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  • Hamilton Parents Centre 1957-2003: A sociological history

    Morgans, Blair; Snape, Holly; Swain, David (Hamilton Parents Centre Inc, 2004)
    This is a "sociological history" of Hamilton Parents Centre and as such presents the stories' of Hamilton Parents Centre organised both chronologically and thematically. These stories are broadly of two kinds: those ...
  • Keeping our children safe around dogs: Guidelines for safe interaction between children and pet dogs - English

    Carter, Jennifer; Swain, David (Department of Societies and Cultures, University of Waikato, 2008)
    This information booklet for parents and caregivers will provide the best level of understanding of how to avoid pet dog attacks which can injure, maim and even kill children. This research-based educational resource ...
  • The legacy of Ngatoroirangi: Maori customary use of geothermal resources

    Stokes, Evelyn (Department of Geography, University of Waikato, 2000)
    Geothermal activity has always been regarded as a significant traditional resource among Maori communities of the Bay of Plenty, Rotorua and Taupo districts. The principal settlements of the tribes of Te Arawa, Ngati Tahu ...
  • My safety around dogs - English

    Carter, Jennifer; Swain, David (Department of Societies and Cultures, University of Waikato, 2008)
    This safety leaflet designed to target young children aged 5-6yrs will provide an age-appropriate understanding of how to avoid pet dog attacks which can injure, maim and even kill children. This research-based educational ...
  • My safety around dogs: Guidelines for safe interaction between children (about 8-9yrs) and pet dogs - English

    Carter, Jennifer; Swain, David (Department of Societies and Cultures, University of Waikato, 2008)
    This safety booklet for older children (about 8-9yrs) will provide the best level of understanding of how to avoid pet dog attacks which can injure, maim and even kill children. This research-based educational resource ...
  • Ohaaki: A power station on Maori land

    Stokes, Evelyn (Te Matahauariki Institute, University of Waikato, 2003)
    This paper is about a geothermal power station called Ohaaki, constructed over the period 1982-1989 on Maori land close by Te Ohaaki Marae and the ancestral papakainga of Ngati Tahu. This is a personal account of the impact ...
  • Pleasure, profit and pain: Alcohol in New Zealand and the contemporary culture of intoxication

    McEwan, Brett James; Campbell, Maxine M.; Lyons, Antonia; Swain, David (University of Waikato Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences, 2013)
    This book details the rich, complex and often contested role of alcohol in New Zealand society. It explores the three fundamental alcohol rights that continue to fight for dominance of the national drinking culture: the ...
  • Taku haumaru me te kurī - Te Reo Maori

    Carter, Jennifer; Swain, David (Department of Societies and Cultures, University of Waikato, 2008)
    This safety leaflet designed to target young children aged 5-6yrs will provide an age-appropriate understanding of how to avoid pet dog attacks which can injure, maim and even kill children. This research-based educational ...
  • Taku haumaru me te kurī: He aratohu mō te haumaru i waenga i te tamariki (8-9 pea ngā tau) me te kurī - Te Reo Maori

    Carter, Jennifer; Swain, David (Department of Societies and Cultures, University of Waikato, 2008)
    This safety booklet for older children (about 8-9yrs) will provide the best level of understanding of how to avoid pet dog attacks which can injure, maim and even kill children. This research-based educational resource ...