Measuring, Mapping, Creating: A Mixed Method Approach to Sedentary Behaviours and Workplace Design.

Conference Paper

Project:

Active Workplaces

Authors:

Professor Sarah McGann, Professor Marian Tye, Assoc. Prof. Jonine Jancey, Krysten Blackford, Dr Robyn Creagh, Leanne Tollis

Published:

2013

Conference:

47th International Conference of the Architectural Science Association

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This paper is an introduction to research led by the Curtin Centre for Sport and Recreation Research aiming to inform best practice and guidelines for workplace design that increases opportunities for physical activity for ordinary employees in medium to small workplaces. The research is driven by interdisciplinary, collaborative and mixed methods approaches. This introductory paper highlights their value in the development of innovative and effective solutions for tackling the critical challenge of sedentary behaviour and its relationship to workplace design.

How to cite:

McGann, S., M. Tye, J. Jancey, K. Blackford, R. Creagh, and L. Tollis. 2013. “Measuring, Mapping, Creating: A Mixed Method Approach to Sedentary Behaviours and Work-Place Design.” In Cutting Edge: 47th International Conference of the Architectural Science Association. Edited by M. A. Schnabel, November 13-16 2013, pp. 113-122. Hong Kong: ANZAScA