• BACIT@Six 

      Petrova, K (CITRENZ, 2008)
      No abstract
    • "Back on your feet in no time": measuring the mobility levels of older adults during acute medical hospital stay 

      Watson, Gillian Isobel (Auckland University of Technology, 2016)
      Aim The main aim of this study was to describe the mobility levels of older adults during acute medical hospitalisation at Wellington Regional Hospital, New Zealand. The secondary aims were to explore associations between ...
    • Backpackers: the next generation? 

      Markward, Anne (Auckland University of Technology, 2008)
      New Zealand has a well-established network of accommodations, transportation, and visitor activities developed specifically for backpackers. These tourists account for almost ten percent of the country’s international ...
    • Bad Faith: the road to denouement in a short film 

      Cham, Kit Ming Victor (Auckland University of Technology, 2011)
      This project is about storytelling. It explores the potential of narrative by applying Jean Paul Sartre’s notion of Bad Faith (1969) to an animated short film. The work employs a linear narrative that is played out inside ...
    • Baire spaces and the Wijsman topology 

      Cao, J; Tomita, A (AUT University, 2007)
      In 1960s, when he studied Banach space geometry, R. Wijsman considered the weak topology on the collection of nonempty closed subsets of a metric space generated by the distance functionals viewed as functions of set ...
    • Baire spaces and Vietoris hyperspaces 

      Cao, J; Garcia Ferreira, S; Gutev, V (The American Mathematical Society, 2007)
      We prove that if the Vietoris hyperspace CL(X) of all nonempty closed subsets of a space X is Baire, then all finite powers of X must be Baire spaces. In particular, there exists a metrizable Baire space whose Vietoris ...
    • Baire spaces, Tychonoff powers and the Vietoris topology 

      Cao, J; Tomita, AH (American Mathematical Society, 2007)
      In this paper, we show that if the Tychonoff power Xω of a quasiregular space X is Baire, then its Vietoris hyperspace 2X is also Baire. We also provide two examples to show (i) the converse of this result does not hold in ...
    • Bakara Kisses 

      Bimo, Norman Ario (Auckland University of Technology, 2012)
      Bakara Kisses (working title) is a fictional town in Java, Indonesia, that is the 1997 setting for a story of a ‘rite of passage’ - involving youths from three contrasting social realities - in the final year of President ...
    • Balancing recognition and disrespect: recovery as the process of identity formation: a New Zealand study of how services shape recovery from sexual abuse 

      Frerichs, Gudrun (Auckland University of Technology, 2007)
      This study explored how the recovery of victims of sexual abuse is shaped by services available. Using the philosophical underpinnings of critical theory within the framework of Honneth's recognition theory this study ...
    • Balancing the desirable with the feasible: a study of how marketing and operations need to work together to ensure that branding promises can be delivered in practice. 

      Robertson, Catherine Mary (Auckland University of Technology, 2007)
      The concept of student as customer and marrying the concept of treating the student as a customer whilst delivering tertiary education which is both effective and rigorous is an issue which is currently being strongly ...
    • Balancing work and life among students 

      Ang, Tania (Auckland University of Technology, 2008)
      The importance of work-life balance has been gaining ground in recent years to capture a wider range of groups, including students combining full-time study with part-time employment. Finding a balance can be complex and ...
    • Baling Hou: a photographic exploration of the Chinese post-80s generation in the urban cities of China 

      Liu, Diya (Auckland University of Technology, 2015)
      The aim of this practice-led research is to create a body of photographic work that explores the characteristics of the Baling Hou [八零后] and their life in urban China. Baling Hou refers to the generation born in the 1980s ...
    • Bangladesh: an umpired democracy 

      Crothers, CH; Azad, A (International Foundation for Research and Development (IFRD), 2012)
      This paper reveals that there has been a continuous political confrontation between two archrival political forces in Bangladesh since independence in 1971. In the course of the confrontation, the country has seemingly ...
    • Banking cost efficiency in China: an ownership and time series comparison 

      Sun, Maoyuan (Auckland University of Technology, 2006)
      This paper examines the ownership effect on Chinese banking cost efficiency over the period of 1998-2005. After controlling for loan quality, liquidity, capitalization and output mix, the empirical results suggest that ...
    • Banknote Recognition in Real Time Using ANN 

      Ren, Yueqiu (Auckland University of Technology, 2017)
      Financial institutions have adopted various automated banking systems using currency recognition as their main activity, which makes automated currency recognition of significant interest. However, after the review of the ...
    • Barefoot running and walking: the pros and cons based on current evidence 

      Rome, K; Hancock, D; Poratt, D (New Zealand Medical Association, 2008)
      In response to the recent debate on barefoot running and walking of children published in the New Zealand Herald1 we have put together an argument relating to the pros and cons based on current evidence. There is very ...
    • Barricades and boulevards: material transformations of Paris, 1795-1871 

      Douglas, C (Enigma, 2008)
      Large-scale urban violence is a tumultuous, messy, and distressing affair. The materials and patterns of everyday life are disrupted. Amongst death and disarray, however, it would be easy to overlook some of the important ...
    • Barriers and attractors for Māori in tertiary education 

      Hayward, Dominique (Auckland University of Technology, 2012)
      Māori are under-represented across all levels of education in New Zealand. Although this trend has improved over time, a gap remains between tertiary education and Māori participation rates. One question is whether ...
    • Barriers to Knowledge Sharing in ICT Project Environments 

      Karagoz, Yakub; Korthaus, Axel; Augar, Naomi (ACIS, 2014)
      Project management supports much of the economic activity in various industries. Across the public sector, effective management of projects transforms taxpayer funds into new schools, hospitals, roads, construction and ...
    • Barriers to strategy implementation: a case study of Air New Zealand 

      Tan, Yii T (Auckland University of Technology, 2007)
      The ability to implement strategies successfully is important to any organisation. Despite the importance of the implementation process within strategic management, this is an area of study often overshadowed by a focus ...