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Kei roto i te whare on housing
(ST PAUL ST Gallery, AUT, 2016-03-10)
Clinical decision making among sexual abuse counsellors working with child and adult survivors of sexual abuse: A New Zealand study
(The New Zealand Psychological Society, 2013)
Providing therapy for child and adult sexual abuse survivors is a complex area of therapeutic practice. A nationwide survey was undertaken in order to investigate the decision-making processes of practitioners working with ...
A study of Rubi/Furigana functions: Spectrum between a translation type and a pragmatic type
(International Japanese Language Education, 2016-09-09)
This is part of an on-going project about the comprehensive understanding of uses of Rubi/Furigana taxonomy in the writing system of modern Japanese. Rubi/Furigana is a small typed script on the top of Chinese characters, ...
Exploring the link between more negative osmotic potential and ryegrass summer performance
(New Zealand Grassland Asscoiation, 2018)
This paper outlines recent research studying within-population variation in selected New Zealand perennial ryegrass cultivars, for traits related to tolerance of summer moisture deficit. Two clonal replicates of 220 genotypes ...
An assessment tool for seismic strengthening of heritage buildings
This research produced a multidisciplinary assessment tool to examine the effectiveness of seismic strengthening designs for heritage buildings. Fifteen one-on-one interviews of a range of experienced industry professionals ...
Ageing in place: retirement intentions of New Zealand nurses aged 50+.
(Victoria University, New Zealand, 2013-02-08)
Ageing in place: The retirement intentions of nurses in New Zealand aged 50 and above
(Victoria University Wellington, 2013-03-01)
Aims: The aim of the Late Career Nurse research project was to determine the characteristics of nurses working in New Zealand who were born before 1960; their experiences in the workplace; their perceptions of their health ...
An investigation of induction policies for university teachers: (re)valuing staff and cultural diversity
(Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia, 2018)
In an increasingly globalised, neo-liberal, Higher Education (HE) sector, emphasis has been placed on responding to the complex needs of international students, even before their enrolment. In New Zealand, this group ...