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  • Communicating towards justice in ‘The Subaltern Voice’ (TSV)

    Humphries, Maria; McNicholas, Patty (NZCA, 2009)
    We write with a voice of the marginalised in mind, as both marginalised women scholars writing from a critical perspective on human organisation and as privileged human beings with concern for those more dangerously excluded ...
  • Critical evaluation of appreciative inquiry: Bridging an apparent paradox

    Grant, Suzanne Lisa Parker; Humphries, Maria (Sage Publications, 2006)
    Despite increased applications and scholarship, appreciative inquiry remains a research method with little self-reflection or critique to evaluate the process as an action research method. Perhaps counter-intuitively, we ...
  • Decoupling equality, diversity, and inclusion from liberal projects: Hailing indigenous contributions to institutional change

    Verbos, Amy Klemm; Humphries, Maria (Emerald, 2012)
    Purpose - The purpose of this paper is to bring wider-reaching feminism to confluence with relational indigenous values for transformative responses to systemic exclusion. Design/methodology/approach - The authors critique ...
  • Enhancing the circle of life: Management education and indigenous knowledge

    Fitzgibbons, Dale E.; Humphries, Maria (SAGE, 2011)
    Prevailing values in management education are coming under increasing scrutiny for a deeper understanding of their connection to endemic poverty, institutional violence, and environmental degradation that are no longer ...
  • Flexibility on whose terms?

    Twiname, Linda J.; Humphries, Maria; Kearins, Kate (Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2006)
    Purpose – As part of an ongoing project on worker well-being, this paper aims to examine the application of flexible work arrangements through the experiences of core workers in a small, European-owned, New Zealand ...

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