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Pacific Accounting Review – The First Twenty-Five Years
(Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2013)
Purpose – In 2012, Pacific Accounting Review (PAR) completed its 25th year of existence. This paper aims to review all articles published in PAR as a report on the “stewardship” of the journal. Design/methodology/approach ...
The impact of rural policing on the private lives of New Zealand police officers
(Vathek Publishing Ltd, 2010)
This article is concerned with perceived differences between rural and urban policing in New Zealand. More specifically with how officers view the effect that rural and urban policing has on their private lives and those ...
Effects of health policy reforms on nursing resources and patient outcomes in New Zealand.
Health policy reforms in New Zealand during the 1990s impacted on hospital operations, on the nursing workforce, and on patients. This study analyses changes in rates of 20 adverse patient outcomes that are potentially ...
Living large: the experiences of large-bodied women when accessing general practice services.
INTRODUCTION: Numerous studies report high levels of stigma and discrimination experienced by obese/overweight women within the health care system and society at large. Despite general practice being the most utilised point ...
Untold Stories: Anglo-Indians in New Zealand
(NZ Asia Foundation, 2016-10-12)
The impact of childhood sexual abuse on psychological distress among women in New Zealand.
PROBLEMS: In order to better understand the long-term impact of child sex abuse, this study examined the association between women's experience of abuse, health symptoms, and psychological distress in adulthood. There is ...
Diversity and composition of demersal fishes along a depth gradient assessed by baited remote underwater stereo-video.
BACKGROUND: Continental slopes are among the steepest environmental gradients on earth. However, they still lack finer quantification and characterisation of their faunal diversity patterns for many parts of the world. ...
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 ...
Role typology for health and safety representatives
(EMERALD GROUP PUBLISHING LIMITED, 2012-01-01)