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Top items (149 items total)

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Learning for Survival, Resilience, Well-being and Continuance: An Epistemology and Pedagogy for Environmental Education/Education for Sustainability informed by Māori Culture97
The History of New Zealand/ Aotearoa Dolphins Cephalorhynchus hectori: Abundance and Distribution57
Reframing perceptions of anthropomorphism in wildlife film and documentary56
Iho - a cord between two worlds : Traditional Māori birthing practices29
Travelling towards 2050: Climate change, storytelling and the future of travel27
Using ArcGIS Story Map to Communicate an Emotive Topic: Responsible Cat Ownership in New Zealand26
Cameras for Conservation: How Photographing Wildlife Affects Engagement with Biodiversity26
In vitro meat: protein for twelve billion?23
Battling Extinction: Can Emphasising Different Features of Native Bats invoke Support for their Conservation?22
Tracing the lines of race & health online: A mixed-methods exploration of the African-American HIV/AIDS movement on Twitter21
Going Green: Evaluating the Effectiveness of Environmental Documentary Film19
Fight like a Physicist: Teaching Basic Physics Through the Medium of Karate17
Where Fact Meets Fiction - The Science Mockumentary16
Does anthropomorphism affect people's ability to distinguish fact from fiction?16
A Balance of Perspective in Global Society: An Argument for ‘Reverse Ethnography’ in Documentary Film.15
Music in the Science Classroom: The impact of content-based songs on learning and engagement15
Through the grapevine: In search of a rhetoric of industry-oriented science communication14
Visual appeal: How the characteristics of photographs can affect science communication in Chinese national parks12
Sharks and New Zealand News Media12
Mountain Film. An Analysis of the History and Characteristics of a Documentary Genre.12
Effective narratives to communicate science to children12
Life in the Underground: The Portrayal of Invertebrates in Children's Literature and Comics12
Funding conservation from the private sector in New Zealand.11
Activism, Science and the Infinite Game: Exploring the relationship between science and environmental activism10
The Yellow-eyed Penguin: A Review of Research and Policy10
How do homeopathy users perceive homeopathy?10
Science communication in risk management at a high-incidence location for suicide9
The Effects of Accents on Conservation Attitudes Towards Native Species8
Uncertainty, Precaution & Perception: Communicating the Risk of Heading in Football8
Attitudes to wildlife rescue8
Films to change a climate: the power of narrative in promoting action competency on climate change amongst New Zealand youth8
Future Food: Fiction and Reality8
Samba and the Afro-Brazilian favela communities8
Irrationality, Misinformation and the Role of Science Education in Science Communication.8
The Ideal Australian: The role of the gum tree in an Australian collective cultural identity7
Rainforest, Reef, and our Appetite for Beef: Communication for Sustainable Behaviour Change7
Perspectives on gaps in communication with breast cancer patients in New Zealand7
Does the production value of a short science video hosted on YouTube influence how much the desired audience is likely to enjoy and engage with it?6
Laborastories: Creative Assessment for NCEA Science6
Power of Inspiration. Analysing the use of a spokesperson to communicate the conservation of wildlife and the natural world.6
Life Story/ Science Story: Biography as a tool for science communication6
Funnily Serious: Using Comedy to Communicate Science5
Finding Hope on a Planet in Crisis: Combining Citizen Science and Tourism5
Awe and Pro-environmental Behaviour4
The Use of Regional Accent in Audio Health Communications3
The Biggest of All Families, The History of Taxonomy and its Impact on Society3
The Framing of Climate Change in New Zealand Newspapers3
Perspectives of Women in Science: past and present3
Communicating the sciences of Disaster Risk Reduction: media stories surrounding the Canterbury earthquakes of 2010-20113
Perception of Three Agricultural Applications of Genetic Engineering2
Combating the Selective Use of Science: the extraordinary case of elephants in captivity2
Evaluating the Media’s Role in Public and Political Responses to Human-Shark Interactions in NSW, Australia2
The Affect of Language on Attitudes Towards Levonorgestrel-based Emergency Contraception2
Health Infographics to Communicate Dietary Information for Colorectal Cancer Prevention2
Source of Expertise Affects Perceived Credibility of an Interview Used in a Medical Documentary1
Climate change and behaviour change : empowering youth action through narrative1
Dismantling media produced fear toward predators1
Making the Abstract Tangible: Computer Generated Images and the Science Documentary1
Commercialising Conservation: Communicating interdisciplinary strategies to reduce the conservation research implementation gap.1
Using Metaphor to Engage with Science1
Framing Conservation in New Zealand: Between Scientists and Journalists1
Tuatara and their Living Fossil Label1
Educating Critical Scientists: Critical Science Literacy in University STEM Subjects1

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Germany80
New Zealand62
United Kingdom46
China38
Russia32
France24
Philippines20
Australia18
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Canada14
Czech Republic14
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Argentina10
Chile10
Iran9
Austria6
Spain5
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Singapore2
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Taiwan2
Belize1
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Jordan1
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Indianapolis12
Auckland11
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Harbin3
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London2
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Albuquerque1
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