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  • Review: Salon

    Houlahan, Mark (2010)
    Salon was a welcome local attempt at exploiting the theatre potential of non-traditional theatre spaces. A salon is a great choice: so much potential for narcissism and display. The hot lights, the big mirrors. Everything ...
  • Review: Steal Away Boy: Selected poems of David Mitchell

    Locke, Terry (2010)
    In 1985, out of a job and mouths to feed I was offered a reprieve by Jim Tully, then an editor at the Auckland Star, who suggested that I might work as a proof-reader at the newspaper. David Mitchell was one of my workmates. ...
  • Review: Tempo Festival Dane

    Cheesman, Sue (2009)
    Tempo Festival of Dance this year featured many shorter works in shared programme formats. The venue, TAPAC, acted as an ambient hub for this festival.
  • Review: The Collection

    Cheesman, Sue (2006)
    Review of the dance performance, The Collection
  • Review: The denaturation and degradation of stable enzymes at high temperatures

    Daniel, Roy M.; Dines, Mark; Petach, Helen H. (1996)
    Now that enzymes are available that are stable above 100 °C it is possible to investigate conformational stability at this temperature, and also the effect of high-temperature degradative reactions in functioning enzymes ...
  • Review: The effect of temperature on enzyme activity: new insights and their implications

    Daniel, Roy M.; Danson, Michael J.; Eisenthal, Robert; Lee, Charles Kai-Wu; Peterson, Michelle E. (2007)
    The two established thermal properties of enzymes are their activation energy and their thermal stability. Arising from careful measurements of the thermal behaviour of enzymes, a new model, the Equilibrium Model, has been ...
  • Review: The Intricate Art of Actually Caring

    Houlahan, Mark (2010)
    It was a cold and rainy week. Two boys from Wellington bought their stylish road play to Hamilton. Meanwhile, back in Wellington, Ian McKellen bought his own fame back to Wellywood to stage Waiting for Godot, the biggest ...
  • Review: The musical representation: meaning, ontology, and emotion

    Whalley, Ian (2009)
    Review of the book: Charles O. Nussbaum: The Musical Representation: Meaning, Ontology, and Emotion.
  • Review: The nature of wishing

    Cheesman, Sue (2006)
    Review of the dance: The Nature of Wishing.
  • Reviewing the changing face of financial reporting: The case of a public benefit entity

    Samkin, Grant; Schneider, Annika Barbara Sabine (Waikato Management School, 2007-05)
    Purpose: This paper takes an exploratory approach to investigating the relationship between accountability stakeholder and legitimacy theory in public benefit entity. It explains that while the accountability relationship ...
  • Reviewing the field of technology education in New Zealand

    Jones, Alister; Compton, Vicki (Sense Publishers, 2009)
    In this chapter we discuss the development of technology as a field of study within compulsory education in New Zealand. We argue that technology education has found a place in the national curriculum, research, and teacher ...
  • Reviewing the understanding of the effects of spacing on children’s eye movements for on-screen reading

    Vanderschantz, Nicholas (Department of Computer Science, University of Waikato, 2008-04)
    This paper endeavors to consolidate current knowledge and empirical research concerning the use of typography for children’s on-screen reading. This paper is not intended as a full literature review but attempts to raise ...
  • Reviews of teacher education in New Zealand 1950–1998: Continuity, contexts and change

    Alcorn, Noeline (Wilf Malcolm Institute of Educational Research, UoW, Hamilton, New Zealand, 2015)
    After a period of 40 years of relative political and professional consensus, teacher education in New Zealand since 1990 has undergone considerable change. This has taken place in a policy environment where the rhetoric ...
  • A revised age for the Kawakawa/Oruanui tephra, a key marker for the Last Glacial Maximum in New Zealand

    Vandergoes, Marcus J.; Hogg, Alan G.; Lowe, David J.; Newnham, Rewi M.; Denton, George H.; Southon, John R.; Barrell, David J.A.; Wilson, Colin J.N.; McGlone, Matt S.; Allan, Aidan S.R.; Almond, Peter C.; Petchey, Fiona; Dabell, Kathleen; Dieffenbacher-Krall, Ann C.; Blaauw, Maarten (Elsevier, 2013)
    The Kawakawa/Oruanui tephra (KOT) is a key chronostratigraphic marker in terrestrial and marine deposits of the New Zealand (NZ) sector of the southwest Pacific. Erupted early during the Last Glacial Maximum (LGM), the ...
  • Revised calendar date for the Taupo eruption derived by ¹⁴C wiggle-matching using a New Zealand kauri ¹⁴C calibration data set

    Hogg, Alan G.; Lowe, David J.; Palmer, Jonathan G.; Boswijk, Gretel; Ramsey, Christopher Bronk (Sage, 2011)
    Taupo volcano in central North Island, New Zealand, is the most frequently active and productive rhyolite volcano on Earth. Its latest explosive activity about 1800 years ago generated the spectacular Taupo eruption, the ...
  • Revising Z: part I - logic and semantics

    Henson, Martin C.; Reeves, Steve (1999-12-01)
    This is the first of two related papers. We introduce a simple specification logic ZC comprising a logic and a semantics (in ZF set theory) within which the logic is sound. We then provide an interpretation for (a rational ...
  • Revising Z: part II - logical development

    Henson, Martin C.; Reeves, Steve (1999-12-01)
    This is the second of two related papers. In "Revising Z: Part I - logic and semantics" (this journal) we introduced a simple specification logic ZC comprising a logic and a semantics (in ZF set theory). We then provided ...
  • Revising Z: semantics and logic

    Henson, Martin C.; Reeves, Steve (University of Waikato, Department of Computer Science, 1998-03)
    We introduce a simple specification logic Zc comprising a logic and semantics (in ZF set theory). We then provide an interpretation for (a rational reconstruction of) the specification language Z within Zc. As a result we ...
  • Revision of the age and stratigraphic relationships of Hinemaiaia Tephra and Whakatane Ash, North Island, New Zealand, using distal occurrences in organic deposits

    Lowe, David J. (1986)
    The stratigraphic and chronologic relationships of Hinemaiaia Tephra and Whakatane Ash are examined using distal tephras preserved in organic-rich deposits at five sites in eastern and northern North Island, New Zealand. ...
  • Revisioning the Pacific: Bernard Smith in the South Seas

    Ryan, Tom (University of Hawai’i Press, 2005)
    BORN IN Sydney in 1986, Bernard Smith is today widely considered to be Australia's preeminent art historian and a major cultural theorist.¹ While working as a school teacher and artist during the late 1930S and early 1940s, ...