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  • Being played 

    Walsh, David (2015-09)
    This thesis is an examination of kinaesthetic play from the lived experience of the player. The aim of this work is to show that the value of play runs much deeper than its applications and that play should be understood ...
  • A dialogical action research approach to innovation as organisational change. 

    Costello, Gabriel; Donellan, Brian (Action in Language, Organisations and Information Systems (ALOIS), 2008-05)
    This paper argues that dialogical action research (AR) recently proposed by Mårtensson & Lee, provides a novel framework for both relevant and rigorous collaboration between academics and practitioners. The work is presented ...
  • Empathy and teamwork: reflections on the legacy of Claudio Ciborra through the phenomenology of Edith Stein. 

    Costello, Gabriel; Donnellan, Brian (European Conference on Information Systems, 2007-06)
    Claudio Ciborra argued that the position of information and communications technology (ICT) in organisations requires a shift from the present focus on the ¿scientific paradigm¿ to an ¿alternative centre of gravity: human ...
  • Exploring the views and experiences of teenage parents as service users of universal child and family health care services 

    Horrigan-Kelly, Marcella (2015-07-16)
    Abstract This study explores the views and experiences of teenage parents as service users of universal child and family health care services. The focus of this study was to reveal lived experience from the emic ...
  • Mindfulness and painting: the relevance of Dufrenne 

    Fitzpatrick, Colleen (2016-05-27)
    This thesis examines the relationship between painting and mindfulness, including the notion of painting as a mindfulness based intervention. This premise is explored with reference to the aesthetics of Mikel Dufrenne. ...
  • Seeking the face of innovation with the ethical compass of Emmanuel Levinas. 

    Costello, Gabriel; Donnellan, Brian (Springer Verlag, 2008)
    A recent biographer has described the philosophy of Emmanuel Levinas as being permeated by one simple but profound theme: western philosophy has at best ignored and at worst suppressed the ¿Other¿. The approach of this ...
  • Steven Crowell - Normativity and Phenomenology in Husserl and Heidegger 

    O'Rourke, Jonathan (Canadian Society for Continental Philosophy, 2013-09-21)
    Given the ubiquity of Husserl's influence in the twentieth century, it is often vexing to interpret the complicated appropriation of his vocabulary by later writers. In particular, his placement of phenomenology in the ...
  • Translating translation: following Benjamin 

    O'Neill, Veronica (2013-09-19)
    There is more to language than communication and more to translation than transferral of what is communicated between languages. A translation theory that is rooted in a preconception as to the 'why' of translation sees ...