Research Archive

Department of Tourism, Sport and Society

Research Archive

Department of Tourism, Sport and Society

 

The disciplinary backgrounds and fields of study within the Department of Tourism, Sport and Society range from national parks management and outdoor recreation to history, sociology, and geography, to urban recreation, sport management, and tourism in all its forms.

Recent Submissions

  • Kaimbacher, P. S.; Wallner-Liebmann, S. J.; Dunitz-Scheer, M.; Scheer, P. J. Z.; Cvirn, G.; Schrabmair, W.; Schnedl, W. J.; Hamlin, Michael J.; Tafeit, E. (Croatian Anthropological Society, 2015)
    In the context of enteral feeding in children the influence on growth and the question of fat resorption is of great interest. We, therefore, measured the thickness of subcutaneous body fat in a sample of long-term enterally ...
  • Hamlin, Michael J.; Draper, N.; Blackwell, G.; Shearman, J. P.; Kimber, Nicholas E. (Academy of Physical Education, 2012)
    Treadmill tests for maximal oxygen uptake (V O2max) have traditionally used set speed and incline increments regardless of participants training or exercise background. The aim of this study was to determine the validity ...
  • Calvert, S.; Ross, Jennifer J.; Hamlin, Michael J. (New Zealand Medical Association, 2001-11-09)
    AIMS: To determine what proportion of a sample of 10 to 13 year old New Zealand children attained the Ministry of Health's physical activity guidelines. These guidelines recommend that children accumulate a minimum of 30 ...
  • de la Barre, S.; Maher, Pat T.; Dawson, J.; Hillmer-Pegram, K.; Huijbens, E.; Lamers, M.; Liggett, D.; Müller, D.; Pashkevich, A.; Stewart, Emma (Taylor & Francis on behalf of the Norsk Polarinstitutt and Co-Action Publishing, 2016)
    The Arctic is affected by global environmental change and also by diverse interests from many economic sectors and industries. Over the last decade, various actors have attempted to explore the options for setting up ...
  • Lambert, Simon J.; Shadbolt, Melanie; Ataria, James M.; Black, Amanda (Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga, New Zealand’s Indigenous Centre of Research Excellence, Auckland, 2012-12)
    The scale of damage from a series of earthquakes across Christchurch Otautahi in 2010 and 2011 challenged all networks in the city at a time when many individuals and communities were under severe economic pressure. ...

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