• E Agatonu a Manu'a o Fesili: Investigating the Attitudes of an Auckland Samoan Population Toward the New Zealand Criminal Justice System 

    Tunufa'i, Laumuaotumua (Auckland University of Technology, 2013)
    The purpose of this study was to investigate the attitudes of Samoans to the New Zealand criminal justice system. This also involved exploring Samoan people’s process of knowledge production and how this shapes their ...
  • E Tu Ake - standing strong 

    Robertson, N (AUT University, 2011)
    This exhibition was shown at Te Papa from 9 April to 26 June 2011. It will be on display at musée du quai Branly in Paris, France, from 4 October 2011 to 22 January 2012. Visit the quai Branly website Tino rangatiratanga ...
  • E-business strategy and application in supply chain management by New Zealand SME wholesalers 

    Yuen, Michelle Wun Cheng (Auckland University of Technology, 2010)
    The aim of the research was to investigate the practice of e-business strategic planning and application amongst small to medium sized enterprises (SME) wholesalers for supply chain management (SCM). The extent to which ...
  • E-government sophistication: a cross-sectional study of technological, economic and institutional factors 

    Baez Vega, Angel A. (Auckland University of Technology, 2014)
    In view of the uneven development of e-government around the world, it is not unimagined that governments and scholars have started to question what influences its sophistication. The term sophistication captures the degree ...
  • E-learning in the KSA: a taxonomy of learning methods in Saudi Arabia 

    Alharbi, Ali (Auckland University of Technology, 2013)
    The advent and rapid advancement of the internet and the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) infrastructure as a whole has greatly revolutionised the world. The presence of this advanced technology has facilitated ...
  • E-learning or e-lemmings? Who pipes the tune? 

    Clear, Tony (CSS Journal, 2002)
    This paper urges a rather more critical view of e-learning than that taken to date. It is argued that strong forces are converging to redefine education as a commercial rather than public activity, of which e-learning is ...
  • E-MAC: an evolutionary solution for collision avoidance in wireless ad hoc networks 

    Zhao, H; Wei, J; Sarkar, NI; Huang, S (Elsevier, 2016)
    Transmission collision is a main cause of throughput degradation and non-deterministic latency in wireless networks. Existing collision-avoidance mechanisms for distributed wireless networks are mostly based on the random ...
  • E-mail forensics: tracing and mapping digital evidence from IP address 

    Ho, Wan Chung Cary (Auckland University of Technology, 2010)
    The purpose of the thesis is to search for a suitable traceback method for use in email forensics when the source IP address is spoofed. To provide a simple and fast traceback method in email forensics, the hop count ...
  • Early experiences in measuring multimedia systems development effort 

    Fletcher, T; MacDonell, SG; Wong, WBL (Springer-Verlag, 1997)
    The development of multimedia information systems must be managed and controlled just as it is for other generic system types. This paper proposes an approach for assessing multimedia component and system characteristics ...
  • Early signs of language shifting among recent Chinese immigrants in New Zealand 

    Yu, S (AUT University, 2008)
    Recently, learning Chinese as foreign language (CFL) is becoming more and more popular around the world. However, promoting Mandarin among tens of millions of overseas Chinese has not been given enough attention. Research ...
  • Early warning signs in Software Projects 

    Kothari, Mihir (Auckland University of Technology, 2010)
    The software industry has been plagued by the staggering failure rate of projects, which have resulted in the loss of billions of dollars. The well known Chaos Report by the Standish Group declared that software projects ...
  • Earnings Management, Annual Report and Accounting Comparability 

    Su, R; Yang, Z; Zhou, S; Li, Y (Canadian Center of Science and Education, 2016)
    Using the Chinese A-share listed firms over the period from 2005 to 2012, this paper examines the relationships between earnings management, annual report patch and accounting comparability. The empirical results indicate ...
  • Ecce Wahine: Towards a Māori Translation of Western Text 

    McNamara, Moata (Auckland University of Technology, 2014)
    Taking its lead from pūkenga Ngāpuhi Māori Marsden’s (Māori Marsden, 2003) writings relating to Papatūānuku (Motherearth) and Ngā Tawhito (the ancient ones), this thesis seeks a reading of two Western texts that retains ...
  • Eccentric exercise as a training modality: a brief review 

    Bridgeman, L; Gill, N; McGuigan, M (Australian Strength and Conditioning Association, 2015)
    An eccentric muscle action involves the lengthening of a muscle due to an external load and occurs as a result of the mechanical disruption of action and myosin. The mechanical nature of the actin and myosin disruption ...
  • Echo 

    Jackson, M (Colab, 2008)
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  • The eco-friendly therapist: an interpretative literature review of obstacles and solutions to practicing ecotherapy 

    Clare, Selina (Auckland University of Technology, 2014)
    This dissertation uses the science and creativity of hermeneutic (interpretive) research to explore ecotherapy, a therapeutic modality that aims to heal the human-nature relationship through facilitating the healing of ...
  • Ecological modelling with self-organising maps 

    Shanmuganathan, S; Sallis, P; Buckeridge, J (Modelling & Simulation Society of Australia & New Zealand Inc., 2003)
    Old and new ecological models can be classified into two basic categories: Those aimed at (i) gaining more insight into ecological systems and (ii) producing predictive models of ecosystem behaviour. Many of the models ...
  • Ecology and ontogeny of the cranchiid squid Teuthowenia pellucida in New Zealand waters 

    Evans, Aaron Boyd (Auckland University of Technology, 2013)
    Teuthowenia pellucida, a species of glass squid, is a cosmopolitan southern sub-tropical species, and is abundantly represented in local New Zealand collections. However, due to the depth at which adult specimens live, ...
  • Economic consequences of international cross-listing and multimarket trading 

    Dodd, O; Dodd, O (Financial Managemement Association (FMA), 2011)
    This study examines the impact of cross-listing and multimarket trading on the stock’s information environment. Cross-listing is associated with additional mandatory disclosure requirements and, thus, is expected to reduce ...
  • Ecosophies: Field/Mesh/Transversality 

    Stay, Hana (Auckland University of Technology, 2017)
    Ecosophies: Field/Mesh/Transversality is a practice-led design research project undertaken for a Master of Art & Design in the field of Spatial Design. The project explores the ontology of ecology through philosophical ...