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  • Alcohol outlet density is related to police events and motor vehicle accidents in Manukau City, New Zealand

    Cameron, Michael Patrick; Cochrane, William; McNeill, Kellie; Melbourne, Pania; Morrison, Sandra L.; Robertson, Neville (Wiley, 2012)
    Objectives: To explore the cross-sectional association between alcohol outlet density and police events in Manukau City, New Zealand. Methods: Using data for the Census Area Unit (suburb) level, per-capita measures of ...
  • The case for universal basic income in New Zealand & worldwide

    Goldsmith, Michael; McNeill, Kellie (Pacific Institute of Resource Management (PIRM), 2012)
    Universal Basic Income is a well established concept that can help solve this basic human rights issue. While hunger is often recognised in poorer countries, it is trivialised and hidden in countries like New Zealand, which ...
  • The impacts of liquor outlets in Manukau City: Summary report

    Cameron, Michael Patrick; Cochrane, William; McNeill, Kellie; Melbourne, Pania; Morrison, Sandra L.; Robertson, Neville (Alcohol Advisory Council of New Zealand, 2010-03)
    There has been significant recent debate over the impact of liquor outlets on communities in New Zealand. This report summarises the key results from a research project undertaken between 2008 and 2010. Media analysis and ...
  • The impacts of liquor outlets in Manukau City: The spatial and other characteristics of liquor outlets in Manukau City

    Cameron, Michael Patrick; Cochrane, William; McNeill, Kellie; Melbourne, Pania; Morrison, Sandra L.; Robertson, Neville (Alcohol Advisory Council of New Zealand, 2012)
    This report describes the spatial and other characteristics of liquor outlets in the Manukau City area in January 2009. These characteristics are important in terms of their effects on the availability of alcohol. Several ...

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  • The Professionalization of Nursing: New Zealand as a Case Study

    Liu, Yue (University of Waikato, 2011)
    Nursing has often been regarded by sociologists, the medical profession and even nurses themselves, as an occupational grouping which is semi - rather than fully - professionalised. This study is concerned with recognising ...