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‘It’s a harsh fact of life with the RMA’: Neo-liberalism and the realities of community sports facility development by the private sector in New Zealand
(Taylor & Francis, 2018)
Despite the importance of facilities as primary sites for delivery of leisure and sport services, there has been a scarcity of academic literature on the provision of community sports facilities and the processes through ...
Measurement of cardiorespiratory fitness in children from two commonly used field tests after accounting for body fatness and maturity
Body fat and maturation both influence cardiorespiratory fitness, however few studies have taken these variables into account when using field tests to predict children's fitness levels. The purpose of this study was to ...
Globalization, creative alliance and self-Orientalism: Negotiating Japanese identity within Asics global advertising production
(SAGE Publications, 2017-10-10)
This article deploys the notion of 'self-Orientalization' to empirically investigate the signifying practices across the East–West divide for the construction of global advertising campaigns by Japanese sport brand Asics. ...
Soft infrastructure for hard times: Collaborative planning for the (re)building of better homes, towns and cities
Disaster recovery involves the restoration, repair and rejuvenation of both hard and soft infrastructure. In this report we present observations from seven case studies of collaborative planning from post-earthquake ...
Earthquake response #1: enquiry, research, design and community projects, responding to the Canterbury earthquakes from September 2010
(Lincoln University. Faculty of Environment, Society and Design. School of Landscape Architecture., 2012)
The September and February earthquakes were terrifying and devastating. In February, 185 people were killed (this number excludes post earthquake related deaths) and several thousand injured. Damage to infrastructure above ...