• The role of leadership in the experiences of Asian international students’ hospitality studies

      Dalosa, Diosdado (Auckland University of Technology, 2014)
      This research explores the experiences of Asian International Students (AIS) who were studying professional cookery at a private training institution after reports (Tan, 2011) indicated that AIS was being described in New ...
    • The role of rotational power and mobility on throwing velocity

      Talukdar, Kaushik (Auckland University of Technology, 2014)
      The ability of players to consistently throw at high velocity with accuracy is considered to be a fundamental task influencing game outcomes in sports such as baseball and cricket. Throwing requires rotational power and ...
    • The Role of Social Media in Building Value for the Reseller in B2B Marketing

      Munif, Faaiza (Auckland University of Technology, 2018)
      Studies argue that the adoption of social media sites in business organisations in the Business-to-Business (B2B) environment is perceived as an irrelevant digital tool used by businesses. However, an enormous amount of ...
    • The role of the internet in enabling linkages between tourism and local food in Vanuatu

      Garcia Gonzalez, Marta (Auckland University of Technology, 2013)
      The Internet enables communities in developing countries to directly communicate with potential visitors at a relatively low cost. The Internet also plays a significant role in the development of a sustainable tourism ...
    • The role of women and sanitation: a case study of Northern Kenya

      Thuita, Catherine Wambui (Auckland University of Technology, 2012)
      Safe sanitation and hygiene is needed to realize the Millennium Development Goals targeting gains against diarrhoeal diseases, improving maternal health and reducing child mortality. As a result women are an important ...
    • Roles and impacts of accounting and auditing organization for Islamic financial institutions (AAOIFI) in dealing with the accounting and disclosure of Zakah and Interest (Riba)

      Ahmad Nadzri, Farah Aida (Auckland University of Technology, 2009)
      The issues of zakah and interest for IFIs have been highlighted for several years and attracted many arguments among Islamic scholars and public. The increasing public interest on the Islamic Banking since 1970s has been ...
    • Rolling back the years: a comparative analysis of anti-ageing advertisements in women’s magazines between the 1970s and 2000s

      Zelenkova, Yulia (Auckland University of Technology, 2010)
      Over the last fifty or so years, advertising has become a pervasive part of many people’s lives. To persuade their customers to buy a product or service in now overcrowded markets, advertisers discursively construct a ...
    • Rosie's Pigeons

      Azizian, Tamara (Auckland University of Technology, 2018)
      This thesis consists of a full-length screenplay for a feature film. The Thesis is framed by an Exegesis, which is a 6000 word essay on the subject of: (a) The genre of the Thesis (b) The development process from ...
    • Rotation correction for license plate recognition

      Li, Piyuan (Auckland University of Technology, 2018)
      The focus of this thesis is on reliable and robust license plate recognition (LPR). The technology is currently in operation that both the quantity and quality-based approaches are needed. The entire procedure of license ...
    • Rubber based resistance and the bench press exercise: force and power outputs

      Godfrey, Adam Ernest (Auckland University of Technology, 2011)
      The application of rubber based resistance (RBR) to traditional isoinertial resistance exercises as a method of manipulating exercise kinematics and kinetics has gained popularity within the strength and conditioning ...
    • Rules and Rebellion: an exegesis to Gauntlet Road

      Seligman, Melanie (Auckland University of Technology, 2010)
      I have taken an autoethnographic approach in my exegesis and split it into three parts. First of all, I contextualise my thesis in terms of genre and influences. My aim is to explain its conceptual framework. I give a brief ...
    • Rupturing vIrtual space

      Nathan, Ratema Rex Wayne (Auckland University of Technology, 2018)
      This document details the research and ideas which have informed the development of my art practice. My practice is concerned with the implications of persistent mediation by the ubiquitous technologies of the virtual ...
    • Rural tourism development in the eastern Hokianga area

      Eruera, Alice (Auckland University of Technology, 2008)
      Rural Tourism is increasingly being used as a development strategy to improve the social and economic well being of rural areas. Rural Tourism encompasses a huge range of activities, natural or manmade attractions, amenities ...
    • Rwandan teachers’ enacted beliefs

      Brandon, Rebekah (Auckland University of Technology, 2013)
      Pajares (1992) states that “beliefs teachers hold influence their perceptions and judgments, which, in turn, affect their behavior in the classroom” (p. 307). This thesis aims to bridge the gap that exists in the literature ...
    • Safe enough? The working experiences of New Zealand children

      Anderson, Danaё Meredith (Auckland University of Technology, 2010)
      ‘Serious work in social legislation begins always with the protection of children’ Albert Thomas, first director of the ILO (ILO, 1931: i) The experience of New Zealand children in their working lives is a traditionally ...
    • Safe practices and methods of sharps waste disposal in health facilities in the Western Highlands province of Papua New Guinea

      Kerepa, Sabina Benesa (Auckland University of Technology, 2014)
      Safe practice and use of appropriate methods for safe management and disposal of sharps waste are important infection control and prevention activities in health care facilities around the world including those in Western ...
    • Sailitofa: Samoan-born teachers’ perspectives of ICT in Aoga Amata

      Kesi, Fa'atamalii (Auckland University of Technology, 2014)
      The rapid growth of information communication technology (ICT) is evident in our society today. Few studies in early childhood education (ECE) have been accumulated to explore the relevancy in the integration of ICT in ...
    • Salt of our blood

      Elsmore-Neilson, Mary (Auckland University of Technology, 2013)
      My creative work of the heroine's journey in Salt Of Our Blood originated when I noticed the absence of independent strong matriarchal characters and realized the predominance of the stories of patriarchal male heroes such ...
    • Sam and Susana

      Heath, Tim (Auckland University of Technology, 2009)
      My novel, ‘Sam and Susana’ is set in Auckland in 1968. The story centres on the developing relationship between two students: Sam, a 21 year old from a middle class palagi family, and Susana, a Samoan girl from Otara. When ...
    • ‘Sandcastles’ & ‘The Postmodern Rules For Family Living’

      Fee, Roderick Harold (Auckland University of Technology, 2008)
      The exegesis accompanies a thesis, the latter being the portfolio of work consisting of two parts, each being a completed first draft of a novel written during the Masters of Creative Writing course: Part 1: ‘Sandcastles’ ...