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  • Bubbles and lockdown in Aotearoa New Zealand: the language of self-isolation in #Covid19NZ tweets.

    Burnette, Jessie; Long, Maebh (2022-07-27)
    In March 2020, as cases of COVID-19 were found in Aotearoa New Zealand, the government moved to eliminate community transmission of the virus through self-isolation. During this month, as the population discussed if, when ...
  • Cultural safety for LGBTQIA+ people: A narrative review and implications for health care in Malaysia

    Tan, Kyle K.H.; Ling, Sai Ang (2022)
    LGBTQIA+ people in Malaysia constitute a marginalised population as they are subjected to cisheterosexism that permeates every layer of society. Cisheterosexist ideologies in Malaysia find their eligibility on secular and ...
  • Relationships between offenders’ crime locations and different prior activity locations as recorded in Police data

    Curtis-Ham, Sophie; Bernasco, Wim; Medvedev, Oleg N.; Polaschek, Devon L. L. (Springer Science and Business Media LLC, 2022)
    Understanding the relationships between individual offenders’ crime locations and their prior activity locations is important to enable individual level predictions to support crime prevention and investigation strategies. ...
  • China's media diplomacy in the South China Sea disputes. Case studies of the Scarborough Shoal stand-off and the oil rig crisis

    Le, Thi My Danh; Rolls, Mark G. (Amsterdam University Press, 2022)
    The Scarborough Shoal stand-off and the oil rig crisis hold symbolic value to the Chinese. During the crises, China’s sovereignty claims over the South China Sea have been recounted several times. As the way that the Chinese ...
  • Improving spatial data in health geographics: a practical approach for testing data to measure children's physical activity and food environments using Google Street View

    Whitehead, Jesse; Smith, Melody; Anderson, Yvonne; Zhang, Yijun; Wu, Stephanie; Maharaj, Shreya; Donnellan, Niamh (BMC, 2021)
    Background Geographic information systems (GIS) are often used to examine the association between both physical activity and nutrition environments, and children’s health. It is often assumed that geospatial datasets are ...
  • COVIDiSTRESS diverse dataset on psychological and behavioural outcomes one year into the COVID-19 pandemic

    Blackburn, Angélique M.; Vestergren, Sara; Tran, Thao P.; Stöckli, Sabrina; Griffin, Siobhán M.; Ntontis, Evangelos; Jeftic, Alma; Chrona, Stavroula; Ikizer, Gözde; Han, Hyemin; Milfont, Taciano L.; Parry, Douglas; Byrne, Grace; Gómez-López, Mercedes; Acosta, Alida; Kowal, Marta; De Leon, Gabriel; Gallegos, Aranza; Perez, Miles; Abdelrahman, Mohamed; Ahern, Elayne; Yar, Ahmad Wali Ahmad; Ahmed, Oli; Alami, Nael H.; Amin, Rizwana; Andersen, Lykke E.; Araújo, Bráulio Oliveira; Asongu, Norah Aziamin; Bartsch, Fabian; Bavoľár, Jozef; Bhatta, Khem Raj; Bircan, Tuba; Bita, Shalani; Bombuwala, Hasitha; Brik, Tymofi; Cakal, Huseyin; Caniëls, Marjolein; Carballo, Marcela; Carvalho, Nathalia M.; Cely, Laura; Chang, Sophie; Chayinska, Maria; Chen, Fang-Yu; Ch’ng, Brendan; Chukwuorji, JohnBosco Chika; Costa, Ana Raquel; Dalizu, Vidijah Ligalaba; Deschrijver, Eliane; Dilekler Aldemir, İlknur; Doherty, Anne M.; Doller, Rianne; Dubrov, Dmitrii; Elegbede, Salem; Elizalde, Jeferson; Ermagan-Caglar, Eda; Fernández-Morales, Regina; García-Castro, Juan Diego; Gelpí, Rebekah; Ghafori, Shagofah; Goldberg, Ximena; González-Uribe, Catalina; Alpízar-Rojas, Harlen; Haugestad, Christian Andres Palacios; Higuera, Diana; Hoorelbeke, Kristof; Hristova, Evgeniya; Hubená, Barbora; Huq, Hamidul; Ihaya, Keiko; Jayathilake, Gosith; Jen, Enyi; Jinadasa, Amaani; Joksimovic, Jelena; Kačmár, Pavol; Kadreva, Veselina; Kalinova, Kalina; Kandeel, Huda Anter Abdallah; Kellezi, Blerina; Khan, Sammyh; Kontogianni, Maria; Koszałkowska, Karolina; Krzysztof, Hanusz; Lacko, David; Landa-Blanco, Miguel; Lee, Yookyung; Lieberoth, Andreas; Lins, Samuel; Liutsko, Liudmila; Londero-Santos, Amanda; Mauritsen, Anne Lundahl; Maegli, María Andrée; Magidie, Patience; Maharjan, Roji; Makaveeva, Tsvetelina; Makhubela, Malose; Malagón, María Gálvis; Malykh, Sergey; Mamede, Salomé; Mandillah, Samuel; Mansoor, Mohammad Sabbir; Mari, Silvia; Marín-López, Inmaculada; Marot, Tiago A.; Martínez, Sandra; Mauka, Juma; Moss, Sigrun Marie; Mushtaq, Asia; Musliu, Arian; Mususa, Daniel; Najmussaqib, Arooj; Nasheeda, Aishath; Nasr, Ramona; Machado, Natalia Niño; Natividade, Jean Carlos; Ngowi, Honest Prosper; Nyarangi, Carolyne; Ogunbode, Charles; Onyutha, Charles; Padmakumar, K.; Paniagua, Walter; Pena, Maria Caridad; Pírko, Martin; Portela, Mayda; Pouretemad, Hamidreza; Rachev, Nikolay; Ratodi, Muhamad; Reifler, Jason; Sadeghi, Saeid; Sahayanathan, Harishanth Samuel; Sanchez, Eva; Sandbakken, Ella Marie; Sandesh, Dhakal; Sanjesh, Shrestha; Schrötter, Jana; Shanthakumar, Sabarjah; Sikka, Pilleriin; Slaveykova, Konstantina; Studzinska, Anna; Subandi, Fadelia Deby; Subedi, Namita; Sullivan, Gavin Brent; Tag, Benjamin; Delphine, Takem Ebangha Agbor; Tamayo-Agudelo, William; Travaglino, Giovanni A.; Tuominen, Jarno; Türk-Kurtça, Tuğba; Vakai, Matutu; Volkodav, Tatiana; Wang, Austin Horng-En Wang; Williams, Alphonsus; Wu, Charles; Yamada, , Yuki; Yaneva, Teodora; Yañez, Nicolás; Yeh, Yao-Yuan; Zoletic, Emina (Springer Science and Business Media LLC, 2022)
    During the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the COVIDiSTRESS Consortium launched an open-access global survey to understand and improve individuals’ experiences related to the crisis. A year later, we extended this line of ...
  • Self as one and many narratives

    Ulatowski, Joseph (2021)
    There are different approaches to the narrative self. I limit myself to one approach that argues narratives have an important role to play in our lives without it being true that a narrative constitutes and creates the ...
  • Harnessing the temporal and projective attributes of human agency to promote anticipatory climate change adaptation

    Serrao-Neumann, Silvia; Taygfeld, Pazit; Asbridge, Emma F.; Mackey, Brendan; Rogers, Kerrylee; Low Choy, Darryl (Wiley, 2022)
    Human agency is seen as a critical component of adaptive capacity concerning environmental change. This capacity may entail social actor's ability to learn from past experience, and create opportunities in the present for ...
  • Prevalence of gestational diabetes in the Waikato region of New Zealand

    Chepulis, Lynne Merran; Morison, Brittany; Lawrenson, Ross; Paul, Ryan (Wiley, 2022)
    Gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) during pregnancy is associated with health complications for both mother and infant, but patient numbers in the Waikato District Health Board region of New Zealand have not been well ...
  • The COVID-19 domestic vaccine pass: Implications for Māori

    Kukutai, Tahu; Clark, Vanessa; Mika, Jason; Muru-Lanning, Marama; Pouwhare, Robert; Sterling, Rogena; Teague, Vanessa; Watts, David; Cassim, Shemana (National Institute of Demographic and Economic Analysis, 2021-11-30)
    The New Zealand government has introduced a COVID-19 domestic vaccine pass to be used in conjunction with the COVID-19 Protection Framework. The Framework is likely to be activated soon after Cabinet meets on 29 November ...
  • Sex differences in outcomes from mild traumatic brain injury eight years post-injury.

    Starkey, Nicola J.; Duffy, Brittney; Jones, Kelly; Theadom, Alice; Barker-Collo, Suzanne; Feigin, Valery; BIONIC8 Research Group (2022)
    The long-term effects of mild TBI (mTBI) are not well understood, and there is an ongoing debate about whether there are sex differences in outcomes following mTBI. This study examined i) symptom burden and functional ...
  • Indigenous peoples, data, and the coloniality of surveillance

    Cormack, Donna; Kukutai, Tahu (Palgrave Macmillan, 2022)
    In Aotearoa New Zealand (Aotearoa NZ), Māori (the Indigenous peoples of New Zealand) have long been objects of surveillance by state institutions and agents. State representations have centred on constructions of difference ...
  • Influences of indication response requirement and target prevalence on dogs’ performance in a scent-detection task

    Edwards, Timothy L.; Giezen, Claudia; Browne, Clare Melody (Elsevier BV, 2022)
    Scent-detection dogs assist humans with many socially significant tasks and hold promise for assisting with many others. However, the methods used to train scent-detection dogs and the conditions under which they work are ...
  • Barriers to possessing gender-concordant identity documents are associated with transgender and nonbinary people's mental health in Aotearoa/New Zealand.

    Tan, Kyle K.H.; Watson, Ryan J.; Byrne, Jack; Veale, Jaimie (2022-05-23)
    Purpose: This study sought to expand on previous scholarship focused on gender-concordant identity documents (IDs) as a social determinant of health. We examined the association between barriers to legal gender recognition ...
  • Systematic evidence map of disparities in police outcomes: final report

    Tompson, Lisa; Davies, Simon; Polaschek, Devon L. L. (University of Waikato, 2021)
    To support the New Zealand Police Understanding Policing Delivery (UPD) project, we were tasked with completing an academic literature review on bias in policing. However, the vastness and complexity of the relevant research, ...
  • Primitivist theories of truth: Their history and prospects

    Wyatt, Jeremy (Wiley, 2022)
    Primitivists about truth maintain that truth cannot be analysed in more fundamental terms. Defences of primitivism date back to the early years of analytic philosophy, being offered by G.E. Moore, Bertrand Russell, and ...
  • Rats, plagues, and children, Oh My! Multimodal representations of the past in historical games

    Redder, Ben Dorrington; Schott, Gareth R. (Brill Academic Publishers, 2022)
    Since their inception, Game Studies and its sub-discipline Historical Game Studies have stressed the pedagogical potential of (historical) games for learning. Today, popular off-the-shelf historical digital games such as ...
  • Evidence, interests and argumentation: an environmental policy controversy in a small New Zealand town

    Skilling, Peter; Barrett, Patrick; Kurian, Priya A. (OpenEdition, 2021)
    This article examines interactions between different forms of authoritative knowledge and evidence in a public dispute over an environmental problem. It draws on a case set in a small coastal town in New Zealand where the ...
  • Examining the effects of policy design on affordable unit production under inclusionary zoning policies

    Wang, Ruoniu; Fu, Xinyu (Informa UK Limited, 2022)
    Problem, research strategy, and findings: Evidence suggests that inclusionary zoning (IZ) correlates with affordable housing and mixed-income communities; however, what effect the policy design has on affordable housing ...
  • Response efficacy in environmental discounting: Concern and action towards climate change threats

    Rinderhagen, Michael; Sargisson, Rebecca J. (Scholink Co, Ltd., 2021)
    Extending preceding environmental discounting studies, we examined the role of response efficacy (in low, control, and high conditions) in participants’ valuation of climate-change concern and action across four psychological ...