MAI Review, 2009, Issue 2



MAI Review, 2009, Issue 2 Target Articles
“Warrior genes” and the disease of being Māori
Gary Raumati Hook
11 pages


MAI Review, 2009, Issue 2 Articles
Bullock versus the Department of Corrections: Did the Human Rights Review Tribunal get it wrong?
Gary Raumati Hook
10 pages

Ngā hua papakāinga: Habitation design principles
Shadrach Rolleston, Sean Awatere
13 pages

Decolonising Māori narratives: Pūrākau as a method
Jenny Lee
12 pages

Kāpo (blind) Māori in the Ancient World
Kelly Tikao, Nancy Higgins, Hazel Phillips, Christine Cowan
14 pages

He Tohunga o te ao Māori
Tanya Milne
6 pages

Te Poropiti whakamutunga: The last prophet
Marie Parehuia Stewart
9 pages


MAI Review, 2009, Issue 2 Peer Commentaries
Changing genes: Science and being Māori
Maui Hudson
3 pages

Once were warriors, or warriors still?
Sheryl Ferguson
3 pages

Māori & violence: What’s the problem?
Fiona Cram
3 pages

The warrior gene hypothesis: Questioning the science
Mel Collings
3 pages

Discourses on indigenity: The media, the warrior gene and aggressive Caucasians
Lisa Chant
4 pages

Responsible research and the media trap
Pauline Harris
3 pages

Facing notions that misrepresent Māori
William John Martin
4 pages

At war with the warrior gene controversy
Adreanne Ormond
4 pages

“Warrior genes” A response to peer commentaries
Gary Raumati Hook
6 pages


MAI Review, 2009, Issue 2 Te Kokonga - Workshop Corner
Writing an engaging title
Helen Sword
4 pages

Towards an academic career
Susan Carter, Frances Kelly
4 pages

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