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    • Member Direct: a member tracking database 

      Leach, Barry (Dublin Business School, 2001)
      I completed the project identification and selection stage of development by interviewing the marketing manager in Dundrum Gym, and through review of the relevant material. Our objectives were: - To identify the business ...
    • Memory and phantasy 

      O'Donnell, Barry (The School of Psychotherapy at SVUH, 1999)
      There is a presupposition in the term 'false memory syndrome' that there are memories that are true and memories that are false; that a false memory is something fabricated and that it therefore has no bearing on the truth; ...
    • Memory for colours, shapes, analogous numbers and words differ spatially in recall 

      Lucas, Richard (Dublin Business School, 2007)
      Using a laptop computer to display arrangements of visually presented stimuli. Participants, drawn from an opportunity group, recalled the positions of the stimulitimuli after completing a distraction task. In a within ...
    • Men versus women : feelings towards the gender division in household chores 

      Cowap, Patrice (Dublin Business School, 2012)
      The aim of this research project is to find out how men and women feel about the divide in the household work. A qualitative study was carried out with semi structured interviews conducted with six couples who were living ...
    • Mental health : an investigation into the barriers to employment for people with mental health difficulties in modern Ireland. 

      Flanagan, Fiona (Dublin Business School, 2010)
      This research project investigates the barriers to employment for people with mental health difficulties; the main aims of the project were to answer the following questions, What are the barriers to employment for people ...
    • Mental health and pet ownership 

      Ivanova, Teodora (Dublin Business School, 2019)
      Mental health is an ever growing interest both within society and psychology. Because the importance of our pets plays an important and crucial part in our lives, this study set out to find significant results between our ...
    • Mental health and well-being of women who work and women who do not work in Ireland 

      Bryant, Penny (Dublin Business School, 2018)
      Aim: Research indicates along with financial reward, employment provides latent benefits, with loss of these benefits contributing to reduced mental health and well-being. In Ireland, statistics show a labour force gap up ...
    • Mental health attitudes, support preferences, and prevalence of self-harm among young people 

      Tallon, Keeva (Dublin Business School, 2016)
      Background: Mental health problems and self-harm are most prevalent during adolescence and emerging adulthood. There is a lack of research investigating young people’s reasons for engaging in self-harm and support preferences ...
    • Mental health stigma; attitudes, help-seeking, identity & empathy, how they relate to mental health problems 

      Egan, Rebecca (Dublin Business School, 2014)
      The aim of the current study was to investigate age and gender differences in attitudes towards mental illness and willingness to seek professional help, it will also look at empathy and identity and their link with attitudes ...
    • Mentoring newly qualified teachers : a qualitative study of school-based mentoring in Irish primary schools 

      Stapleton, Ciara (Dublin Business School, 2013)
      This dissertation examines the mentoring of newly qualified teachers in Irish primary schools, as part of the National Induction Programme for Teachers. The qualitative study begins by examining the concept and practice ...
    • Mercy 

      Alsayegh, Eelaf (Dublin Business School, 2013)
      Religions and the holy places
    • Mergers and acquisition motives in water industry - evidence from European market 

      Makauskaite, Gabriele (Dublin Business School, 2013)
      The purpose of this research is to analyse and discuss the concept of Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A) and to provide a comprehensive understanding of the motives and the nature of M&A in organisations operating in the water ...
    • Mexico : case of an opportunity 

      Castellot, Alonso G. (Dublin Business School, 2001)
      The current global trend forces firms to find the best opportunities to invest and enhance their skills to compete globally. The strong competition given among merging economies to attract investment and businesses, implies ...
    • Middle age mother’s perspectives on children’s rights within Irish families 

      Kennedy, Ashling (Dublin Business School, 2014)
      Children’s rights is a relevantly new concept, potentially affecting children and parents lives in many ways but the full impact is unknown as there continues to be a lack of research-based understanding of children lives ...
    • Midlife : a comparative study of the challenges experienced by homemakers vs women working outside the home and the role of counselling through this life stage 

      Galligan, Lorraine (Dublin Business School, 2009)
      Midlife is a time of significant physical, psychological and social change for a woman. It heralds a phase of conflicting experiences and emotions and can be seen as a time of transformation and growth but also a time of ...
    • Migrant workers in Ireland 

      Hilal, Yasmine (Dublin Business School, 2007)
      The main theme of the Final Year Project is whether the two main Irish daily broadsheet newspapers (The Irish Independent and The Irish Times) represent Paul Manning's democratic model for media, in their representation ...
    • Migrants' integration experience in Ireland 

      Ngadaonye, Dolapo (Dublin Business School, 2012)
      This study will explore migrants‟ experience of integration in Ireland. Using a qualitative method which involves interviewing 4 males and 4 females‟ ages between 29 and 47. The focus of this study is to find out the ...
    • Migration of Indian nurses to Ireland 

      Nizar, Nisha (Dublin Business School, 2016)
      The research contains a detailed discussion about the pull and push factors influencing the migration of the Indian nurses to Ireland. The migration trends and patterns are also studied and the reason behind the migration ...
    • Migration to the Koha open source LMS : the DBS Library experience 

      Hughes, David (Dublin Business School, 2014)
      As the Library Management System (LMS) sits at the heart of the library, it is important that both staff (desktop interface) and users (OPAC) are happy with the LMS that is in place. In 2013 after a period of growing ...
    • Millennial's, brands and social media 

      Turley, Ashling (Dublin Business School, 2014)
      The purpose of this study was to investigate Generation Y’s interaction with brands on social media and to examine how this interaction influences their buying behaviour A quantitative method of research was chosen for ...