DORA (De Montfort Open Research Archive)
DORA (De Montfort Open Research Archive) is De Montfort University's research repository. It forms the primary public and institutional record of DMU research outputs. DORA currently lists over 10,000 items, and the breadth of research at DMU means that these include articles, conference papers, books, book chapters, and other material available in a digital form. The record for each item contains descriptive information as well as, where possible, a version of the final research output. Since January 2009 electronic deposit of PhD theses has also been mandatory and to date over 700 theses are available from DORA.
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(Other)Africa is quickly becoming the new data frontier in the face of continued increase in the deployment of digital technologies. A proportionate data governance ecosystem is, however, still lacking. The available ...
In her Prime or Past it?: Reconsidering the Male Gaze and Exploring Feminine Monstrosity and Excess in Feminist Performance Art and Film (Thesis or dissertation / Doctoral / PhD)This thesis works to re-envisage Laura Mulvey’s 1975 theory of the male gaze, to uncover the subversive potential of that re-envisaging process when explored and questioned through feminist performance art. This is a ...
(Article)The advent of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and, more specifically machine learning, brings great opportunities for healthcare. But linked with this there are unresolved issues about the safeguarding of patients’ personal ...
Developing a codebook for qualitative data analysis: insights from a study on learning transfer between university and the workplace (Article)The use of codebooks to categorise qualitative data and to increase consistency in coding between multiple researchers is a wellestablished strategy in qualitative research. However, due to the focus on team-based research ...