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  • publication . Thesis . 1985
    English
    Authors:
    Duke, Simon;
    Country: United Kingdom

    The main concerns of the study, covering the years 1945-84, are arrangements that have been made for the use of military bases in the United Kingdom by United States forces. The subject is examined within a chronological framework. The development of the United States ...

  • publication . Thesis . 1986
    English
    Authors:
    Smith, Daniel L.;
    Country: United Kingdom

    In this study, the Babylonian Exile of the Jews is approached from the perspective of a sociological analysis of more recent historical cases of mass deportation and refugee behaviour. After this survey, four behaviour patterns are isolated that function as 'Mechanisms...

  • publication . Thesis . 1988
    English
    Authors:
    Myles, John Eric.;
    Country: United Kingdom

    In recent decades considerable progress has been made in elucidating the assumptions and the dynamics of Muscovite court politics, and further scrutiny is attempted in this enquiry into the ruling oligarchy of 1547-1564. Chapters 1 to 3 are devoted to groundwork. In Ch...

  • publication . Thesis . 1991
    English
    Authors:
    Oz-Salzberger, Fania.;
    Country: United Kingdom

    This thesis examines the reception of the works of Adam Ferguson, a major thinker of the Scottish Enlightenment, by a range of German readers in the late eighteenth century. It provides a survey of Ferguson's main political ideas, and argues that many of his prominent ...

  • publication . Thesis . 2011
    English
    Authors:
    Andrea Pass;
    Country: United Kingdom

    Although by 1900, over 60% of the British missionary workforce in South Asia was female, women’s role in mission has often been overlooked. This thesis focuses upon women of the two leading Anglican societies – the high-Church Society for the Propagation of the Gospel (...

  • publication . Thesis . 1987
    English
    Authors:
    Stansfield, Michael M. N. (Michael Miles Nicholas);
    Country: United Kingdom

    At the turn of the fourteenth century, the Hollands were a knightly family of no great import in Lancashire. In 1475, Henry Holland died as the Lancastrian claimant to the throne. Such a transformation, in itself, deserves explanation. This will reveal the dramatic rise...

  • publication . Thesis . 1982
    English
    Authors:
    Laurence, Anne.;
    Country: United Kingdom

    The intention of this thesis is to examine the careers of chaplains in the parliamentary armies and, more widely, the subject of religion in the parliamentary forces in the light of generalisations that have been made by historians about them. To this end, some 280 cha...

  • publication . Thesis . 1979
    English
    Authors:
    Gandy, G. N. (George Nigel);
    Country: United Kingdom

    This is a study of illegitimacy in a rural industrial district in which the phenomenon became extremely common during the early nineteenth century, subsequently declining sharply in frequency from around the 1840s to levels reminiscent of the preceding century. In the ...

  • publication . Thesis . 1984
    English
    Authors:
    Finch, Greg (Greg P.);
    Country: United Kingdom

    This thesis addresses the unresolved question of whether industrialisation helps or hinders progress in the peripheral regions of developing economies. Devon is seen as a 'sample of space' within which the breaking down of regional identities by changes in the Victorian...

  • The provision of compositionality in distributional models of meaning, where a word is represented as a vector of co-occurrence counts with every other word in the vocabulary, offers a solution to the fact that no text corpus, regardless of its size, is capable of provi...

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