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Growing pains? Change in the New Zealand childcare market 2006-2016
Grounded Theory: The FAQs
Editorial: A Live Tradition
(Massey University Press, 2018-01-10)
An introduction to the life and work of Alistair Paterson, our featured poet in this issue
Is knee pain information on YouTube videos perceived to be helpful? An analysis of user comments and implications for dissemination on social media.
Objective: There is little research that characterises knee pain related information disseminated via social media. However, variances in the content and quality of such sources could compromise optimal patient care. This ...
Performing Grief: Mourning Does Indeed Become Electra
Electra is Greek tragedy’s mourner par excellence. In Sophocles’ dramatic version she is portrayed as stuck in a state of never-ending grief that fuels her desire for vengeance. On the modern stage she captures audiences’ ...
Introduction: Ancient Greek and Roman Multi-Sensory Spectacles of Grief
Is grief for the death of a loved one a universal, trans-historical emotion? What role does the historical, political and socio-cultural context play in how grief is understood, processed, performed, written about and ...