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    • A product management process for Telecom Eireann 

      Dervan, Paul; Finnegan, Aidan; Malone, Sean; O'Reilly, Michael (Dublin Business School, 1996)
      Product management has been well established in fast moving consumer goods companies since the 1920' s but it is only relatively recent times that it has been popular in utilities like Telecom Eireann. The purpose this ...
    • The origins and development of the doctrine of legitimate expectation in the United Kingdom, European Union and Ireland. 

      Quinn, Desmond (Dublin Business School, 1996)
      In the mid to latter part of the twentieth century, what has been described as a 'great depression' settled upon administrative law. This was most certainly the case in the United Kingdom where the absence of a constitution ...
    • Teleworking in Ireland 

      Coughlan, John; Gould, Paddy; McAndrew, Gerry; Speers, Martin (Dublin Business School, 1996)
      This report documents secondary research and primary research into teleworking in specific market sectors in Ireland. It also looks at the experience of other telecommunications companies providing teleworking products and ...
    • The knight on his quest : symbolic patterns of transition in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight 

      Sadowski, Piotr (Associated University Presses, 1996)
      This book offers an integrated interpretative analysis of the major thematic aspects of the English fourteenth-century romance Sir Gawain and the Green Knight. The chief aim of author Piotr Sadowski is to look at the ...
    • Libido and toxic substance 

      Loose, Rik (The School of Psychotherapy at SVUH, 1996)
      Despite Freud's tendency to deny this, there can be little doubt that the Cocaine Episode was an important part of his scientific and therapeutic work. Elsewhere we have proposed a reading of Freud's Cocaine Papers which ...
    • Psychoanalysis is a psychical choreography 

      Holly, Una (Dublin Business School, 1996)
      The aim of this Dissertation is to illustrate that the body, in its choreographic dance is shown to articulate the unconscious. The Dissertation has been compiled, following researching the topic and accessing relevant ...
    • Managing Change - The Coillte Experience 

      O'Brien, David (Dublin Business School, 1996)
      This project investigates how Coillte Teoranta has progressed from a Civil Service environment in 1988 to a State owned Private Company with profits of IR£12 million in 1994. The project analyses the strategies employed ...
    • The Alternatives to Succession in the Family Business 

      O'Reilly, William (Dublin Business School, 1996)
      This project looks at the alternative options open to the owner of a family business in which there is no available or suitable successor. The traditional options of selling and liquidating the business are examined along ...
    • Business ethics 

      McLernon, William (Dublin Business School, 1996)
      The project takes the form of an in-depth analysis of the level of ethics in the business environment. It considers the importance of ethics to society and provides a comparison between European and Japanese business ...
    • European monetary unification : a study on how it will affect financial institutions & business operations 

      O'Neill, Shane (Dublin Business School, 1997)
      There have been two great drivers towards European Union. The first has been the overwhelming political desire for peace. The second has been the movement towards economic integration both to create stability and wealth, ...
    • Risk management. A review of project risk management emphasising it's application in software development 

      Leech, Simon (Dublin Business School, 1997)
      This is a report on Risk Management. In Chapter I the theories of risk management analysis, containment and resolution are outlined. In Chapter II the report seeks to illustrate the practical benefits of risk management ...
    • Is menstruation the ultimate taboo? 

      Daly-Shelly, Clare (Dublin Business School, 1997)
    • The instability of Northern Ireland's Economy is due to political warfare and the presumptuous attitudes of the people. To what extent is this true? 

      Teague, Paula (Dublin Business School, 1997)
      In an idealistic world, every economy would be striving and in the boom period of the industrial development life cycle, and there would be no need for me to carry out this thesis at all. However, in a realistic world which ...
    • A comparison and contrasting of the Oedipus complex theories of Sigmund Freud, Melanie Klein and Jacques Lacan 

      Lawlor, Tom (Dublin Business School, 1997)
      In my essay I will describe Sigmund Freud's theory of the Oedipus complex. I will then describe the Oedipus complex theories of Melanie Klein and Jacques Lacan and show some of the ways in which these theories differ from ...
    • Transference and its significance in brief psychoanalysis 

      Elliott, Thomas (Dublin Business School, 1997)
      I chose for my dissertation the topic of Transference and its Significance in Brief Psychoanalysis with a view to introducing some brief psychoanalytical sessions into my general practice. A problem arose almost immediately. ...
    • Reading Plato's Symposium 

      O'Donnell, Barry (The School of Psychotherapy at SVUH, 1997)
      Lacan decided that an analysis of the Symposium of Plato in his Seminar of 1960 - 1961 would be an illuminating detour by which to investigate the transference relation in psychoanalysis. This investigation centred on the ...
    • Juvenile justice in Ireland 

      McKenzie, Agnes (Dublin Business School, 1997)
      Juvenile crime, a major social problem in Ireland today on which the government and the tax payer spend large sums of money and energy without effecting any fundamental improvement, is on the rise, or is it?. It is clear ...
    • The film 'One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest' from a psychoanalytic perspective 

      Sheppard, Enda (Dublin Business School, 1997)
      For a student of psychoanalysis, it was the latent content bubbling beneath the struggle between Nurse Ratched and Randal Patrick McMurphy that sparked this new look at an old favourite. Fresh from my struggles with the ...
    • Toxicomania and psychoanalytic treatment: double trouble 

      Loose, Rik (JCFAR, 1997)
      In Jokes and their Relation to the Unconscious Freud analyses the technique of a joke about a dipsomaniac tutor. The joke goes as follows: ‘A man who had taken to the drink supported himself by tutoring in a small town. ...