Browsing by Author "Tiakiwai, Sarah-Jane"

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  • The art of dialogue with indigenous communities in the new biotechnology world

    Hudson, Maui; Roberts, Mere; Smith, Linda Tuhiwai; Tiakiwai, Sarah-Jane; Hemi, Murray (Taylor & Francis, 2012)
    Te Hau Mihi Ata is a research project that aims to negotiate spaces for and develop processes of dialogue that allow for a deeper level of interaction between mtauranga Māori (Māori indigenous knowledge) and science. Over ...
  • Bilingual/Immersion education: Indicators of good practice

    May, Stephen; Hill, Richard Kenneth; Tiakiwai, Sarah-Jane (The Ministry of Education, 2004)
    Based on a review of national and international research on bilingualism and bilingual/immersion education, this report explores effective approaches for bilingual education. While the focus was on Māori-medium education, ...
  • Dialogue as a method for evolving Mātauranga Māori: Perspectives on the use of embryos in research

    Hudson, Maui; Roberts, Mere; Smith, Linda Tuhiwai; Hemi, Murray; Tiakiwai, Sarah-Jane (Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga, 2010)
    This paper explores the epistemological divide between mātauranga Māori (Māori knowledge) and science, and considers which cultural concepts have relevance when considering the use of embryos in research. We argue that ...
  • He Whakaoranga Kia Puta Kia Ora (prepared for Health Research Council of New Zealand)

    Kilgour, Jonathan T.; Tiakiwai, Sarah-Jane; McRae, Okeroa; Aporosa, S. 'Apo'; Whetu, Amy; Jenkins, Ayla (Waikato-Tainui College for Research and Development, 2015)
    This research project explored the relationship between cultural connectedness and wellbeing (as a social determinant of health). In particular, the research explored the diverse ways in which tribal members connected with ...
  • Maori participation in higher education: Tainui graduates from the University of Waikato, 1992 to 1997

    Tiakiwai, Sarah-Jane (The University of Waikato, 2001)
    This thesis is an examination of what factors contribute to the success of Maori who participate in higher education. The thesis is informed by the experiences of nine Tainui tribal members who received scholarships from ...