• Machinations in Fleet Street: Roy Thomson, Cecil King, and the creation of a magazine monopoly

      Mowatt, S; Cox, H (University of Central Lancashire, 2013)
      Britain’s newspaper and magazine publishing business did not fare particularly well during the 1950s. With leading newspaper proprietors placing their desire for political influence above that of financial performance, and ...
    • Machine crafted: 3-dimensional machine knitted forms

      Kalyanji, Jyoti (Auckland University of Technology, 2013)
      Unrealised design capacity in computerised seamless knitting technology is highlighted in emerging research. The adoption of this technology, both in New Zealand and internationally, is largely driven by the economic gains ...
    • A Machine Learning Based Optimized Energy Dispatching Scheme for Restoring a Hybrid Microgrid

      Karim, MA; Currie, J; Lie, TT (Elsevier, 2018)
      A microgrid operated in stand alone mode is highly vulnerable to instability when the integration of intermittent energy sources are considered. If a short circuit fault occurs in a microgrid while operating at its design ...
    • Machine Learning Methods for the Study of Cybersickness: A Systematic Review

      Yang, AHX; Kasabov, N; Cakmak, YO (Springer, 2022)
      This systematic review offers a world-first critical analysis of machine learning methods and systems, along with future directions for the study of cybersickness induced by virtual reality (VR). VR is becoming increasingly ...
    • Machine/ Flow/ Territory

      Jackson, ML (Deleuze Studies Journal, 2013)
      In his lecture of 14th March 1979, within the series, The Birth of the Biopolitical, Michel Foucault discusses in some depth the American form of neo-liberalism, contrasting it with the development of neo-liberalism in ...
    • Machining cobalt-based dental alloys with tungsten carbide mills

      Takahashi, M; Pasang, T; Conor, P; Ono, H; Tanaka, K (The Society of Materials Engineering for Resources of Japan, 2014)
      Milling characteristics of dental alloys have been investigated and compared. The four differently configured tools used were made of cemented tungsten carbide. Most were uncoated but one was coated with a diamond-like ...
    • Macro-social marketing

      Kennedy, A-M (Macromarketing Society, 2015)
      The theoretical underpinnings for the concept of macro-social marketing are provided in this article. Macro-social marketing seeks to use social marketing techniques in a holistic way to effect systemic change, as opposed ...
    • Macroeconomic news announcements and price discovery: evidence from Canadian-U.S. cross-listed firms

      Frijns, BPM; Indriawan, I; Tourani-Rad, A (Elsevier, 2014)
      This study employs macroeconomic news announcements as a proxy for new information arrivals and examines their impact on price discovery. We compare the price discovery of 38 Canadian companies listed on the Toronto Stock ...
    • Macrosegregation in Dissimilar-metal Fusion Welding

      Pasang, T; Soysal, T; Kou, S; Tat, D (Elsevier, 2016)
      Solute segregation on a macroscopic scale in a weld between two dissimilar metals or alloys has long been recognized, but fundamental understanding of macrosegregation in dissimilar-metal welding is still lacking. Two ...
    • Mainstreaming video annotation software for critical video analysis

      Martin, M; Charlton, J; Connor, AM (Common Ground, 2015)
      The range of video annotation software currently available is set within commercially specialized professions, distributed via outdated sources or through online video hosting services. As video content becomes an ...
    • Maintaining New Zealand’s electrical reserve management tool

      Prince-Pike, A; Wilson, DI; Ileva, I; Li, A; Phethean, M (IEEE, 2012)
      Managing the electrical reserves in a small, geographically elongated nation like New Zealand is a challenge. The Reserve Management Tool (RMT) developed over a decade ago optimally schedules the reserve load given the ...
    • Maintaining Thermal Comfort of a Naturally Ventilated Residential House by Intelligently Actuating Windows

      Pokhrel, M; Anderson, T; Lie, T (The Association for Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia (CAADRIA), Hong Kong, 2019)
      In New Zealand’s (NZ) mild climatic conditions, most residential houses are ventilated naturally, mainly by opening windows. However, maintaining the indoor thermal comfort characteristics of a house by modulating natural ...
    • The Major Parties: National’s and Labour’s Employment Relations Policies

      Rasmussen, E; Foster, B (ER Publishing Ltd, 2017)
      This has already been an unusual election campaign with the two major parties sporting new leaders and a growing diversity in the two parties’ employment relations policies. There seems to be no major employment relations ...
    • Making a case for Pasifika principals in Aotearoa New Zealand schools: a Samoan perspective

      Galu, M (Hawaii International Conference on Education, 2014)
      Why are there so few Pasifika teachers in Principals positions in New Zealand Schools? Are Pasifika teachers actively being encouraged to aspire to leadership roles? Do those who are identified as leaders early nurtured, ...
    • Making a Punjabi Language Documentary Film in New Zealand for Punjabi and Non-Punjabi Audiences

      Brown Pulu, T; Mukhtar Janjua, A
      The second author interviewed three Punjabi Sikhs in South Auckland on camera in the Punjabi language, and two Punjabi Muslims in Lahore via an online video call where one participant responded in Punjabi and the other in ...
    • Making choices in public relations planning: are we reinforcing stereotypes?

      Theunissen, PS; Rahman (Asian Congress for Media & Communication (ACMC), 2012)
      In today’s globalised world, public relations practitioners function in multi-cultural and multi-ethnic environments, which they must navigate in the course of their profession, relying on their lifeworlds and understanding ...
    • Making it work: identifying the challenges of collaborative international research

      Goddard, JT; Cranston, N; Billot, J (University of Calgary Press, 2006)
      In this article, we explore the challenges – and benefits – of conducting collaborative research on an international scale. The authors – from Australia, Canada, and New Zealand – draw upon their experiences in designing ...
    • Making sense of ecopreneurs' decisions to sell up

      Kearins, KN; Collins, E (John Wiley & Sons, Ltd and ERP Environment, 2011)
      This article examines the phenomenon of values-based firms being sold to larger mainstream firms. Its focus is on the sensemaking rationale offered by a New Zealand ecopreneur who sold an organic beverage company after ...
    • Making Sense of Recovery After Traumatic Brain Injury Through a Peer Mentoring Intervention: A Qualitative Exploration

      Kersten, P; Cummins, C; Kayes, N; Babbage, D; Elder, H; Foster, A; Weatherall, M; Siegert, RJ; Smith, G; McPherson, K (BMJ Journals, 2018)
      Objective To explore the acceptability of peer mentoring for people with a traumatic brain injury (TBI) in New Zealand. Design This is a qualitative descriptive study exploring the experiences reported by mentees and mentors ...
    • Making the implicit explicit: pragmatics in the classroom

      Denny, H; Sachtleben, A (AUT University, 2010)
      Successful communication in a second language requires knowledge of its socio-pragmatic norms (Eslami-Rasekh, 2005), and explicit instruction can be of value to second language learners (Kasper & Roever, 2004). Various ...