MAI Review, 2007, Issue 3



MAI Review, 2007, Issue 3 Target Articles
Mentoring Māori within a Pākehā framework
Gary Raumati Hook, Tū Waaka, L. Parehaereone Raumati
13 pages


MAI Review, 2007, Issue 3 Peer Commentaries
Thinking about difference across and within mentoring
Matiu Ratima, Barbara Mary Grant
5 pages

Mentoring and teaching in academic settings: Professional and cultural identities from one Pākehā’s perspective
Sue Middleton
6 pages


MAI Review, 2007, Issue 3 Articles
Whakapapa and whenua: An insider’s view
Joseph Selwyn Te Rito
8 pages

Māori Technology Capacity II: Science in the Universities and Polytechnics of New Zealand
Gary Raumati Hook
15 pages


MAI Review, 2007, Issue 3 Doctoral Conference Abstracts
Doctoral Conference Abstracts
Various Authors
12 pages


MAI Review, 2007, Issue 3 Research Notes
Between two worlds: a psychology student’s international experience in Māori New Zealand
Keren Lehavot
6 pages

Supervision and Māori doctoral students: A discussion piece
Kaapua T.P. Smith
4 pages


MAI Review, 2007, Issue 3 Te Kokonga - Workshop Corner
“ASK THE PROFESSOR” about …
HOW TO PUBLISH AN ACADEMIC ARTICLE
Alison Jones
3 pages

“ASK THE LIBRARIAN" about …
OPEN ACCESS INFORMATION
Jennifer Hobson
3 pages

Whakapapa of research: Frameworks for both subject fields and individual development
Les R. Tumoana Williams
4 pages

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