Australian Catholic University's theses collection showcases the breadth and depth of Graduate Research at ACU. Our collection includes PhD and Masters theses.
Theses are arranged alphabetically by author's surname within the year that they were submitted. If you believe copyrighted materials have been used in a student's work, please contact us with details.
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Theses from 1999
A rhetorical analysis of Tertullian's Adversus Iudaeos, Geoffrey D. Dunn
Gifted origins to graced fulfilment: The soteriology of Julian of Norwich, Kerrie Margaret Mary Hide
Transforming the categories of western theology: A critical comparison between the political theology of Johannes Baptist Metz and the feminist theological hermeneutics of Elisabeth Schussler Fiorenza, Anne Patricia Tuohy
The meaning of the word owoai (save) in the Gospel of Mark (a semiotic analysis approach), Vivian Daniel Jacquin
Theses from 1998
Role of the Catholic school principal in the face of modern day challenges and demands: Key behaviours, issues, perceptions, challenges and dilemmas facing Catholic school principals in the late 1990s, Michael Joseph Slattery
Communication of school culture in an Anglican grammar school, Peter Terence Scott
Collaborative leadership: Leading educational organizations into the next millennium, Christopher J. Mayes
A critical edition of Anastasius Bibliothecarius' Latin Translation of Greek Documents Pertaining to the Life of Maximus the Confessor, with an analysis of Anastasius' translation methodology, and an english translation of the latin text, Bronwen Neil
Fear under their feet: An icon of heroes, regional perspectives, Noela Mary Fox
Karl Rahner and the option of grace in freedom: A critical examination of Rahner's understanding of both fundamental option and virtue ethics and the link between them in the light of their classical antecedents and contemporary developments in moral theo, James Jonathan Warner
Flannery O'Connor's letters and fiction: A corresponding identity, Bernadette Rosbrook
Teachers, clergy and Catholic schools: A study of perceptions of the religious dimension of the mission of Catholic schools and relationships between teachers and clergy in the Lismore Diocese, Wayne Maurice Tinsey
Theses from 1997
Experiencing humour: A critical care phenomenon, Jan Skinner
Theses from 1994
Theses from 1988
Parent expectations of Catholic secondary education: A study over time in one particular school, William Robert Griffiths