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  • Putting Sylvia in her place: history, geographical theory and the “New” Education

    Middleton, Sue (Routledge, 2011)
    New Zealander Sylvia Ashton-Warner, a teacher in remote rural Mori schools in the 1940s-1950s, became internationally renowned as a novelist and educational theorist. Earlier commentators portrayed her educational theory ...
  • Putting the burden of proof in its place: When are differential allocations legitimate?

    Dare, Tim; Kingsbury, Justine (University of Memphis, 2008)
    It is widely assumed that legitimate differential allocations of the burden of proof are ubiquitous: that in all cases in which opposing views are being debated, one side has the responsibility of proving their claim and ...
  • The Pyramid Trough Wetland: environmental and biological diversity in a newly created Antarctic protected area

    Jungblut, Anne D.; Wood, Susanna A.; Hawes, Ian; Webster-Brown, Jenny; Harris, Colin (2012)
    The Pyramid Trough (Lat 78°S) has recently gained protection under the Antarctic Treaty system, owing to its wetland values. Here, we describe the microbial diversity of this system, with emphasis on cyanobacteria, and ...
  • Pyrite geochemistry and textures in the epithermal Au-Ag mineralisation at Waihi

    Eames, A.G.; Barker, Shaun L.L.; Durance, P. (2016)
    The Waihi epithermal system is a low sulphidation epithermal system that hosts one of the largest high grade ore deposits in the Southern Hemisphere. The use of petrographic and EPMA analyses demonstrate there are distinctive ...
  • Pyroclastic deposits and volcanic history of Mayor Island

    Buck, M.D.; Briggs, Roger M.; Nelson, Campbell S. (1981)
    The emergent summit of Mayor Island, Bay of Plenty, New Zealand, is a peralkaline rhyolite volcano constructed by: a sequence of lava flows, the Tutaretare Rhyolite Formation new; and pyroclastic deposits, the Oira ...
  • Pyrolysis of Sawdust

    Sichone, Kavwa (University of Waikato, 2013)
    Lakeland Steel Limited developed a pilot plant for biomass pyrolysis based on sawdust. The pilot plant was based on an auger screw design which was indirectly heated using a double pipe heat exchange configuration to prevent ...
  • A Q-Slot Monopole for UWB Body-Centric Wireless Communications

    Yeboah-Akowuah, Bright; Kosmas, Panagiotis; Chen, Yifan (IEEE, 2017)
    This paper presents a novel and simple ultrawideband printed rectangular monopole antenna for body-centric wireless communications. The design is based on etching a Q-slot on a rectangular radiator and is optimized to ...
  • Quadratic algebra contractions and second-order superintegrable systems

    Kalnins, Ernie G.; Miller, W., Jr. (2014)
    Quadratic algebras are generalizations of Lie algebras; they include the symmetry algebras of second-order superintegrable systems in two dimensions as special cases. The superintegrable systems are exactly solvable physical ...
  • Quadrics on complex Riemannian spaces of constant curvature, separation of variables, and the Gaudin magnet

    Kalnins, Ernie G.; Kuznetsov, V.B.; Miller, W., Jr. (1994-04)
    Integrable systems that are connected with orthogonal separation of variables in complex Riemannian spaces of constant curvature are considered herein. An isomorphism with the hyperbolic Gaudin magnet, previously pointed ...
  • Quaker Peace Testimony and Pacifism

    McKeogh, Colm (2017)
    This paper looks at the Peace Testimony of Quakers (the Religious Society of Friends) and argues that, although Quakerism is commonly seen as pacifist (in some sense of that term) by many both within and without the Society, ...
  • Qualified difference sets from unions of cyclotomic classes

    Byard, Kevin; Broughan, Kevin A. (Cambridge University Press, 2009)
    Qualified difference sets (QDS) composed of unions of cyclotomic classes are discussed. An exhaustive computer search for such QDS and modified QDS that also possess the zero residue has been conducted for all powers n=4,6,8 ...
  • Qualified-agent virtue ethics

    van Zyl, Liezl (Philosophical Society of Southern Africa (PSSA), 2011)
    Qualified-agent virtue ethics provides an account of right action in terms of the virtuous agent. It has become one of the most popular, but also most frequently criticized versions of virtue ethics. Many of the objections ...
  • Qualifying engagement: A study of information and communication technology and the global social justice movement in Aotearoa New Zealand

    Ganesh, Shiv; Stohl, Cynthia (Routledge, 2010)
    Scholarly commentary has underscored the importance of new information and communication technologies (ICTs) in organizing the Global Social Justice Movement (GSJM). This study examines key communicative assumptions regarding ...
  • A Qualitative Study of Incest Offender Implicit Theories With The Help Of A Modified Assessment Tool

    Jamisetty, Vijetha (University of Waikato, 2012)
    This study intends to provide some insight into the various Implicit Theories (ITs) harboured by child sex offenders. ITs (Ward & Keenan, 1999) are the distorted beliefs which enable sex offenders to justify their actions ...
  • Qualitative telephone interviews: Strategies for success

    Farooq, Muhammad Bilal (2015)
    The use of the telephone in qualitative interviews is discouraged by traditionalists who view it as an inferior data collection instrument. However these claims have not been supported by empirical evidence and qualitative ...
  • Quality assessment by science teachers: Five focus areas

    Edwards, Frances (International Council of Association for Science Education, 2013)
    In order to teach science well, science teachers need to know what to focus on in order to ensure their assessment of student learning is meaningful and useful for the students’ on going learning and development. The ...
  • Quality early childhood education for under-two-year-olds: What should it look like? A literature review

    Dalli, Carmen; White, Elizabeth Jayne; Rockel, Jean; Duhn, Iris; Buchanan, Emma; Davidson, Susan; Ganly, Sarah; Kus, Larissa; Wang, Bo (Ministry of Education New Zealand, 2011-03)
    Recent years have seen increasing participation of under-two-year-olds in early childhood education. This literature review draws together relevant research evidence to better understand what quality early childhood education ...
  • Quality in Measurement: Beyond the deployment barrier

    McGregor, Anthony James (IEEE Computer Society, 2002-02)
    Network measurement stands at an intersection in the development of the science. We explore possible futures for the area and propose some guidelines for the development of stronger measurement techniques. The paper concludes ...
  • The quality of district plans and their implementation: Towards environmental quality

    Backhurst, Michael; Day, Maxine; Crawford, Janet; Ericksen, Neil; Berke, Philip; Laurian, Lucie; Dixon, Jennifer; Chapman, Sarah (2002-04)
    Since inception of the Resource Management Act 1991 (RMA) the issue of sustainable management has dominated planning practice in New Zealand. Over the past decade, councils have wrestled with converting the concept of ...
  • Quality of Life - Impacts from the Family Planning Policy in China

    Liang, Yun (The University of Waikato, 2018)
    The relationship between population size, the quality of human capital, and the quality of life, interests social scientists. This topic is particularly important in China, where a previous ‘demographic gift’ is becoming ...