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(2018-09-30)Dataset pertains to a discourse analytic study of online discussions of possible racism in response to events at a local Gala Day parade in July 2015. The dataset comprises 103 postings to an online discussion thread that ...
Community and health staff perceptions on non-communicable disease management in primary care in El Salvador: A qualitative study (2019)This dataset pertains to a qualitative study examining community perceptions related to the management of non-communicable diseases in El Salvador. During different periods of 2018, three complementary qualitative data ...
(2013)The dataset contains text files with x-y coordinate values of tongue curves for seven different consonants (/p, t, k, f, s, l, r/) produced in two different vowel contexts (/i/ and /a/) by six adult speakers of Scottish ...
Project title: Interventions to increase TB treatment adherence and improved treatment outcomes among specific hard-to-reach and vulnerable population groups in Riga, Latvia. (2017)Dataset pertains to a study examining the influence of TB service organisation and culture on patients' experience of starting and staying on treatment in Riga, Latvia. Qualitative interviews with staff (20) and with TB ...