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Anthropological engagement with the Anthropocene: A critical review
(Bergahn Journals, 2015-09-01)
The new geological interval, the Anthropocene, or the ‘era of the human’ refers to the planetary scale of anthropogenic influences on the composition and function of the Earth’s ecosystems and all life forms (Steffen, ...
Managing professional identity within a changing market environment: New Zealand optometrists’ responses to the growth of corporate optometry
(The Royal Society of New Zealand, 2019-12-11)
Attitudes of a farming community towards urban growth and rural fragmentation – An Auckland case study
As the global population continues to increase, rural areas are expected to accommodate future growth at the same time as continuing to feed growing populations. This tension is greatest on those who farm land that is ...
Neoliberal governmentality and the respatialisation of childcare in Ireland
While geographers have contributed greatly to knowledge of the unequal effects of childcare delivery for parents and children as service users, the changing form this provision has taken over the last 10. years has received ...
Puke Ahu: articulating a place-based, university campus identity
© 2016 The Royal Society of New Zealand. Universities in Aotearoa New Zealand are public institutions established on lands purchased or acquired by government since 1869. As particular sites in the built landscape, they ...
"Heroes" and "Villains" of World History across Cultures
(PUBLIC LIBRARY SCIENCE, 2015-02-04)