MSc theses

Online MSc theses successfully defended at Wageningen University

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  • MSc theses is a collection of electronic, publicly available MSc theses successfully defended at Wageningen University (WU).

    The collection consists mainly of master theses and some bachelor theses. PhD-theses from Wageningen University can be found at PhD theses.

    Subjects covered include Agrotechnology, Food and Food Production, Plant and Animal Sciences, Soil Science, Geo-information, Landscape and Spatial Planning, Water and Climate, Ecosystem Studies, Economics and Society.


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Brewing beer in the aftermath of Ebola : an anthropological case study on the development of a sorghum value chain [Student report]
Aken, R.T. van \ 2019
“We have no choice, but we have to survive” : the sense of belonging of people living around oil palm plantations in Sambas district, Indonesia [Student report]
Rifky Setya Anugrah, Akhmad \ 2019
Designing out terrorism in New York City : how counterterrorism measures influence people’s perceptions of safety and space in New York City [Student report]
Hobelman, Daphne \ 2019
Shrinking civil space in Cambodia : NGOs manoeuvring and navigating restrictions and insecurities in the Cambodian pre-election landscape [Student report]
Fleischer, Christine \ 2019
Pastoralism vs. conservation : livelihoods and conservancies in the pastoralist areas, Kenya : the pastoralism vs. conservation debate in the conservancies in Northern Kenya, with Naibunga conservancy as case-study [Student report]
Doller, Rianne \ 2019
Call me by my tribe : San and other actors negotiating indigeneity in N≠a Jaqna Conservancy, Namibia [Student report]
Blankestijn, Mara \ 2019
Bunkers as contested cultural heritage : what the bunkers of Albania tell about the processing of a nation’s Communist memory [Student report]
Boon, Marjolein Helena van der \ 2019
Invisible people : self-perceptions of indigeneity and marginalisation from the Hai//Om San of Tsintsabis [Student report]
Castelijns, Eline \ 2019
The pursuit of self-reliance in the absence of aid : a case study on the survival strategies of Somalis in Bole Mikael, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia [Student report]
Holder, Marre ten \ 2019
Women and reintegration: the everyday lives of FARC women in post-accord Colombia [Student report]
Baas, Julia \ 2019
Local people's engagement with the welfare of Balinese monkeys in the context of wildlife tourism in Ubud Indonesia [Student report]
Thommassen, Mila \ 2019
Public-private partnerships : an emergent paradigm in disaster governance? [Student report]
Itolli, Filippo \ 2018
Empowering children through child centered disaster risk reduction projects : an analysis of capacity building efforts in Metro Manila, the Philippines [Student report]
Wierda, Nynke \ 2018
'Everyone is a possibility' : a messy social network study of refugees from Syria in Şanlıurfa, Turkey [Student report]
Uden, Judith van \ 2018
“The show must go on” : a study on the social navigation of queer refugees in the Netherlands [Student report]
Huethorst, Lisanne \ 2018
"Syrian Guesthood" : a field study on the displacement experiences of Syrians, as guests, in the urban setting of Amman [Student report]
Velde, Ruth van de \ 2018
Church and community mobilisation : analysing inclusion and empowerment of socially marginalized people in villages in Tanzania [Student report]
Boele, Emma \ 2018
The politics of multiculturalism in the Northern autonomous Province of Vojvodina: (Serbian) youth discourse on multiculturalism in Novi Sad [Student report]
Zarkovic, Sara \ 2018
Power sharing in its local context : the case of Mangu LGA, Nigeria [Student report]
Hiemstra, Pier \ 2018
Bursting the bubble: a case study on the effects of the current rhino poaching crisis on tourism - and vice versa - in the Hluhluwe Imfolozi game reserve, South Africa [Student report]
Wiel, Iris van der \ 2018
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