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  • Colorblind ideology, mass incarceration, and controlling racial images: An intersectional analysis of presidential rhetoric from 1969–1996

    Norris, Adele N.; Billings, Joseph (Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2016)
    Ample research exists on the relationship between mainstream constructions of racialized images and perceptions of criminals. Fewer studies, however, have assessed the influence of political rhetoric in the construction ...
  • Changing parameters of consultation in local government: loss or gain for democracy?

    Mackness, Kate; Piercy, Gemma Louise (2016)
    A key tenet of the Resource Management Act (RMA) when enacted in 1991 was to provide for significant rights of public participation in decision-making processes in district and regional planning processes. The Local ...
  • Māori tourism geographies: Values, morals and diverse economies

    Ringham, Sandi; Simmonds, Naomi Beth; Johnston, Lynda (2016)
    Māori working in tourism negotiate moral terrains of their own world and those of visiting tourists, all of which are layered with colonial and capitalist values of Aotearoa New Zealand and beyond. We draw on research with ...
  • Merea Wikiriwhi and George Thomas Wilkinson

    Hart, Philip (Historical Research Unit, University of Waikato, 2016)
    Merea Wikiriwhi was one of the few women to invest in Te Aroha mining. Her life has been traced in as much detail as can be found because so little has survived about the lives of Maori women. As George Thomas Wilkinson’s ...
  • John Squirrell: a farmer and storekeeper who mined (briefly) at Te Aroha

    Hart, Philip (Historical Research Unit, University of Waikato, 2016)
    An English merchant’s clerk, some years after his wife’s death John Squirrell brought his sister and daughters to New Zealand to settle in the new Shaftesbury settlement, upriver from Te Aroha. His letters to English ...
  • James Gordon: a ‘useful all-round man’ at Te Aroha and elsewhere

    Hart, Philip (Historical Research Unit, University of Waikato, 2016)
    Some confusion over the early details of James Gordon’s life is unavoidable because his birth was not registered and there were several namesakes. Born to an Irish father and a Maori mother, after the latter reputedly ...
  • William Morris Newsham: a prospector and miner in the Te Aroha district

    Hart, Philip (Historical Research Unit, University of Waikato, 2016)
    New Zealand-born William Morris Newsham fought against Maori without suffering any mishaps, but when aged 35 had the most perilous experience of his life. When assisting to survey a potential railway line in the King ...
  • Privileging our future hedonic states

    Weijers, Dan M. (2016)
    As Parfit famously claims in Reasons and Persons, we would prefer to hear that our painful surgery is 5 hours long and finished than that it is 1 hour long and about to start. If true, this claim means that our judgments ...
  • Past research on the impact of international migration on house prices: Implications for Auckland

    Cochrane, W; Poot, J (Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment (MBIE), 2016)
    While conducting a strategic review of the New Zealand immigration system in terms of assessing its contribution to economic growth, the Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment (MBIE) noted that “some people are of ...
  • Strategic liberalism and Kiwi maximalism

    Steff, Reuben (New Zealand Institute of International Affairs, 2016)
    In recent decades a new international structure has emerged, dramatically increasing the incentives for co-operation. New Zealand should capitalise on this by adopting a new foreign policy paradigm. It should consider a ...
  • Moetolo ‘sleep-crawlers’: A Samoan therapeutic approach to sexual abuse

    Seiuli, Byron Malaela Sotiata (Australian and New Zealand Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abuse, 2016)
    Sexual abuse behaviour remains a global concern that accounts for child sexual abuse, rape and other sexual assaults. Much of these acts of violation are perpetuated, but not entirely, carried out by men against women and ...
  • Indigenous psychologies, fourth world peoples and the international literature: Finding ourselves in online abstracting and indexing databases

    Nikora, Linda Waimarie; Masters-Awatere, Bridgette; Waitoki, Waikaremoana; Rua, Mohi (PCCS Books Ltd, 2016)
    The presence and visibility of indigenous people and experience in the field of indigenous psychologies is vital to articulating existence, life, self-determination and future making. This article highlights examples of ...
  • Gender and sexuality II: Activism

    Johnston, Lynda (SAGE Publications (UK and US), 2016)
    This report considers genders and sexualities within and across spaces of activism. Geographers concerned with social belonging, equity, human rights, civic duties, and gendered and sexed identities often engage in activism ...
  • From ideology to algorithm: the opaque politics of the internet

    Snake-Beings, Emit (2013)
    The emergence of new technology has a recurring history of being understood in terms of emancipation, as if access to new functions provides the potential for liberating social organisation. Walter Benjamin has argued that ...
  • The construction of Karen Karnak: The multi-author function

    Snake-Beings, Emit (2013)
    The context of this article is the changes in authorship that have occurred within the comparatively recent developments of Web 2.0 and the emergence of interactive WikiMedia. The mode of authorship within a Read/Write ...
  • Aerial conflicts: Drone regulation and gaps in spatial protection

    Wallace, Philippa Jane (Resource Management Law Association of New Zealand Inc., 2016)
    Drones have undoubtedly arrived in New Zealand landscapes, but less apparent is that adequate regulatory responses have accompanied them. The purpose of this article is to examine the adequacy of New Zealand law and policy ...
  • Social relations and class divisions in the Te Aroha district

    Hart, Philip (Historical Research Unit, University of Waikato, 2016)
    Although the nature of mining encouraged mateship amongst miners, this ideal was weakened as companies increasingly dominated mining districts. As miners liked to work for themselves to obtain the highest possible financial ...
  • Fia Ola: Grief recovery following a tsunami disaster in Samoa

    Seiuli, Byron Malaela Sotiata; Nikora, Linda Waimarie; Te Awekotuku, Ngahuia; Hodgetts, Darrin (Cambridge Journals, 2016)
    Natural disasters provide humanity with a setting in which to examine core dimensions of life. How people respond to and make sense of their experiences due to the ruptures of trauma and devastation remains vital in grief ...
  • Counselling psychology from a samoan perspective

    Seiuli, Byron Malaela Sotiata (2013)
    Addressing the psychological health of Pasifika1 people in New Zealand continues to challenge clinicians and health professionals, particularly in the provision of therapeutic care that is both beneficial and culturally ...
  • Women’s lives in the Te Aroha district

    Hart, Philip (Historical Research Unit, University of Waikato, 2016)
    Pioneer women were praised for their hard work, and this paper deals with all aspects of their lives in this district in the late nineteenth and, occasionally, the early twentieth century. Details are provided of all the ...

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