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Play: an ever increasing need
(University of Canterbury, 1975)
Play is a medium whereby children's initiative, creativity and vivid imagination can be developed. Their response and participation will set standards which they will carry through to their adult life. To ignore play as a ...
An alternative form of development for Arthur's Pass village
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1975)
Arthur's Pass village is an alpine settlement situated on terraces of the Bealey River in the upper reaches of the Bealey Valley. A unique village in a unique setting, but Arthur's Pass is becoming increasingly subject to ...
Homebush : landscape development of an historical farm in the foothills of the Canterbury Plains
(Lincoln University, 1975)
The beginnings of development, accompanied by the fresh experience of a new environment, the struggle for existence, and a greater contact with natural forces, has given way to the apparent uncertainty of adolescence where ...