A similar model is the Volkswagen Beetle. The Beetle was conceived as a people’s car in Hitler’s Germany. It was to be efficient, cheap and compact. However, the performance of such connections under fatigue loading is still unknown.The aim of this study was to investigate the behaviour of blind bolt connection to concrete filled hollow section under repeated load. Further aim was to determine the reliability of the Extended Hollobolt to concrete filled hollow section.The study involved conducting an experimental programme and carrying out fatigue life and reliability analysis. The experiment programme tested 52 specimens of bolts connected to concrete filled hollow sections where 36 tests involved Extended Hollobolt, 10 standard Hollobolt and 6 standard bolts (M16).
The literature linking impulsivity to behaviour in both clinical and non clinical samples is reviewed within Chapter Two. Within Chapter Four the evidence supporting continuum models of psychiatric disorder is introduced, with particular discussion of the bipolar spectrum. Chapter Five brings together the preceding chapters, reviewing the literature supporting an interaction between psychiatric disorder, affect, impulsivity and behaviour.The first study of this thesis, a cross sectional questionnaire study which can be found in Chapter Six, looked to extend these findings by exploring the presence and role of impulsivity in a wider bipolar spectrum sample.
This thesis of 84,616 words uses the Eastern Crisis of 1875 78 to consider the Press in Great Britain and Russia. 5 case study chapters consider respectively the reaction to the Bosnian and Hercegovinian revolt of 1875, the Bulgarian ‘Atrocity Campaign’ of 1876, the outpouring of public sympathy in Russia for the cause of the Serbs in 1876, the involvement of Greece in Eastern crisis, and the British ‘Jingo’ movement. For each case study, the relationship of the mass activity to the newspaper and periodical press is considered, as well as tracing the interplay between government and Press, and examining whether the Press was able to act as an intermediary between people and government.
This means that change needs to happen everywhere, from the national level to within our families, our homes, schools, churches, on the streets and our communities because the perpetrators are not strangers, they are from our communities.”FWRM in continuing with the research on sexual violence against women and girls analysed 81 rape cases decided in the High Courts of Fiji last year. In all 81 cases of rape decided by the high courts in 2020, all the accused were male, the youngest accused was 14 years old and the oldest at 78 years of age.”All victims/survivors of the 81 cases were female with the youngest being 3 years old and the oldest victim/survivor was 83 years old. Clearly, our attitudes towards women and girls are contributing to these trends,” said Ms.