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The New Visibility of Slaughter in Popular Gastronomy
(University of Canterbury. School of Humanities, 2010)
Animal slaughter has recently become highly visible in popular food media. This thesis interrogates the myths, assumptions and ideologies underlying this so-called New Carnivore movement, through critical analysis of a ...
More than a Band Aid : how the use of popular music helped a city recover after disaster.
(University of Canterbury, 2016)
The combination of music and disaster has been the subject of much study, especially starstudded telethons and songs that commemorate tragedy. However, there are many other ways that music can be used after disaster that ...
The Influence of Cultural Factors Including Language on Business Outcomes: Perceptions and Experiences of New Zealand exporters in Asia with reference to South Korea
(University of Canterbury. School of Humanities, 2013)
This thesis examines the role of language and culture in international business. Through a theoretical framework, it investigates how these are integrated and argues that an understanding of the complexity of the relationship ...
The new woman revisited: Asja Lacis between Germany and Russia.
(University of Canterbury, 2019)
Although there has been much research on the construct of the ‘New Woman’ in Weimar Germany (1918-1933), there is much less study of the ‘New Woman’ in Soviet Russia of the same time period. To compare and contrast these ...