara; O'Neill, Marie (Routledge, 2016)
      This article explores faculty perceptions of Loughborough’s Online Reading List System (LORLS) at Dublin Business School (DBS), where it was installed in 2014. Data generated by the study will inform, advocacy, marketing ...
    • Failure to Launch: The Unfulfilled Promise of Eportfolios in Irish higher education: An Opinion Piece 

      Farrell, Orna (DBS Library Press, 2018)
      In this article, the unfulfilled promise of eportfolio in Irish higher education is critiqued. The article analyses the factors that have led to the slow pace of eportfolio adoption in Ireland, in contrast to the ubiquitous ...
    • Fakebook 

      Courtney, Isabelle (Dublin Business School, 2013)
    • Faking Good and Personality Assessments of Job applicants: A Review of the Literature 

      Fahey, Gerry (DBS Library Press, 2018)
      High stakes selection contexts often drive the provision of socially desirable responses from job applicants. This can take the form of ‘faking good’ and can lead to inaccurate personality assessments. This article reviews ...
    • The family effect on addiction recovery. 

      Mooney, Siobhan (Dublin Business School, 2018)
      The field of addiction studies is an ever-growing area. The majority of the research done is solely user related, this research piece aims to examine the relationship between concerned persons and the drug user. By examining ...
    • Fashion and identity through consumption 

      Coughlan, Alena (Dublin Business School, 2008)
      In seeking to understand our knowledge of fashion, this study examines the relationship between fashion and identity through consumption and exploring the importance of factors such as production, distribution and retailing ...
    • Fashion in two wheels 

      Bofill, Monica (Dublin Business School, 2013)
      Random people cycling in Dublin in their daily clothes.
    • Fás an Chraoibhín 

      Tobin, Feena (SAHKartell, 2018)
      Do bhí Dubhghlas de hÍde mar chuid de mhionlach in Éirinn agus é ag fás aníos mar fhear óg Protastúnach. Ach shocraigh sé dul leis an nGaeilge, teanga a bhain go traidisiúnta go príomha le Caitlicigh na hÉireann agus leis ...
    • The feasibility of a speech and language therapy application in India 

      Vaishnav, Malay (Dublin Business School, 2015)
      The use of electronic devices seems to be a common practice for various medical purposes including the speech and language therapy application (app) industry. However, there was no evidence of any qualitative research done ...
    • The feasibility of mobile telework / virtual working: a study of 3PL firms in India 

      Francis, Clarissa Jayashree (Dublin Business School, 2013)
      Purpose – The purpose of this research paper is to explore the feasibility of adopting virtual working by 3pl service providers firms in India. This paper explores virtual working in general, key models of virtual office ...
    • Feedback and goal-setting interventions to reduce electricity use in the real world 

      Frazer, Patricia; Leslie, Julian (University of Illinois at Chicago Library, 2014)
      A field experiment explored the effect of feedback and goal-setting interventions on residential electricity use in households in Northern Ireland. Alternating orders of presentation of feedback and no feedback conditions ...
    • Feedback and self-evaluative judgements 

      Bardsley, Roy (Dublin Business School, 2001)
      An experiment investigating self-evaluative judgements and the theories and models which seek to explain their use by the individual in the decision making process. The following experiment was constructed to examine how ...
    • Female Liberation and Autonomy in the Films of Federico Fellini 

      Butler, June (SAHKartell, 2015)
      The essay examines the role of women and the portrayal of femininity in the films of Federico Fellini (1920-1993), and the extent to which Fellini’s view of women guides the evolution of the plots. Key female characters ...
    • Female psychotherapists’ experience of working with traditional male clients 

      Kirwan, Amy Louise (Dublin Business School, 2016)
      This research set out to explore the experience of female psychotherapists’ working with traditional male clients. It sought to discover the therapists’ preconceptions about this client group. This research also endevoured ...
    • The female role in the horror genre 

      Murphy, Lauren (Dublin Business School, 2013)
      The female role in the horror genre is something that can be explored throughout the years. With the emergence of a new kind of female heroine since the 1970s and even 1980s, the role of the feminine within the horror genre ...
    • The feminisation of ageing - a myth of dependency in the literature of British civil society : an exploration of how an image may be the site for myth production 

      Scully, Gerard (Dublin Business School, 2001)
      This Final Year Project will look at how images of older people can produce a myth about the ageing process. The myth being produced is that older people can be said to occupy the same symbolic space as women which means ...
    • The Fideism of the Wittgensteinians 

      Bottone, Angelo (Metalogicon, 2001)
      Among the various English philosophical currents that have dealt with religion, “Wittgensteinian fideists” have, more than anyone else, stressed the relativity of beliefs and their relation to the forms of life in which ...
    • Fields of knowledge 

      Jorgensen, Annette (Institute of Public Administration (IPA), 2006)
      Organic food is becoming increasingly popular in Ireland, as it is elsewhere. In September 2004, the Minister for Horticulture and Food, Noel Treacy, launched a Guide to Organic Food and Farming at the farmers’ market in ...
    • Film canons and the academic library 

      O'Loughlin, Ian (Dublin Business School, 2011)
      In 2005 it was suggested within a New York Times article that perhaps a university level qualification in film studies could be considered “the new MBA” given the moving image’s extraordinary capacity for communicating ...