CCCU Research Space Repository


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"I do write, I think, from the eye": The peculiar aesthetic of Elizabeth Bowen
Hirst, D. 2021. "I do write, I think, from the eye": The peculiar aesthetic of Elizabeth Bowen . PhD Thesis Canterbury Christ Church University School of Humanities and Educational Studies
ISRSA Report: Religions and Worldviews (Weltanschauung) a personal response addressed to the ISRSA Patron and Council from Professor Trevor Cooling
Cooling, T. 2022. ISRSA Report: Religions and Worldviews (Weltanschauung) a personal response addressed to the ISRSA Patron and Council from Professor Trevor Cooling.
Designing virtual spaces: redefining radio art through digital control
Hilmi, A. 2020. Designing virtual spaces: redefining radio art through digital control. PhD Thesis Canterbury Christ Church University School of Creative Arts and Industrial Studies
The development of a cell-based assay for quality control in human in vitro fertilisation
Adjirackor, N. 2021. The development of a cell-based assay for quality control in human in vitro fertilisation. PhD Thesis Canterbury Christ Church University School of Psychology and Life Sciences
‘Learning and growing’: Young people’s experiences of being peer trainers within a ‘Beads of life’ group in an oncology setting
Henly, Rebecca, Joscelyne, Trish and McParland, J. 2022. ‘Learning and growing’: Young people’s experiences of being peer trainers within a ‘Beads of life’ group in an oncology setting. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry. https://doi.org/10.1177/13591045221089908