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Number of items: 11.

B

Banwell-Moore, Rebecca (2019) Restorative justice: understanding the enablers and barriers to victim participation in England and Wales. PhD thesis, The University of Sheffield.

Bekaj, Armend R. (2019) Shaping post-conflict democracies: the political transformation of ex-combatants in Kosovo and FYR Macedonia. PhD thesis, University of Sheffield.

Biggio, Giacomo (2019) Humanizing the Law of Cyber Targeting: Human Dignity, Cyber-Attacks and the Protection of the Civilian Population. PhD thesis, University of Sheffield.

Blindell, L (2019) The problem of forced labour within the global supply chain as a means to analyse the regulation of corporate social performance as applicable to companies in the UK. PhD thesis, University of Sheffield.

D

D'Souza, Nikki (2019) The Feasibility of Utilising Restorative Justice within the Serious and Organised Crime Context. PhD thesis, University of Sheffield.

DEMIRHAN, Eray Sinan (2019) Rethinking Legal Limitations to Articles 8-11 of the European Convention on Human Rights Through Dworkin's Eyes. PhD thesis, University of Sheffield.

G

Greally, Robert (2019) The Institutional Implications of Political Constitutionalism: Applying Political Constitutionalism to Questions of Legislative Design. PhD thesis, University of Sheffield.

K

Kastelic, Andraz (2019) Inducing compliance with international law in cyberspace – State responsibility, countermeasures and the obligations of due diligence. PhD thesis, University of Sheffield.

Koturovic, Darja (2019) Organised networks in Serbia: Crime control and state capture in a country undergoing democratic transition and EU accession. PhD thesis, University of Sheffield.

M

Matthewman, Molly (2019) ‘Home Truths’: A socio-legal exploration of the private rental sector and the home experiences of Generation Rent. PhD thesis, University of Sheffield.

S

Stark, Abigail (2019) 'Lived Citizenship' from the perspectives of men imprisoned in the Republic of Ireland & England. PhD thesis, University of Sheffield.

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