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Allen-Early, Stephanie (2004). Brazilian, feminist non-govermental organisations - a force for change: constructing citizenship through health sector reform and delivery of reproductive rights. MPhil thesis The Open University. file

Ball, Simon David (2016). Optimising the Loading Diversity of Rail Passenger Crowding using On-Board Occupancy Data. MPhil thesis The Open University and Transport Research Laboratory. file

Elbanhawy, Eiman (2011). Visual Quality Integerated Cost Model For Developing Green Neighborhoods: An Optimization Approach. MPhil thesis The American University in Cairo (AUC).

Iniesto, Francisco (2008). Accesibilidad y estandarización en el ciclo de creación de materiales educativos. MPhil thesis Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia. file

Lucassen, Mathijs (2005). Training in child and adolescent mental health for nursing, occupational therapy and social work students: does it influence career intentions? MPhil thesis The University of Auckland. file

Okoyi, Catherine Bi Young (2018). Non-tuberculous Mycobacteria in The Gambia: Prevalent Species, Carriage and Disease. MPhil thesis The Open University. file

Robinson, Peter Forbes (1990). Workers' Councils In Portugal 1974-1975. MPhil thesis The Open University. file

Smolovic Jones, Sanela (2014). Feminist Solidarity Building And Working With Difference: The Case Of The Fiji Women’s Forum. MPhil thesis University of Auckland.

Wermelinger, Michel (1995). Teoria Básica das Estruturas Conceptuais. MPhil thesis Universidade Nova de Lisboa.

Yang, Guangyu (2016). A Study of Cross-Cultural Decision-Making Styles: Is Cognitive Mapping an Effective Methodology for Data Analysis? MPhil thesis The Open University. file

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