• Global Production Network of Secondhand Clothes From New Zealand to Papua New Guinea

      Hernandez-Curry, Maria (Auckland University of Technology, 2019)
      It is not general public knowledge that each year, thousands of tonnes of secondhand clothing donated by New Zealand households is exported to Papua New Guinea. After donation by households, secondhand clothing is collected, ...
    • Goal-oriented dynamic test generation

      Do, TheAnh (Auckland University of Technology, 2014)
      Automated software testing is increasingly being seen as an important means of improving the quality and reliability of software in industry. It mitigates the hardship of manual testing, which is labour-intensive and ...
    • Going up? Career progress of female general staff across New Zealand universities

      Ricketts, Kate Elizabeth (Auckland University of Technology, 2012)
      This exploratory study examined career motivation, home and occupational salience and the presence of subjective discrimination across female general staff in New Zealand universities, through the use of a self-administered ...
    • Gone Mermaid

      Yan, Chengye (Auckland University of Technology, 2019)
      This thesis consists of practice-led research in the form of a full-length script for a feature film; plus a 6000-word essay (exegesis). The script is framed by an Exegesis which is a 6000-word essay on the subject of: (a) ...
    • Good man, you enjoy your beer! An investigation of online forum posts on binge drinking from a health belief perspective

      Saroop, Anjali (Auckland University of Technology, 2013)
      Binge drinking, recognized as a risky behaviour, is prevalent in adults and teenagers in major parts of the world. This study expands the understanding of people’s attitude towards binge drinking, by investigating posts ...
    • Goodwill Accounting Under the IFRS Impairment-only Approach? An Asia-Pacific Study

      Nguyen, Canh Tien (Auckland University of Technology, 2019)
      The purpose of this thesis is to examine how the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS)-based goodwill impairment approach is implemented, and to evaluate the role of national enforcement arrangements in this ...
    • Goodwill Impairment Charges under (NZ)36: role of executives' incentives and corporate governance

      Balachandra, Jega (Auckland University of Technology, 2012)
      This study aims to examine whether a manager uses discretion in determining impairment loss on goodwill in the years subsequent to the adoption of International Accounting Standards (IAS) 36, based on executive incentives ...
    • The goodwill impairment debate: evidence from New Zealand

      Yu, Min (Auckland University of Technology, 2012)
      Business acquisition has become a common practice and purchased goodwill recognised through these business acquisitions makes up a significant part of the total assets acquired. Under current New Zealand Equivalents to ...
    • Governance and management in international aid projects

      Sheikh, Saleem (Auckland University of Technology, 2015)
      The concept of Official Development Assistance (ODA) was put forward to modernise the economies of the underdeveloped countries in the late 1940s through financial and technical assistance. Over the years, its scope has ...
    • GPU accelerated feature algorithms for mobile devices

      Hall, Seth (Auckland University of Technology, 2014)
      Mobile devices offer many new avenues for computer vision and in particular mobile augmented reality applications that have not been feasible with desktop computers. The motivation for this research is to improve mobile ...
    • Grafted scales - gardens of the other

      Lim, Kevin Kyujung (Auckland University of Technology, 2010)
      This exegesis aims to critically assay the Master’s research project Grafted Scales: Gardens of the Other. The design outcome for this project proposes a garden that promotes communication and heals a rift between two ...
    • The Grafton Light

      Peacocke, Rachel (Auckland University of Technology, 2011)
      The Grafton Light thesis is a contemporary story set in Auckland, New Zealand. The exegesis is an examination of The Grafton Light thesis. The current background of the author in terms of the digital age, and an overview ...
    • Graphic + Service + Social Design: an exploration into using design skills and methods for social problems

      Parker, Leigh (Auckland University of Technology, 2011)
      This action research project explores the ways design skills and methods can be applied to a social problem. A social project, which focuses on a topical social issue, is used as a medium to explore the research question. ...
    • Graphic film: a new genre of moving image

      Sheffield, Adam T (Auckland University of Technology, 2008)
      Over the past three years I have engaged in a search for a form of moving image that would serve as a medium to contain, express and communicate my concerns and ideas. My initial investigations led me to motion graphics ...
    • Gravity and Centrifugal Casting of Light Metal Alloys using rapidly produced sand moulds

      McKenna, Nicholas (Auckland University of Technology, 2010)
      Traditional sand casting is a well understood method to produce metal shapes and has been used for many years in industry. It is a relatively simple method but has a significant drawback, with the requirement of a pattern ...
    • Greencycle

      Maringka, Paulus (Auckland University of Technology, 2010)
      This Greencycle project applies a system approach to shift design thinking and practices away from the ongoing unsustainable use of resources towards a more sustainable framework of consumption whereby local cultures, ...
    • Greyscale

      Allan, Elizabeth (Auckland University of Technology, 2018)
      The creative thesis Greyscale is, at its heart, an exploration of a conflicted marriage. The novel is set in 2036, when climate change has made conventional farming untenable and the New Zealand food supply is controlled ...
    • Grief and the therapist: How the therapist manages personal grief while maintaining safety for both self and the client within the therapeutic relationship: A modified systematic literature review with clinical illustrations

      Hinds, Jane (Auckland University of Technology, 2004)
      The goal of this study is to explore how the therapist manages personal grief while maintaining safety for both self and the client within the therapeutic relationship. This is achieved by using a systematic literature ...
    • Grief's Depth

      Milne, Shannel (Auckland University of Technology, 2019)
      The exegesis, Exegesis discusses the development of Grief’s Depth from genesis to thesis completion, as well as examining the influence of multiple texts which I engaged with, as a means of inspiration and influence, as I ...
    • Ground reaction force profiles of specific jump-landing tasks in females: development of a systematic and progressive jump-landing model

      Mothersole, Guy (Auckland University of Technology, 2013)
      During dynamic fast paced sports, such as netball, volleyball and basketball the body is exposed to high ground reaction forces (GRF), contributing to lower body injury occurrence during landing. A certain amount of ...