• The Cover of Herbs' First Pacific Reggae Album: Perusing the Paratext

      Turner, E (Art & Design, Communication Studies, and Business, Auckland University of Technology, 2019)
      The cover of Herbs' award-winning EP What's Be Happen? is dominated by an image of the final day of the Bastion Point occupation in Ōrākei, Auckland on 25 May, 1978. Released in 1981, the album has been recognised in a ...
    • Covid-19’s Impact on the Hospitality Workforce – New Crisis or Amplification of the Norm?

      Baum, T; Mooney, SKK; Robinson, RNS; Solnet, D (Emerald, 2020)
      Purpose The purpose of this paper is to highlight the immediate impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on the hospitality workforce in situ between mid-April and June 2020. Design/methodology/approach This is a viewpoint ...
    • Creating an environment for active, relational learning and teaching educational sociology in large classes

      Hogan, V; Daniell, L (Informit, 2012)
      The article offers information on a research that presents a model for effective learning and teaching at large classroom while encouraging active students' participation and deep learning in New Zealand. It is mentioned ...
    • Creating sustainable employment in hospitality?

      Harris, C; Williamson, D; Rasmussen, E; Wilkinson, H (Promaco Conventions Pty Ltd, 2008)
      Voluntary staff turnover has been a major problem in hospitality and many hospitality employers are concerned how staff retention can be improved in an industry which is characterised by narrow profit margins, fluctuating ...
    • A Critical Consideration of LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® Methodology for Tourism Studies

      Wengel, Y; McIntosh, AJ; Cockburn-Wootten, C (Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2019)
      In recent decade tourism researches turned their attention to creative qualitative methodologies to gain the deeper understandings of tourism phenomena. Despite the considerable body of research focusing on creative ...
    • Critical Event Visualities

      Pernecky, T (Thompson Rivers University, 2019)
      Visual methods provide richer and deeper understandings of events phenomena through the use of visuals. Critical event studies, similar to critical tourism studies, draw on the critical school of thought to examine a host ...
    • Critical issues in food and beverage productivity: A review

      Poulston, J; Luo, Y; Milne, S (AUT University, 2006)
    • A Critique of Rata on the Politics of Knowledge and Māori Education

      Stewart, G; Devine, N (Wilf Malcolm Institute of Educational Research, 2019)
      This article unpacks and critiques the scholarship of Elizabeth Rata on the politics of knowledge in education. Rata represents a widespread, though covert, influence within the global academy of an imperialist form of ...
    • Death by hospitality: beyond the call of duty

      Poulston, J (AUT University, 2009)
      Hospitality staff are often very dedicated to their work, protecting guests’ privacy even when circumstances are suspicious, and treating their wants and needs as paramount. In November 2008, several hotel staff were killed ...
    • Destinations: tourists’ perspectives from New Zealand

      Pearce, DG; Schänzel, HA (Elsevier, 2013)
      Although tourists are frequently cited as the central focus of much destination management activity little is known about how they regard destination management. Through a series of focus groups with guests at youth hostels ...
    • Developing a Methodology for Public Engagement With Critical Research

      Boyask, R; Vigurs, K (SAGE Publications, 2017)
      In this article we argue that a refined understanding of ‘public’ and ‘public engagement’ can help researchers who produce critical research make better decisions towards achieving policy influence. We acknowledge the ...
    • Developing an English language/literacy course for adult deaf learners: insights from the chalk-face

      Roach, K. (AUT UniversityCLESOL, 2005)
      This paper offers insights into the teaching of literacy / English language to adult learners who are severely and profoundly deaf. The paper builds on an earlier study (Denny 2002), which documents the inclusion of Deaf ...
    • Developing employment relations teaching in New Zealand

      Rasmussen, E; Lamm, F; Williamson, D (University of South Australia: Division of Arts, Education & Social Science, 2006)
      Recent changes in New Zealand’s employment relations framework has made the topic vital for many students but its multi-disciplinary foundation and its particular historical and cultural setting have proved difficult for ...
    • Developing Marine Ecotourism for a Sustainable Blue Economy: A Literature Review

      Thorburn, E; Milne, S; Deuchar, C (Sustainable Seas National Science Challenge., 2021)
      Overview Before Covid-19, tourism contributed 9.8% GDP, $40.9 billion and 14.4% national employment (StatsNZ, 2019). While Covid-19 has diminished the country’s most valuable export sector (tourism), it is also a catalyst ...
    • The Development of Steiner / Waldorf Education: Looking Through the Lens of Time

      Boland, N; Rohde, D (Research on Steiner Education (RoSE), 2022)
      Steiner Waldorf education has undergone many developments since it was first introduced in Stuttgart in 1919. Some of these have been the result of pedagogical experience, others in response to outer requirements, while ...
    • Digital identity: are students' views regarding digital representation of 'self' gendered?

      Lewis, L (ePortfolios Australia, 2013)
      Through the medium of a showcase eportfolio, the owner creates and expresses a digital ‘self’ for an external, virtual audience. As teacher education graduates realize the value of creating eportfolio views for prospective ...
    • Discourse analysis of popular song lyrics

      Turner, E (AUT University, 2011)
      This paper outlines a thesis that involves a three-tier approach to the discourse analysis of historically and culturally significant song lyrics in the New Zealand album Whats’ Be Happen? (Herbs, 1981). The study is framed ...
    • DIY (Do-It-Yourself) Electronics, Coin-operated Relic Boxes and Techno-animist Shrines

      Snake-Beings, E (The MIT Press, 2021)
      The author uses creative practice and DIY electronics as the vehicle for a practice-led inquiry into the similarities between techno-animism and material agency. Combining technology with aspects of magic and religion, ...
    • DiY (Do-it-Yourself) pedagogy: A future-less orientation to education

      Gibbons, A; Snake-Beings, E (Taylor & Francis Group, 2018)
      A future-less orientation, as defined in this article, explores approaches to education within the context of precarious, shifting, labour markets and the uncertain future of employment trends. A future-less orientation ...
    • Domestic tourism in New Zealand: the Kiwi family holiday

      Schänzel, H (Association of Pacific Studies, 2010)
      In New Zealand, 56 % of all tourism earnings come from domestic tourism (Ministry of Tourism, 2009), yet the attention by the government is primarily directed towards international tourism. In fact, Interactive Travellers, ...