Cardiff Metropolitan Research Repository (DSpace)
Cardiff Metropolitan's Research Repository provides access to all of the University’s research and other scholarly output. We facilitate open access to research by providing a place for everyone to discover and access knowledge.
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(Cardiff Metropolitan University, 2019)Far peripheral visual field occupies the vast majority of human visual field. With some recent exceptions (Freeman & Simoncelli, 2011; Strasburger, H., Rentschler, I., & Jüttner, M., 2011; Fortenbaugh, Sanghvi, ...
The Use of Social Media in Public Relations Practice: The Case of the Jordanian Non-Profit Organisations (Cardiff Metropolitan University, 2019)Many social media experts have discussed the variety of benefits that could be attained using applications of web 2.0 (e.g. Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube) by non-profitable organisations. Nonetheless, very few studies ...
SOCIOCULTURAL BARRIERS TO BREAST AND CERVICAL CANCER SCREENING AMONG WOMEN IN KADUNA, NORTHERN NIGERIA (2018)Breast and cervical cancer account for the highest cancer-related morbidity and mortality among Nigerian women. Late stage diagnoses are common due to lack of National screening programme, although opportunistic screening ...
Developing an innovative procurement framework through an evaluation of practitioners’ engagement with procurement tools in the delivery of firm performance. (Cardiff Metropolitan University, 2018)This thesis evaluates academic knowledge surrounding the procurement process frameworks deployed by firms and used by practitioners to guide them in securing supply contracts for their firms. The research identifies knowledge ...
Exploring the relationship between domestic violence perpetration and suicide risk in male prisoners (2018)Suicide in prisons remains a critical issue for frontline staff and policy makers, however there are gaps in understanding who, of an already vulnerable population, is at increased risk and ...
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