• Crossroads of ex-istence - performing object-events toward an unconditional ethos of death

      Jennings, Sarah (Auckland University of Technology, 2015)
      Research Questions: How might an object-event (object-life) perform a vivifying ethos for participants in relation to conditions of death as everyday? As a spatial design ethics how might this research deepen our perceptions ...
    • CSR Communication by Fortune Global 100 Through Social Media – an Exploration

      Chand, Priti Kiron (Auckland University of Technology, 2018)
      Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and social media are two emerging areas in business. The objective of this research is to explore the CSR communication of Fortune Global 100 companies through social media for the ...
    • Cul-de-sac (Thesis) & The limits and possibilities of words (Exegesis)

      Marson, Lorraine Wendy (Auckland University of Technology, 2015)
      The genesis for my thesis Cul-de-sac, a work of realist fiction, lies in the notion that the past always informs the present, that a character's birthplace, formative years, and familial relations place an indelible stamp ...
    • Cultivation of the New Zealand geoduck clam, Panopea zelandica

      Le, Dung Viet (Auckland University of Technology, 2016)
      The geoduck Panopea zelandica has been signalled as a new emerging species for aquaculture in New Zealand. To pave the way for the establishment of a geoduck aquaculture industry, information on how to grow this species ...
    • Cultural components of early childhood teacher education programmes: Reflection for lecturers

      Afrin, Tahera (Auckland University of Technology, 2018)
      Early childhood teacher education programmes are offered by Tertiary Education Organisations (TEOs) where teaching-learning takes place between the student teachers and lecturers. Cultural components, in this study, are ...
    • Cultural dimensions in leadership development in joint ventures: the case of Vietnam

      Cao, Thi Dieu Quy (Auckland University of Technology, 2012)
      Vietnam is an emerging economy that has received multi-billion dollar foreign investments from corporations within both developed and developing countries. For the last fifteen years, many companies have developed joint ...
    • Cultural humility: a hermeneutic literature review

      Walters, Tatjana (Auckland University of Technology, 2015)
      This dissertation explores the qualities of humility in the context of a therapeutic relationship between practitioner and client from different cultural backgrounds, utilising a hermeneutic review of some of the available ...
    • Cultural identity in the child psychotherapy environment: a Maori perspective

      Hall, Alayne (Auckland University of Technology, 2005)
      I have become increasingly curious about certain aspects that influence my practice. The combined influences of Maori and Pakeha contribute to my clinical practice and the inter-relationships between others and myself. ...
    • Cultural matching and the psychotherapeutic relationship

      Patterson, Seilosa W. (Auckland University of Technology, 2003)
      “Cultural matching and the psychotherapeutic relationship” challenges and explores therapists’ work with cultural otherness. Firstly, it considers the history of psychoanalysis, in terms of Freud, sexism, white blindness, ...
    • Cultural obstacles to the implementation of global accounting standards in China

      Xu, Gina Jin (Auckland University of Technology, 2013)
      The purpose of this study is to investigate the cultural and educational issues affecting the implementation of the IFRS-based accounting standards in China. The IASB has a goal to develop a single set of principle-based ...
    • Cultural representation and Chinese gardens abroad: an exploratory study of Dunedin Chinese Garden, New Zealand

      Cui, Jing (Auckland University of Technology, 2013)
      The western passion for Chinese culture, especially Chinese garden culture, began in the late 17th century. Today Chinese gardens abroad are often features of tourism destinations. This research is a case study of the ...
    • Cultural value in packaging design

      Yu, Na (Auckland University of Technology, 2005)
      New Zealand is currently in the process of transforming itself from a commodity-producing nation to one that harnesses innovation, imagination and creativity as key drivers for economic competitiveness. Businesses are being ...
    • Cultural wellbeing and the Local Government Act 2002: a Hamilton case study

      Choudharey, Ruth Indira (Auckland University of Technology, 2009)
      Influenced by the global phenomenon of the third way paradigm, the reform of the New Zealand Local Government Act 2002 (LGA 2002) marked significant changes for local authorities. Under this Act, local authorities were ...
    • Culturally Responsive Leadership in Aotearoa New Zealand Secondary Schools

      Williams, Nicholas (Auckland University of Technology, 2016)
      At the heart of leadership in Aotearoa New Zealand schools is a focus on how everyone can work together to improve educational and social outcomes for all young people (Ministry of Education, 2008). To actualise this ...
    • Culture, participative decision making, and job satisfaction

      Van Der Westhuizen, De Wet (Auckland University of Technology, 2010)
      This study sets out to empirically examine whether asymmetries in culture differentially affect the job satisfaction and the freedom for individuals to participate in job-related decisions. With globalisation facilitating ...
    • Culturing Undaria Pinnatifida Gametophytes

      Mandrekar, Pushkar (Auckland University of Technology, 2018)
      Undaria pinnatifida is a species of brown laminarian seaweed, primarily found in its native habitat, in the temperate waters of East Asia. The seaweed was accidentally introduced to New Zealand in the late 1980’s and since ...
    • A Curious Greed

      Free, Ian Laing (Auckland University of Technology, 2014)
      This volume contains an Exegesis and a Creative Thesis, in this order. The Exegesis is an academic essay on the process used to produce the Thesis, which is a memoir. The memoir had its origin in a desire to explore the ...
    • Currency Recognition Using Deep Learning

      Zhang, Qian (Auckland University of Technology, 2018)
      Currency is an indispensable part of our daily life. However, how to identify true and fake currencies has become the most important issue at present. If we use a computer for currency recognition, it will greatly improve ...
    • The Current Status of the Balanced Scorecard As a Performance Measurement and a Strategic Management Tool in NZ Local Government Organisations

      Taulapapa, Ma'amora (Auckland University of Technology, 2008)
      In the early 1980s, a general dissatisfaction developed with traditional accountingbased performance measurement in the New Zealand public sector. The not-forprofit nature of public sector organisations had led to a perceived ...
    • Customer attitudes to private labels: the role of store image

      Fraser, Alison (Auckland University of Technology, 2009)
      Private labels have become a major force in the global grocery market yet their market penetration varies between countries, retailers and product categories. Researchers have investigated consumer, retailer and market ...