Recent Submissions

  • Windows, wheels and wai: public policy, environmental health action and Maori community development - implications for (eco)social work 

    Ahuriri-Driscoll, A.; Foote, J. (Canterbury University PressUniversity of Canterbury. School of Health Sciences, 2016)
    Many New Zealanders take access to safe drinking-water for granted, yet approximately 20 percent of Aotearoa New Zealand’s population is supplied with water that does not comply with drinking-water standards. Non-compliant ...
  • Health policy, health inequalities and Maori 

    Ahuriri-Driscoll, A. (Canterbury University PressUniversity of Canterbury. School of Health Sciences, 2016)
    Health policy has the very important role of guiding the efforts of the health sector towards population health, navigating the ‘choppy waters’ or dynamic contexts within which health is impacted and promoted. As the ...
  • Deleuze and the teenage parent: Trouble makers for education and transition. 

    Kamp, A. (BrillUniversity of Canterbury. School of Educational Studies and Leadership, 2014)
    In this chapter that bit of troubling and prying open is directed toward a rethinking of youth transition and the role of schools in that particular form of ‘becoming.’ Teenage mothers appear as they, too, are ‘known’ ...
  • Collaboration in education: Lessons from Actor Network Theory 

    Kamp, A. (Sofia UniversityUniversity of Canterbury. School of Educational Studies and Leadership, 2012)
    This chapter concerns the growing interest in networking and partnership in post compulsory education and training in the face of increased risk and uncertainty in the globalized context. Internationally, the sector ...
  • Scholars, Philosophers or Performers? The Politics of Research in Contemporary Universities 

    Roberts, P. (NZCER PressUniversity of Canterbury. School of Educational Studies and Leadership, 2012)
  • Developing challenging young people: Honouring their authentic story 

    Jansen, C.; Pawson, P. (European Science and Art PublishingUniversity of Canterbury. School of Sciences and Physical Education, 2011)
    Worldwide, a multitude of adventure-based outdoor programmes exist that are designed to develop 'challenging' young people. Recently, Aotearoa/ New Zealand has seen a resurgence of interest from central government in ...
  • The PBRF: Some Risks of Research Rankings 

    Small, D. (AUT University and University of AucklandUniversity of Canterbury. School of Educational Studies and Human Development, 2005)
    While the PBRF round and the associated funding is helping to recognise and increase the status of research, it also runs the risks of promoting the amount rather than the quality of research, moving further away from ...