• Food, tourism and destination differentiation: the case of Rotorua, New Zealand

      Steinmetz, Rose (Auckland University of Technology, 2010)
      Policy makers, industry and researchers are paying considerable attention to the importance of the relationship between food and tourism in destination differentiation from competitors and in contributing to economic ...
    • Fool About My Money - A cultural history of Rip It Up magazine 1977 - 2010

      Jack, Amberleigh (Auckland University of Technology, 2018)
      Rip It Up, New Zealand’s longest-surviving music magazine, was founded by Murray Cammick in 1977. During its history Rip It Up has faced numerous musical and cultural trends that have affected music journalism in many ways. ...
    • Foot and ankle characteristics associated with falls and falls risk in adults with rheumatoid arthritis

      Brenton-Rule, Angela Robyn (Auckland University of Technology, 2015)
      The thesis investigated whether foot and ankle characteristics are associated with falls or falls risk in adults with rheumatoid arthritis (RA). A systematic review of the incidence and risk factors for falls in people ...
    • Foot and ankle characteristics in patients with chronic Gout: a case controlled study

      Survepalli, David George (Auckland University of Technology, 2009)
      Introduction: Gout affects approximately 15% of Maori and Pacific men, these men being at risk of early onset, severe disease with formation of gouty tophi and joint damage. Gout most frequently affects the foot, particularly ...
    • Foot pain, impairment and disability in patients with acute Gout; a prospective observational study

      Frecklington, Michael John (Auckland University of Technology, 2011)
      Purpose: Acute gout typically presents as an extremely painful intermittent arthritis affecting the foot. The impact of acute gout flares on musculoskeletal function is not well described. The aim of this study was to ...
    • Foot-stretcher angle and rowing performance

      Soper, Clara (Auckland University of Technology, 2004)
      The rower and coach are challenged with identifying the appropriate skiff setup, technique, and the movement pattern that best fits the rower’s anthropometry and performance level. Limited research has investigated different ...
    • For Sale

      Welsh, Savannah (Auckland University of Technology, 2019)
      My thesis is focused on child sex trafficking, including online child sex trafficking. The research is mostly based on American statistics, setting, and real life events/victims, with the inclusion of other cultures and ...
    • Force-velocity Profiling in Sled-resisted Sprint Running: Determining the Optimal Conditions for Maximizing Power

      Cross, Matthew Rex (Auckland University of Technology, 2016)
      The measurement of power-velocity and force-velocity relationships offers valuable insight into athletic capabilities. The qualities underlying maximum power (i.e. optimal loading conditions) are of particular interest ...
    • Foreign direct investment attraction policies in transitional economies: Lessons from Vietnam?

      Vien, Kim Cuong (Auckland University of Technology, 2004)
      Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) has empirically become an important contributor to the economic development of the transitional economy of Vietnam. Attracting FDI is therefore recognized as a vital task for the Vietnamese ...
    • Forensic analysis of a botnet system: architecture and capabilities

      Almutairi, Sultan (Auckland University of Technology, 2014)
      The botnet is one of the biggest threats to computer machines and systems. The main challenge of the botnet is that this type of malware has developed to avoid detection. Many of the computer users use anti-virus tools ...
    • Forensic Data Storage for Wireless Networks: a compliant architecture

      Laurenson, Thomas (Auckland University of Technology, 2010)
      In the past 10 years there has been an explosion of unprecedented growth in wireless based technologies. Wireless networking has escalated in popularity since its inauguration due to the ability to form computer networks ...
    • Forensic investigation for Instant Messenger: evidence extraction tools and techniques

      Lun, Barry (Auckland University of Technology, 2012)
      Currently instant messaging is one of the most popular ways for people to interact with each other’s over the cyber space. Due to its popularity, user-friendliness, rich functionality and the ability to conceal identity ...
    • Forensic Readiness for Wireless Medical Systems: Designing for User Safety

      Kyaw, Ar Kar (Auckland University of Technology, 2019)
      The focus of this research is on the risks associated with wireless medical systems (WMedSys) and devices in the healthcare environment. The deployment of wireless communications in medical healthcare environments has ...
    • Forensic Traceback Methods: Designing an Improved Investigation Framework

      Tian, Zhuang (Auckland University of Technology, 2019)
      The problem of tracing back to the origin of an Internet communication is a challenging task on account of the complexity and instability of computing networks. In this research previous attempts have been reviewed and an ...
    • Forensics Analysis of Residual Artefacts Acquired During Normal and Private Web Browsing Sessions

      Alomirah, Norah (Auckland University of Technology, 2016)
      Privacy as a social and legal issue is a concern for many people. Internet users are concerned about the browsing information that is left on the storage areas such as the hard disk. Web browser vendors have developed a ...
    • Forget me not - provisional paintings

      Adelys, Anne-Sophie (Auckland University of Technology, 2015)
      This practice-based project explores how the past is continually brought into interaction with perceptions of the present, in order that significance might become attached to what we see. In this respect, noticing is a ...
    • Formability of Magnesium AZ80

      Soomro, Muhammad Waseem (Auckland University of Technology, 2016)
      Economical and fuel-efficient vehicles are a current topic of interest worldwide, due to increasing fuel costs and environmental concerns. The most strident demand from various auto-sector stakeholders is to reduce emissions ...
    • Formation in Movement: An Art Exploration

      Metcalf, Katy Jayne (Auckland University of Technology, 2020)
      Formation in Movement is an active art exploration of the undulating nature of art practice itself. The project emerges through a folding and enfolding of responses to material and encounter while aiming to elude the ...
    • Formulating design requirements for a clinical handover system. A usability approach

      Kaufmann, David (Auckland University of Technology, 2012)
      Clinical handover is the process of transferring professional responsibility for patients between heath care professionals. Software systems are increasingly used to facilitate this process and the usability of these systems ...
    • Fostering Children's Participation in Disaster Risk Reduction with LEGO

      Loodin, Nickola (Auckland University of Technology, 2019)
      Children represent a highly vulnerable group who are disproportionately affected by disasters each year. Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) is the process of identifying, analysing and reducing the impact and risk of disasters ...