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  • British Music Video, 1966-2016: Genre, Authenticity and Art

    Perrott, Lisa (EDINBURGH UNIV PRESS, 2021-10-01)
    A book review on "Jamie Bennett and Victoria Knight, Prisoners on Prison Films (2021)"
  • When the student has to draw their answer: Assessing logic online

    Gibbons, Stephanie (University of Waikato, 2020-11-11)
    Presented at Learnfest 2020 Te Puna Aurei: A spring of intertwining knowledge
  • The nature of disagreement: matters of taste and environs

    Wyatt, Jeremy (Springer, 2021-01-01)
    Predicates of personal taste (PPT) have attracted a great deal of attention from philosophers of language and linguists. In the intricate debates over PPT, arguably the most central consideration has been which analysis ...
  • Contemporary pressures on school-based research: A cautionary tale for school leaders

    Smith, Megan; Thrupp, Martin; Barrett, Patrick (Walter de Gruyter GmbH, 2020)
    School-based research has historically played an important role within the education system contributing to our understanding of the organisation and practice of formal education. Supported by relevant literature, this ...
  • The trap of incrementalism in recognising children’s right to vote

    Munn, Nick (Taylor and Francis, 2021-01-01)
    Thirty years on from the Convention on the Rights of the Child, the international norm for the age of political majority remains set at 18 years of age. With few exceptions, those under 18 are denied the right to vote in ...
  • Voices of women

    Austin, Katherine; Acraman, Stephanie (University of Waikato, 2019)
    "Voices of Women" was a concert that voiced a range of concepts and preoccupations as expressed by leading female thinkers and writers. The music was composed by Janet Jennings, and performed by a team of female musicians ...
  • Afterword: Kinship Possibilities in Water Futures

    McCormack, Fiona (Wiley, 2023)
    This special issue of Oceania interrogates the material and cultural factors underpinning water socio‐economies in Australia; a critical project given the wet and dry crises now unfolding in theAnthropocene. Three themes ...
  • The Moral Requirement for Digital Connectivity

    Munn, Nick (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2021-09-03)
    Crises illustrate the value of digital connectedness. When our physical routines are disrupted, having alternative options to connect with others is important. Yet there are clear divisions in access to the internet, and ...
  • The opportunities and risks of the 20 Minute City

    White, Ian (University of Waikato, 2021-03-30)
    "20 Minute City" is a political project, not just a policy one. Success is not just about ‘the plan’ and implementation is not just about policy.
  • Online self-promotion

    Weijers, Dan (University of Waikato, 2019)
    - Online Self-Promotion - Research impact - Interdisciplinary collaborations - Media interviews (also from uni knowledge areas database) - Follow-throughs (that person checks out) - Being able to use data to support ...
  • Housing quality, health and whānau wellbeing

    Kukutai, Tahu; Sporle, Andrew; Rata, Arama (Ministry of Social Development, 2018)
    Shelter is a basic human need (Maslow 1943) and access to housing is a fundamental human right. A house is more than a physical dwelling that offers shelter; for many, it is a space that provides structure and meaning, and ...
  • Application of generalizability theory to evaluate the Kessler Psychological Distress Scale and distinguish between enduring and dynamic distress

    Yan, Vivienne Yu-X.; Numbers, Katya; Sachdev, Perminder S.; Brodaty, Henry; Medvedev, Oleg N. (Elsevier, 2023-12-01)
    Objectives: Nowadays, the number of older people is increasing rapidly, both in absolute figures and as a proportion of the population, which makes the maintenance of psychological well-being among aging population imperative. ...
  • Is Correspondence Truth One or Many?

    Ulatowski, Joseph (Aletheia - Associacao Cientifica e Cultural, 2023-10-31)
    On the correspondence theory of truth, a proposition is true if and only if it corresponds to fact. Criticisms of the correspondence theory of truth have argued that such a strict interpretation of the correspondence ...
  • Elections and Corruption: Incentives to Steal or Incentives to Invest?

    Fazekas, Mihály; Hellmann, Olli (Springer, 2023-01-01)
    By now, most political systems around the world hold regular multiparty elections of different quality and type. However, we know relatively little about the effect of elections on corruption, especially in high-discretion, ...
  • Netflix dramedy 'After Life' and the uncanny nature of grief

    Schott, Gareth R. (2022-12-07)
    The concept of das unheimlich (Jentsch 1902), or the uncanny, is applied to the phenomenology of grief and the manner loss transforms a person’s familiar life-world into an uncertain and unfamiliar space. Discussion of the ...
  • Looking across languages: Anglocentrism, cross-linguistic experimental philosophy, and the future of inquiry about truth

    Wyatt, Jeremy; Ulatowski, Joseph (University of Waikato, 2022-12-06)
    Analytic philosophers have defended a wide range of views about ‘the ordinary concept of truth’ and the meaning of ‘the truth predicate.’ Moreover, they often appeal to their views about these matters in arguing for ...
  • The contested shift to a bicultural understanding of place heritage in Aotearoa New Zealand

    Passey, Emma; Burns, Edgar (Informa UK Limited, 2023-01-01)
    This article explores contemporary threads in the heritage history of Aotearoa New Zealand, as we witness in real-time the emergence of alternative narratives of Indigenous heritage, in contrast to those of Western dominated ...
  • When it's not safe to be me: employee authenticity mediates the effect of perceived manager psychopathy on employee well-being.

    Sutton, Anna; Stapleton, Madeleine (BMC, 2023-10-09)
    BACKGROUND: Psychopathy in managers is often measured on global scales and associated with detrimental outcomes for subordinates, such as bullying and reduced well-being. Yet some features of psychopathy, like boldness, ...
  • Design and development of the trauma informed care beliefs scale-brief

    Beehag, Nathan; Dryer, Rachel; McGrath, Andrew; Krägeloh, Chris; Medvedev, Oleg N. (Elsevier, 2023-10-01)
    Background: Trauma informed care (TIC) practices have been developed to diminish the range of negative consequences associated with adverse childhood experiences (e.g., unemployment, welfare, incarceration, and medical and ...
  • The sonically evoked spaces of post-rock in an era of climate reality

    Schott, Gareth R. (Routledge, 2022-12-30)
    While the transmediality of the early Icelandic literature is palpable in contemporary Icelandic art and music, this chapter highlights how the resultant vast, textured landforms of Iceland are mirrored not only within the ...