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Chepuka, Lignet (2013) Perceptions, experiences and health sector responses to intimate partner violence in Malawi: the centrality of context. Doctoral thesis, University of Liverpool.

Dodd, Lydia (2010) Making the best of it: an emerging grounded theory of caring for an older person with mental health problems. Masters thesis, University of Liverpool.

Fadaak, Talha (2011) Social policies and programmes for the eradication of poverty among poor female-headed households in Saudi society (Jeddah City). Doctoral thesis, University of Liverpool.

Fairfull, Alexandra (2013) Young people: the experience of transition from custody to community. Doctoral thesis, University of Liverpool.

Fitzpatrick, Edel (2013) Adolescents in the youth justice system and future goal pursuit. Doctoral thesis, University of Liverpool.

Hatcher, Ruth (2009) An investigation of attrition from community-based offending behaviour programmes. Doctoral thesis, University of Liverpool.

Hogarth, Lee; Field, Matt and Rose, Abigail K (2013) Phasic transition from goal-directed to habitual control over drug-seeking produced by conflicting reinforcer expectancy. Addiction Biology, 18 (1). pp. 88-97. ISSN 1355-6215 (Print); 1369-1600 (Online)

Metcalf, Lindsey (2012) Governance and public services: trustees' experiences of the changing role and responsibilities of the voluntary sector. Doctoral thesis, University of Liverpool.

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