The purpose of this study is to explore the ethical implications of tobacco ‘denormalisation’ as a population-based risk management strategy, through an examination of how this strategy informs patient-provider interactions involving smokers in primary health care settings.
Exploring what university teachers think about ‘education for sustainability’, ‘environmental literacy’ and their possible roles within these domainsby Shephard, Kerry
A significant exploration is underway within the University of Otago to better understand the ecological worldviews/sustainability literacy/environmental literacy of Otago’s students.
Negotiating heterosexual sex and sexual consent: Interpretations of sexual images and communications with sexual partnersby Beres, Melanie Ann
The major goal of this project is to explore how adults negotiate their sexual experiences and how they understand and construct consent to sex within their heterosexual relationships.
This research focuses on the lives and careers of Caribbean teachers who have migrated to the UK through recruitment schemes by the UK government to fill the breach in areas of shortage within UK schools.