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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(Article)Time and space are two dimensions that define a film festival in relation to duration, and cultural, social, urban and political relations to the event. While the notion of space is well documented by the literature on ...
(Article)In conventional PKI, CAs are assumed to be fully trusted. However, in practice, CAs' absolute responsibility for providing trustworthiness caused major security and privacy issues. To prevent such issues, Google introduced ...
(Article)Purpose- The article offers a conceptual interpretation of the role business families play in the institutional context of sub-Saharan Africa, characterised by voids within the formal institutional setting. Responding to ...
Ontological Diversifications: Greening Domestic Violence and Abuse Studies on Companion Animals. Protection, Prevention and Intervention (Conference)Arguably, first championed by the second wave of feminism, the origins of the Domestic Violence and Abuse (DVA) sector in the UK are intertwined with issues of gender inequality and concerns about the harm and violence ...
DIALOGOS DEL SUR, ENTRE LA ARQUITECTURA Y EL ARTE: REFLEXIONES DE LA HISTORIA DE UNA AMISTAD EN LA TRAYECTORIA DE JORGE OTEIZA Y JAVIER SAENZ DE OIZA (Article)This article reflects on the work of the Spanish architect Javier Sainz de Oiza and his relationship with Basque sculptor Jorge Oteiza and covers their work and their relationships with South America