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    • Damsels and distress: Factors affecting Haemulidae distribution on Bahamian reefs 

      Smith, M (University of Exeter Biological Sciences, 13 May 2019)
      The interconnected habitats of coral reefs, mangroves and seagrass are home to a quarter of all known species in the marine environment. The interconnectivity of these areas improves species richness and density, even for ...
    • Richard Swinburne's arguments for substance dualism. 

      Horner, D (University of Exeter Theology and Religion, 13 May 2019)
      This dissertation is a contribution to debates in the philosophy of mind and of personal identity. It presents a critical account of arguments for substance dualism to be found in Richard Swinburne’s Mind, Brain, and Free ...
    • Birth, Death and Survival: an Arendtian analysis of pre-service teacher identity on the PGCE route 

      McKerr, L (University of Exeter College of Social Sciences and International Studies, 20 May 2019)
      This research focuses on the identity development of pre-service teachers on a one-year, university-based teacher education route (PGCE) in England. In the English education system, concerns have been raised about many ...
    • Subject-specific three-dimensional finite element model of the human knee complex 

      Thienkarochanakul, K (University of Exeter College of Engineering, Mathematics & Physical Sciences, 3 June 2019)
      Knee Osteoarthritis (OA) is a common medical condition that necessitates primary care for 1 in 5 adults over the age of 45 only in the UK. This causes functional limitations and decreases the quality of life. The OA is a ...
    • The Social Status of Female Slaves at the Abbasid Court (132-329 A.H./ 750-940 A.D.) 

      Alkandari, M (University of Exeter Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies, 20 May 2019)
      The subject of the position of women has developed considerably over the last few years, expanding on their roles, movements and activities in the medieval and classical periods. Researchers have studied the lives, roles ...