• Patterns and motifs in the Va: a Samoan concept of a space between

      Clayton, Leanne (Auckland University of Technology, 2007)
      This project is an exploration of the endless negotiation of the va, the relationships that consistently define and redefine themselves in the space between two cultures. The va consists of relationships between people and ...
    • Patterns of identity: Textiles in Aotearoa: http://www.textiles.org.nz

      Fraser, Angela (Auckland University of Technology, 2004)
      Patterns of Identity: Textiles in Aotearoa (POI) is an online information resource documenting New Zealand textiles. First published in 1999 as a Web site, the POI resource was expanded in 2001 to include a textile image ...
    • Pencarrow

      Harrison, Kerry Louise (Auckland University of Technology, 2010)
      This submission is in two parts. The first, an exegesis, sets my creative work in its literary, stylistic and social context. The second and main part of this submission is the first draft of a novel, Pencarrow, which I ...
    • People I know

      Lawrence, Carolyn Marie Firkin (Auckland University of Technology, 2010)
      People I Know is a conceptual visual arts project which involves collecting and archiving information with the intention of extending the notion of portraiture and identity beyond the frame of the body. The collection is ...
    • People with albinism in New Zealand

      Abd Elkader, Hazem Ahmed (Auckland University of Technology, 2015)
      Albinism is an inherited genetic condition that reduces the amount of melanin pigment formed in the skin, hair, and/or eyes. As a result of this condition, people with albinism have vulnerability to the sun and bright ...
    • Perceived benefits for customer service of ITIL IT control use

      Egeler, Markus (Auckland University of Technology, 2008)
      IT service management is becoming more and more important in the current business environment. Especially the IT Infrastructure Library (ITIL) is a widely adopted and accepted IT service management framework (Wagner 2006). ...
    • The Perceived Impact on Wellbeing After Health and Wellness Coaching - a Qualitative Evaluation

      Green, Anton Wayne (Auckland University of Technology, 2020)
      Health and wellness coaching (HWC) is an evidence-based intervention to help individuals gain the knowledge and skills to undertake health-related behaviour change in their lives. The Primary Prevention of Stroke in the ...
    • Perception and expectation: You can perceive my paintings, but my paintings can't perceive you

      Yamamoto, Norito (Auckland University of Technology, 2006)
      Improvisation is generally understood to mean something that is created by spontaneity. It may result in something unexpected or an unplanned act. In this work, I define improvisation more specifically as action which only ...
    • The Perception of In-vitro Meat (IVM) by New Zealand Consumers

      Malavalli, Maya Murthy (Auckland University of Technology, 2020)
      Purpose- The purpose of the study was to investigate the perception of in-vitro meat (IVM) among New Zealand consumers and to understand their purchase and consumption behaviour using a customized conceptual framework ...
    • Perceptions about the impacts of Ramadan month and Iftar program at AUT Mosque on holistic health

      Ibrahim, Abduraouf (Auckland University of Technology, 2018)
      Ramadan is the ninth month of the lunar calendar. Muslims in Ramadan refrain from eating, drinking, smoking and intercourse from dawn to sunset. Each Ramadan, there is a free Iftar meal program at sunset for the Muslim ...
    • The Perceptions and Concerns of Parents Who Have a Child With Developmental Coordination Disorder

      Hitchcock, Brigid (Auckland University of Technology, 2020)
      This qualitative descriptive study aimed to explore the perceptions and concerns of parents who have a child with Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD). DCD is a neuro-developmental disorder in which a child’s motor ...
    • Perceptions and disjunctions in urban space

      Carter, Matthew James (Auckland University of Technology, 2009)
      In this studio based visual arts project I am exploring through representational painting and compositing, perceptions, conjunctions and disjunctions in space and time in the urban environment. My approach situates the ...
    • Perceptions of a successful key account management programme: A New Zealand perspective

      Yu, Mandy Ning-Ya (Auckland University of Technology, 2004)
      Cultivating profitable, long-lasting customer-supplier partnerships is a significant task for today’s companies. These relationships bring value-adding benefits, including cost and risk reductions, and bring joint business ...
    • Perceptions of legitimacy amongst members and non-members of a federated network: a case study of the New Zealand Register of Exercise Professionals (REPs NZ)

      MacFarlane, John (Auckland University of Technology, 2011)
      Increased marketplace pressures have encouraged the strategic development of federated networks as a form of industry self-regulation. Globally, fitness industries have embraced self-regulation strategies over the last ...
    • Perceptions of organizational values in the change management process: A case study

      Charleton, Daralyn (Auckland University of Technology, 2004)
      Although a number of theorists still debate whether an organization can have values (Agle & Caldwell, 1999), there is a plethora of literature on values in most disciplines ranging from interpretation, definition, and ...
    • Perceptions of teacher bilingualism

      Martin, Derek (Auckland University of Technology, 2006)
      This study introduces themes and trends apparent from notable research and literature regarding the value and usefulness of bilingual teaching methods in the ESOL classroom, and the perceptions of ESOL managers and teachers ...
    • The Perceptions of Teachers Surrounding the Potential of iPads in Early Childhood Education (ECE)

      Almashaileh, Yasmeen (Auckland University of Technology, 2016)
      Qualitative case study is chosen as a method for this research to examine the potential of iPad use in early childhood education from the teachers' perspectives. The researcher utilized a convenience sample of four registered ...
    • Perceptions of the contribution of the workplace to the risk of type II diabetes in Kiribati

      Teikake, Tiroia (Auckland University of Technology, 2015)
      Type II diabetes is one of the major public health issues among low income countries affecting the adult population. In Kiribati there are an increasing number of diabetic cases; most of these cases have undergone surgery, ...
    • Perfect Love, Perfect Selfishness

      Manalo, Gizelle (Auckland University of Technology, 2011)
      Perfect Love, Perfect Selfishness is a short digital film that explores as its subject the enmity that can grow within a disintegrating co-dependent relationship, which is represented by gestural movements derived from ...
    • Performance analysis of high performance netball umpires for match-play and fitness demands

      Paget, Natasha (Auckland University of Technology, 2015)
      Background: Athletes strive for optimal performance in sport, and this is no different for high performance netball umpires. Performance of referees/umpires in elite sport (i.e. soccer, rugby union, rugby league, field ...