Scottish History Theses
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(University of St Andrews, 1982-07) - ThesisThis thesis traces the development of the Scottish railway system from the horse-drawn waggonways of the eighteenth century to the eve of the railway mania of the mid-1840s. It includes discussion of most aspect, of railway ...
Organisational culture and service quality : an exploratory case study based investigation of Scottish universities' residential function (University of St Andrews, 1999-12) - ThesisResearch on the relationship between organisational culture and service quality is still in its early stages. Mostly, the evidence in such research tends to be either prescriptive or anecdotal. Based on the literature ...
The situation of women in seventeenth century Fife : as illustrated by the records of the Church courts (University of St Andrews, 1991-07) - ThesisWomen, particularly those from the lower ranks in society, have received little attention from historians. In part this is due to the limited nature of the available sources. The present thesis is largely based on evidence ...
(University of St Andrews, 1975) - Thesis
The fishing industry and the development of tourism in St. Andrews and the East Neuk Burghs of Fife, c. 1785-1914 (University of St Andrews, 1977) - ThesisThe thesis traces the development, between 1790 and 1914, of the two industries of fishing and tourism, which, by the end of the 19th century, dominated the economies of the Fife coastal burghs, stretching from St. Andrews ...