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    • Machine learning chatbot for education search purpose in Dublin 

      Dari, Ravjeet Singh (Dublin Business School, 2020)
      This dissertation is about an artificial intelligence chatbot which act as a virtual assistant for the students who are looking for education in Dublin. In real-world scenario a student register in a foreign education ...
    • Machine Learning to aid mental health among youth during COVID-19 

      Modha, Yash Vijay (Dublin Business School, 2021)
      This research presents a comparative study of specialized deep learning and state of the art machine learning approaches for multiclass classification of six emotions: joy, sadness, surprise, fear, love, anger. Specialized ...
    • Machine translation. How direct translation copes with ambiguous problems 

      O'Toole, Audrey (Dublin Business School, 2001)
      As early as the beginning of the 17th century, the use of mechanical devices as a method of overcoming language barriers was suggested. This idea has developed considerably since then, with systems such as TAUM-METEO, ...
    • The Madness of Robert Schunlann 

      O'Connor, Maire (Dublin Business School, 2003)
      The composer Robert Schummm (1810 - 1856) died in an asylum at Endenich, near Bonn, having previously tried to kill himself by throwing himself into the Rhine. Posthumous diagnoses include syphilis, meningitis, dementia ...
    • Magazines’ advertising of French cosmetics brands in China: strategies influenced by a culture 

      Taton, Cecile (Dublin Business School, 2015)
      Purpose of this paper: The aim of this research was answering the research question: what are the influences of Chinese culture on advertising strategies of French cosmetic brands in Chinese magazines? The researcher had ...
    • Magnificent loneliness 

      Murphy, Gregg (Dublin Business School, 2011)
      Lonely trip through the countryside. Author keywords: Loneliness, country side, nature, understanding the image
    • Main challenges faced by multinational companies when planning human resources in Venezuela 

      Rios, Tabayre (Dublin Business School, 2013)
      Human Resources Planning has been in consider a key factor for the development of companies and its success is highly reflected in the markets nowadays. Such planning may varies from country to country and therefore, the ...
    • Makeover shows : a post-modern analysis 

      Stadager, Kristine (Dublin Business School, 2006)
      The roles that fashion and identity play in makeover shows will be discussed in relation to post-modernistic society; the society that, some theorists argue, we live in today. The UK based 'What Not to Wear' and the American ...
    • The Making and Remaking of Irish History: An Interview with Vincent Comerford 

      Comerford, R.V.; Doolin, David (SAHKartell, 2016)
      On Tuesday, 26 April 2016, I sat down with former head of History at Maynooth University, Professor Vincent Comerford, to chat about the current state of the discipline, about changes within history over time and the telling ...
    • Making high quality strategic decisions 

      Vichare, Nirav (Dublin Business School, 2020)
      Purpose: The research aims to analyse the process incorporated in a high-quality strategic decision. This research aims to analyse various influencing factors of strategic decision making and decision-making models used ...
    • The making of an artist. Creating the Irishman Micheal MacLiammoir 

      Madden, Thomas (The Liffey Press, 2015)
      The Making of an Artist is a fascinating portrayal of the formative years of Micheál MacLiammóir, actor, playwright, artist, linguist, raconteur and co-founder of the Gate Theatre. Born in Cockney London and christened ...
    • The Making of Tomato Red: An Interview with Director Juanita Wilson 

      Wilson, Juanita; Buggle, Jane (SAHKartell, 2017)
      Juanita Wilson is a Dublin-based Film Director and Writer. In 2008, she was nominated for an Academy Award for her short film, The Door, which went on to win the IFTA Award for Best Short Film. She was awarded the prestigious ...
    • Making sense of surprise : an investigation of the factors influencing surprise judgments 

      Maguire, Rebecca; Maguire, Phil; Keane, Mark T. (American Psychological Association, 2011)
      Surprise is often defined in terms of disconfirmed expectations, whereby the surprisingness of an event is thought to be dependent on the degree to which it contrasts with a more likely, or expected, outcome. The authors ...
    • Making the collar and cuffs match : women in pre-code cinema 

      Zhao, Sonia (Dublin Business School, 2013)
      The main objective of my Final Year Project is to unveil the impact of women and sexuality in cinema during the Pre-code era of film, from 1930 to 1934. The freedom that women in American society were allowed in the 1920‘s ...
    • Maladaptive perfectionism, self-efficacy and social comparison: predictors for body dissatisfaction and subsequent disordered eating in females 

      O'Sullivan, Jessica (Dublin Business School, 2014)
      This study aimed to investigate the relationship between maladaptive perfectionism, self-efficacy and social comparison and the extent to which these variables predict body dissatisfaction among females. A sample of females ...
    • Malaysia's food image : a case of Malaysia Kitchen Programme (MKP) in Finland 

      Sae, Rofika (Dublin Business School, 2015)
      This case study assessed the portrayed Malaysian food image via one of the strategies under the Malaysia Kitchen Program with the aim of evaluating the implementation of opening/operating a Malaysia restaurant in Finland ...
    • Male attitudes to psychotherapy, modes of coping with problems and presenting problems in psychotherapy 

      Carpenter, Carolyn (Dublin Business School, 2001)
      There are every increasing reports in the academic literature and in the popular press of a 'crisis in masculinity'. The aim of this project was investigate male attitudes to counselling and psychotherapy. To examine the ...
    • Male gender role conflict and its effects on the therapeutic relationship 

      Murtagh, Alan (Dublin Business School, 2012)
      This study examines male gender role conflict (GRC) and its effect on therapeutic relationships in Ireland. The research was conducted to identify if psychotherapy and counselling training or personal therapy has an effect ...
    • Male victims of domestic abuse 

      Carey, Mandy (Dublin Business School, 2010)
      Domestic abuse is one of the biggest human rights violations that effects women and children all over the world. It has no regard for age, race or creed. It has reached such proportions that women seem to be more at risk ...
    • Males and females beliefs about sexism and gender inequality 

      Danilevicius, Natalia Kishida (Dublin Business School, 2019)
      Sexism and gender inequality can lead to negative consequences to one’s life such as poor well-being and high levels of depression. Research has shown that there is still a gender gap even after women conquering more rights ...