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  • Aesthetics and emotion in an organisational ethnography 

    Kenny, Kate (Inderscience, 2008-11)
    In this paper, I argue that an aesthetic approach can help us to better understand workplace ethnography. Ethnography is sensory by nature; it can incorporate a feeling of rightness and beauty in the experience of 'being-with' ...
  • The Affects of Behaviour Control Mechanisms On Trust in Virtual Teams 

    Owen, Lydon (2007)
    Virtual Team members are characterised by a lack of face to face interaction resulting from the globally distributed nature of multinational networked organisational structures. This research examines the affect that ...
  • Against didacticism 

    Hogan, Michael J. (2006-10)
    Quality thinking and quality teaching are desirable but difficult to achieve. Although lectures are necessary to teach information, one cannot rely on them to promote critical and constructive thinking skills. Nevertheless, ...
  • Agallamh Oisín agus Phádraig: téacs agus tráchtaireacht 

    Ní Mhurchú, Máire Síle (2012-08-28)
    Agallamh Oisín agus Phádraig: Téacs agus Tráchtaireacht Máire Síle Ní Mhurchú Staidéar ar an bhfás a tháinig ar an Laoi Fiannaíochta dar tús A Oisín is fada do shuan (Agallamh Oisín agus Phádraig) ón gcóip is luaithe i ...
  • Age-related task sensitivity of frontal EEG entropy during encoding predicts retrieval 

    O' Hora, D; Schinkel, S; Hogan, MJ; Kilmartin, L; Keane, M; Lai, R; Upton, N (Springer, 2013)
    Age-related declines in memory may be due in part to changes in the complexity of neural activity in the aging brain. Electrophysiological entropy provides an accessible measure of the complexity of ongoing neural activity. ...
  • Ageing in changing community contexts: cross-border perspectives from rural Ireland and Northern Ireland 

    Walsh, K., O Shea, E. & Scharf, T. (2012)
    Ongoing demographic, social, economic and cultural changes point to the dynamic and continually changing contexts of rural areas in Ireland and Northern Ireland. However, the influence of such changes on the lives of older ...
  • Ageism in health policy. 

    Hodgins, Margaret (Institute of Public Administration, 2004-05-01)
    This paper explores the extent to which health policy in Ireland can be said to be ageist. Following the identification of key pieces of legislation and related polcy and strategy documents, the documents were reviewed, ...
  • Aggregating partitions 

    Duddy, Conal; Piggins, Ashley (National University of Ireland, Galway, 2011-02)
    Consider the following social choice problem. A group of individuals seek to partition a finite set X into two subsets. The individuals may disagree over the partition and an aggregation rule is applied to determine a ...
  • Aggregation of nanoparticles on one and two-component bilayer membranes 

    Cheung, David L. (AIP Publishing, 2014)
    Using dissipative particle dynamics simulations the aggregation of nanoparticles on single and two-component bilayers is investigated. For a uniform bilayer the aggregation of nanoparticlesdepends strongly on the location ...
  • Agile Practices in Use from an Innovation Assimilation Perspective: a Multiple Case Study 

    Wang, Xiaofeng; Conboy, Kieran (2007)
    Agile methods have been adopted by many information systems development (ISD) teams and organizations in recent years. However, while agile method research is growing, many studies lack a strong theoretical and conceptual ...
  • Agility from first principles: reconstructing the concept of agility in information systems development 

    Conboy, Kieran (Institute for Operations Research and Management Sciences (INFORMS), 2009-09)
    Awareness and use of agile methods has grown rapidly among the information systems development (ISD) community in recent years. Like most previous methods, the development and promotion of these methods have been almost ...
  • Agricultural Biodiversity and Land Fragmentation: the case of Bulgaria 

    van Rensburg, Thomas M. (National University of Ireland, Galway, 2008)
    This paper presents an empirical analysis of the role of land fragmentation, crop biodiversity and their interplay with farm profitability. Original primary date are drawn from a survey conducted in Bulgaria. We present ...
  • Agricultural entrepreneurs as entrepreneurial partners in land use management: a policy-based characterization 

    Steele, Scott R. (National University of Ireland, Galway, 1999)
    An organizational economic analysis of the agricultural enterprise illustrates that agricultural entrepreneurs are not the independent capitalist entrepreneurs they are often assumed to be. This paper offers an alternative ...
  • Aiding the Data Integration in Medicinal Settings by Means of Semantic Technologies 

    Novacek, Vit; Handschuh, Siegfried (Semantic Technology Institutes International, 2007)
    The paper introduces basic features of a novel ontology integration framework that explicitly takes the dynamics and data-intensiveness of many practical application scenarios into account. We motivate our research partially ...
  • Aiding the Workflow of Email Conversations by Enhancing Email with Semantics 

    Scerri, Simon (2007)
    Despite persisting in popularity, email is still plagued with information overload, hindering the workflow of data handled by the user. Just as Semantic Web technologies promise to revolutionize the Web, we aspire to use ...
  • Aiding the Workflow of Email Conversations by Enhancing Email with Semantics 

    Scerri, Simon (2007)
    Despite persisting in popularity, email is still plagued with information overload, hindering the workflow of data handled by the user. Just as Semantic Web technologies promise to revolutionize the Web, we aspire to ...
  • Air to sea gas exchange of CO2 in the north-east Atlantic Ocean 

    Keane-Brennan, Jevon (2011-12-08)
    Atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations have been rising for the past 200 years, and started increasing at a faster rate during the last 60 years. The world's oceans act as a reservoir for large amounts of CO_2. How they ...
  • Aislinge Meic Con Glinne: Studies on a Middle Irish tale and its afterlives 

    Ní Dhonnchadha, Máirín (University of Uppsala, 2013)
    Studies on a Middle Irish tale and its afterlives.
  • 'Albert Nobbs', Ladies and Gentlemen, and Quare Irish Female Erotohistories 

    McIvor, Charlotte (Edinburgh University Press, 2013-05)
    This essay models an approach to quare Irish female erotohistoriography through analyzing George Moore's 1918 novella 'Albert Nobbs' (later adapted as The Singular Life of Albert Nobbs by French feminist playwright Simone ...
  • Alexander Kluge: Utopian Cinema 

    Stoneman, Rod (Rodopi, 2007-10-01)
    Alexander Kluge's films, television programmes and his other diverse activities contribute to a developed understanding of contemporary politics and culture. He took a version of creative critical theory into spheres of ...