83 results for Book, 2010

  • Principles of accounting.

    Smart, M.; Awan, N.; Baxter, R. (2010)

    Book
    Open Polytechnic

    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 closely follows 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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  • Star Boating Club: A Wellington story

    Lentle-Keenan, S. (2010)

    Book
    Open Polytechnic

    Wellington, New Zealand

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  • Staples tax guide - Mid-year supplement.

    Veal, J.; Turner, T.; Macalister, C. (2010)

    Book
    Open Polytechnic

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  • Accounting practices: the New Zealand context.

    McIntosh, R. (2010)

    Book
    Open Polytechnic

    Written specifically for students taking the New Zealand Diploma of Business paper 501 Accounting Practices.

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  • The handbook of public relations.

    Skinner, C.; von Essen, L.; Mersham, G. M.; Motau, S. (2010)

    Book
    Open Polytechnic

    Uniquely South African in its context and content but is an up-to-date core text for PR students and practitioners with updated case studies and content.A leading text in the field of Public Relations.

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  • Staples tax guide

    Veal, J.; Turner, T.; Macalister, C. (2010)

    Book
    Open Polytechnic

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  • The humanities: Essays from an antipodean perspective.

    Strongman, L. (2010)

    Book
    Open Polytechnic

    Written from a Antipodean perspective, twelve lively and analytical essays explore: Concepts in contemporary humanities theory and the transitions from print-based to digital mediums, the influence of the renaissance on technological culture, anthropological issues in the Pacific, and New Zealand and post-colonial readings of literary, religious and historical tradition and dissent. Coalescing around central themes, the book examines the contemporary relevance of the humanities and argues for the advantages of inter-disciplinary approaches in the increasingly specialised world of today. The book is written for teachers and students of the humanities as well as a general academic audience.

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  • Proceedings of the 11th International Society for the Advancement of Kinanthropometry conference, Estoril, Portugal.

    (2010)

    Book
    Open Polytechnic

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  • St Matthias Group

    Nevermann, Hans (2010)

    Book
    University of Otago

    Translated by John Dennison

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  • China on Video: Smaller Screen Realities

    Voci, Paola (2010)

    Book
    University of Otago

    China On Video is the first in-depth study that examines smaller-screen realities and the important role they play not only in the fast-changing Chinese mediascape, but also more broadly in the practice of experimental and non-mainstream cinema. At the crossroads of several disciplines—film, media, new media, media anthropology, visual arts, contemporary China area studies, and cultural studies--this book reveals the existence of a creative, humorous, but also socially and politically critical "China on video", which locates itself outside of the intellectual discourse surrounding both auteur cinema and digital art.

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  • Mary McIntyre, painter

    Woodward, Robin (2010)

    Book
    The University of Auckland Library

    Bookended by tributes to the artist by Hamish Keith and TJ McNamara, my text on Mary McIntyre’s painting is the first comprehensive account of her work. An artist whose oeuvre spans seven decades and who has been painting since the 1950s, McIntyre is a painter who has been sorely neglected in the history of New Zealand art. Her work documents her life – her marital, social and psychological states. Parallel to such narrative works and images of friends and family, McIntyre paints portraits – her work is a visual record of the arts scene in New Zealand during the latter part of the twentieth century. The invitation to document and analyse Mary McIntyre’s place in the history of New Zealand art resulted from a paper I delivered at the Forgotten Peoples Missing Dimensions conference at Waikato University in 1999. Prior to that paper, no more than xxxx articles on McIntyre’s work had been published or presented. Thus my book is entirely the product of primary research – all the material was gleaned from interviews with McIntyre, her family, friends and acquaintances, from which I pieced together this chronological survey of her work. To supplement my art historical analysis I collated a section of Collectors’ Comments to allow for a range of personal perspectives and responses to McIntyre’s works. For this, I personally approached people who had collected McIntyre’s work at various stages of her career, especially in the early years, inviting them to provide a written comment teat outlined their personal response to the artist’s work. I was the sole researcher and writer of this book and I was also involved in all aspects of its production. I sourced the images that accompany the text, organised copyright and arranged the photography of the paintings. The layout of the book is my concept and I worked alongside the designer on the arrangement of the text and the xxx images. The publication of the book led to several collectors and earlier acquaintances of McIntyre’s contacting me – so the research continued. A spin off was the mounting of an exhibition of McIntyre’s work at the Auckland City/ Wallace Arts Trust gallery at the Pah Homestead, Auckland I in xxxx. I provided the wall texts for this exhibition and continue to write on her new work that shows at her Auckland gallery, Whitespace.

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  • Evolution, literature, and film: A reader

    Boyd, Brian (2010)

    Book
    The University of Auckland Library

    Proposed first volume of “classic” essays in the emerging field of evolutionary approaches to literature and art, selected co-editors (Joseph Carroll and Jonathan Gottschall), selected and edited texts, co-wrote introduction, contributed two of own essays, compiled index. Helped select background essays from biologists (Darwin, Dawkins, E.O. Wilson, etc.), psychologists (Pinker, Buss), anthropologists, evolutionary theorists of art. Selected all film material, and edited two most demanding literary contributions for length and style. Major intervention in direction of literary studies, from major university press. Already used as course textbook, and cited heavily in research (up to 20 separate articles cited in a single recent MA thesis). From reviews: “first-rate” (Choice); “goes beyond what one might hope for. . . . as Boyd points out . . . what Brian Boyd deems a multilevel approach which he similarly exhibits in his chapter on Art Spiegelman and an experimental visual work, a graphic exquisite corpse in which Spiegelman participated along with 68 other comic artists. Here and elsewhere, the editors are to be commended for prominently displaying the limit cases, the “exception[s] that prove the rule,” instead of merely plucking the low-hanging fruit of stories in which characters act transparently and facilely in line with evolutionary expectations. . . . a galvanizing set of blueprints. . . . the state-of-the-art in a nascent field.” Tim Horvath, Evolution and Human Behavior 32 (2011).

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  • Reactive architecture; Smart buildings respond to the environment

    Rieger, UH (2010-01)

    Book
    The University of Auckland Library

    Reactive Architecture-Smart Buildings respond to the environment is a catalogue accompanying the reactive Architecture Exhibition at Te Papa, Tongarewa, Wellington from 19.11.09-10.4.10

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  • Representations of Women in Japanese Television News in the Late 20th Century - Advances and Resistance

    Shimoda, Tomoko (2010)

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    The University of Auckland Library

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  • Management for the New Zealand Construction Industry

    Wilinson, Suzanne; Suzanne, Wilkinson Ph D; Scofield, Rosemary (2010-02-28)

    Book
    The University of Auckland Library

    The second edition of Management for the New Zealand Construction Industry provides a systematic and comprehensive overview of the basics of management for students in construction and construction-related disciplines.

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  • Xenophon

    GRAY, VJ (2010)

    Book
    The University of Auckland Library

    Collection of previously published essays with editor's introduction and bibliography and index. Prestigious invitation to edit volume on Xenophon.

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  • Mediation in the Construction Industry: An International Review

    Brooker, Penny; Wilkinson, Suzanne (2010)

    Book
    The University of Auckland Library

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  • The Life and Afterlife of Isabeau of Bavaria

    Adams, Tracy (2010-09-02)

    Book
    The University of Auckland Library

    Asserting that there is no historical support for this posthumous reputation, Tracy Adams returns Isabeau to her rightful place in history.

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  • Ko e Tala 'Uhinga 'o e Lea Faka-Tonga: Monolingual Tongan dictionary

    Taumoefolau, Melenaite; Vete, V; Fifita, P; Tū'utafaiva, SN; Lolohea, S; Taumoefolau, K (2010)

    Book
    The University of Auckland Library

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  • Geographic Information Analysis

    O'Sullivan, David; Unwin, David (2010)

    Book
    The University of Auckland Library

    Still focusing on the universal aspects of this science, this revised edition includesnew coverage on geovisualization and mapping as well as recent ...

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