MAI Review, 2008, Issue 3



MAI Review, 2008, Issue 3 Articles
Does the New Zealand Government owe Māori an apology?
Gary Raumati Hook, Lynne Parehaereone Raumati
11 pages

Language, power and gender: A critical appraisal of Assamese, an Indo Aryan language
Hemanga Dutta
5 pages

Key elements for a Māori e-Learning framework
Sheryl Ferguson
7 pages

Kaupapa Māori theory is critical and anti-colonial
Rangimarie Mahuika
16 pages

Indigenous youth exploring identities through food security in Canada and Brazil
Cyndy Ann Baskin
11 pages

Creativity and institutional innovation in intercultural research
Rachel Wolfgramm
10 pages

The historical politics of the New Zealand half-caste
Gina Colvin-McCluskey
11 pages

Kapa Haka counts: Improving participation levels of Māori students in mainstream secondary schools
Paul Whitinui
14 pages


MAI Review, 2008, Issue 3 Te Kokonga - Workshop Corner
“ASK THE PROFESSOR” about … COLONISED WRITING
Alison Jones
2 pages

“ASK THE PROFESSOR” about … ACADEMIC STYLE
Helen Sword
3 pages

“ASK THE LIBRARIAN” about … DIGITAL THESES
Jenny Hobson
3 pages

“ASK THE ACADEMIC ADVISOR” about … ENGAGING THE MULTICULTURAL CLASS
Matiu Ratima
3 pages


MAI Review, 2008, Issue 3 Research Notes
Traditional ecological knowledge: Notes from a conference
Te Kipa Kepa Brian Morgan
2 pages

Epistemological assumptions and dual roles of community-centred researchers
Anne-Marie Jackson
6 pages

Reflections on my path to academia
Michelle Frances Erai
2 pages

Contemporary perceptions of mana wahine Māori in Australia: A diasporic discussion
Mei Winitana
8 pages

The reductionist – holistic worldview dilemma
Melanie Cheung
7 pages

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