• Gender in Psychotherapy: How Does the Literature Portray the Power Dynamics in a Female Therapist-male Client Dyad?

      Dumitrache, Adina (Auckland University of Technology, 2016)
      This dissertation aimed to reveal and explore how the reviewed literature portrayed the gendered power dynamics that may play out in a psychotherapeutic alliance between a female therapist and a male client. This research ...
    • The gender reflection

      Stephenson, Laura (Auckland University of Technology, 2011)
      This thesis investigates how characters with non-traditional gender are depicted in contemporary Western cinema on the basis that this depiction illustrates society’s unease with individuals who do not easily confirm to ...
    • Gender wage inequality in the urban Chinese labour market

      Liu, Jie (Auckland University of Technology, 2011)
      This thesis presents an analysis of the gender earnings gap in urban China. The focus is on the impacts of human capital, family circumstances, social and political capital, occupation, ownership sector, industrial sector, ...
    • Gender wage inequality in the urban Chinese labour market

      Liu, Jie (Auckland University of Technology, 2012)
      This thesis presents an analysis of the gender earnings gap in urban China. The focus is on the impacts of human capital, family circumstances, social and political capital, occupation, ownership sector, industrial sector, ...
    • Gendered embodiment and critical tourism - exploring Italian women's sensuality

      Abramovici, Martine (Auckland University of Technology, 2007)
      This thesis is a study of Italian women’s sensual embodiment in leisure and tourism experiences (involving beautifying in the city and tanning at the beach) in, and around, the city of Rome. The central link in this thesis ...
    • Gene selection based on consistency modelling, algorithms and applications

      Hu, Yingjie (Raphael) (Auckland University of Technology, 2007)
      Consistency modeling for gene selection is a new topic emerging from recent cancer bioinformatics research. The result of classification or clustering on a training set was often found very different from the same operations ...
    • Generating Value in Alliance Contracts Through the Lean Concept

      Vilasini, Nimesha (Auckland University of Technology, 2014)
      The construction industry has recognised alliancing as a means to increase construction efficiency. Despite the potential benefits attributed to alliancing, the true performance enhancements have not been fully gained in ...
    • Genetic variability of Dasheen mosaic virus and consequences for detection

      Khan, Subuhi (Auckland University of Technology, 2012)
      The genus Potyvirus is one of the largest groups of plant viruses having RNA genomes. RNA viruses show high genetic diversity which can influence virus infectivity and host selection. In this study, deep sequencing profiles ...
    • Genre analysis

      Black, Loren (Auckland University of Technology, 2018)
      In this exploration of Genre, I will explore the ways in which my screenplay ‘Like what’ resembles past productions and discuss the ways in which it offers a fresh perspective for modern day audiences. In part one I will ...
    • GeoComputational methods for surface and field data interpolation

      Zandi, Sara (Auckland University of Technology, 2013)
      GeoComputation is a relatively recent and emergent discipline containing numerous methods and techniques for fields such as electrical engineering, computer science, geography, biology. This thesis set out to describe the ...
    • Geographical Information System for Spatial Microbiological Data Analysis in Pharmaceutical Manufacturing

      Pruckner, Christian (Auckland University of Technology, 2014)
      Microbiological data analysis and trending in pharmaceutical cleanrooms is a legislative requirement, and part of quality assurance. It has historically been conducted using statistical tools, such as control charting, ...
    • Geometric correlation extraction method for intelligent finance data analysis

      Ji, Xingxiu (Auckland University of Technology, 2012)
      Trend forecasting could be one of the most challenging things in stock market analysis, as the data associated with stock is the time series data characterized in high intensity, noise, uncertainty, etc. In addition, beyond ...
    • Geospatial process modelling for land use cover change

      Nti, Isaac Kwadwo (Auckland University of Technology, 2013)
      Human activities and effects of global warming are increasingly changing the physical landscape. In view of this researchers have developed models to investigate the cause and effect of such variations. Most of these models ...
    • German speakers' migration to New Zealand: consequences across three generations

      Wohlfart, Irmengard K. (Auckland University of Technology, 2014)
      This research explored consequences of contemporary immigration to New Zealand from German-speaking Europe over time and across three generations through Nexus Analysis (Scollon & Scollon 2004), the methodological strategy ...
    • Getting attention, keeping attention and measuring attention in the age of information overload: billboard and poster advertising in the 21st century

      White, Paul Joseph (Auckland University of Technology, 2012)
      This thesis examines how advertising posters and billboards continue to communicate successfully in the 21st century despite, and in conjunction with, the emergence of a plethora of new communications technologies that ...
    • Getting back to the future: A grounded theory study of the patient perspective of total knee joint arthroplasty

      Marcinkowski, Kaaren (Auckland University of Technology, 2003)
      This grounded theory study describes the experience of undergoing total knee joint arthroplasty in the New Zealand public health system from the participants’ perspectives. The data sources were tape-recorded interviews, ...
    • Getting Old and Forgetting Things: Design Anthropology and the Medicalisation of Ageing

      Collier, Guy Edward Parker (Auckland University of Technology, 2020)
      Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) is a relatively new diagnosis that describes the grey area between ‘normal’ age-related decline and dementia. Following increased interest in the developmental stages of Alzheimer’s Disease ...
    • Ghosts at the banquet: moving towards aliveness: the anorexic client

      Ewen, Sue (Auckland University of Technology, 2009)
      The intention of this dissertation was to review the existing literature on the topic of movement from deadness to aliveness in the anorexic client and the countertransferential experience of this. Psychodynamic approaches ...
    • Gilgamesh, the hero of Mesopotamia

      Aziz, Lamia (Auckland University of Technology, 2009)
      This thesis creatively reconsiders the ancient Sumerian Epic of Gilgamesh and offers a design of the ancient epic as a contemporary, illustrated text. The work is concerned with notions of heroism, and methods relating to ...
    • Girl on Fire and Extended Adolescence

      Hannam, Jessica (Auckland University of Technology, 2019)
      Life in Silicon Valley for 24-year-old commitment-phobe Tessa is a lot more work than play. Coming home to Hamilton, New Zealand for the first time in six years, Tessa plans to lay low for the holidays in the town where ...