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A social history of women and cycling in late-nineteenth century New Zealand
(Lincoln University, 1998)
In the final decade of the nineteenth-century, when New Zealand women began riding the bicycle, they excited intense public debate about contemporary middle-class ideals of femininity. The research question posed is: "why ...
Ethical reasoning and the importance of ethics: a comparison of New Zealand and Chinese accounting students
(Lincoln University, 2011)
Recent business scandals, such as Enron, have highlighted that ethical issues in accounting are not being dealt with properly by accountants and have raised questions about accountants’ appreciation of ethics as professionals. ...