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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Searchlight Report – Recreation Wellington Northern Area  (2011)

Cockburn, R & Thompson, R

Recreation Wellington manages and delivers its programmes, services and facilities using an area model, designed to closely align provision to the needs of local communities. This report contains a... read more

Searchlight Report – Recreation Profiles (Wellington Region)  (2011)

Cockburn, R & Thompson, R

Recreation Wellington manages and delivers its programmes, services and facilities using an area model, designed to closely align provision to the needs of local communities. This report is a... read more

Searchlight Report – Recreation Wellington Central and Western Area  (2011)

Cockburn, R & Thompson, R

Recreation Wellington manages and delivers its programmes, services and facilities using an area model, designed to closely align provision to the needs of local communities. This report contains a... read more

BikeNZ Facilities Strategy (working document for Strategy development)  (2010)

Prepared for BikeNZ by APL Project Management

This report is intended to provide a rationale which will assist BikeNZ in its development of a long term facilities strategy and ensure that its facility requirements are strategically in line... read more

Territorial Authority / School Partnerships: A Guide  (2011)

Prepared for Sport NZ by Visitor Solutions Ltd.

Facility partnerships are increasingly being considered to meet the sporting and leisure needs of both the wider community and school students. Research from New Zealand and internationally... read more

New Zealand Football Facilities Strategy – 2010 to 2021  (2010)

Lindsay, R

Internationally football is the world’s most popular game and the national sport of the majority of the World’s countries. Here in New Zealand, football is one of the biggest... read more

The TransPacific Gaze and Physical Cultural Studies: The consumption, experience and meaning of hip hop culture among New Zealand youth  (2011)

Rebecca Turner

  Recent scholarly analysis of hip hop’s global popularity has focused on its role in defining and expressing particular forms of identity. However, coinciding with this interest are... read more

Call me loyal: Globalization, corporate nationalism and the America's Cup  (2011)

Alistair John

  This study examines the relationship between sport, globalization and national identity. Specifically, the article focuses on how Team New Zealand’s 2003 America’s Cup campaign... read more

Sport policy development in New Zealand: Paradoxes of an integrative paradigm  (2004)

Mike Sam

Sport policies are underpinned by particular interpretive frameworks or paradigms. Theseparadigms shape: a) the construction of policy problems, b) the alternative approaches to resolving these... read more

Events-induced tourism: a protocol analysis  (2010)

Tanu Jayaswal

Many destinations throughout the world have developed events portfolios as a strategic initiative to attract tourists and their associated economic benefits. The ability of events to attract people... read more

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