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    • Transforming rural value chains in the 'Top of the South', New Zealand 

      Fountain, Joanna; Cradock-Henry, N (Geoscience Society of New Zealand, 2019-11)
      Exposure to risks and hazards—including earthquakes, floods, snowstorms, and the current and anticipated impacts of climate change—have significant implications for rural regions throughout New Zealand. Agriculture and ...
    • Transforming food futures in the post-disaster setting of Kaikōura, Aotearoa-New Zealand 

      Fountain, Joanna; Cradock-Henry, N (2018-12)
      On 14 November 2016, a magnitude 7.8 earthquake struck the small coastal settlement of Kaikōura, Aotearoa-New Zealand. Severe damage to critical infrastructure brought significant logistical, economic and social challenges ...
    • Exploring gift-giving by brides and grooms 

      Arbouw, P (University of Wellington, New Zealand, 2019)
      Gift-giving is an important ritual for special occasions such as weddings and is usually explored in relation to gifts given by guests. This research explored gift-giving behaviour by the bride and groom in the modern ...
    • Using Turnitin for marking: A reflection 

      Arbouw, P; Barry, M-L (Ara Institute of Canterbury, New Zealand, 2019)
      This research presents findings based on the reflection of the two authors on the use of Turnitin for online marking for their own practice and the adoption journey of fellow lecturers post a departmental workshop. ...
    • Prior brand attitude and advertising effectiveness 

      Arbouw, P; Ballantine, P; Veer, E (University of Adelaide, 2018)
      Incongruent advertising can be effective to cut through advertising clutter, but does not always result in positive reactions from consumers. This paper investigates whether incongruent advertising could be used as a method ...