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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Bowls 2020 – Securing our Future: A National Facilities Strategy  (2013)

Denise Atkins

Bowls NZ commissioned a National Facilities strategy to understand the current state and future needs of lawn bowls facilities. The strategy proposes that bowling clubs must adapt and change the way... read more

Territorial Authority Sport and Recreation Facilities Decision Guide  (2013 )

Sport New Zealand

Sport New Zealand commissioned this research into the full range of sport and recreation facility management choices available to TAs. The aim was to produce a comprehensive and... read more

Territorial Authority Community Sport and Recreation Facility Management Choices in New Zealand: Research Report  (2013)

Sport New Zealand

Sport New Zealand commissioned this research into the full range of sport and recreation facility management choices available to TAs. The aim was to produce a comprehensive and independent view... read more

Why do youth step out of sport and into court?  (2012 )

Gloria Hine Clarke

Motivated  by  my  son’s  incarceration  months  after  he  stopped  playing  sport,  this thesis  attempts  to ... read more

Mapping Outdoor Recreation Sector Governance: Models, capability, vision  (2013)

Sally Shaw

This document is the final report from the project Mapping Outdoor Recreation Sector Governance: Models, capability, vision. The project had three aims: Provide baseline information about the... read more

A whole new ball game: the symbiotic relationship between broadcast media and netball in New Zealand from cinema newsreels to high definition pay television  (2012 )

Margaret Henley

This thesis draws on an understanding of television production practice to document the long struggle for netball to achieve a frequency and quality of media representation which matched the... read more

Te ao kori as expressive movement in Aotearoa New Zealand physical education teacher education (PETE): A narrative account  (2011 )

Maureen Legge

A unique aspect of Aotearoa New Zealand physical education is the inclusion of Māori culture in the form of te ao kori. Te ao kori translates to mean the world of movement and is represented by the... read more

Patterns of neighborhood environment attributes related to physical activity across 11 countries: a latent class analysis  (2013 (provisional))

Marc Adams

Background Neighborhood environment studies of physical activity (PA) have been mainly single-country focused. The International Prevalence Study (IPS) presented a rare opportunity to examine... read more

Sport means ‘family and church’: sport in New Zealand Pasifika communities  (2013 )

Barrie Gordon

This study was conducted to gain a better understanding of the role that sport plays in New Zealand Pasifika communities. Eight focus groups and six key individuals were interviewed using a Talanoa... read more

Sports Field Surface guidance Document  (2013)

Tracy Talbot

Sport NZ commissioned this work to understand the various options available for providers of sports fields to ensure that New Zealand’s Sports Fields are available for participation as much as... read more

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