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  • Introduction

    Houlahan, Mark (Waikato Press, 2019)
    When Dr Johnson, the 18• century critic, was asked to describe the quality of the poets from Pembroke College, Oxford (where the great doctor was briefly an undergraduate); he proudly said: "Sir, we are a nest of singing ...
  • Introduction

    Peters, Sally (Taylor & Francis Group, 2011)
    This special edition of Early Years draws on research from Aotearoa New Zealand and comprises six papers that shed light on both the policy context and the curriculum in action. This focus on New Zealand is timely as New ...
  • Introduction

    Robertson, Jan (Springer, 2006)
    This issue of the Journal of Educational Change explores the complexity of leadership and, for and in change in schools. There is a large body of literature which focuses specifically on the influence of principal leadership ...
  • Introduction

    Mitchell, Linda (University of Waikato, 2012)
    This special issue of the Waikato Journal of Education offers three thought provoking examinations of recent research relevant to early childhood education (ECE) policy. These range from a big picture view of the changing ...
  • Introduction

    Daniel, Roy M.; Finney, John L.; Stoneham, Marshall (The Royal Society, 2004)
    It is generally taken for granted that water is essential for life. Looking for water on Mars has been a preoccupation for decades, and there are an infinite number of meetings on the general topic of ‘water in biology’. ...
  • Introduction

    Roche, Maree A. (Human Resources Institute of New Zealand (HRINZ), 2015)
    Tena koutou and welcome to the NZ Journal of Human Resource Management’s special issue on Positive Psychology at Work. Positive Psychology at work is the applied study of human flourishing and optimal functioning. It is ...
  • Introduction

    van Ommen, Clifford; Groot, Shiloh Ann Maree; Masters-Awatere, Bridgette; Tassell-Matamua, Natasha (Massey University Press, 2017)
    The concept of the precariat links to situations and experiences of uncertainty, dependency, powerlessness, perilousness and insufficiency. In one sense, precarity refers to the negative consequences for the wellbeing and ...
  • Introduction

    Zirker, Daniel (Lexington Books, 2015)
    The "Third Wave of Democracy" has had a decidedly mixed impact on the world's military establishments. An increasing appearance of "tribal behavior" and social isolation of military institutions in a post-conscription era, ...
  • Introduction and dedication to Matiu Dickson

    Te Aho, Linda; Morgan, Gay (University of Waikato, 2016)
    This edition of the Waikato Law Review is dedicated to our dear friend and colleague, Matiu Dickson, and we thank Judge Craig Coxhead for his wonderful tribute to Matiu. The morning of the 7th of April 2016 will forever ...
  • Introduction and Editorial: NZJHRM: Special Issue: The Future of Work

    Roche, Maree A.; Brougham, David; Blackwood, Kate; Sharp, Lisa (Human Resources Institute of New Zealand, 2016)
    This special issue of the New Zealand Journal of Human Resources Management focuses on the growing research perspectives by leading and emerging New Zealand human resource scholars.
  • INTRODUCTION Establishing, placing, engaging and doing feminist geographies

    Johnston, Lynda; Datta, Anindita; Hopkins, Peter; Silva, Joseli Maria; Olson, Elizabeth (Routledge, 2020)
    This Handbook reflects the immense depth of interest, developments, directions and tensions in gender and feminist geographies. It brings together 48 chapters by new, emerging and established scholars, activists and artists ...
  • An introduction to ethical consideration in international environmental law

    Gillespie, Alexander (Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, 2010)
    The purpose of this chapter is to give the reader an overview of where some of the ethical debates in international environmental law are currently found. This chapter builds upon my earlier work in this area, which is ...
  • Introduction to giftedness and talent: Australasian perspectives.

    Ballam, Nadine Dawn; Moltzen, Roger (Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd, 2017)
    The impetus for this book was a desire to make contemporary research more accessible to those with an interest in giftedness and talent; policymakers, re-searchers, students, practitioners, parents and gifted individuals ...
  • Introduction to New Zealand

    Lowe, David J. (University of Waikato, 1994)
    New Zealand consists of a cluster of islands, the three largest being North, South, and Stewart, in the southwest Pacific Ocean. They have a total land area of about 270 000 km2 (similar to that of the British Isles or ...
  • Introduction to papers in this issue

    Earl Rinehart, (Suzanne) Kerry; Mills, Judith Patricia (University of Waikato, 2019)
    We are pleased to present our General Issue of Teachers and Curriculum for 2019. Thank you to our established reviewers and authors for their continued support, and thank you to those new and emerging researchers who give ...
  • Introduction to papers in this issue

    Mills, Judith Patricia; Earl Rinehart, (Suzanne) Kerry; Swanson, Carolyn Julie (Wilf Malcolm Institute of Educational Rsearch, 2018)
    The overall theme for this issue is the sharing of good ideas and support to look at alternatives - look at what might be familiar in alternative ways, and from alternative perspectives. This issue has three sections ...
  • Introduction to special edition.

    McGee, Clive; Cooper, Beverley (Faculty of Education, University of Waikato, 2010)
    This special issue of the Waikato Journal of Education arose from a symposium held at The University of Waikato in June, 2009. The symposium, Initial Teacher Education and the New Zealand Curriculum–Te Marautanga o Aotearoa ...
  • Introduction to special issue: Mobile technologies and learning

    Calder, Nigel Stuart; Murphy, Carol (Wilf Malcolm Institute of Educational Research, 2017)
    The ways that mobile technologies are used for learning needs to be examined. Mobile technologies are a relatively recent addition to the way we communicate and engage with the world. They allow flexible ways to interact ...
  • Introduction to special section on bodies in motion: Sport, health, physical activity and physical education.

    Pope, Clive C.; Bruce, Toni (Faculty of Education, University of Waikato, 2004)
    The article focuses on health and physical education. Rachel Saunders presents a narrative that typifies many sporting communities in this country. Her story illustrates the nature and influence that significant adults can ...
  • Introduction to special section on Māori culture and education.

    Bishop, Russell (Faculty of Education, University of Waikato, 2002)
    An introduction is presented in which the editor discusses various reports within the issue on topics including the need for coordinated language policy, the Treaty of Waitangi, and monoculturalism.