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To investigate students response to different dialects and which dialects are suitable for a national exam through an aural Irish examination similar to Junior Cert.

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Our parents said they were worried about the effects of cyber-bullying. They did not fully understand the effects of social networking and want to learn more.

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An examination of the degree of awareness of financial sustainability of farms in both the farming and non-farming communities.

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Our project aims to find out if there is a corrolation between music and rhythm to memorise academic content.

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My project aims to find out whether people remember other peopleÍs hardship as opposed to other items in the news.

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With our project we aim to investigate the public's opinion towards standard police forces within different countries and their methods of protection against criminals.

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Our project investigates attitudes towards male suicide educating youths regarding suicide and the public's awareness of support services locally available to them.

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My project aims to find out what my peer groupÕs opinions are on chess; and why the majority of them arenÕt playing it.

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To investigate the publicÕs attitude towards advertising.

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We aim to design a survey investigating the attitudes of the public of Co. Cork regarding recycling and if tese views have changed since the recession.

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