CALS Undergraduate Research Award

CALS Undergraduate Research Award

Centre for Applied Language Studies Undergraduate Research Award
Monday 25 April at 5.00 pm
Room: C1079
At the event the finalists for the award will present their Final Year Project research in poster form.


Poster Title




The Representation of the Campaign for the Recognition of Irish Sign Language as a Language Ideological Debate on Facebook and Twitter

Robyn Cunneen, B.A. Applied Languages

Ethics reference no: 2015-09-17-AHSS

Dr. Máiréad Moriarty


A Complex and Problematic Relationship? Minority Languages and New Media.

Aoife Willis, BA Applied Languages.

Prof. Helen Kelly Holmes


A corpus based linguistic analysis of male and female dialogue in the game of thrones

Ava Dooley, B.A. Applied Languages

Dr. Elaine Vaughan


Aspiring multilinguists and the global hegemony of English

Hazel Corbett, B.A. Applied Languages

Ethics reference no 2015-12-23 AHSS

Prof. Helen Kelly Holmes


Self-perception and self-representation in Twitter biographies

Sarah Caulfield, B.A. in Applied Languages

Prof.  Helen Kelly Holmes


“Examining the efficacy of language learning methods relating closely to Instructed Language Acquisition versus Natural Language Acquisition”.

Eimear Murphy, B.A. in Applied Languages

Ethics reference no: 2015_09_26_AHSS

Dr. Freda Mishan


Popular Young Adult Fiction: Are body image, mental health and sexual identity shaped by society and its traditions?

Caoimhe O’Sullivan , B.A. in Languages, Literature and Film

Dr. Carrie Griffin 


’Language & Gender in the Workplace: A Corpus-Based Discourse Analysis of The Apprentice’’

Lorna Brennan, B.A. Applied Languages

Dr. Elaine Riordan


“Using Corpus Linguistics to explore Language Variation: A corpus-based study of lexical and grammatical features of Quebec French and Standard French and student perceptions.”

Alison Ahern, B.A. in Applied Languages

Ethics reference no : 2015_09_19_AHSS

Dr Elaine Riordan


“Wir schaffen das”?  An analysis of the prevalent discourses found on YouTube in response to Angela Merkel’s Flüchtlingspolitik


Laura Daly , B.A. in Applied Languages

Prof. Helen Kelly Holmes


A Quantitative Study of Language and Gender in Disney

Máiréad Long, BA Applied Languages

Dr. Máiréad Moriarty

All welcome
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