68 results for Book, 2007

  • Informing New Zealand: Libraries, archives and records = Hei puna whakamohio mo Aotearoa: Whare pukapuka, puranga korero, whare taonga.

    (2007)

    Book
    Open Polytechnic

    Informing New Zealand brings together accounts of the background and current work of the diverse range of orgaisatiions that form the core of information management in New Zealand.

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  • Astronomy Aotearoa : NCEA level 1.

    Shaw, R. (2007)

    Book
    Open Polytechnic

    Astronomy Aotearoa is the base resource and student guide for NCEA astronomy. It introduces key topice and motivates students. The books will also attract anyone with an interest in science and New Zealand endeavour.

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  • Accounting practices: The New Zealand context.

    McIntosh, R. (2007)

    Book
    Open Polytechnic

    Written for students studying for the New Zealand Diploma of Business paper, Accounting Practices 501.

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  • Principles of accounting.

    Smart, M.; Awan, N.; Bourke, D. (2007)

    Book
    Open Polytechnic

    Principles of Accounting introduces students to the general principles and concepts of accounting, including budgeting and analysis and interpretation of financial reports. It has been written for first-year accountancy students studying for the New Zealand Diploma in Business, and this third edition has been updated and reorganised to closely follow the prescription for 400 Accounting Principles. It also meets the introductory accounting requirements for the New Zealand Institute of Management Diploma in Management and Advanced Diploma in Management, and the Australasian Institute of Banking and Finance Diploma.

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  • Professional accounting practices

    McIntosh, R. (2007)

    Book
    Open Polytechnic

    Details how to produce statements, journals and ledgers, calculate GST, inventory levels and depreciation.

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  • Being sociological

    Curtis, B; Carter, I; Matthewman, Steven; Manicas, PT; Bedggood, D; West-Newman, CL; Vodanovich, I; Sullivan, M; McIntosh, T; Shaw, R (2007-05-29)

    Book
    The University of Auckland Library

    Being Sociological is a concise and original thematic introduction to sociology that will help lecturers inspire their students and act as a springboard into the wider literature.

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  • Expanding Oral Language in the Classroom

    van Hees, Jennie Adriana (2007-04)

    Book
    The University of Auckland Library

    This book is about why and how teachers can realistically create and construct conditions that provide opportunities for each student's oral language development. A pilot research study underpinned the book contents, also drawing on a comprehensive literature review and the writer's own classroom-based practice and expertise. Within a research framework, it is a practical journey towards optimised language engagement and contribution by each member of the classroom community The book has become core reading for New Zealand teachers in oral language pedagogy and has served to foreground educational attention to expanding oral language in the classroom, To date, 861 copies have been sold, 72 internationally. There have been four reprints. To the author’s knowledge through personal communication with lecturers, it is a text used as part of two post graduate papers internationally: Education Research Institute, Melbourne University (Dr Janet Scull) and Monterey Institute of International Studies, Canada (Professor Leo van Lier).

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  • Penina uliuli: Contemporary challenges in mental health for Pacific peoples

    (2007)

    Book
    The University of Auckland Library

    Issues related to mental health among Pacific peoples are examined, including identity, spirituality, the unconscious, trauma and healing. Contributors include mental health professionals, graduate students and academics.

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  • Being Sociological

    Matthewman, S; West-Newman, CL; Curtis, Bruce (2007)

    Book
    The University of Auckland Library

    This original, thematic introduction to sociology encourages students to look afresh at a world they think they know. Taking 20 different ways of existing and acting in the world, such as 'believing' or 'educating', it covers all the key areas of first year study and equips readers with the skills to think sociologically.

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  • Teacher professional learning and development: Best evidence synthesis iteration

    Timperley, H; Wilson, A; Barrar, H; Fung, I (2007)

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    The University of Auckland Library

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  • Criminal Justice in New Zealand

    Tolmie, Julia; Brookbanks, WJ; Quince, K; Hogg, R; Brown, D; Young, W; Trendle, N; Optican, S; Sankoff, P; Woodward, K; Hall, G; Lynch, N; Ip, J (2007)

    Book
    The University of Auckland Library

    Criminal Justice in New Zealand is the first comprehensive account of the New Zealand approach to criminal justice issues to be published in this country, and it discusses the complex range of interconnected procedures involved in the system. New Zealand readers will enjoy the access to analysis and insight into the justice outcomes, procedures and how the interweavings affect different constituents. Tolmie and Brookbanks have created an excellent resource, which will become required reading for law students, policy analysts, sociologists, Judges and police.

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  • Criminal Justice in New Zealand

    Tolmie, Julia; Brookbanks, Warren (2007-11)

    Book
    The University of Auckland Library

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  • Young Rebels in Contemporary Chinese Cinema

    Zhou, Xuelin (2007)

    Book
    The University of Auckland Library

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  • Speaking Truth to Power: Public Intellectuals Rethink New Zealand

    (2007)

    Book
    The University of Auckland Library

    Speaking Truth to Power was the first book to extensively explore the role of the public intellectual in New Zealand society. It centred on the work of 11 interviews with leading intellectuals including Jane Kelsey, Brian Easton, Nicky Hager, James Belich, Lloyd Geering, Marilyn Waring, the late Michael King, Sandra Coney and Ranginui Walker.

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  • Carbon neutral by 2020: How New Zealanders can tackle climate change

    Harré, Niki; Atkinson, Q (2007-01)

    Book
    The University of Auckland Library

    This book offers a positive response by presenting solutions from a range of New Zealand experts, all of whom show how we can rethink our current practices, mobilise people and put in place new ways of doing things that will help create a ...

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  • Jade Taniwha: Māori-Chinese Identity and Schooling. Auckland: Rautaki.

    Lee, Jennifer (2007)

    Book
    The University of Auckland Library

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  • The educational potential of e-portfolios: supporting personal development and reflective learning

    Stefani, Lorraine; Mason, R; Pegler, C (2007-06-18)

    Book
    The University of Auckland Library

    E-portfolios are a valuable learning and assessment tool.

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  • Understanding utilitarianism

    Mulgan, Timothy (2007-07-25)

    Book
    The University of Auckland Library

    Beyond ethics or morality, utilitarian assumptions and arguments abound in modern economic and political life, especially in public policy. Understanding Utilitarianism presents utilitarianism as a living tradition.

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  • Cyber Warfare and Cyber Terrorism

    Janczewski, LJ; Colarik, AM (2007)

    Book
    The University of Auckland Library

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  • In Transit: Questions of Home and Belonging in New Zealand Art

    Bell, Leonard (2007)

    Book
    The University of Auckland Library

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