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Prof Linda Hancock

School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Principal Supervisor

2011
Natalie Ralph
Thesis entitled: Extractive Transnational Corporations, Intrastate Conflict and Peacemaking: Frameworks and Best-Practice.
Doctor of Philosophy, School of Humanities and Social Sciences
2001
Mary-Ann Robinson
Thesis entitled: Making a Finding: Guardianship and Construction of Decisions about Women's Health and Fertility.
Doctor of Philosophy, School of Humanities and Social Sciences
1999
Sarah Leach
Thesis entitled: THE SCREENING OF WOMEN: CERVICAL CANCER SCREENING, THE PRACTICE, THE EXPERIENCE AND THE POLICY..
Doctor of Philosophy, School of Humanities and Social Sciences
1998
Janine Smith
Thesis entitled: An analysis of shifts in public health policy and their impact on the role and practice of community health nurses.
Doctor of Philosophy (Nursing), School of Humanities and Social Sciences