• James Mills: a carpenter who became Te Aroha’s first mayor

    Hart, Philip (Historical Research Unit, University of Waikato, 2016)
    After being active in Liberal politics in England, James Mills, a carpenter, settled in Te Aroha in 1882. Although he constructed many houses, work was erratic and he never became wealthy. Investing in Waiorongomai mining, ...
  • Preface ot the special section "Michael A. Peters and Educational Leadership"

    Peters, Michael A. (Addelton Academic Publishers, 2015)
    I started writing a Preface that became a study in a genre that is defined as the novel of educational self-formation together with the various other kinds of literature that this genre – the Bildungsroman – generated that ...
  • Dissident thought: Systems of repression, networks of hope

    Peters, Micahel A. (Addleton Academic Publishers, 2016)
    In this essay I examine the figure of dissident thought in the contexts of philosophical, jurisprudential and political thought. I connect dissidence to the concept of dissent and its linguistic cognates including ...
  • Study on Low-cost Alternatives for Synthesising Powder Metallurgy Titanium and Titanium Alloys

    Raynova, Stiliana (Stella) Rousseva (University of Waikato, 2017)
    The aim of this work was to carry out research about cost effective ways for synthesising powder metallurgy Ti and Ti alloys. This was done: using low cost Ti powders produced by the hydrogenation dehydrogenation (HDH) ...
  • Feminizing world power: A new constellation of women in politics?

    Peters, Michael A. (Addelton Academic Publishers, 2016)
    This article charts the emergence of women leaders currently in power, the highest it has ever been with 22 female heads of state and political leaders in 2015. It canvases Fukuyama's (1988) sociobiology arguments and those ...

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