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  • Davy, Joanne (Victoria University of Wellington, 2009)
    Violet sat on the wall between a derelict warehouse and the beach, and lit her last cigarette of the week. The wind blowing in from Antarctica stung her cheeks and whipped her long brown hair around her face. She had a ...
  • Vagrancy 
    Curry, Gerard Paul (Victoria University of Wellington, 1971)
    This thesis was prompted by the vagrancy laws set down in ss.49-52 of the Police Offences Act 1927. Vagrancy laws are a survival of a long series of repressive statutes. History records the statutes being used to prompt ...
  • Carpenter, Garth (Victoria University of Wellington, 1991)
    What is taught students in the post-compulsory education and training sector reflects a tradition of authorised knowledge influenced by the historical development of epistemology, positivism and the empirical sciences. Now ...
  • Book, Kin Chung Matthew (Victoria University of Wellington, 2016)
    The University Entrance Exam (UEE) plays a vital role in the Chinese education system. Yet despite it being a high-stakes exam for over nine million senior high school students each year, there is little research demonstrating ...
  • Van Schalkwyk, Sybrand Abraham (Victoria University of Wellington, 2003)
    Financial services are normally excluded from the ambit of VAT. This exemption represents a deviation from the aim of VAT in general and causes distortions to arise in the economy. The difficulty lies in applying VAT to ...
  • Kwai, Karina (Victoria University of Wellington, 2004)
    The function and implementation of clinical supervision in the practice setting presents a number of challenges for new graduate programmes for registered comprehensive nurses. There have been numerous reports and papers ...
  • Pierce Martyn (Victoria University of Wellington, 1989)
    FACADE: Dictionary Definition Facade' (-sahd), n. Face of building towards street or open space; frontal or outward appearance [F (foll., -ADE')] FACADISM: Definition A term used in a derogatory sense to describe bad ...
  • Lublow, Patricia May (Victoria University of Wellington, 1957)
    In order to solve this problem in relation to recognised institutions of the Education Department I have observed two schools of the 2-5 year old group. One an organization claiming to be nothing but a "Play Centre" and ...
  • Gamby, John (Victoria University of Wellington, 1965)
    At 9th September 1964, 1518 men and women were inmates of New Zealand prisons and borstals. Of these, 563 were under 21 years old. Of 936 male adults in prison, 805 had had previous convictions. Most men in prison, then, ...
  • Zuraida (Victoria University of Wellington, 2016)
    This study investigates the value relevance of disclosure of non-financial information (NFI) worldwide, specifically, information on environmental (E), social (S) and governance (G) factors both in aggregate ESG form and ...
  • Page, Bradley (Victoria University of Wellington, 2013)
    Heritage buildings are an important element of our urban environments, representing the hope and aspirations of a generation gone, reminding us of our achievements and our identity. When heritage buildings suffer damage, ...
  • Ritchie, James E (Victoria University of Wellington, 1960)
    It is one aim of this thesis to report on some aspects of life in a modern Maori community in such a way, and using such concepts, that some understanding may be reached of how this community will react to rapid industrial ...
  • Newton, Mark Jeremy (2009)
    Greenhouse gas emissions from dairy farms present a major challenge to New Zealand, and urgent action is needed to abate them to avoid costs associated with greenhouse gas abatement. Greenhouse gas emissions from dairy ...
  • Standring, Dennis E (Victoria University of Wellington, 1976)
    Third year educational psychology students were assessed using the Defining Issues Test, (a test of moral judgment), the Rokeach Value Survey, and an occupational rating scale. As well, they were exposed to a confrontation ...
  • Barden, Monique Therese (Victoria University of Wellington, 2000)
    The purpose of this study is to examine criteria for measuring the value of information services in corporate libraries and to assess the impact these information services have on business activity and user information ...
  • Coolbear, Kay Louise (Victoria University of Wellington, 2007)
    The purpose of this research project was to determine the ways in which public libraries in New Zealand demonstrate and communicate the economic benefits that they deliver to their user groups and/or communities. To achieve ...
  • Barlow, Ian Douglas (Victoria University of Wellington, 2000)
    The management of operational sports volunteers at the New Zealand Masters Games (Wanganui) and the degree to which their recruitment and retention conforms to formally prescribed volunteer guidelines are examined in this ...
  • Gibbs, Harry Stephen (Victoria University of Wellington, 1937)
    Taranaki ironsand is a marine deposit, found for 300 miles along portion of the western coast of the North Island of New Zealand. Mineralogically this sand consists principally of magnetite and ilmenite, with some quartz ...
  • Matkin, Olivia (Victoria University of Wellington, 2015)
    Our contemporary desire towards infinite youth has created an overwhelming fear of death. The places holding reference to death are considered taboo and are typically avoided. Historically these are culturally significant ...
  • Brennan, Barry Thomas (Victoria University of Wellington, 1954)
    The vapour pressure of solid anthracene was measured by a static method between 157.3 and 206.9°C, and by a transpiration method in the vicinity of 182-184°C. Good agreement was obtained between the two methods. The vapour ...

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