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  • Women's use of possessions to cope with abusive relationships

    Elphingston-Jolly, Bronwyn Louise (University of Waikato, 2012)
    Domestic violence is a widespread social issue in New Zealand and throughout the world and is detrimental to both society and the individual. Public services, such as law enforcement and health care are frequently and ...
  • Women's Views about the Characteristics of the 'Ideal Woman Worker': A Preliminary Study.

    Heath, Adrienne (The University of Waikato, 2007)
    The initial reason I undertook this preliminary study was to inform myself and others about the views of women about the expectations of them as 'ideal workers' in paid employment. What resulted was a piece of research ...
  • Women, sport and the media: A complex terrain

    Bruce, Toni (Wilf Malcolm Institute of Educational Research, 2008)
    In this chapter I examine coverage of women’s sport, exposing the ways in which the sports media can simultaneously challenge and reinforce dominant assumptions that sport is primarily a male domain. I first summarize the ...
  • Women, war and hypocrites: studying the Qur'an [Book Review]

    Drury, Abdullah (Taylor & Francis, 2012-01)
    This article reviews the book 'Women, war and hypocrites: studying the Qur'an', by Robert A. Campbell.
  • Women’s empowerment, spousal communication and reproductive decision-making in Malawi

    Kavinya-Chimbiri, Agnes Mary (The University of Waikato, 2002)
    This study is focused on the relationship between women’s power, spousal interactions and reproductive decision-making. It examines the nature of Reproductive Decision-Making Processes (RDMP) and the effect of spousal ...
  • Women’s experience of emotional abuse in intimate relationships: a qualitative study

    Lammers, Marianne (The University of Waikato, 2002)
    This study investigated emotional abuse that occurs without physical abuse in the context of heterosexual, committed couple relationships. It examined the ways in which men abused women and the impact this had on women’s ...
  • Women’s lives in the Te Aroha district

    Hart, Philip (Historical Research Unit, University of Waikato, 2016)
    Pioneer women were praised for their hard work, and this paper deals with all aspects of their lives in this district in the late nineteenth and, occasionally, the early twentieth century. Details are provided of all the ...
  • Wonder and environmental virtue

    van Zyl, Liezl (2017)
    Wonder is a familiar human emotion. It involves a feeling of delight, admiration, curiosity, and appreciation and is directed towards something that is beautiful, remarkable, mysterious, or unfamiliar. The objects of wonder ...
  • Wondering about ... the intimate geographies of Married at First Sight New Zealand #MAFSNZ

    Johnston, Lynda (The Board of Geography Teachers New Zealand, 2019)
    Why should I, or any geographers, be wondering about Married at First Sight New Zealand (MAFSNZ, TV3 2019), the franchised reality television show where strangers meet each other at the alter? Pitched, as a ‘ground-breaking ...
  • Work and Family Interface: Wellbeing and the Role of Resilience and Work-Life Balance

    Riley, Derek (University of Waikato, 2012)
    Wellbeing research has recently gathered impetus largely due to the emergence of positive psychology. Researchers and practitioners are now exploring the science of positive subjective experiences, positive traits, positive ...
  • Work attitudes and well-being among virtual workers

    Witzel, Marisa (The University of Waikato, 2008)
    The present study examined how certain characteristics of flexible work, the home environment, and the individual impact the outcomes of work-family conflict, job satisfaction, organisational commitment, and psychological ...
  • Work integrated learning

    Ferns, Sonia; Campbell, Matthew; Zegwaard, Karsten E. (Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australia (HERDSA Inc), 2014)
    In the coming decades, environmental, cultural, economic and social changes will have a profound global impact (Hajkowicz, Cook & Littleboy, 2012). The higher education sector is under pressure to transform the way it ...
  • Work limitations 4 years after mild traumatic brain injury: A cohort study

    Theadom, Alice; Barker-Collo, Suzanne; Jones, Kelly; Kahan, Michael; Ao, Braden Te; McPherson, Kathryn; Starkey, Nicola J.; Feigin, Valery L. (Elsevier, 2017)
    Objective To explore employment status, work limitations, and productivity loss after mild traumatic brain injury (TBI). Design Inception cohort study over 4 years. Setting General community. Participants Adults ...
  • Work overload, parental demand, perceived organizational support, family support, and work-family conflict among New Zealand and Malaysian academics

    Nasurdin, Aizzat Mohd; O’Driscoll, Michael P. (New Zealand Psychological Society, 2012)
    Relationships between work overload and parental demands with work-family conflict were investigated among New Zealand and Malaysian academics. In addition, social support from the work and family domains were explored as ...
  • Work placement reports: Student perceptions

    Lay, Mark C.; Paku, Levinia K.; Swan, Janis E. (CQUniversity Australia, 2008)
    Engineering students complete work placement reports after being on placement in industry, the aim is to increase work place learning and to increase students understanding about the placement, themselves, career direction ...
  • Work-based Learning: A New Higher Education? [Book Review]

    Piercy, Gemma Louise (2002)
    This article reviews the book: “Work-based Learning: A New Higher Education?”, edited by D. Boud & N. Solomon.
  • Work-family conflict and enrichment: Direct and indirect effects towards mental health outcomes

    Lewis, Johanna Brooke (The University of Waikato, 2010)
    There have been calls in the work-family literature for greater attention to moderation effects. Further, the established work-family conflict approach has expanded to include work-family enrichment. Consequently, the ...
  • Work-Family Conflict and Facilitation among Employees in Hong Kong

    Wong, Chi Kin (University of Waikato, 2014)
    Work-family imbalance can induce negative consequences, such as poor physical and psychological well-being for individuals. Hong Kong employees commonly agree that work-family balance is important for them, but it is ...
  • Work-family Conflict and Organisational Commitment in Malaysia

    Siu, Yen Pin (University of Waikato, 2014)
    This study examined the relationship between work-family conflict (WFC) and organisational commitment, and considered gender and number of dependents as moderators. Participants were self-defined full time working adults ...
  • Work-family conflict and stress

    Brough, Paula; O’Driscoll, Michael P. (Edward Elgar Publishing Limited, 2005)
    Over the past twenty years, increasing attention has been paid by researchers and organizations to the interface between people’s work and their family lives. In 1977, Rosabeth Kanter argued that the notion that work and ...