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Writing a Built Environment Dissertation. Practical Guidance and Examples

As a built environment student you are likely to be required to research, write and submit a dissertation as a core component of your degree studies. As a vocational profession, students of the built environment often have strong practical aspirations. Writing a Built Environment Dissertation provides practical guidance and will help to steer you into a position where you can develop a good dissertation by mixing your practical strengths with more theoretical tools. The book is ordered around a common dissertation structure: that is, it starts with material that should be in the introduction and finishes with material that should be in the conclusion. Each chapter provides a commentary on the kind of information that you should put in each chapter of your dissertation, supported by a variety of examples using a range of methodological designs. The book has a strong focus on data collection, data analysis, reliability and validity– all areas where student dissertations are often weak. Material that will help you think about study skills and ethics is embedded throughout the book, and the chapters on qualitative and quantitative analysis will show you how to carry out a rigorous analysis while avoiding some of the complexity in statistical work. If you are an under-graduate student in the final year of an honours degree programme in the built environment, or perhaps a student at masters or PhD level and have been away from academic study for some time, then this book will help you to write a more innovative and thorough dissertation.

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Peter Farrell

Football player infobox
playername= Peter Farrell

fullname = Peter Desmond Farrell
dateofbirth = birth date|1922|8|16
cityofbirth = Dalkey, County Dublin
countryofbirth = Ireland
dateofdeath = death date and age|1999|3|16|1922|8|16
cityofdeath = Dalkey, County Dublin
countryofdeath = Ireland
position= Right-Half / Inside-Forward
youthyears = 193x-1939
youthclubs = Cabinteely Schoolboys
years = 1939-46
clubs= Shamrock Rovers
Tranmere Rovers
caps(goals) = X (X)
421 (14)
114 (1)
nationalyears = 1946-1957
nationalteam = Ireland (FAI)
Ireland (IFA)
nationalcaps(goals) = 28 (3)
7 (0)
manageryears = 1957-60
managerclubs = Tranmere Rovers
Sligo Rovers
Holyhead Town
St. Patrick's Athletic
pcupdate = April 23 2006
ntupdate = April 23 2006 |

Peter Desmond Farrell (August 16, 1922March 16, 1999) was an Irish footballer who played as an a right-half for, among others, Shamrock Rovers, Everton and Tranmere Rovers. As an international, Farrell also played for both Ireland teams - the FAI XI and the IFA XI. In 1949 he was a member of the FAI XI that defeated England 2–0 at Goodison Park, becoming the first non-UK team to beat England at home. Farrell’s playing career followed a similar path to that of Tommy Eglington. As well as teaming up at international level, they also played together at three different clubs.

Club career

hamrock Rovers

Farrell was born and raised in the Convent Road area of Dalkey and was educated at Harold Boy's National School and Dun Laoghaire CBS. He was playing football with Cabinteely Schoolboys when spotted by a Shamrock Rovers scout and subsequently joined Rovers on his 17th birthday in August 1939. Among his early team-mates was the veteran Jimmy Dunne. With a team that also included Jimmy Kelly, Tommy Eglington, Jimmy McAlinden and Paddy Coad, Farrell later helped Rovers reach three successive FAI Cup finals. They won the competition in 1944 and 1945 and finished as runners up in 1946.


In July 1946, together with Tommy Eglington, Farrell signed for Everton. In eleven seasons with the club he played 421 league games and scored 14 goals. He also played a further 31 games in the FA Cup and scored a further 4 goals. In 1951 he was appointed Everton captain and during the 1953-54 season he led them to the runners up place in the Second Division, thus gaining promotion to the First Division. During his time with the club his team mates, apart from Eglington, also included Alex Stevenson, Peter Corr, Harry Catterick, Wally Fielding, Tommy E. Jones, Brian Labone and Dave Hickson.

Later years

Farrell left Everton in October 1957 and followed Tommy Eglington to Tranmere Rovers where he became player-manger. He played 114 league games for Tranmere, before leaving in December 1960. After a spell as manager at Sligo Rovers, Farrell became manager of Holyhead Town and, helped by a number of former Everton and Tranmere players, he guided them to the Welsh League (North) title. After leaving Holyhead, he returned to Ireland and managed St. Patrick's Athletic. He also managed his own insurance business.

Irish international

When Farrell began his international career in 1946 there were, in effect, two Ireland teams, chosen by two rival associations. Both associations, the Northern Ireland - based IFA and the Republic of Ireland - based FAI claimed jurisdiction over the whole of Ireland and selected players from the whole island. As a result several notable Irish players from this era, including Farrell, played for both teams.


Between 1946 and 1957 Farrell made 28 appearances and scored 3 goals for the FAI XI. While still at Shamrock Rovers, he captained the FAI XI on his international debut on June 16 1946, against Portugal. On September 21 1949, together with Johnny Carey and Con Martin, he was a member of the FAI XI that defeated England 2–0 at Goodison Park, becoming the first non-UK team to beat England at home. After Martin had put the FAI XI ahead with a penalty in the 33rd minute, Farrell made victory certain in the 85th minute. Tommy O'Connor slipped the ball to Farrell and as the English goalkeeper Bert Williams advanced, Farrell calmly and coolly lofted the ball into the unguarded net. He scored his second goal for the FAI XI on October 9 1949 a in 1-1 draw with Finland, a qualifier for the 1950 FIFA World Cup. His third goal came on May 30 1951 as Farrell scored the opening goal in a 3-2 win against Norway.


Farrell also made 7 appearances for the IFA XI between 1946 and 1949. On November 27 1946 he made his debut for the IFA XI in a 0-0 draw with Scotland. Together with Johnny Carey, Con Martin, Bill Gorman, Tommy Eglington, Alex Stevenson and Davy Walsh, he was one of seven players born in the Irish Free State to play for the IFA XI that day. The draw helped the team finish as runners-up in the 1947 British Home Championship. Farrell also helped the IFA XI gain some other respectable results, including a 2-0 win against Scotland on October 4 1947 and a 2-2 draw with England at Goodison Park on November 5 1947.



Shamrock Rovers
*FAI Cup
**"Winners" 1944, 1945: 2

*British Home Championship
**"Runners Up" 1946-47 1

*Second Division
**"Runners Up" 1953-54


Holyhead Town
*Welsh League (North)
**"Winners" 1962: 1


*"Who’s Who Of Everton" (2004): Tony Matthews [http://www.shop-com.co.uk/op/~Who's_Who_of_Everton_(Hardback)_Tony_Matthews-prod-25696581?sourceid=363]
*"The Boys In Green - The FAI International Story" (1997): Sean Ryan [http://www.amazon.ca/dp/1851589392]

External links

* [http://nifootball.blogspot.com/2006/11/peter-farrell.html Northern Ireland’s Footballing Greats]
* [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gY5i1NBBxzU Farrell scoring for Ireland v England, 1949]
* [http://www.soccerscene.ie/sssenior/player.php?id=121 Ireland (FAI) Stats]
* [http://www.evertonfc.com/history/everton-legends-e-h.html Everton Legends]
* [http://www.blue-all-over.co.uk/index.php?page=legends&player=farrell Profile at Everton fansite]
* [http://www.toffeeweb.com/history/players/obituaries.htm#FARRELL Obituary at Everton fansite]
* [http://www.dalkeyhomepage.ie/newsletter/99octnews.html Obituary in Dalkey Community Council Newsletter]

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