Browsing by Author "McLeay, Colin"

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  • Black inks give way to BLUE links

    McLeay, Colin (Teaching Development Unit, University of Waikato, 2015)
    A recent e-mail from the Teaching Development Unit reminded me of one of the reasons why I am a fan of the online evaluation system - BLUE. I could select the standard evaluation form or even personalise it through a few ...
  • Fordism to free trade: An explanation of the shift towards globalisation

    McLeay, Colin (New Zealand Geographical Society, 2000)
    New Zealanders tuning into television news on the evening of December 1, 1999, were confronted with images of demonstrators in downtown Seattle breaking windows, vandalizing vehicles, and setting fires. As police sought ...
  • Government regulation in the Australian popular music industry: The rhetoric of cultural protection, the reality of economic production

    McLeay, Colin (Springer, 2006)
    In the 1990s the artistic autonomy of the territorial subsidiaries of the major record companies increased. Local scale “cultural freedom” did not mitigate the role of national regulation, with the music industry remaining ...
  • Identity, community and embodiment: Chopper’s tattoo tour

    Snell, Dave; Hodgetts, Darrin; McLeay, Colin (The Australian Psychological Society Ltd, 2011)
    Heavy Metal fans have a unique style of dress, music and interaction via which a sub-cultural community is formed and maintained. This article explores how this community is embodied through tattoos and the display of ...
  • Preface: Learning and teaching across geographical curricula

    Chalmers, Lex; McLeay, Colin (New Zealand Geographical Society, 2010)
    In January 2010, the Waikato Branch of the New Zealand Geographical Society hosted the Positioning Geography: Strategic Issues in Geographical Education Conference. The conference was held at the University of Waikato in ...

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