Items where Division is "REF UoA Output Collections > Doctoral Theses Collection" and Year is 2008

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Barnes, John (2008) Transformations of the Renaissance iconography of antichrist concept and image (2 Volumes: Vol. 1: text & Vol. 2: plates). Doctoral thesis, Birmingham City University.

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Chen, Lichiou (2008) The development of digital forms of illustration and their impact on print publishing from 1990 to the present, with particular reference to children's books (2 Volumes). Doctoral thesis, Birmingham City University.

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Farrall, Mark Christopher (2008) Into the Corrida: an analysis and testing of Geese Theatre Company's The violent illusion trilogy prison residency for violent offenders (2 Volumes). Doctoral thesis, Birmingham City University.

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Lacruz-Rengel, Rafael (2008) A theory of reference for product design: the semantics of product ideation. Doctoral thesis, Birmingham City University.

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Mayes, Andrew (2008) Aspects of performance practice in works for recorder composed for Carl Dolmetsch between 1939 and 1989 (2 Volumes). Doctoral thesis, Birmingham City University.

Mbawuni, Joseph (2008) The impact of accounting information (earnings and book values) on share prices: an emerging market perspective - the case of the Ghanaian capital market. Doctoral thesis, Birmingham City University.

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Nurse, Angus (2008) Policing wildlife: perspectives on criminality and criminal justice policy in wildlife crime in the UK. Doctoral thesis, Birmingham City University.

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Roberts, Anthony, Nigel (2008) Local government relationships with community groups: a case study of Leicester City Council. Doctoral thesis, Birmingham City University.

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Saad, Noorhayati (2008) A comparative study of design practice in Malaysia and the UK, with special reference to the creation of SME brands. Doctoral thesis, Birmingham City University.

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