Projects tagged with Information & Communications Technology
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Topics: Research, Grants, Funding, Contracts & Fundraising, Gambling, Information & Communications Technology, Media & Communications, Social Media
The Ministry expects this piece of research to explore the following questions; What effect does marketing (including advertising, sponsorship or promotion) of gambling have on public views and attitudes regarding the desirability of gambling and the attractiveness of participating?
with: NZ On Air
Since 1989 NZ On Air has measured local free-to-air television content. This report compares the schedules of the six national free-to-air channels, to observe trends and changes in the local content landscape. Local content comprised 37% of prime time schedules (35% in 2010). Māori Television again screened...
8 Dec 2011
Topics: Policy, Healthcare, Evaluation, Biotechnology, Information & Communications Technology, Social Media
Consultation on the Direct-to-Consumer Advertising of Prescription Medicines in New Zealand: Consultation Document took place during March and April 2006. The consultation document reviewed the policy debate on direct-to-consumer advertising of prescription medicines (DTCA) as it relates to New Zealand, outlining the current...
with: Statistics New Zealand
Topics: Methodology, Monitoring, Leadership, Information & Communications Technology, Media & Communications
In general, national statistics offices produce a range of key national economic indicators and population estimates. They may also produce other social, cultural, and environmental statistics, but not always. This paper defines the statistics generated by government agencies, whether from administrative or survey data, as...
Topics: Research, Drugs & Alcohol, Māori, Youth, Lifestyle & Standard of Living, Communicating, Information & Communications Technology, Media & Communications
In the 2010 Youth Insights Survey, 14- to 15-year-olds who recalled Smoking Not Our Future were asked a series of questions about the impact of the ads. Findings suggested that the ads had high impact, particularly among young Māori, who were as likely or more likely as non-Māori to agree with statements about impact. For...
Topics: Research, Drugs & Alcohol, Youth, Communicating, Information & Communications Technology, Media & Communications
In the 2010 Youth Insights Survey, 14- to 15-year-olds were asked about their awareness of Face the Facts ads as well as impact of the ads. Most young people were aware of the ads and awareness was as high among young Māori as non-Māori. The ads also appeared to have high impact among young people. Non-smokers, non-Māori, and...
Guidance and Protection: What New Zealanders want from the classification system for films and games
This qualitative study presents the views of 23 participants who told us their thoughts on the current classification system, how they use it in making decisions about films and games for themselves and young people, and what their ideal classification system would look like. The study expands qualitatively on the findings of a...
2 Jun 2011
Topics: Policy, Public Service, Healthcare, Evaluation, Inequality, Information & Communications Technology
This paper was prepared in 2010 as a report of a review of those HIAs (including the WOHIAs) funded as part of the Learning by Doing initiative in 2007/08 and 2008/09. The review was based on the newly developed UK Review Package for Health Impact Assessment Reports of Development Projects (Fredsgaard et al 2009) (‘the Review...
This report presents the findings from a comprehensive three-stage research programme designed to inform and guide the Broadcasting Standards Authority and broadcasters. Talkback radio is an important component of radio programming. One in three New Zealanders listens to talkback radio, and its enthusiasts,...
More than ever before, New Zealanders love watching films, playing games, and making use of the growing variety of other forms of entertainment media. This report updates previous research, Public Understanding of Censorship, published in 2007. Aspects of the research may be of particular interest to, among...
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