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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Abuse of Sports Officials and Spectator Enjoyment: A New Zealand Perspective  (2011)

Jan Charbonneau

Organised sport relies on independent and unbiased officials and officiating. Scrutiny of performance and questioning of decisions is the norm with New Zealand sports officials well aware of this... read more

Scootering on: an investigation of children’s use of scooters for transport and recreation  (2013)

Trish Wolfaardt

Non-motorised scooters have increased significantly in popularity over the last few years in New Zealand, following similar trends in the US, Australia, Canada and Europe.  Non-motorised... read more

The World Outdoors Summit 2013 resources  (2013 )

Outdoors New Zealand

The World Outdoors Summit 2013 (held in Rotorua 19-22 November) presentations, slides, and videos from presenters can be viewed on the Outdoors New Zealand website summit resources page (see the... read more

The Economic Value of Recreation to Society (PowerPoint presentation to the World Outdoors Summit November 2013)  (2013 )

Paul Dalziel

This PowerPoint presentation to the World Outdoors Summit 2013, provides an overview of work underway to produce analyses of the economic value of the outdoor recreation sector to the Wellbeing of... read more

The Economic Value of Recreation to Society (conference paper to the World Outdoors Summit November 2013)  (2013)

Paul Dalziel

This paper summarises Professor Paul Dalziel presentation to the World Outdoors Summit 2013, which provided an overview of work underway to produce analyses of the economic value of the outdoor... read more

Secular trends and distributional changes in the BMI and physical activity of New Zealand adults  (2013)

Sarah L. Fahey

Health is known to be inextricably related to physical activity. The world-wide trend of increasing obesity is a major problem for health professionals, however, the extent to which physical activity... read more

Health and wellbeing benefits of Conservation in New Zealand. Science for Conservation 321  (2013 )

Paul Blaschke

Despite a long-held popular belief that nature is ‘healthy’ for people, exactly how or even whether this is true has only recently been subject to scientific scrutiny. This report reviews... read more

The Ultimate Guide to the Australian and New Zealand Fitness Industry 2013  (2013)

EzyBuy

This new industry survey of New Zealand and Australian health and fitness clubs provides market trends and statistics on areas such as facilities and services provided, communication and... read more

Changes in physical activity over time in young children: A longitudinal study using accelerometers  (2013)

Rachael Taylor

This longitudinal study determined how overall physical activity and time in different intensities of physical activity changed in children who were followed from 3 to 7 years. The children in the... read more

The association between church attendance and obesity-related lifestyle behaviours among New Zealand adolescents from different Pacific Island ethnic groups  (2013)

Ofa A. Dewes

This study identified and described the risk factors for and protective factors against obesity among Pacific Island adolescents who attend church and compared them with Pacific Island adolescents... read more

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