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An Exploration into The Perceptions of Gender Inequality in Sporting Events, Specifically in Boxing. (2018)The research conducted in this study investigates the reasoning behind gender perceptions in sporting events, specifically in boxing. There are several studies which address the contributing issues individually, however, ...
(2018)When Glasgow was selected as the host city for the 2014 Commonwealth Games it set in place a plan for large scale urban regeneration within the city, this plan had six main aims – one of which was to re-image the city’s ...
USER CHARGES, MARKETISATION OF UNIVERSITY EDUCATION AND IMPLICATIONS FOR ACCESS IN DEVELOPED AND DEVELOPING COUNTRIES: CASE STUDIES OF NIGERIA AND SCOTLAND (1980-2017) (Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, 2018)Global models of higher education and the degree to which they are influenced by marketisation vary widely. Despite the perception of marketisation reforms in university education being global, literature and focus are ...
Is there a relationship between compliance to the Mediterranean Diet and body weight status in Scottish adults. (2018)Introduction: In Scotland there are high levels of overweight and obesity and due to their association with noncommunicable disease such as cardiovascular disease, type II diabetes and cancer along with an increased risk ...
The relationship between compliance to the Mediterranean diet and body weight status in Scottish adults. (2018)Greater adherence to the Mediterranean diet is linked to reduced weight gain and central adiposity in studies of Mediterranean cohorts but no studies have examined the effects of adherence to the Mediterranean diet in ...