MAI Review, 2010, Issue 3



MAI Review, 2010, Issue 3 Community Research Engagement
Researching with Whānau Collectives
Fiona Cram, Vivienne Kennedy
12 pages

Ethics of Researching with Whānau Collectives
Vivienne Kennedy, Fiona Cram
8 pages

Measuring Whānau: A review of longitudinal studies in New Zealand
Sarah Mckenzie, Kristie Carter
11 pages

Appreciative Inquiry
Fiona Cram
13 pages

Genograms
Vivienne Kennedy
12 pages

Ecomaps
Vivienne Kennedy
12 pages

Te Whakapapa o te Reo i Roto i te Whānau
Kirimatao Paipa
15 pages

The PATH Planning Tool and its Potential for Whānau Research
Kataraina Ameria Pipi
7 pages

Ma Te Whānau Te Huarahi Motuhake: Whānau Participatory Action Research Groups
Moana Eruera
9 pages

Participative action research: Consensus cardsort – Whānau future narrative
Denis O'Reilly
11 pages

Whānau Tuatahi: Māori community partnership research using a Kaupapa Māori methodology
Bernadette Jones, Tristram R. Ingham, Cheryl Davies, Fiona Cram
14 pages

Social Network Analysis and Research with Māori collectives
Vivienne Kennedy
21 pages

He Kōrero Whānau o Te Rarawa
Wendy Henwood, Jasmine Pirini, Aroha Harris
9 pages

Natural Conversations as a Method of Coming to Know Indigenous Communities
Rachel Eni, Gladys Rowe
9 pages


MAI Review, 2010, Issue 3 Poetry
Poems
Doug Poole
4 pages

Poems
Briar Wood
3 pages

Poem
Selina Tusitala Marsh
5 pages

Poems
Serie Barford
3 pages

Poems
Tracey Tawhiao
3 pages


MAI Review, 2010, Issue 3 Te Kokonga - Workshop Corner
What is Research?
Les R. Tumoana Williams, Adreanne Ormond
6 pages

What is Tika when Teaching Small Groups in a University Setting in Aotearoa New Zealand?
Robyn Manuel
3 pages

Publish or Perish? The challenge of journal rankings for Māori-related research
Jenny Hobson, Meegan Hall
5 pages

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