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Banswal, Deepansha (2017) An analysis of gender discrimination in the news industry: A comparative study on how women journalists are treated in India and Ireland. masters thesis, Griffith College.

Bowers, Lydia (2017) The Frame Game - A Content Analysis of Framing Denis O’Brien’s Controversies in the Irish Press. masters thesis, Griffith College.

Broughton, Fiona and O'Riordan, Fiona (2017) Care to Share? A study of the extent to which an expectation sharing and setting induction exercise is an effective pedagogical tool for first year law students. ISHE-J: The All Ireland Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, 9 (1). ISSN 2009-3160

Broughton Coveney, Fiona (2017) Protecting Children in the Context of Prenatal Exposure to Alcohol in Ireland. In: Society of Legal Scholars 108th Annual Conference, Dublin City University.

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Cassidy, Lauren (2017) Hegemonic masculinity and emphasised femininity: A comparative analysis of fitness bloggers Instagram accounts from May 2017. masters thesis, Griffith College.

Cooke, Caoimhe (2017) Caution: Children at Play. A radio documentary on the decline of children’s free play opportunities in Dublin, Ireland. masters thesis, Griffith College.

Cusack, Martin (2017) The Life Cycle of an Alt-Right Meme: A Radio documentary exploring the experiences of Irish teenagers using social networking sites (SNS) and the impact it has on their social and emotional development. masters thesis, Griffith College.

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Dowling, Mark (2017) Whiteboard animation and PowerPoint multimedia instruction: A comparative study of instructional effectiveness on cognitive load and retention. masters thesis, Griffith College.

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Escobar de Oliveira, Vithória (2017) Media Coverage of Sexual Crimes: A case study. masters thesis, Griffith College.

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Fitzmaurice, Éadaoin (2017) Gaeilge ar Líne: A TV Documentary about the benefits of social media for the promotion and revival of the Irish language. masters thesis, Griffith College.

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Gordon, Hazel (2017) The portrayal of women in online and print advertising. masters thesis, Griffith College.

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Higgins, Bernie (2017) Bodhaire Uí Laoghaire. A Radio documentary exploring the experiences of Irish teenagers using social networking sites (SNS) and the impact it has on their social and emotional development. masters thesis, Griffith College.

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Kiely, Yvonne (2017) Why are there so few female Music Producers? masters thesis, Griffith College.

Kyne, Loretta (2017) Preparing Study Resources: Research on the suitability of a manual as a study aid for IT Tallaght Accounting Students. masters thesis, Griffith College.

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Lynn, Robert (2017) Freewheelin’. Development and production of a digital magazine for Irish cyclists. masters thesis, Griffith College.

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Mc Crudden, Shauna (2017) Women in film 1986-2016: Has their representation improved or worsened? masters thesis, Griffith College.

McErlean, Thomas (2017) A Study Utilising E-learning Theory, Universal Design for Learning and Multiliteracies for Teaching Practical Irish Genealogical Research Online. masters thesis, Griffith College.

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Nolan, Emma (2017) Do health-and-fitness magazines influence males’ and females’ perceptions of health and fitness differently? masters thesis, Griffith College.

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O'Riordan, Fiona (2017) Authentic Assessment as a Change Catalyst in Curriculum Development. In: The impact of accredited professional development in learning and teaching on assessment in Irish HE. AISHE, pp. 87-95.

O’Donohue, Brendan (2017) Remembering the Rising: Irish newspaper coverage of the 1966 and 2016 anniversaries of the 1916 Easter Rising. masters thesis, Griffith College.

O’Rourke, Ciara (2017) How does the portrayal of female beauty by the media influence young Irish girls between 8 and 12–years-old? masters thesis, Griffith College.

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Whelan, Anne Marie (2017) An Analysis of Suicide Reporting in Three in Print Daily National Newspapers – Irish Independent, Irish Examiner and the Herald, over two twelve month periods, 1999 and 2016. masters thesis, Griffith College.

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