Research Completed

This section includes abstracts of completed and published research. This section encourages the submission of a wide range of research publication types from conference PowerPoint presentations to peer-reviewed journal articles and including publications in draft and in press.


				
	
	
			
		    

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The Cost of the Game? The Cost of a Game (Full Report)  (2013 )

Andrew Milne

Sports clubs form a major part of New Zealand culture. They organize and provide space and facilities for active recreation. They also serve as community centres where people come together and form... read more

Capacities underpinning sports clubs’ future viability  (2013)

Carolyn Cordery

This is the fourth in a series of reports presented to Sport New Zealand under the research project analysing how grass-roots sports clubs are funded and the implications for their future viability... read more

Variations of pacing in simulated rowing : effects on physiological and performance variables  (2012 )

Chris Lynch

Observation of pacing strategies in competitive rowing show that a parabolic-shaped strategy of a fast-starting 500 m, a slowing over the middle 1000 m and an increase of pace in the final 500 m, is... read more

Graduating student teachers' beliefs regarding the philosophy and pedagogy of physical education within the New Zealand curriculum  (2012)

Glenn Fyall

In the mid to late 1990’s, physical education curriculum writers in New Zealand challenged the dominant skill mastery approach that was omnipresent in secondary school physical education. The... read more

Variables associated with neck dysfunction in amateur soccer players  (2011 )

Lisa Walker

Heading involves large forces throughout the neck region and is an integral aspect of the game of soccer. Nonetheless, research about neck dysfunction resulting from soccer heading is scarce... read more

The impact of a nationwide mega-event on tie strength, collaborative capacity and knowledge transfer dynamics within regional destination marketing networks  (2012 )

Kim Werner

The coordinated contributions of tourism, sports and events organisations are critical to the success of a large-scale sport event. The events network is a complex system of organisations, comprising... read more

Perceived neighborhood environment and physical activity in 11 countries: Do associations differ by country?  (2013 (provisional))

Ding Ding

This study examined whether associations between perceived attributes of neighborhood environments and physical activity differed by country. Population representative samples from 11 countries... read more

Players' perceptions of self-satisfaction and team cohesion in netball, a modified netball game (V-ball) or both games  (2012)

Sian Clancy

Netball, a popular team sport in New Zealand, has seven on-court players per team who individually occupy positions with specific roles and boundaries. V-ball is a modified netball game in which five... read more

Identifying conservation values, park experiences, and development preferences in the Otago region of New Zealand: a summary of a public participation geographic information system study in the Otago region  (2012)

Fiona Hall

This report summarises the key findings of a pilot study that collected public values, experiences and development preferences for public conservation land within the Otago region. This was... read more

Identifying conservation values, park experiences and development preferences in the Southland region of New Zealand: A summary of a public participation geographic information system study in the Southland region  (2011)

Em Oyston

This report summarises the key findings of a pilot study that collected public values, experiences and development preferences for public conservation land within the Southland region. This was... read more

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