UC SPARK - University of Canterbury - New Zealand

Associate Professor Bronwyn Mary Hayward

School of Language, Social and Political Sciences; Political Science and International Relations

Fields of Research

  • Children and youth politics
  • Climate change
  • Urban governance and planning
  • Resilience
  • Social research
  • Citizenship and civics education
  • New Zealand politics
  • Environmental policy

Researcher Summary

Bronwyn researches citizenship and sustainability, with a particular focus on children & youth in a rapidly changing physical and socio-economic environment.

Head of Department of Political Science and International Relations and director of the Sustainable Citizenship and Civic Imagination: Hei Puāwaitanga research group http://www.arts.canterbury.ac.nz/political/scci.shtml at UC, Bronwyn is a co-researcher at the University of Oslo on the Voices of the Future project and a co-investigator with the Centre for Understanding Sustainable prosperity, at the University of Surrey, UK. She is also Senior Visiting Fellow: Centre for Environmental Strategy (University of Surrey) and was visiting fellow: Tyndall Centre for climate change research 2008-2010.

Bronwyn was lead author for two UN Environment Programme reports on 18-35 year olds' attitudes to lifestyles and sustainability (UK/NZ). Her latest book is Children, Citizenship and Environment (2012) London, Routledge. She is a member of the International Social Sciences Council steering committee for Transformation, and chair of NZPSA All Universities Working party on Civics, Citizenship and Political Literacy http://www.nzpsa.com/civics-citizenship-and-political-literacy

Bronwyn has worked for children's TV, served as a ministerial appointee to NZ Broadcasting Standards Authority, and is a trustee of SPARK Foundation.

Bronwyn was inaugural co-winner of UC Arts Conscience & Critic of Society Research Award 2014

Subject Area: Disciplines

Research Projects

Research Groups

Future Research

  • Understand changing attitudes and values of public over time

Key Methodologies

  • Longitudinal studies
  • Multimedia
  • Resilience (social, economic, cultural and environmental)
  • Deliberative processes
  • Citizen juries
  • Children’s research methodologies
  • Multicultural research
  • Interdiciplinery research
  • Political communication

Affiliations

Research/Scholarly/Creative Works

Authored Book Chapter
  • Hayward B., Collins R. and Nissen S. (2016) Children and Environment. In Demeritt D; Castree N; Richardson D (Ed.), The International Encyclopaedia of Geography: forthcoming. London: Wiley.
  • Hayward B. and Cretney R. (2015) Governing Through Disaster. In Hayward J (Ed.), New Zealand Government and Politics (6th ed.): 403-415. Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Hayward B. (2014) Re-imagining and Rebuilding Local Democracy. In Bennett B; Dann J; Johnson E; Reynolds R (Ed.), Once in a Lifetime: City-building after Disaster in Christchurch: 179-185. Christchurch: Freerange Press Christchurch.
  • Hayward B. and O'Brien K. (2014) Social contracts in a changing climate: security of what and for whom? In O Brien K; Lera St Clair A; Kristoffersen B (Ed.), Climate Change, Ethics and Human Security (1st ed.): 199-214. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Hayward B., Selboe E. and O'Brien K. (2014) Supporting resilience global citizenship in a changing climate: Lessons from Norway, Samoa and New Zealand. In Research UNICEFOO (Ed.), The Challenges of Climate Change: Children on the front line: 79-86. Florence: Innocenti Insight, UNICEF Office of Research.
  • Hayward B. (2013) The social handprint: Decentring the politics of sustainability after an Urban disaster. In Rawes M (Ed.), Relational Architectural Ecologies: Architecture, Nature and Subjectivity: 233-248. London: Routledge.
  • Hayward BM. (2013) The social handprint of sustainable citizenship. In O'Brien K; Wolf J; Sygna L (Ed.), A Changing Environment for Human Security: Transformative Approaches to Research, Policy and Action: 327-335. London: Earthscan Routledge.
  • Hayward B. (2011) Addressing dangerous climate change: Why citizenship matters more than behaviour change. In Lawrence J; Cornforth A; Barrett P (Ed.), Climate Futures: Pathways for Society: 75-79. Wellington: New Zealand Climate Change Research Institute.
  • Hayward B., Donald H. and Okeroa E. (2011) Flourishing: Young Lives Well Lived in New Zealand. In Programme UNE (Ed.), Visions for Change: Country Papers: 56-61. Paris: United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP).
  • Hayward B., Jackson T. and Evans D. (2011) UK Youth: The conflicts of contemporary lifestyles. In Programme UNE (Ed.), Visions for Change: Country Papers: 99-105. Paris: United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP).
  • Hayward B. and O'Brien K. (2010) Social contracts in a changing climate: Security of what and for whom? In O'Brien K; Clair ALS; Kristoffersen B (Ed.), Climate Change, Ethics and Human Security: 199-214. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Wilson-Kelly N. and Hayward B. (2009) What Makes Them Tick? Some Young Women Voters' Motivations and Attitudes in Aotearoa New Zealand. In Macmillan K; Leslie J; McLeay E (Ed.), Rethinking Women and Politics: New Zealand and Comparative Perspectives: 131-158. Wellington: Victoria University Press.
  • Hayward B. (2006) Public Participation. In Miller R (Ed.), New Zealand Government and Politics (4th ed.): 514-524. Auckland: Oxford University Press.
  • Hayward B. (2003) Deliberative Planning and Urban Sustainability: A Christchurch Case Study. In Freeman C; Thompson-Fawcett M (Ed.), Living Space: Towards Sustainable Settlements in New Zealand: 113-127. Dunedin: University of Otago Press.
  • Hayward B. (1999) Commentary: Birkeland on Community Participation in Urban Project Assessment: An Eco-Feminist Analysis. In Turner B (Ed.), Technology and Public Participation: 113-142. wollongong: Wollongong University Press.
  • Hayward B. (1997) Public participation. In Miller Raymond (Ed.), New Zealand Politics in Transition: 408-417. Auckland: Oxford University Press.
  • Hayward B. (1996) The Greening of participatory democracy: A reconsideration of Theory. In Mathews F (Ed.), Ecology and Democracy: 215-236. London: Frank Cass.
Journal Article
  • Hayward B., Selboe E. and Plew E. (2015) Citizenship for a changing global climate: Learning from New Zealand and Norway. Citizenship, Social and Economics Education 14(1): 19-27. http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/2047173415577506.
  • Hayward B. (2009) Our Changing Political and Global Climate: Can we "grow" and remain "happy"? Women Talking Politics 7(Summer): 1-3.
  • Hayward B. (2008) Let's Talk about the Weather: De-centering Democratic Debate about Climate Change. Hypatia: A Journal of Feminist Philosophy 23(3): 79-98.
  • Hayward B. (2008) 'Nowhere far from the Sea': Political challenges of coastal adaptation to climate change in New Zealand. Political Science 60(1): 47-59.
  • Hayward B. (2008) Political Science: Editorial. Political Science 60(1): 3-7.
  • Hayward B. (1993) Participatory Democracy: Questions raised by feminist involvement with practise and theory. Political Science 45: 27-39.
  • Hayward B. (1991) Getting Heard in the Green Debate: Environmental Policy and Strong Democracy in New Zealand. Sites: Journal for Radical Perspectives on Culture 22(Summer): 54-63.
Conference Contribution - Other
  • Hayward B. (2015) Legacy Stories for a city in transition: Filling the Gaps after a natural disaster.
  • Hayward B. (2015) NZPSA working group on civics, citizenship and political literacy at NCEA. Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand: New Zealand Political Studies Association, 2-4 Dec 2015
  • Hayward B. (2015) What kind of citizen? Empowering a generation for a changing world. Nelson, New Zealand: 2015 New Zealand Social Sciences Conference, 28-30 Sep 2015
  • Hayward BM. (2015) How social sciences and humanities can collaborate to transform responses to disaster: A case study from Christchurch. United Nations University Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan: How social sciences and humanities can collaborate to transform responses to disaster: A case study from Christchurch, 19 Jan 2015
  • Scott K., Masselot A. and Hayward B. (2015) Skivers, Strivers and Thrivers: The impact of the shift from welfare to wellbeing on women in New Zealand and the United Kingdom. Sheffield, UK: Economic and Social Research Committee Conference on the Politics of Wellbeing, 17-17 Jul 2015
  • Hayward B. (2014) Rethinking resilience: reflections on the earthquakes in Christchurch, New Zealand 2010 and 2011. Montpellier, France: Resilience 2014: Resilience and Development, Mobilizing for Transformation, 4-8 May 2014
  • Hayward B. (2014) Tipping the Scales: Inequality and Child Poverty in New Zealand. Christchurch, New Zealand: Word 2014 Readers and Writers Festival, 27-30 Aug 2014
  • Hayward B. (2014) Understanding our Social Handprint. Wellington, New Zealand: Democracy, Ethics and the Public Good, 1-2 Aug 2014
  • Hayward B., Selboe E. and O'Brien K. (2014) Climate, Citizenship and Rethinking Civics: Learning from, for and with a new generation of youth political activists. Auckland, New Zealand: New Zealand Political Science Association Conference 2014 (NZPSA), 1-3 Dec 2014
  • Selboe E., Nordbø MJ., Hayward BM. and O'Brien K. (2014) Norwegian youth mobilizing for transformation: The preconditions of resilient protest. Montpellier, France: Resilience 2014: Resilience and Development, Mobilizing for Transformation, 4-8 May 2014
  • Ford G., Watson K. and Hayward B. (2013) The New Zealand Political Language Corpus and Citizen Taxpayer: Introducing a new corpus and a case study exploring representations of the taxpayer. Christchurch, New Zealand: New Zealand Political Studies Association Conference, 2-3 Dec 2013
  • Hayward B. (2013) Tapping into the New Political Energy. Wellington, New Zealand: Four Countries Conference: UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, 27-28 Feb 2013
  • Hayward BM. (2012) 100 days to rebuild suffrage: Reclaiming a democratic imagination in a changing world. Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand: New Zealand Political Science Association Conference, 26-28 Nov 2012
  • Hayward BM. (2012) Children, citizenship and environment. University of Surrey, Guildford, UK: UK Sustainable Lifestyles Research Group Seminar Series 2012, 25-25 Oct 2012
  • Hayward BM. (2012) Citizenship and environment: Nurturing young citizens for sustainability leadership. Auckland, New Zealand: New Zealand Tertiary Education Summit, 29-30 Nov 2012
  • Hayward BM. (2012) Fair weather: Climate, children and youth - a question of justice. Christchurch, New Zealand: 5th Annual Hillary Symposium: The case for Climate Equity, 10-10 Dec 2012
  • Hayward BM. (2012) New Zealand: Nurturing a democratic imagination in a changing world. Frankfurt, Germany: International LITCAM conference, 8-9 Oct 2012
  • Hayward BM. (2012) Rethinking Citizenship. London, UK: Rethinking Citizenship SEED Workshop, 26-26 Oct 2012
  • Hayward BM. (2012) Rethinking Resilience: Politics and Earthquake. Lincoln, New Zealand: Designing for resilience: NZILA Conference, 28-30 Jun 2012
  • Hayward BM. (2012) Understanding the social science of a changing climate. Christchurch, New Zealand: ICE FEST 2012, 14 Sep-15 Oct 2012
  • Hayward BM. (2012) Young citizen wellbeing: Why a democratic imagination is essential. Wellington, New Zealand: International Conference on Wellbeing and Public Policy, 13-15 Jun 2012
  • Hayward B. (2011) Rethinking Resilience: Reflections on the Christchurch earthquake and aftershocks. Auckland, New Zealand: Environment and Conservation Organisations of Aotearoa New Zealand (ECO) Annual Conference, 1-3 Jul 2011
  • Hayward B. (2011) Re-thinking Sustainability for a New Generation: Understanding the implications of youth struggle for citizenship, political agency and freedom. London, UK: RESOLVE Conference 2011, 15-15 Jun 2011
  • Hayward B. (2010) Bowling with a sponsor: New Zealand children's attitudes to citizenship and climate change mitigation. Edinburgh, UK: 60th Political Studies Association Annual Conference.
  • Hayward B. and O'Brien K. (2009) Security of What, for Whom? Rethinking Social Contracts in a Changing Climate. University of Oslo, Norway: GECHS Synthesis Conference: Human Security in an Era of Global Change, 22-24 Jun 2009
  • Jackson T. and Hayward B. (2009) Global Sustainable Lifestyle Survey: Attitudes of Young British Respondents. Paris, France: Global Survey on Sustainable Lifestyles: Global Workshop, 12-13 Oct 2009
  • O'Brien K., Hayward B. and Berkes F. (2009) Rethinking Social Contracts: Building Resilience in a Changing Climate.
  • Brown K. and Hayward B. (2008) Nowhere far from the sea: Exploring resilience in coastal communities. Stockholm, Sweden: Resilience 2008: International Science and Policy Conference, 14-17 Apr 2008
  • Hayward B. (2008) Growing Greens? Children's Attitudes to Citizenship, Environment and Climate Change: The New Zealand Experience. University of Surrey, Guildford, UK: Resolve Centre Surrey University and UK Economic and Social Research Seminar Series, 11-11 Nov 2008
  • Hayward B. (2008) Rediscovering the Lost Forests of Winnie the Pooh: The Challenge of Interpretation for Climate Change and Sustainability Education. Dunkeld, UK: FEI and Forest School Networking Event, 13-15 Nov 2008
  • Hayward B. (2008) Story telling: Empowering Children in a Changing Environment. Dunkeld, Scotland: FEI and Forest School Networking Event, 13-15 Nov 2008
  • Hayward B. and Brown K. (2007) No where far from the Sea, Iconic places and community resilience. Christchurch, New Zealand: New Zealand Political Studies Association (NZPSA) Research Roundtable: The Politics of Climate change Lessons for New Zealand and Small States of the Pacific, 15-15 Nov 2007
  • Hayward B., Buck J., Dalton W., Tai-Rakena NKA., Sheerin C. and Donald H. (2007) Facing the Past, Listening to Our Future: how children talk about politics, identity and environment in New Zealand. Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand: Transformations 2007: Composing the nation: ideas, peoples, histories, languages, cultures, economies, 27-28 Aug 2007
  • Palmer G., Hayward B., Jackson T., Sharples P., Benson-Pope D. and Winder P. (2007) Sustainability and our social and cultural aspirations. Wellington, New Zealand: PCE20 Forum: Advancing Environmental Sustainability, 1-2 Mar 2007
  • Hayward B., Donald H., Sheerin C. and Rakena A. (2006) Whakarongo mai! Listen to me! How young people talk about politics in New Zealand. Australian National University, Canberra, Australia: Dialogue across Difference: Governance in a Multicultural Era, 4-5 Dec 2006
  • Catt H., Hayward B. and Wood B. (2005) Now or Never! The Impact of Political Education on Civic Participation. Dunedin, New Zealand: 53rd Australasian Political Studies Association Conference, 28 Sep 2005
  • Hayward B. and Catt H. (2005) Children's participation and citizenship in action. Te Papa, Wellington, New Zealand: New Zeland Secondary teachers- Social Studies, 1 Nov 2005
  • Hayward B. and Tan A. (2004) Citizenship, Security and Political Rights: An Analysis of Public Submissions on the New Zealand Identity (Citizenship and Travel) Bill 2004. Waikato University, Hamilton, New Zealand: New Zealand Political Science Conference, 22 Nov 2004
Discussion/Working Paper
  • Druckman A., Buck I., Hayward B. and Jackson T. (2012) Unpaid time and gender: what are the implications for carbon emissions? Sustainable Lifestyles Research Group, UK. 25pp.
  • Hayward B. (2002) Broadcasting Balance Important for Diverse Democracy. Broadcasting Standards Authority Quarterly No 13.
Other
  • Hayward BM. and Roy J. (2016) CHAPTER 5: Approaches to implementing a strengthened global response to the threat of climate change. Summary. In SIXTH ASSESSMENT REPORT (AR6) PRODUCTS: Outline of the Special Report on the impacts of global warming of 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels and related global greenhouse gas emission pathways, in the context of strengthening the global response to th: 14-16. Geneva: International Panel on Climate change. | http://www.ipcc.ch/apps/eventmanager/documents/40/210920161009-Doc.11-Outline1.5.pdf.
  • Hayward B., Larrère C., Schmid L. and Frame D. (2015) The Anthropocene Challenge in Age of Resilience. New Zealand Royal Society and Radio New Zealand, Sep 2015. [Radio Broadcast].
  • Hayward B. (2014) Nancy Higgins and Claire Freeman (eds),Childhoods: Growing up in Aotearoa New Zealand. Dunedin: Otago University Press, 2013; 326pp. Education Aotearoa 5(1): 36. [Book Review].
  • Hayward B. (2007) Living Together: Towards Inclusive Communities by Michelle Thompson-Fawcett and Claire Freeman ed. Otago University Press, Dunedin. 2007. Kotuitui: New Zealand Journal of Social Sciences Online 2(2): 115-117. | http://www.rsnz.org/publish/kotuitui/2007/10.php. [Book review].
  • Hayward B. (2006) Baber, Walter F. and Robert V. Bartlett. 2005. Deliberative Environmental Politics: Democracy and ecological rationality. Journal of Human Security 2(2): 57-59. [Book Review].
  • Hayward B. (2005) Public Policy In New Zealand: Institutions, Processes and Outcomes. Political Science 1: 95-96. [Book Review].
  • Cartwright P., Bryant RS., Mcgregor JH. and Hayward BM. (2002) BEFORE THE BROADCASTING STANDARDS AUTHORITY: 26pp.Decision No: 2002-067 -068 -069 -070, 6 June 2002 IN THE MATTER of the Broadcasting Act 1989 AND complaints by MARTIN ELLIOTT, ARNE HERRMANN and SARAH MACDONALD vs. TELEVISION NEW ZEALAND LTD Complaint: Holmes - sensitive information about two women found on second-hand computer hard drive - women.
  • Cartwright PJ., Bryant RS. and Hayward BM. (2002) Broadcasting Standards Authority Decision 2002-088, in the matter of the Broadcasting Act 1989: Marcel Spencer of Taranaki VS. Broadcaster TVNZ Ltd, Election Programme.
  • Cartwright PJ., Bryant RS., McGregor JH. and Hayward BM. (2002) BEFORE THE BROADCASTING STANDARDS AUTHORITY Decision No: 2002-040 IN THE MATTER of the Broadcasting Act 1989 AND a complaint by DR T G L SHIRTCLIFFE Vs. Broadcaster RADIO NEW ZEALAND LTD Complaint: Mana News - call for voters to vote for one mayoral candidate - unbalanced - encouraged discrimination against non-MaoriBEFORE THE BROADCASTING STANDARDS AUTHORITY Decision No: 2002-040 IN THE MATTER of the Broadcasting Act 1989 AND a complaint by DR T G L SHIRTCLIFFE Vs. Broadcaster RADIO NEW ZEALAND LTD Complaint: Mana News - call for voters to vote for one mayoral candidate - unbalanced - encouraged discrimination against non-MaoriBEFORE THE BROADCASTING STANDARDS AUTHORITY Decision No: 2002-040 IN THE MATTER of the Broadcasting Act 1989 AND a complaint by DR T G L SHIRTCLIFFE Vs. Broadcaster RADIO NEW ZEALAND LTD Complaint: Mana News - call for voters to vote for one mayoral candidate - unbalanced - encouraged discrimination against non-MaoriBEFORE THE BROADCASTING STANDARDS AUTHORITY Decision No: 2002-040 IN T.
  • Cartwright PJ., Bryant RS., McGregor JH. and Hayward BM. (2002) BEFORE THE BROADCASTING STANDARDS AUTHORITY: 9pp. Decision No: 2002-031 and -032 IN THE MATTER of the Broadcasting Act 1989 AND a complaint by ECPAT NEW ZEALAND INC.of Auckland vs. TV3 NETWORK SERVICES LTD Complaint: 20/20 - "Paradise Lost" - item on child prostitution in Fiji - breach of children’s privacy - unfair depiction of child victim.
  • Cartwright PJ., Bryant RS., McGregor JH. and Hayward BM. (2002) BEFORE THE BROADCASTING STANDARDS AUTHORITY: Decision No: 2002-00724 IN THE MATTER of the Broadcasting Act 1989 AND a complaint by JON CARAPIET vs RADIO NEW ZEALAND LTD Complaint: Eureka - Royal Commission on Genetic Modification - GE Free rally - rally participants interviewed - approach assured participants rejected Commission findings.
  • Cartwright P., McGregor JH., Bryant R. and Hayward BM. (2001) BEFORE THE BROADCASTING STANDARDS AUTHORITY Decision No: 2001-132 IN THE MATTER of the Broadcasting Act 1989 AND a complaint by BRIAN JOHN EVANS vs. Broadcaster THE RADIO NETWORK LTD Complaint: Newstalk ZB - talkback - topic - global warmingBEFORE THE BROADCASTING STANDARDS AUTHORITY Decision No: 2001-132 IN THE MATTER of the Broadcasting Act 1989 AND a complaint by BRIAN JOHN EVANS vs. Broadcaster THE RADIO NETWORK LTD Complaint: Newstalk ZB - talkback - topic - global warmingBEFORE THE BROADCASTING STANDARDS AUTHORITY Decision No: 2001-132 IN THE MATTER of the Broadcasting Act 1989 AND a complaint by BRIAN JOHN EVANS vs. Broadcaster THE RADIO NETWORK LTD Complaint: Newstalk ZB - talkback - topic - global warmingBEFORE THE BROADCASTING STANDARDS AUTHORITY Decision No: 2001-132 IN THE MATTER of the Broadcasting Act 1989 AND a complaint by BRIAN JOHN EVANS vs. Broadcaster THE RADIO NETWORK LTD Complaint: Newstalk ZB - talkback - topic - global warming.
  • Cartwright PJ., Bryant R., Mcgregror J. and Hayward B. (2001) BEFORE THE BROADCASTING STANDARDS AUTHORITY: Decision No: 2001-099, IN THE MATTER of the Broadcasting Act 1989 AND a complaint by P M MACCALLUM| Vs TELEVISION NEW ZEALAND LIMITED One News - item on Ngati Ruanui’s acceptance of Treaty of Waitangi claim settlement - conflicts of 1860s-1880s described as Taranaki Land Wars.
  • Cartwright PJ., Bryant RS., McGregor JH. and Hayward BM. (2001) BEFORE THE BROADCASTING STANDARDS AUTHORITY . Decision Nos: 2001-138 -204. IN THE MATTER of the Broadcasting Act 1989 AND complaints by R K WATKINS of Napier Broadcaster THE RADIOWORKS LTD Complaint: The Rock - offensive language - breach of good taste and decency - broadcasts inconsistent with maintenance of law and order.
  • Cartwright PJ., McGregor JH., Bryant RS. and Hayward BM. (2001) BEFORE THE BROADCASTING STANDARDS AUTHORITY Decision No: 2001-093 IN THE MATTER of the Broadcasting Act 1989 AND a complaint by IAN WHITE vs. Broadcaster TELEVISION NEW ZEALAND LTD Complaint: 60 Minutes - Police shooting of Steven WallaceBEFORE THE BROADCASTING STANDARDS AUTHORITY Decision No: 2001-093 IN THE MATTER of the Broadcasting Act 1989 AND a complaint by IAN WHITE vs. Broadcaster TELEVISION NEW ZEALAND LTD Complaint: 60 Minutes - Police shooting of Steven WallaceBEFORE THE BROADCASTING STANDARDS AUTHORITY Decision No: 2001-093 IN THE MATTER of the Broadcasting Act 1989 AND a complaint by IAN WHITE vs. Broadcaster TELEVISION NEW ZEALAND LTD Complaint: 60 Minutes - Police shooting of Steven WallaceBEFORE THE BROADCASTING STANDARDS AUTHORITY Decision No: 2001-093 IN THE MATTER of the Broadcasting Act 1989 AND a complaint by IAN WHITE vs. Broadcaster TELEVISION NEW ZEALAND LTD Complaint: 60 Minutes - Police shooting of Steven Wallace.
Conference Contribution - Published
  • Hayward B. (2011) Growing up in a dynamic climate: Why citizenship will matter more than behaviour change. Wellington, New Zealand: Climate Futures: pathways for society, 31 Mar-1 Apr 2011.
  • Werkmeister S., Gonzalez A., Hayward B. and Alabaster D. (2007) 3D FE analysis of accelerated pavement test results from New Zealand's CAPTIF facility. In Advanced Characterisation of Pavement and Soil Engineering Materials - Proceedings of the International Conference on Advanced Characterisation of Pavement and Soil Engineering Materials 1: 347-358.
  • Hayward BM. (2005) Effective Citizen Engagement and Social Learning in Environmental Policy: The New Zealand Experience. Washington, DC, USA: 2005 Annual Meeting of the American Political Association, 1 Sep 2005. : 27pp.
Edited Volume
  • Hayward B. (Ed.) (2008) Political Science, 60(1). Special issue: The Politics of Climate Change Issues for New Zealand and Small States of the Pacific. London: Sage, on behalf of Victoria University of Wellington. 176pp.
  • Hayward B. (Ed.) (2008) The Politics of Climate Change: Issues for New Zealand and Small States of the Pacific. Wellington: Dunmore Publishers.
Oral Presentation
  • Pickles CG., Wallace R., Crofskey S., Fox C. and Hayward B. (2016) How are we doing, Christchurch? Panel discussion. Christchurch, New Zealand: Word Christchurch Writers and Readers Festival 2016.
Report
  • Howden-Chapman P., Chapman R., Abrahamse W., Awatere S., Fougere G., Frame B., Krausse M., Hayward B., Mortimer C. and Stevenson A. (2011) Christchurch's regeneration: research and science-based insights.Commissioned by New Zealand Centre for Sustainable Cities, Wellington. 29.
Thesis / Dissertation
  • Hayward BM. (2000) Beyond Consensus: Social Learning in Urban Planning. Dunedin, New Zealand. University of Otago.