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  • Halal Scots: Muslims’ social identity negotiation and integration in Scotland 

    Bagheri, Reza (The University of Edinburgh, 2015-11-25)
    The past three decades have seen increasing interest in the integration of Muslims as the most visible ethno-religious minority group in Britain. Previous research reported that Muslims in northern parts of England, for ...
  • Wisdom or foolishness? A critical examination of Eberhard Jüngel’s theology of the cross 

    Casewell, Deborah Louise (The University of Edinburgh, 2015-11-24)
    The theology of Eberhard Jüngel endeavours to rethink the being of God and how humanity comes by knowledge of God from the crucifixion of Christ. By focusing on the crucifixion and resurrection of Christ, Jüngel proposes ...
  • Boys’ perspectives of peer-bullying in Ghanaian secondary schools 

    Abakah, George Gustarve Kwesi (The University of Edinburgh, 2015-11-27)
    This research explores boys’ perspectives on peer ‘bullying’ in one Ghanaian secondary school. Since the 1970s, empirical studies on bullying in the UK (and other global north countries where the term bullying is commonly ...
  • Secure optimal operation and control of integrated AC/MTDC meshed grids 

    Akhter, Faheem (The University of Edinburgh, 2015-06-27)
    Offshore wind energy is seen as the most promising source of electricity generation for achieving the European renewable energy targets. A number of wind farms are planned and under installation to collect the huge ...
  • Multisensory integration of spatial cues in old age. 

    Bates, Sarah Louise (The University of Edinburgh, 2015-11-27)
    Spatial navigation is essential for everyday function. It is successfully achieved by combining internally generated information – such vestibular and self-motion cues (known as path integration) – with external sources ...

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