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    • Parasites on Unwilling Hosts: Student Loan Debt and the Generation of Value 

      Phelps, Hollis (2017)
      This paper focuses on the way in which the student loan system in the United States functions as a means of value-generation via the creation of indebted students. In order to exhibit the way in which the student loan ...
    • Parasites on Unwilling Hosts: Student Loan Debt and the Generation of Value 

      Phelps, Holliss (2017)
      This paper focuses on the way in which the student loan system in the United States functions as a means of value-generation via the creation of indebted students. In order to exhibit the way in which the student loan ...
    • Parental input patterns and transmission of high-status heritage languages: English and German as heritage languages in Norway 

      Jin, Fufen; Schjølberg, Synnve; Tambs, Kristian (2017)
      This study examines the mother-reported language practice in bilingual English/German-Norwegian, two-parent families in Norway, and explores the effects of (1) parental input patterns, (2) parental gender, and (3) status ...
    • Parental Involvement in Home-Based Education 

      van Gelder-Horgan, Karen (University of Canterbury, College of Education, Health and Human Development, 2016)
      Decades of research have shown that parental involvement in education can have a crucial influence on the development and achievement of students. This involvement can present itself both within and outside of school hours. ...
    • Parental involvement in school benefits students and develops teacher-parent relationships 

      Brownlee, Lucy (University of Canterbury, College of Education, Health and Human Development, 2015)
      Parental involvement (PI) in student education is highly beneficial for student-parent and teacher-parent relationships. Based on literature review, the present study explores how PI in school-based activities enhances the ...
    • The Particularity of the Capitalist Universal 

      McGowan, Todd (University of Canterbury, 2017)
      The Monadology The capitalist epoch is the first in human history that permits subjects to view themselves as isolated entities with no inherent connection to their fellow beings. In the capitalist universe, there is no ...
    • Partnerships for Learning: Peer Group Influences on Learning Outcomes 

      Wilson, Dan (University of Canterbury, College of Education, Health and Human Development, 2016)
      The present study reviews the available literature concerning the ways in which peer groups (within and beyond the classroom) influence personal academic achievement for primary and secondary school students. Owing in part ...
    • Paul’s Gift Economy: Wages, Debt, and Debt Cancellation 

      Stolze, Ted (2017)
      My focus is on the Biblical prophetic warning about, and solution to, severe debt injustice – whether individual or collective. I seek to demonstrate the New Testament’s continuity with the Jubilee theme of ...
    • The performance of memory in Rapanui theatre 

      Fontin, Moira (Macmillan Brown Centre for Pacific Studies, 2018)
      This article discusses how memory has been crucial in the production of theatre in Rapa Nui. Histories of colonial powers in Rapanui have foster the use of memory as a real source of information, not only to gather information ...
    • Personalised Learning Pedagogies within Contemporary Schools 

      Stewart, Derek (2017)
      Personalised learning is emerging as the way forward for global education in the changing environment of 21st century teaching and learning. This involves the transfer of learning focus from teacher directed toward a more ...
    • Personalised Learning: Understandings and Effectiveness in Practice 

      Swan, Caitlin (2017)
      Personalised learning is being promoted in New Zealand and around the world as one of the key components of a future-focussed education system. Although it is conceptualised and implemented in many different ways, it appears ...
    • Perspectives on Narrative Assessment and Alternative Techniques in an Early Childhood Setting 

      FitzGerald, Bethan (University of Canterbury, College of Education, Health and Human Development, 2016)
      Assessment practices in education are important because they evidence desired and actual learning outcomes of curriculum. In Aotearoa New Zealand narrative assessment in the form of Learning Stories is the assessment method ...
    • Portrayal of Sexuality in the Age of Solemnity 

      Javed, Salma (Project Monma Research Centre, 2016)
      Ismat Chugtai was Urdu’s most dauntless and contentious woman writer of the twentieth century and surely the leading figure of the Progressive Writers group. This group of Urdu writers produced various influential works ...
    • Positive Behaviour Management: A Critique of Literature 

      Reveley, Emma (University of Canterbury, College of Education, Health and Human Development, 2016)
      The current paper reviews literature surrounding Positive Behaviour Supports (PBS) and Positive Behaviour for learning (PB4L) with reference to the findings in a number of research papers. The aim of the current critique ...
    • The Power of O 

      Jöttkandt, Sigi (2017)
      Here I propose that a Lacanian feminist undertaking today requires the assertion of two sets of rights: the positive rights of a traditional feminist agenda, together with the rights of the not-all. To illustrate this, I ...
    • Presenting a United Front: Parental Involvement Facilitating Children's Literacy Development 

      Thomas, Julie (University of Canterbury, College of Education, Health and Human Development, 2016)
      Literacy development is recognised across both education policy and research literature as essential for educational success. Historically, literacy has mainly been a focus for teachers within the classroom, however a ...
    • Professional development and the impact of teacher relationships 

      Smith, Ethan (University of Canterbury, College of Education, Health and Human Development, 2015)
      Collegial relationships between teachers are very important within the school environment. They are essential to ensuring the school operates smoothly and within a positive atmosphere. Positive relationships between teachers ...
    • Proof-texting Capital via the ‘short-circuit’: a religious text? 

      Grimshaw, Mike (University of Canterbury, 2017)
      Drawing on Benjamin, Agamben expresses the central importance and function of citation: Just as through citation a secret meeting takes place between past generations and ours, so too between the writing of the past and ...
    • The Question of Capitalist Desire: Deleuze and Guattari with Marx 

      Pfeifer, Geoff (University of Canterbury, 2017)
      This paper offers a reading of Marx with Deleuze and Guattari That highlights the importance of the latter’s reading of desire back into Marx’s work in such a way as to show the importance of thinking the role of capitalist ...