Helen Fitt
Helen Fitt
Postdoctoral Fellow, Lincoln University
Verified email at lincoln.ac.nz
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Journeying from “I” to “we”: assembling hybrid caring collectives of geography doctoral scholars
K Dombroski, AF Watkins, H Fitt, J Frater, K Banwell, K Mackenzie, ...
Journal of Geography in Higher Education 42 (1), 80-93, 2018
182018
E-scooter use in New Zealand: Insights around some frequently asked questions
H Fitt, A Curl
Retrieved August 21, 2020, 2019
142019
Habitus and the loser cruiser: How low status deters bus use in a geographically limited field
H Fitt
Journal of Transport Geography 70, 228-233, 2018
112018
Researching mobile practices: Participant reflection and audio-recording in Repeat Question Diaries
H Fitt
Qualitative Research 18 (6), 654-670, 2018
102018
Co-Producing Mobilities: negotiating geographical knowledge in a conference session on the move
S Cook, A Davidson, E Stratford, J Middleton, A Plyushteva, H Fitt, ...
Journal of Geography in Higher Education 40 (3), 340-374, 2016
102016
The influences of social meanings on everyday transport practices
HM Fitt
University of Canterbury, 2015
92015
Experiences of the built environment, falls and fear of falling outdoors among older adults: an exploratory study and future directions
A Curl, H Fitt, M Tomintz
International journal of environmental research and public health 17 (4), 1224, 2020
82020
Think Piece: Autonomous vehicles and future urban environments: Exploring implications for wellbeing in an ageing society
H Fitt, A Curl, R Dionisio-McHugh, A Fletcher, B Frame, A Ahuriri-Driscoll
82018
The early days of shared micromobility: A social practices approach
H Fitt, A Curl
Journal of Transport Geography 86, 102779, 2020
62020
Will driverless cars be good for us? Now is the time for public health to act together with urban and transport planning
A Curl, H Fitt
Journal of global health 9 (2), 2019
62019
Autonomous vehicles and future urban environments: Exploring changing travel behaviours, built environments, and implications for wellbeing in an ageing society.
A Curl, H Fitt, ALM Ahuriri-Driscoll, A Fletcher, H Slaughter, ...
62018
Do social meanings matter? How and how much social meanings influence everyday transport practices?
H Fitt
New Zealand Geographer 73 (3), 181-191, 2017
62017
Christchurch earthquake activity inventory
H Fitt, H Fitt
Landcare Research, 2011
62011
Considering the wellbeing implications for an ageing population of a transition to automated vehicles
H Fitt, A Curl, MR Dionisio, A Ahuriri-Driscoll, E Pawson
Research in Transportation Business & Management 30, 100382, 2019
52019
Initial scan of policy/issues relevant to autonomous vehicle development and deployment
A Fletcher, H Fitt, N Baldwin, H Hadfield, A Curl
Christchurch, NZ: National Science Challenge 11, 2018
52018
Same same, but different? Cycling and e‐scootering in a rapidly changing urban transport landscape
A Curl, H Fitt
New Zealand Geographer 76 (3), 194-206, 2020
42020
Four plausible scenarios for transport in New Zealand in 2048
H Fitt, B Frame, A Fletcher, A Curl, M Dionisio, A Ahuriri-Driscoll, ...
42018
Exploring how older people might experience future transport systems
H Fitt
Geographies of Transport and Ageing, 199-225, 2018
32018
Perceptions and experiences of Lime scooters: Summary survey results
H Fitt, A Curl
22019
An introduction to sustainable consumption
H Fitt, S McLaren
HATCHED THE CAPACITY FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, 135, 2009
22009
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