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We wish to find a difference in attitudes towards mental health between teenagers nowadays and older generations and see if younger people are more open-minded.

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My project aims to investigate the general public's knowledge and understanding of epilepsy and help raise awareness.

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This project is to statistically analyse commercial fishermen to find out their attitudes towards wearing life jackets and the amount wearing them.

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Our project will look at different multimedia devices the population uses to access publicly broadcast programmes and to investigate if the broadcasting charge is justified.

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Our project aims to investigate whether people who read for pleasure have stronger mathematical/analytical problem-solving skills than those who do not read for pleasure.

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Comparison of carbon footprint of food across three diets, developing an application to calculate food miles and investigating whether food miles should be on packaging.

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A statistical analysis into the relationship between obesity obesity related illnesses and government expenditure within the healthcare system due to the promotion of low-fat diets.

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Assess rights and laws in place for consumers. Investigate knowledge and attitude to rights and laws and if they act upon these rights and laws.

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My project shall investigate why Ireland's youth have diverted their interests from reading and what we can do to prevent this from impacting future generations.

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Our aim: to investigate the effects of the fodder crisis on farmers mental wellbeing, identify the stress factors and generate recommendations that need to be implemented in future.

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