• Rising: A Feature Film

      Devenport, Isaac (Auckland University of Technology, 2022)
      This thesis consists of a full-length screenplay for a feature film. A summary of the screenplay is as follows: Rising is the story of Ezra (16), an average boy from a middle class family, sent away to St Augustine’s ...
    • Risk based assessment of IT Control Frameworks: a case study

      Al-Khazrajy, Maher (Auckland University of Technology, 2011)
      Businesses are constantly advised to implement Information Technology Governance (ITG) frameworks or adapt best practices to gain efficiency, accountability, and/or to meet regulatory compliance. However, organisations ...
    • Risk factors for overuse injury in elite adolescent ballet dancers

      Bowerman, Erin Anne (Auckland University of Technology, 2013)
      Injuries are common among young elite ballet dancers, often leading to disruptions in training and in turn the development of talent. Anecdotally, the adolescent period of growth and maturation, and poor lower extremity ...
    • Risk Prediction of Chronic Disease Using Machine Learning and Rebalancing Methods

      Li, Cheng (Auckland University of Technology, 2021)
      Chronic diseases cause damage to important organs such as the brain, heart, and liver, which can easily cause disability, affect labor ability and quality of life, and the medical expenses are extremely high, which increases ...
    • Ritual in the making: critical exploration of ritual in Te Whare Pora

      Te Ratana, Rose Rebecca (Auckland University of Technology, 2012)
      The rituals performed in Te Whare Pora (The Ancient House of the Art of Weaving), were integral to ensuring the maintenance of a specialised body of knowledge pertaining to raranga (a form of Māori Weaving). Ritual, as a ...
    • The Rock

      Blaber, Donna (Auckland University of Technology, 2016)
      The Rock is a draft of a contemporary Upper Middle Grade/Young YA children's novel, which forms the creative component required to complete a Master of Creative Writing. The accompanying exegesis, entitled Contemporary ...
    • Rock the cradle: end child abuse now

      Rees-Owen, Rose (Auckland University of Technology, 2012)
      This journalism article and exegesis seeks solutions to reduce child abuse. Early intervention and addressing the underlying causes behind child abuse and neglect (poverty, social isolation, being a young parent, drug and ...
    • The Role and Impact of Body Communication in Private Practice Physiotherapy

      Good, Clinton (Auckland University of Technology, 2020)
      Background: Body communication (traditionally known as non-verbal communication) is intrinsic to physiotherapy practice, and particularly in the private practice environment where drivers such as economics and consumerism ...
    • The Role of Coaching in Primary School Teachers’ Improved Practice

      Earl, Michael (Auckland University of Technology, 2019)
      In New Zealand schools, effective teacher practice is identified as a critical component in ensuring that students achieve their potential (Ministry of Education, 2007). An increasingly popular approach school leaders use ...
    • The role of Facebook in the image management of Vietnamese celebrities

      Phan, Tue Minh (Auckland University of Technology, 2016)
      The development of Facebook is one of the most interesting trends in the growth of Internet usage. In Vietnam, the popularity of Facebook means that it has played a significant role in human interaction and strongly ...
    • The Role of Honeybee Pollination in Native New Zealand Plants

      Giddins, Jordyn (Auckland University of Technology, 2021)
      Honeybees (Apis mellifera) fill a keystone role in the pollination of many plant species. Studies have found that honeybees visit native New Zealand plants, however, with exception to Metrosideros excelsa, little data on ...
    • The role of leadership in the experiences of Asian international students’ hospitality studies

      Dalosa, Diosdado (Auckland University of Technology, 2014)
      This research explores the experiences of Asian International Students (AIS) who were studying professional cookery at a private training institution after reports (Tan, 2011) indicated that AIS was being described in New ...
    • The Role of Organisational Change Management in Robotic Process Automation Implementation Projects

      Wallace, Erin (Auckland University of Technology, 2022)
      Robotic Process Automation (RPA) has witnessed a significant increase in popularity since 2018, with numerous medium and large enterprises adopting RPA each year. Despite the high uptake of RPA, there are many challenges ...
    • The Role of Professionality of Employee Uniform in Creating Customer Satisfaction and Loyalty in Restaurant Context

      John, Francy (Auckland University of Technology, 2021)
      As a loyal customer can be the brand ambassador of an organisation, service organisations strive to enhance customer loyalty. Customer loyalty in the hospitality context does not only depend on service quality and food ...
    • The role of rotational power and mobility on throwing velocity

      Talukdar, Kaushik (Auckland University of Technology, 2014)
      The ability of players to consistently throw at high velocity with accuracy is considered to be a fundamental task influencing game outcomes in sports such as baseball and cricket. Throwing requires rotational power and ...
    • The Role of Social Media in Building Value for the Reseller in B2B Marketing

      Munif, Faaiza (Auckland University of Technology, 2018)
      Studies argue that the adoption of social media sites in business organisations in the Business-to-Business (B2B) environment is perceived as an irrelevant digital tool used by businesses. However, an enormous amount of ...
    • The Role of Social Media in Chinese Students’ Choice of a Tertiary Education Provider in New Zealand

      Chen, Shengnan (Auckland University of Technology, 2022)
      With over 25-million subscription accounts on the platform, the official WeChat account is the home of compelling content that inspires Chinese students to study abroad. WeChat official accounts (WOAs) are widely used by ...
    • The Role of Social Media in Public Relations Practice – a New Zealand Perspective

      Martens, Stefanie (Auckland University of Technology, 2020)
      This study investigates the trends in the use of social media in the practice of New Zealand public relations and sheds light on how New Zealand public relations professionals evaluate the role of social media in their ...
    • The role of the internet in enabling linkages between tourism and local food in Vanuatu

      Garcia Gonzalez, Marta (Auckland University of Technology, 2013)
      The Internet enables communities in developing countries to directly communicate with potential visitors at a relatively low cost. The Internet also plays a significant role in the development of a sustainable tourism ...
    • The role of women and sanitation: a case study of Northern Kenya

      Thuita, Catherine Wambui (Auckland University of Technology, 2012)
      Safe sanitation and hygiene is needed to realize the Millennium Development Goals targeting gains against diarrhoeal diseases, improving maternal health and reducing child mortality. As a result women are an important ...