• Can resistance training improve hand and finger dexterity and quality of life in essential tremor patients?

      Sequeira, Graeme Marc (Auckland University of Technology, 2012)
      Essential tremor (ET) is a common neurological movement disorder occurring in 1 - 5% of the general New Zealand population. ET is typically characterised by a kinetic tremor with the upper limb most often affected. A number ...
    • Can spectators become co-authors in the process of a story narrative

      Enning, Tang (Auckland University of Technology, 2009)
      This project explores the areas of human perception and story narrative in moving images. Engaged by the research question, “Can spectators become co-authors in the process of a story narrative?”, the research focuses on ...
    • Can the Subaltern Speak? Re-presenting the Lost Voice of the Vedic Version

      Aycrigg, Belinda (Auckland University of Technology, 2015)
      The exegesis, Can the Subaltern Speak? Re-presenting the Lost Voice of the Vedic Version, posits that Gramsci's term subaltern applies in three ways: to myself, my work and its themes. I discuss how my 'otherness' underlies ...
    • The Caravan Trader Problem (CTP) and a Tournament-based Lamarckian Genetic Algorithm Solution

      Santoso, Gierdino Julian (Auckland University of Technology, 2019)
      This research introduces the Caravan Trading Problem (CTP) which is a routing problem with an additional economic model, and attempts to optimize two different objectives, namely profit and distance, using Genetic Algorithm ...
    • Career development among Chinese women in the banking sector in New Zealand

      Lam, Cynthia (Cynthia Po Yee) (Auckland University of Technology, 2006)
      The banking industry is highly competitive in New Zealand. As the number of Chinese-speaking immigrants has increased dramatically over the last two decades, banks have realized a demand for native Chinese-speaking staff ...
    • Career expectations and requirements of undergraduate hospitality students and the hospitality industry: an analysis of differences

      Kim, Jung Hee (Ginny) (Auckland University of Technology, 2008)
      The hospitality industry has seen rapid growth through the last three decades. The hospitality industry in New Zealand is still growing steadily. According to the Ministry of Tourism (2008, para. 3), “Visitor expenditure ...
    • Caregiving for children who have had a traumatic brain injury: structuring for security

      Jones, Margaret A (Auckland University of Technology, 2003)
      This New Zealand study used a grounded theory methodology to explore the day-to-day occupations of family caregiving for children who had sustained a traumatic brain injury. Semi-structured interviews and participant ...
    • Carl Zeus

      Youngkong, Nattapon (Auckland University of Technology, 2015)
      This project Carl Zeus (working title) investigates the German Expressionist film movement as an inspiration and a platform from which to develop a contemporary film project. The research focuses on the unique cinematographic ...
    • Carnival Land: a performance of metaphors

      Tavares, Tatiana (Auckland University of Technology, 2011)
      "Carnival Land" is a body of work formatted as a graphic novel that weaves together photomontage and storytelling. Based on my recent experiences as an immigrant to New Zealand, it provides a fictional narrative in metaphors. ...
    • A case study of a mentoring programme at Bahrain Polytechnic

      Watt, Lois Anne (Auckland University of Technology, 2012)
      This study looks at the mentoring experiences of sixteen participants actively involved in a mentoring programme at Bahrain Polytechnic, a newly established tertiary educational provider in the Kingdom of Bahrain. A mentoring ...
    • Case Study Research Exploring the Impact of Material Poverty on a Child’s Patterns of Occupation

      Leadley, Simon John (Auckland University of Technology, 2019)
      Poverty breaches tamariki/children’s rights and is socially unjust, as it has negative effects on their health and well-being that could be prevented. Growing up in poverty is associated with a sense of loss, feelings of ...
    • Casting Off

      Lees, Susanne (Auckland University of Technology, 2019)
      This thesis consists of a full-length screenplay for a feature film called Casting Off. A summary of the screenplay is as follows: For the last 25 years, Kiwi Elle has half slumbered through Asian Capitals, setting up ...
    • Catch the wahine and win: (re) addressing the Polynesian

      Christiansen, Lurlene (Auckland University of Technology, 2003)
      This exegesis investigates the historical practice of re-producing stereotypical spectacles of “Polynesian” women through the medium of photography and, compares and contrasts the continuing shaping of Pacific Island ...
    • Catch them when they fall

      Tau'au-Filisi, Helen Fa'amotu (Auckland University of Technology, 2012)
      In 1991, Ela returns to teach at Southside High school as a first year English teacher in Otara, South Auckland after a seven year absence in tertiary study. She too had been schooled in South Auckland schools in Mangere ...
    • Causal mechanisms of technological fit in a knowledge work environment

      Brown, David (Auckland University of Technology, 2016)
      This work provides an explanatory study focused on the workplace interaction that occurs among people, the tasks they perform and the suitability of the technologies they use to perform those tasks. The study is informed ...
    • Causes of truancy from mainstream education for a group of Pasifika students enrolled in alternative education

      Baleinakorodawa, Leronio (Auckland University of Technology, 2009)
      Research on the causes of truancy from mainstream education suggest that a range of factors such as poverty, ethnicity, the quality of relationship between students and teachers, and the nature of the classroom environment ...
    • Celebrity Endorsers vs. Social Influencers

      Soma, Vrinda (Auckland University of Technology, 2019)
      The purpose of this research is to measure how effective social influencers and celebrity endorsers are in persuading individuals to like, purchase and/or share information about a brand or specific product. Previous ...
    • CGNet Swara: Journalism and governance in rural India

      Inamdar, Surabhi (Auckland University of Technology, 2018)
      CGNet Swara is a voice based citizen journalism platform, created for the rural and the marginalized people of rural Chhattisgarh. This system enables the callers to record their issues of local interest, as well as listen ...
    • Challenges and barriers experienced by women sex workers to accessing HIV/AIDS services in Chandigarh, Northern India

      Sodhi, Supreetinder (Auckland University of Technology, 2013)
      Despite advances in access to HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment services in recent years, the epidemic continues to grow. To make steady gains in achieving the Millennium Development Goals of empowering women by ...
    • The Challenges and Benefits of Maintaining ECE Children's Home Languages in New Zealand

      Song, Huan Huan (Auckland University of Technology, 2020)
      With the development of globalisation in the last couple of decades, early childhood centres in Auckland have become more diverse in culture and languages, both with regard to children and their families as well as teachers. ...