Doctoral Theses Defences

Upcoming and previously presented defences of doctoral theses and licentiate seminars at Jönköping University.

Upcoming 2019

10 May 2019, School of Health and Welfare
Bodil Monwell: En dyster parentes - Opiatregeln i svensk LARO-behandling 2010-2016.

17 May 2019, School of Health and Welfare
Sabina Kapetanovic: Developmental links between aspects of the parent-child relationship and adolescent risk behaviors: Mutual action and reaction.

17 May 2019, Jönköping International Business School
Toni Duras: On the Theory of Everything

17 May 2019, School of Education and Communication
Joakim Öberg: Samhällskunskap från styrdokument till undervisning: Tjugo lärare ramar in vad som påverkar deras praktik.

24 May 2019, School of Health and Welfare
Saffran Möller: Functioning in prosthetic users provided with and without a microprocessor-controlled prosthetic knee - relative effects on mobility, self-efficacy and attentional demand.

5 June 2019, School of Education and Communication
Per Ohlsson: Uppfattning om uppfattningar - En fenomenografisk studie över hur elittränare i fotboll söker bekräftelse på om spelare har förstått andemeningen i en instruktion.

5 June 2019, School of Health and Welfare
Louise Rundqvist: Aspects of regular long-term endurance exercise on cardiac-, hormone-, and immune-system during adolescence.

14 June, School of Health and Welfare
Ellinor Tengelin: Becoming aware of blind spots - initial phases of norm-critical competence development in academic caring education.

Presented defences 2019

22 March 2019, Jönköping International Business School
Samuel Mutarindwa: Institutions, regulation, performance, and stability of African banks.
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JIBS Dissertation Series, ISSN 1403-0470 ; 130
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Upcoming licentiate seminars 2019

11 June 2019, School of Health and Welfare
Isabelle Johansson

6 September 2019, School of Health and Welfare
Elin Ekström

Content updated 2019-04-08

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