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    • Opportunities to manage big data efficiently and effectively 

      Baraka, Zeituni (Dublin Business School, 2014)
      Big data can enable part-automated decision making. By by-passing the possibility of human-error through the use of advanced algorithm, information can be found that otherwise would be hidden. Banks can use big data analytics ...
    • Optimism, Self-esteem, and Life Satisfaction as Predictors of Problematic Internet Use. 

      Kilmartin, Tammy (Dublin Business School, 2015)
      The number of internet users has rapidly increased in the past decade both nationally and internationally. An Irish study was carried out to examine the effects of when the internet is over used by individuals. 98 participants ...
    • An opus 

      Kasa, Nithy (SAHKartell, 2017)
      A new poem by Nithy Kasa.
    • The organic outsider 

      Hill, David (Dublin Business School, 2012)
      The concept of the image is a simple complex idea. I wanted to outline how organic creatures we are but being mechanicalised by a modern technoloical society. Furthermore with a changing society I find there is a damaging ...
    • Organisational communication: affect and relation with employee’s job satisfaction level in retail supermarkets of Ireland 

      Patnaik, Sipra (Dublin Business School, 2020)
      The research explored the effect and relation between internal communication, communication effectiveness, and job satisfaction in retail supermarkets in Ireland. Methodology: Data was gathered from 100 frontline employees ...
    • The organisational value of implementing environmental policies and initiatives in the Irish hotel industry? 

      Ahern, John (Dublin Business School, 2014)
      This research sets out to examine what value can be created for Irish hotel organisations that implement environmental policies and initiatives. The research focused on both The Garryvoe Hotel and The Westin Dublin both ...
    • Organizational CSR integration in everyday responsibilities of project managers 

      Jacob, Varsha Ann (Dublin Business School, 2015)
      The primary rationale of this dissertation strives to diagnose whether organizational CSR should be integrated in everyday responsibilities of project managers within all business divisions and if so to what extent would ...
    • Orientation of Ireland charitable organizations towards Non-EU student’s volunteerism 

      Muppalla, Narendra Babu (Dublin Business School, 2019)
      International students come to Ireland with a motive to study and practice their expertise through volunteering. Ireland accommodates increasing number of Non-EU students over the years. Existing studies on student ...
    • Originals: How Non-Conformists Change the World 

      Gallagher, Neil (Dublin Business School, 2017)
      No abstract is provided.
    • The origins of the psychological 'interior' - evidence from imperial roman literacy practices and related issues 

      McMahon, Ciaran (John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2008)
      The pervasiveness in psychological literature of the assumption that mental events and psychology in general occur within the person – henceforth the psychological interior‘ – is introduced and the received view of its ...
    • Oscar gets Wilder 

      Robertson, Kevin (Dublin Business School, 2012)
      This is the combination of real and inanimate. I have combined a statue with a person to make it look like a more realistic statue. Author keywords: Abstract, combination, imagination
    • Ossian & the Hare: An Experiment in Poetry and the Alchemy of Film 

      Wilson, Naomi (SAHKartell, 2016)
      Ossian & the Hare is an experimental film-essay combination intended to work like two sides of the one coin. The 20-minute long film is designed to be more experiential than narrative driven, moving us through various ...
    • An outcome study on the effectiveness of the HSE Parenting Skills Programme 

      Bayly, Kirsten (Dublin Business School, 2007)
      Parent training intervention is based on the assumption that deficits in parenting skills lead to conduct problems and increased parental stress. By positively modifying parent-child interactions, the rate of conduct ...
    • The outlook of SMEs in Ireland towards green cloud computing 

      Say, Sanem (Dublin Business School, 2018)
      This research is aimed to find an answer to what extent green solutions are influencing adoption of cloud computing in Small and Medium Enterprises, SMEs, in Ireland with secondary analysis including, books, journal articles ...
    • Outness, self-esteem, stigma, psychological health and mobile dating application use in gay and bisexual men 

      O'Connor, John (Dublin Business School, 2016)
      Background; Outness consists of Disclosure and Concealment, the sliding scale of each relates to the pattern of people’s openness regarding their sexual orientation. Contemporary psychological research continuous to conflate ...
    • Outsourcing 

      Fang, Liu (Dublin Business School, 2002)
      ‘Outsourcing - once considered an arcane business practice had reached the boardroom and beyond ... Harvard Business Review has called outsourcing one of the most important management ideas of the past 75 years.’ InfoServer ...
    • Overall development of Irish supermarkets by using business intelligence 

      Yadav, Sachin (Dublin Business School, 2019)
      Business intelligence technology is basically a reporting tool for making better decisions by considering huge data analysis. As every business for competitive advantage considering their data for analysis, BI technology ...
    • An overview of machine translation 

      O'Donnell, Patrick (Dublin Business School, 2002)
      Machine Translation is the application of computers to the task of translating texts from one natural language to another. Machine translation was one of the earliest goals of computer science and has been proven to be ...
    • Ó Chéitinn go Conradh: Rising the Revivalists to 1916 

      Ui Chollatain, Regina (SAHKartell, 2016)
      Was the Gaelic League the ‘breeding ground’ for the IRB? Was the Irish language the Language of the Revolution? These parting words from the O’Rahilly (Ua Rathghaille) border on absurd black humour but like so many other ...
    • Palestinian identity in exile 

      Elshahri, Sarah Salem (Dublin Business School, 2016)
      The aim of this Thesis is to explore the modernized Palestinian identity in exile. The exploration should depict how the identity of Palestinians is affected by ‘Orientalism’ in mass media as well as exploring how social ...