49 datasets found

  • WIPNZ2007: World Internet Project New Zealand Benchmark Survey

    The University of Auckland
    Since 2007, the Institute of Culture, Discourse, and Communication (ICDC) at AUT University, has been conducting a long-term survey to track trends in Internet use, and to document the role and impact of the Internet in New Zealand society. The Internet has changed how business and trade deals are made; how schools and other academic institutions,...
    Created 1 August 2019 Updated 1 November 2021
  • WIPNZ2009: World Internet Project New Zealand

    The University of Auckland
    From 2007, the Institute of Culture, Discourse and Communication (ICDC) at AUT University is conducting a long-term survey to track trends in Internet use, and to document the role and impact of the Internet in New Zealand society. The Internet has changed how business and trade deals are made; how schools and other academic institutions, councils, media...
    Created 1 August 2019 Updated 1 November 2021
  • WIPNZ2013: World Internet Project New Zealand

    The University of Auckland
    From 2007, the Institute of Culture, Discourse and Communication (ICDC) at AUT University is conducting a long-term survey to track trends in Internet use, and to document the role and impact of the Internet in New Zealand society. The Internet has changed how business and trade deals are made; how schools and other academic institutions, councils, media...
    Created 1 August 2019 Updated 1 November 2021
  • Soil CO2 efflux in an old-growth southern conifer forest

    The University of Auckland
    This is the research data set underlying the article "Soil CO2 efflux in an old-growth southern conifer forest (Agathis australis) – magnitude, components, and controls" which is published in the journal SOIL (doi:10.5194/soil-2016-21).Total soil CO2 efflux, autotrophic and heterotrophic respiration, and soil data was measured in the University of...
    Created 1 August 2019 Updated 1 November 2021
  • NZES1993: New Zealand Election Survey

    The University of Auckland
    The post-election survey focused on voting trends and decision-making in the 1993 New Zealand general election. Voters were questioned on: parties/politicians and the politics and issues of each; economic policy; attitudes to other policies and values; their attitudes on the extent of representation and the level of participation; party preferences and...
    Created 1 August 2019 Updated 1 November 2021
  • NZES1996: New Zealand Election Study

    The University of Auckland
    The objectives of the 1996 election study were two-fold: to monitor the democratic process during New Zealand’s transition from a plurality (first-past-the-post) electoral system to a proportional (MMP) system, and to gauge the attitudes, opinions and behaviours of electors. Two election surveys were conducted – one during the campaign and the other after...
    Created 1 August 2019 Updated 1 November 2021
  • NZES1999: New Zealand Election Study

    The University of Auckland
    The 1999 survey comprised questions on respondents' interest in politics and the election campaign, the type of communication (e.g. phone calls, letters) received from members of campaigning parties, important election and social issues, democracy, parties and the political system, policies, party preference and voting, government and the electoral system...
    Created 1 August 2019 Updated 1 November 2021
  • NZES2002: New Zealand Election Study

    The University of Auckland
    The 2002 NZES had five major components: A New General Sample, which involved a proportionately random selection from the general parliamentary electorates; the Election to Election Panels, which was conducted post-election and included respondents from the 1996 and 1999 NZESes; the Campaign Pre-Election Sample and Pre-Post Panel, which involved a random...
    Created 1 August 2019 Updated 1 November 2021
  • NZES2005: New Zealand Election Study

    The University of Auckland
    The 2005 NZES had two main elements. The first was the study’s standard post-election survey, with questionnaires sent by post to several thousand New Zealanders. The second was more experimental, and took place on the Internet only, in two waves, one immediately before the election and another after the final results were announced. Unlike most Internet...
    Created 1 August 2019 Updated 1 November 2021
  • NZES2008: New Zealand Election Study

    The University of Auckland
    The 2008 election was held on November 8. The result was a change of government from a Labour-led to a National-led government. The 2008 Election Study includes module 3 of the Comparative Study of Electoral Systems (CSES) programme. The data set contains 3,042 respondents, of whom 636 are an oversample from the seven Māori electorates. Part of the data...
    Created 1 August 2019 Updated 1 November 2021
  • NZES2011: New Zealand Election and Referendum Study

    The University of Auckland
    The 2011 New Zealand General Election was held November 26th. This survey includes module 4 of the Comparative Study of Electoral Systems (CSES) programme and also includes questions that will be used to analyse the results of the electoral system referendum concurrent with the election.
    Created 1 August 2019 Updated 1 November 2021
  • NZES2014: New Zealand Election Study

    The University of Auckland
    The general election was held on 20 September, 2014. Its outcome was the re-election of a National Party-led government for a third term. We generated new knowledge about relationships between psychological personality types and political behaviour, particularly for participation and civic engagement. We also tested the extent to which individuals'...
    Created 1 August 2019 Updated 1 November 2021
  • NZES1990: New Zealand Election Survey

    The University of Auckland
    This post-election survey focused on voting trends and decision making in the 1990 New Zealand general election. Respondents were questioned on: the importance to them of various issues such as inflation, unemployment, economic growth, defence, health, social welfare, law and order, education; which party was most likely, as a government, to address these...
    Created 1 August 2019 Updated 1 November 2021
  • Data for Perry et al. 2016 Oikos (DoI: 10.1111/oik.03680)

    The University of Auckland
    This dataset contains the xy location of individuals as analysed in Perry et al. Oikos 2016 (DoI:  10.1111/oik.03680) and information on functional traits for each species.
    Created 1 August 2019 Updated 1 November 2021
  • ISSP1991: Religion I

    The University of Auckland
    The start of 20 years of International Social Survey Programme (ISSP) surveys within New Zealand by Professor Philip Gendall, Department of Marketing, Massey University. A verbose rundown on topics follows. Attitudes towards religious behaviours. Topics: Personal estimation of happiness; assessment of responsibility of the state regarding job...
    Created 1 August 2019 Updated 1 November 2021
  • ISSP1992: Social Inequality II

    The University of Auckland
    The second of 20 years of International Social Survey Programme (ISSP) surveys within New Zealand by Professor Philip Gendall, Department of Marketing, Massey University. A verbose rundown on topics covered follows. Judgement on social justice and social differences in the country. Social prestige of respondents and selected occupations. Most important...
    Created 1 August 2019 Updated 1 November 2021
  • ISSP1993: Environment I

    The University of Auckland
    The third of 20 years of International Social Survey Programme (ISSP) surveys within New Zealand by Professor Philip Gendall, Department of Marketing, Massey University. A verbose rundown on topics covered follows. Attitudes towards environmental protection. Preferred government measures for environmental protection. Obedience or self-determination as...
    Created 1 August 2019 Updated 1 November 2021
  • ISSP1994: Family and Changing Gender Roles II

    The University of Auckland
    The fourth of 20 years of International Social Survey Programme (ISSP) surveys within New Zealand by Professor Philip Gendall, Department of Marketing, Massey University. A verbose rundown on topics covered follows. The significance of family and changing sex roles. Attitude to employment of women (scale); attitude to role distribution of man and woman;...
    Created 1 August 2019 Updated 1 November 2021
  • ISSP1995: National Identity I

    The University of Auckland
    The fifth of 20 years of International Social Survey Programme (ISSP) surveys within New Zealand by Professor Philip Gendall, Department of Marketing, Massey University. A verbose rundown on topics covered follows. Questions on national consciousness and national identity. Solidarity with the part of town, the city, the region, the nation and with the...
    Created 1 August 2019 Updated 1 November 2021
  • ISSP1996: Role of Government III

    The University of Auckland
    The sixth of 20 years of International Social Survey Programme (ISSP) surveys within New Zealand by Professor Philip Gendall, Department of Marketing, Massey University. ISSP is a continuing annual programme of cross-national collaboration on surveys covering topics important for social science research. It brings together pre-existing social science...
    Created 1 August 2019 Updated 1 November 2021
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