‘Doctoring’ our own: Confessions of a Māori doctoral supervisor
Hohepa, M. (2010). ‘Doctoring’ our own: Confessions of a Māori doctoral supervisor. In J. Jesson, V.M. Carpenter, M. McLean, M. Stephenson & Airini (Eds.), University Teaching Reconsidered: Justice, Practice, Inquiry (pp. 129-138). Wellington, New Zealand: Dunmore Publishing Ltd.
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There is very little literature, empirically based or otherwise, on the supervision of Māori doctoral students (Fitzgerald, 2005; Pope, 2008; Kidman, 2007; Smith, 2007). There is even less relating to Māori supervisors working with Māori doctoral students (Kidinan, 2007), let alone Māori supervisors working with non- Māori students. While the relatively large corpus of literature on doctoral supervision may be of some assistance to Māori supervisors, there is also a dearth of studies that focus on the pedagogical aspects. Research undertaken by Elizabeth McKinley and her co-researchers (McKinley, Grant, Middleton, Irwin & Williams, 2009) will now help to fill the literature gap on the teaching and learning process of supervision as it pertains to Māori.
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