• The Red River: writing and re-living traumatic past

      Ilic, Ana (Auckland University of Technology, 2010)
      The Red River is envisaged to be a novel that explores trauma – an event so shocking that it shatters the victim and his or her world view –its impact and legacy. It unfolds the fictional lives of people living in poor, ...
    • The reliability of foot and ankle water volumetry

      Balasundaram, Jeyakhanthan (Auckland University of Technology, 2006)
      The objective of this study was to investigate the intra-rater (within day & between days) and inter-rater reliability of foot/ankle water volumetry in healthysubjects.Study design: Repeated measures design with 2 ...
    • The return of the Polynesian Phantom

      Tapuni, Nooroa (Auckland University of Technology, 2009)
      This research project, Return of the Polynesian Phantom, investigates self-portraiture through the mediums of moving image, digital modeling, object making, and installation. It seeks to consider in these media an ambiguous ...
    • The role of attributional style in a call centre environment

      Fulcher, Patricia Ann (Auckland University of Technology, 2007)
      This study explored the relationship between attributional style and the performance of front line service staff in a call centre environment. Attributional style was evaluated using a well recognised method (Seligman's ...
    • The role of biodiversity databases in coastal conservation and resource management

      Palacio, Monalisa (Auckland University of Technology, 2008)
      Marine environmental resource managers and consultants require comprehensive, accurate and current data on the status of marine biodiversity in order to fully evaluate resource consent applications that involve development, ...
    • The role of consumer knowledge in consumer evaluations of brand extension

      Ma, Yun (Auckland University of Technology, 2005)
      This study examines the effects of two types of consumer knowledge, product and brand knowledge, on consumer fit perceptions between an extension and its parent brand, so as to further investigate the role of consumer ...
    • The role of independent advocacy groups in RFID technology use: the current status of RFID technology adoption in New Zealand

      Zhang, Jiayu (Auckland University of Technology, 2008)
      Radio frequency identification, also known as RFID technology, has been commercially available since World War II. In recent years, interest has turned toward using RFID in supply chain management, such as monitoring and ...
    • The role of key stakeholders in sustainable tourism development: the case study of Nelson/Marlborough/Golden Bay in New Zealand

      Sassenberg, Ulrike (Auckland University of Technology, 2009)
      Contemporary tourism planning recognises that an integrated and sustainable development approach includes the participation of local communities and residents. Success depends on community level capacity for innovation and ...
    • The role of local food in Maldives tourism: a focus on promotion and economic development

      Amira, Fathimath (Auckland University of Technology, 2009)
      In the fiercely competitive globalized tourism industry, where there is growing concern for the development of sustainable tourism, tourism stakeholders are confronted with the challenge of creating innovative product ...
    • The role of non-indigenous benthic macrofauna in the diet of snapper (Pagrus auratus)

      Dodd, Suzannah (Auckland University of Technology, 2009)
      Snapper, Pagrus auratus is a valuable coastal fish species in New Zealand and forms an important commercial and recreational fishing industry in the north-east of New Zealand. Previous studies revealed evidence that this ...
    • The self reported psychosocial wellbeing of adolescent childhood cancer survivors in New Zealand

      Yallop, Kathy (Auckland University of Technology, 2011)
      There has been increased recognition of the psychosocial impact of a diagnosis of cancer as well as the intensive treatment necessary to effect a cure. However there is a lack of consensus across studies on the degree and ...
    • The shed project

      Grinter, Keith (Auckland University of Technology, 2009)
      This project attempts to translate my experience of the everyday street for the viewer; to reveal my experience of walking and looking through drawing. The everyday is an elusive and slippery subject that has been used for ...
    • The significance of aesthetic and heritage values in a public policy environment: Victoria Theatre case study

      Milne, Lise (Auckland University of Technology, 2011)
      This thesis explores the significance of aesthetic and heritage values through a case study; the Victoria Theatre in Devonport, Auckland, New Zealand. The research led me to question aesthetic philosophy, theory and ...
    • The smooth + the striated: the home as a locale of cyberspace

      Lee, Fang-Ching (Auckland University of Technology, 2008)
      The home is a material place of routine and isolation. Cyberspace, on the other hand, is associated with the lightness of disembodiment and engagement with others in virtual worlds. I am interested in the home as a locale ...
    • The stakeholder value and pedagogical validity of industry certification

      Hitchcock, Leo (Auckland University of Technology, 2007)
      In December 2004, at the SoDIS® (Software Development Impact Statements) symposium in Auckland, an industry certification as a method of credentialing teachers and analysis of SoDIS was mooted. SoDIS, a process of ...
    • The sublime ruin: enigmatic feminine

      Doolan, Lucas (Auckland University of Technology, 2007)
      This thesis explores through the creation of four artworks, the nature of the sublime ruin. To facilitate this it examines the disintegration of selected religious feminine metaphors. The artworks are rendered through a ...
    • The survival of things

      Coveny, Eloise Jayne (Auckland University of Technology, 2015)
      How might a sonic archiving installation practice produce conditions of history other to orthodox narratives of time? What might a Benjaminian “destructive character” today make of analogue and digital archives for producing ...
    • The swerve: the Elliot Collins handbook

      Collins, Elliot (Auckland University of Technology, 2007)
    • The transformative mirror: contemplating the self as an emergent being through active reflection

      Konings, Nick (Auckland University of Technology, 2010)
      This creative-production project is framed as an active reflection on the process of self-transformation. This process has been developed through a personal investigation into the concepts of the self as an emergent and ...
    • The trouble with being a proud Pākehā

      Marsh, Laura Catherine (Auckland University of Technology, 2010)
      My project explores concepts of pride as antithesis to cultural amnesia and erasure within the cultural landscape of Aotearoa. Extrapolating language and perceptions from historical Pākehā writings, and by divulging motifs ...