Rochelle Stewart-Withers
Rochelle Stewart-Withers
Development Studies; Massey University
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Qualitative research
R Stewart-Withers, G Banks, A McGregor, L Meo-Sewabu
Sage Publications Ltd, 2014
Talanoa: A contemporary qualitative methodology for sport management
R Stewart-Withers, K Sewabu, S Richardson
Sport Management Review 20 (1), 55-68, 2017
Suicide prevention and social capital: A Samoan perspective
RR Stewart-Withers, AP O’Brien
Health Sociology Review 15 (2), 209-220, 2006
Contesting a Third World development category: Female-headed households in Samoa
R Stewart-Withers
Women's Studies International Forum 34 (3), 171-184, 2011
Contesting development: The experience of female-headed households in Samoa
RR Stewart-Withers
Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation. Palmerston North: Massey University, 2007
‘BEING THERE’: Mothering and absence/presence in the field
T Farrelly, R Stewart-Withers, K Dombroski
Sites: a journal of social anthropology and cultural studies 11 (2), 25-56, 2014
Edge walking ethics
R Stewart-Withers
New Zealand Sociology 31 (4), 28-42, 2016
Rugby union driven migration as a means for sustainable livelihoods creation: A case study of iTaukei, indigenous Fijians
R Stewart-Withers, K Sewabu, S Richardson
Journal of Sport for Development 5 (9), 1-20, 2017
Being a single mum: pacific island mothers' positive experiences of parenting
R Stewart-Withers, R Scheyvens, P Fairbairn-Dunlop, ...
Families Commission, 2010
Sport as a vehicle for development: The influence of rugby league in/on the Pacific.
R Stewart-Withers, M Brook
Re-positioning the experiences and situation of single mothers: Accounts from Samoa
R StewARt-witheRS
Women's Studies Journal 25 (1), 47, 2011
Sport for social change with Aotearoa New Zealand youth: Navigating the theory–practice nexus through indigenous principles
J Hapeta, R Stewart-Withers, F Palmer
Journal of Sport Management 33 (5), 481-492, 2019
Complexities of development management in the 2020s: Aligning values, skills and competencies in development studies
HM Leslie, G Banks, G Prinsen, R Scheyvens, R Stewart‐Withers
Asia Pacific Viewpoint 59 (2), 235-245, 2018
Increasing the Value of Sportsgenerated Remittances into the Pacific: A Research into a Pacific-wide Sport-for-Development Activity—Fieldwork Report
R Stewart-Withers, K Sewabu, S Richardson
Unpublished, 2014
Pacific research guidelines and protocols
L Meo-Sewabu, E Hughes, R Stewart-Withers
Pacific Research Guidelines and Protocols, 2017
Using critical discourse analysis and the concept of food security to understand pregnant women’s nutrition in Aotearoa/New Zealand.
B Raven, R Stewart-Withers
New Zealand College of Midwives Journal, 35-43, 2019
Contesting development: the experience of female-headed households in Samoa: a dissertation presented in fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy …
RR Stewart-Withers
Massey University, 2008
Chapter 13: Gender, sport and livelihoods
R Stewart-Withers
Developing Sport for Women and Girls, 147-160, 2020
'Get into groups': Exploring how Physical Education (PE) can be a more empowering experience for Pacific Island young women
M Greene, R Stewart-Withers
New Zealand Physical Educator 51 (2), 4, 2018
Covid-19 and the Instrumental Use of Sport: What Does the Future Hold for Sport-for-Development Organizations?
H Morgan, J Hapeta, R Stewart-Withers, J Coleman
Time Out: Sport and the Corona Lockdown., 2020
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