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  • Marketing Factors In Sustainable Tourism In New Zealand

    INTRODUCTION Tourism is a central part of New Zealand 's economy. More than Two and a half million visitors come to New Zealand each year to experience world-class products and services. They travel to the furthest regions of the country and many also pursue business and immigration opportunities while they are here. New Zealand has been awarded ‘Overall Winner’ in the prestigious Virgin Holidays Responsible Tourism Awards in 2008. It had competed alongside 1,900 international nominees, New Zealand came out on top demonstrating international recognition of the quality of the New Zealand Tourism Strategy 2015 (NZTS 2015). The Judges present for those awards said “New Zealand is the overall winner for proving that it is possible to develop a…

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  • Taking A Look At Youth Crime

    The number of children and young people charged in court in 2015 was 1,878; the lowest it has ever been since the year 1992 (Statistics New Zealand, n.d.). This fact, alongside other data that is listed and explained below supports the thesis statement that - youth crime is under control in New Zealand. The ‘other data’ will consist of four paragraphs. First of all, information on the topic will be given as well as the types of offenders that exist; secondly, what causes these children and…

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  • Assignment 1 Task 1

    of New Zealand. The main objectives of my clinical setting are to provide patient-centered care, promote health and well-being of the patient and to provide support to the family/whanau as well (Registered Nurse [RN], personal communication, February 10, 2016). Primary health care services deliver a wide range of health services which include treatment, health education, counseling, screening services and prevention of diseases (Ministry of health [MOH], 2014). The clinical setting where I was…

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  • Quality Of Life Analysis

    that consists of subjective evaluations on the features of life, may it be positive or negative. It covers a wide range of domains for each individual, these includes health, housing, jobs, culture, values, and spirituality. For the older adult, QOL may have an additional meaning. It is about their rights, being empowered, to have self-determination and gaining independence (Scott, Webb, and Sorrentino, 2011). This essay will discuss four factors, namely Health, Ageing in Place, Social Support…

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  • The Negative Impact Of Health Promotion In New Zealand

    Health promotion is a process where in individuals are empowered to enhance their well-being. It concentrates on an individual’s behavior towards a broad range of social and environmental interventions (WHO, 2016). According to the Ottawa Charter for Health Promotion, to achieve the complete state-of-mind, one or a group should be able to recognize and acknowledge goals, identify needs, and to adapt to the environment (Raeburn, 2007). Health promotion programmes in New Zealand are activities to…

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  • The Impact Of International Tourism In New Zealand

    In New Zealand International tourism contributes $11.8 billion to the economy and is the second largest export under Dairy who contributes $14.2 billion. The tourism industry in New Zealand primarily employs over 295,908 people who all contribute customer service. In 2015 New Zealand received over 3 million visitors where only 3,900 of these visitors were asked questions related to their overall experience. In June 2014, New Zealand 's customer service was rated a 8.9 out of 10 with 95% of…

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  • Maori Health Case Study

    In Maori society, manaakitanga is a customary quality that is thought to be massively vital (New Zealand tourism strategy, 2015). As a nurse it is important in my practice as Manaakitanga is a traditional value that is considered to be hugely important for Maori health. By implanting Manaakitanga (hospitality) in my practice it will make my patients particular Maori feel like they are highly cared for. By focussing as a nurse in my practice the communication, patient satisfaction, service…

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  • Ideology Of Child Poverty

    than about the lack of food and there are many factors that causes child poverty. These child poverty indicators and factors are things such as income poverty, living conditions or housing, material hardships, education, and poor physical and mental health. (Child Poverty Monitor, 2015). O’Brien, in Beddoe & Maidment (2009), suggests that there are six possible main causes of child poverty, which include the lack of advocacy and knowledge, decreasing support for egalitarianism, costs, dominance…

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  • Dimensions Of Diversity

    for the diverse needs of disabled students. The New Zealand Government (1989) Education Act of 1989 has left an influential imprint in the education system of New Zealand, providing opportunity for the ‘disadvantaged’. The Act brought into play a clear intention that is “People who have special education needs (whether because of disability or otherwise) have the same…

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  • Child Poverty In New Zealand Essay

    in New Zealand has been a long standing issue since before the 1990’s and continues to be prevalent in today’s New Zealand. Although child poverty can be linked to multiple causes, there is one major cause that is not widely discussed enough within the political world of New Zealand. This is the issue of structural inequality, structural inequality can be loosely described as “denot[ing] methodical and often subtle processes through which social structures disadvantage and harm certain groups of…

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