Leah is interested in the experiences of women in the legal profession, particularly those at the Bar. Her PhD seeks to provide a gendered analysis of the barrister profession through identifying the practical challenges and structural barriers affecting women barristers’ career trajectories in private practice.
Leah Shipton Research. The most important feature of the PhD Program at the Department of Political Science was that a lot of faculty that have expertise in the research areas I am interested in as well as faculty, such as my supervisor, who are invested in the academic development of their students. My academic background and work experience is in public and global health, not political.
This thesis is an attempt to advance the second kind of development that is diachronic in nature, which pays attention to the interrelationships of human technology rather than the former that privileges technology as engendering social transformations and development.
Leah Pressman PHD. The NPI 1447279799 is an Individual type. This NPI number belongs to Leah Pressman. Leah Pressman PHD specializes in Psychologist. She is practising at 1033 Gayley Ave Ste 117, Los Angeles, California 90024. You can also contact him via phone number (310) 430-3202. Practice location address. 1033 Gayley Ave Ste 117.
PhD thesis, The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). Winrow, Marc Sinan (2020) Reconstituting sovereignty: the Young Turks’ efforts to secure external recognition and the transition from the Ottoman Empire to the Republic of Turkey, 1908 - 1923. PhD thesis, The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). Alsayed, Wafa (2019) Foreign policy making in the small.
Profile Articles Activity Leah Riches is a PhD candidate at Monash University in Melbourne. Her PhD thesis focuses on the commemoration of Anzac Day between 1955-1985 and is part of a larger.
Leah Findlay Abstract Understanding and addressing conflict between farmers and wildlife due to crop raiding is of increasing conservation concern. Raiding impacts farmers livelihoods, reduces tolerance to wildlife and often results in lethal methods of retaliation. Although crop raiding occurs on commercial as well as subsistence farms, there are very few quantitative accounts of on-farm.
Leah F. Vosko FRSC (born 1971) is a professor of political science and Canada Research Chair at York University.Her research interests are focused on political economy, labour rights, gender studies, migration, and citizenship. In 2015, she was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada.