27 results for Book, 2012

  • Resource kit for tikanga practices. Part 1, Te kanga o te Marae

    Williams, N. M.; Broadley, Mary-Liz (2012)

    Book
    Open Polytechnic

    Provides generic protocols for visiting a Marae beginning with prior preparations, to arrival and ending with departure.

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  • Resource kit for student teachers.

    Williams, N. M.; Broadley, Mary-Liz (2012)

    Book
    Open Polytechnic

    This resource provides examples of curriculum areas using scenarios in various classroom situations.

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  • Resource kit for graduate teachers.

    Williams, N. M.; Broadley, Mary-Liz (2012)

    Book
    Open Polytechnic

    This resource is reflective of kaupapa within curriculum areas using scenarios in various classroom situations.

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  • Staples tax guide 2012.

    Veal, J.; Turner, T.; Macalister, C. (2012)

    Book
    Open Polytechnic

    "The New Zealand guide to tax practice for the complete income tax year ending 31 March 2012"--Cover.

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  • Latitudes: Essays in New Zealand social sciences.

    Strongman, L. (2012)

    Book
    Open Polytechnic

    "The essays are inter- and multi-disciplinary, encompassing recent ideas from sociology, anthropology, identity studies, postmodern research pedagogy, ethics, law, humanities and social sciences teaching, communication studies and popular psychology"--Back cover.

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  • The intentions book.

    Fenster, G. (2012)

    Book
    Open Polytechnic

    While Morris Goldberg waits in the night for news of his daughter, Rachel, missing in the bush, he remembers his life and marriage to Sadie.

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  • Research, teaching and learning: Pedagogy and practice in the open and distance learning paradigm.

    Kobeleva, P.; Strongman, L. (2012)

    Book
    Open Polytechnic

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  • Staples tax guide 2012: Mid-year supplement.

    Veal, J.; Turner, T.; Macalister, C. (2012)

    Book
    Open Polytechnic

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  • Resource kit for tikanga practices. Part 2, Maramataka.

    Williams, N. M.; Broadley, Mary-Liz (2012)

    Book
    Open Polytechnic

    A tikanga Maori resource calendar that provides the underpinning of theoretical principles of tikanga and Monthly whakatauku (proverbs) that support the learning of the monthly kaupapa.

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  • Nga taonga whakaako: Bicultural competence in early childhood: Research report

    Williams, N. M.; Broadley, Mary-Liz; Lawson, K. (2012)

    Book
    Open Polytechnic

    This project examined how bicultural competence is applied in the education of early childhood teachers with regards to Maori pedagogies, identities, languages and cultural beliefs, and how Maori pedagogies are valued in the provision of early childhood education in Aotearoa. A Kaupapa Maori methodology was adopted, drawing upon qualitative techniques.

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  • Resource kit for lecturers.

    Williams, N. M.; Broadley, Mary-Liz (2012)

    Book
    Open Polytechnic

    Contains a series of lecturer session planners over a range of teaching areas with explanations of what each area covers.

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  • Financial accounting, A New Zealand perspective (3rd ed.).

    Smart, M.; Awan, N.; Baxter, R. (2012)

    Book
    Open Polytechnic

    "This book has been written primarily for accountancy students in their second year of study"-- p. vii.

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  • Resource kit for tikanga practices. Part 3, Nga mana whenua o Aotearoa.

    Williams, N. M.; Broadley, Mary-Liz (2012)

    Book
    Open Polytechnic

    A map of Aotearoa New Zealand showing the geographic locations of Iwi.

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  • Resource kit: Waiata booklet.

    Williams, N. M.; Broadley, Mary-Liz (2012)

    Book
    Open Polytechnic

    A range of waiata and karakia [incantations/prayers] have been selected in this resource to assist all teachers with their daily practices.

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  • International standards for anthropometric assessment.

    Marfell-Jones, M. J.; Stewart, A. D.; de Ridder, J. H. (2012)

    Book
    Open Polytechnic

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  • Archaeology of the Hohi Mission Station, Volume I: The 2012 Excavations

    Smith, Ian; Middleton, Angela; Garland, Jessie; Woods, Naomi (2012)

    Book
    University of Otago

    Peer Reviewed

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  • Refereed Proceedings of Doing Psychology: Manawatū Doctoral Research Symposium

    Rogerson, Ann; Denne, Stephanie (2012)

    Book
    Massey University

    © Copyright 2011. This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 New Zealand License. To view a copy of this license, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/nz/

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  • Health Professionals and Trust: The Cure for Healthcare Law and Policy

    Henaghan, Mark (2012)

    Book
    University of Otago

    An ever increasing number of codes of conduct, disciplinary bodies, ethics committees and bureaucratic policies now prescribe how health professionals and health researchers relate to their patients. In this book, Mark Henaghan argues that the result of this trend towards heightened regulation has been to diminish reliance upon their professional judgment, whilst simultaneously failing to trust patients to make decisions about their own care. This book examines the issue of health professionals and trust comparatively in a number of countries including the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the UK. The book draws upon historical analysis of legislation, case law, disciplinary proceedings reports, articles in medical and law journals and protocols produced by management teams in hospitals, to illustrate the ways in which there has been a discernible shift away from trust in healthcare professionals. Henaghan argues that this erosion of trust has the potential to dehumanise the unique relationship that has traditionally existed between healthcare professionals and their patients, thereby running the risk of turning healthcare into a mechanistic enterprise controlled by ‘management processes’ rather than a humanistic relationship governed by trust and judgment. This book is an invaluable resource for students and scholars of medical law and medical sociology, public policy-makers and a range of associated professionals, from health-service managers to medical science and clinical researchers.

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  • Anti-consumption and society: Proceedings of ICAR 2012 Brisbane

    Lee, Michael; Cherrier, H; Rundle-Thiele, S (2012)

    Book
    The University of Auckland Library

    Griffith Business School is committed to research that develops and promotes social, financial and environmental approaches that lead to sustainable businesses and communities. In Volume 2, Issue 3 of the Journal of Social Marketing, Gerard Hastings asks “When a supermarket chain attains such dominance that it covers every corner of a country the size of the UK, threatens farmers’ livelihoods with its procurement practices, undercuts local shops and bullies planners into submission, it becomes reasonable to ask: does every little bit really help? Once the 100 billionth burger has been flipped and yet another trouser button popped it is sensible to wonder: are we still lovin’ it? As the planet heats up in response to our ever increasing and utterly unsustainable levels of consumption, it is fair to question: are we really worth it?” (Hastings, 2012). Ongoing attention needs to be directed by the research community to understand the impact that our consumption behaviour has on ourselves, our loved ones, our society, and our planet. Research attention that challenges society to question its own practices is central in assisting us to understand how we can build sustainable communities. The International Centre for Anti-consumption Research (ICAR) 2012 symposium encourages us to question whether our aim to live independently is ideal. A child’s desire to leave home may promote economic growth, but does little to keep loved ones and communities closely connected. Sustainable business practice models are needed if we are to step away from the economic growth model that underpins business today. Sharing rather than consuming may be one mechanism that business can use to reengineer business practice. Research presented at ICAR 2012 suggests that to achieve sustainable business and communities we need to understand the opposition and resistance, including boycotts that have emerged against business. This understanding is rapidly evolving in an Internet- dominated era where social media landscapes are mushrooming. To develop a more social approach that leads to sustainable business and consumption, researchers must understand that anti-consumption is not an exact opposite of consumption. A range of behaviours and their underlying motives remain under-researched, and avenues to broaden our focus are showcased at ICAR 2012. Sustainability requires that individuals and communities engage in a diverse range of behaviours including decreasing resource use (water, energy, and materials). A practical stance is introduced at ICAR 2012 with empirical evidence highlighting how community-based social marketing is being used throughout the world to foster sustainable behaviour change.

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  • Te pūtoi ako tōtika i roto i te tikanga ā iwi (Education in the social sciences)

    Sinnema, Claire; Aitken, G (2012)

    Book
    The University of Auckland Library

    Ko tēnei pukapuka he whakahiatotanga rangahau i ngā momo ako i te tikanga ā iwi e kitea ana he papātanga whaihua i runga i ngā putanga ako huhua e koroingotia mō te ākonga: putanga ā-hinengaro, ā-pūkenga, ā-whakauru, ā-kare ā-roto hoki. He wāhi tino nui tonu kei te mātauranga tikanga ā iwi ki te whakawhanake i te tairongo tuakiri o ngā ākonga, ki te whakaawe i ngā ara e mārama ai, e uru atu ai, e whaiwāhi atu ai hoki ngā ākonga ki ō rātou hapori ā-rohe, ā-motu, me te ao whānui anō hoki. Ko ngā mātāpono pūtoi ako tōtika tekau-mā-rua kei te miramirangia e tēnei pukapuka i whakaritea i runga i ngā kitenga matua mai i ngā taunaki e pā ana ki te ako tōtika i roto i te tikanga ā iwi (tae atu hoki ki te tikanga ā iwi, te hītori, te matawhenua, te ōhanga, ngā akoranga o ngā Kariki me ngā Romana me ētahi atu kaupeka o te tikanga ā iwi). Ko ngā kitenga e whā–arā, te hāngaitanga, te hononga, te hapori me te kaingākautanga–e tautuhi ana i ētahi whakamāramatanga tauwhānui me pēhea te whakaako e tautoko ai i te whakatutukitanga a ngā ākonga i ngā putanga whai tikanga.

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