CCCU Research Space Repository


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Refining psychological interventions for anorexia nervosa
Davies, L. 2021. Refining psychological interventions for anorexia nervosa. DClinPsych Thesis Canterbury Christ Church University Salomons Institute for Applied Psychology
Has the way society constructed their view Of autism developed or changed since The 19th century?
Coombersewell, J. Has the way society constructed their view Of autism developed or changed since The 19th century? Masters Thesis Canterbury Christ Church University School of Allied and Public Health Professions
Exploring Othering with intersectional feminist aspirations: between lived experiences and stand-up comedy
Brahimi, N. Exploring Othering with intersectional feminist aspirations: between lived experiences and stand-up comedy. PhD Thesis Canterbury Christ Church University Centre for Language and Linguistics
Multiple meanings of mastery in mathematics education: a Q methodology study
Shearman, J. 2021. Multiple meanings of mastery in mathematics education: a Q methodology study. PhD Thesis Canterbury Christ Church University School of Humanities and Education Studies
Anarchism, ethics and art: a politics of peculiarity
Sharkey, T. 2021. Anarchism, ethics and art: a politics of peculiarity. PhD Thesis Canterbury Christ Church University School of Law. Policing and Social Sciences