• (Re)locating New Zealand School Principals as Leaders in School Networks: Leadership in Communities of Learning

      Dibben, Michelle (Auckland University of Technology, 2019)
      Since 2014, Ministry of Education (MoE) policy in New Zealand has encouraged schools to work collaboratively together in formalised networks known as Communities of Learning (CoLs). The Investing in Educational Success ...
    • Re-conceptualising ornamentation within a fine art painting practice

      Sutcliffe, Pearl (Auckland University of Technology, 2004)
      This thesis project explores the artistic potential for ornamentation by re-conceptualising and re contextualising it through a fine art painting practice. It seeks to place ornamentation as a valid, viable and contemporary ...
    • Re-earth

      du Mee, Eileen (Auckland University of Technology, 2011)
      This work includes an exegesis and a draft thesis entitled Re-Earth. In the exegesis, the method section highlights the research and writing process undertaken by the author for the development and completion of the thesis. ...
    • Re-fabricate: evolving design through user interaction

      Laraman, Debra (Auckland University of Technology, 2009)
      This research project focussed on discarded clothing and textiles, as signifiers for the lowest exchange value in the fashion system, and sought methods to add value by up-cycling1 into one of a kind fashion garments. ...
    • Re-negotiating the Boundaries: a Grounded Theory Study

      Glasgow, Kirstin (Auckland University of Technology, 2019)
      Physiotherapy’s historical adoption of the biomechanical approach which views the body-as-machine, has played an important part in defining its professional role, identity and status. But the physiotherapy profession is ...
    • Re-thinking Cardiac Rehabilitation: A Foucauldian Discourse Analysis

      Satija, Kritika (Auckland University of Technology, 2020)
      Cardiac rehabilitation (CR) is a multi-disciplinary programme offered to patients who have had a cardiac event. In New Zealand, CR programmes are funded by the district health boards and are supported by primary healthcare ...
    • Reactive milling of organic compounds

      Li, Ying Yu (Auckland University of Technology, 2006)
      Persistent organic pollutants are a well-known threat to the environment. Substances such as polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and chlorinated organic compounds in contaminated soil and groundwater can have severe and ...
    • The Readability of Australian Superannuation Disclosures

      Song, Nianqi (Auckland University of Technology, 2021)
      Australian superannuation funds are required to produce annual reports providing key information to investors as part of a regime of ongoing disclosure. Each year, the annual report provides context around the financial ...
    • A Real Alternative? – How Alternative News Media Coverage Compares to the Mainstream in New Zealand

      Acton, Jay (Auckland University of Technology, 2019)
      The public receives most of its information about important national and international events through the news media. Since the advent of the internet, mainstream news media has experienced a decline in its audience as the ...
    • The Real Story

      Fleming, Maxine (Auckland University of Technology, 2014)
      The Real Story, set in contemporary Auckland, is told from three third-person perspectives, framing the lives of three generations of women. The central catalysing event is the death of the son-in-law, husband, father ...
    • Real-time detection of P300 brain events: brain-computer interfaces for EEG-based communication aids

      Alkhater, Rehab (Auckland University of Technology, 2012)
      This thesis aims to design a real-time EEG-based communication aid using brain-computer interface (BCI) technologies. The study evaluates the feasibility of using the Emotive headset as an affordable EEG input system that ...
    • Real-time Face Detection and Recognition Based on Deep Learning

      Wang, Hui (Auckland University of Technology, 2018)
      Face recognition is one of the most important applications in video surveillance and computer vision. However, the conventional algorithms of face recognition are susceptible to multiple conditions, such as lighting, ...
    • Realistic and hopeful: Baptist and Presbyterian experience of clergy review in New Zealand

      Coleman, Vivian Fay (Auckland University of Technology, 2015)
      This qualitative research study utilises Grounded Theory Methodology to explore the “salient features of clergy review” in NZ Baptist and Presbyterian denominations, by contrasting Human Resource Management practices in ...
    • Rebuilding lives after intimate partner violence in Aotearoa: women’s experiences ten or more years after leaving

      Lewis, Rosalind (Auckland University of Technology, 2006)
      My research focused on five women in Aotearoa naming and defining their experiences ten or more years after leaving an intimate partner violence relationship. An increasing amount of literature has been published reporting ...
    • Recollections of Jeju Island: Remembering Through Touch

      Moon, Sunhee (Auckland University of Technology, 2021)
      Reminiscing, recalling precious memories of home and family has become a daily routine since the pandemic took hold, and I could no longer travel to Korea to see my family. I have sought to keep these memories alive through ...
    • Reconfiguring dwelling: A spatial explorations of surface and surface depth projection as a viewing chamber

      McGrath, Mitchell (Auckland University of Technology, 2018)
      The viewing chambers enact a series of scenic reversals that reconfigure relations between background and foreground and orient the viewer differently to the sites. The intimate assembly of the viewing chambers brings the ...
    • Recruit, Reward, Retain: the new 3Rs of New Zealand education

      Arnold, Craig Michael (Auckland University of Technology, 2014)
      Teacher quality is claimed to have the greatest in-school effect on student achievement. This claim has caught the attention of politicians and policy-makers. Accordingly, the recruitment, retention and reward of effective ...
    • Redrawing Lines in the Sand? An Examination of Discrimination Patterns Within New Zealand

      Yeung, Stanley (Auckland University of Technology, 2017)
      This research examined discrimination in New Zealand by uncovering the relationship between discrimination, the student’s experiences and their perceptions of New Zealand. Research into discrimination is important, especially ...
    • ReDress - ReFashion as a solution for clothing (un) sustainability

      Fraser, Kim (Auckland University of Technology, 2009)
      The primary aim of this practice based project is to promote debate and alter perceptions of second-hand materials and ReFashion concepts. The work is positioned between the developed world business model extremes of ...
    • Reduction of risk for lifestyle diseases: group diet and physical activity intervention in the workplace

      Cumin, Michelle Brenda (Auckland University of Technology, 2004)
      Cardiovascular disease is a major cause of death in most Westernised countries. The prevalence of obesity, type 2 diabetes mellitus and cancers is rapidly increasing. Older people with elevated blood lipids, obesity and ...