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Globalization and War: Analyzing the Impact of the Airliner Attacks of September 2001
(University of Canterbury. School of Educational Studies and Human Development, 2001)
If there is one thing we can be sure of about the motives of the perpetrators of the attacks on New York and Washington on the 11th of September, 2001, it is that they viewed their acts as retaliation. Retaliation is the ...
Tightening the Grip on the Slippery Pole: The Globalisation of Control from the New World Order to the War on Terror
(University of Canterbury. School of Educational Studies and Human Development, 2005)
Fighting the Free-Marketeers in Aotearoa/New Zealand
(University of Canterbury. School of Educational Studies and Human Development, 1996)
The Matignon Accords and Kanak Education in New Caledonia
(University of Canterbury. School of Educational Studies and Human Development, 1995)
Signed in June 1988, the Matignon Accords have been credited with bringing peace and development to the French Pacific territory of New Caledonia. For the indigenous Kanak population, however, the Accords have led to ...
Solution-focused practice-based research: does it inform practice?
(University of Canterbury. School of Health Sciences, 2015)
This study explored the retrospective perspective of a group of graduate students who completed solution-focused practice-based research in their degree. The aim was to gain some understanding of the challenges and benefits ...
The main divide - nature/culture dualisms and the Maori adoptee
(University of Canterbury. School of Health Sciences, 2016)
The main divide – nature/culture dualisms and the Māori adoptee The dichotomy of the ‘nature-culture divide’ (Vaisman, 2013) punctuates the lived experiences of Māori adopted within New Zealand between 1955 and 1985, in ...
Sport and the political economy: Considerations for enhancing the human condition
(University of Canterbury. School of Sport &Physical Education, 2015)
Sport needs a balanced and inter-disciplinary approach between sport’s educative, social and scientific value and the political economy. This paper argues that the possible meanings of sport for the individual and contemporary ...
Positive Youth Development in Aotearoa
(University of Canterbury. School of Sciences and Physical Education, 2010)
Positive Youth Development (PYD) has been described as an “approach that guides communities in the way they organise programmes, people and supports so that young people can develop to their full potential “(Pittman). This ...
The Uneasy Relationship Between National Security and Personal Freedom: New Zealand and the War on Terror. A paper prepared for the Public Safety and Security Project of the New Zealand Law Commission
(University of Canterbury. School of Educational Studies and Human Development, 2008)
De-centring the autonomous subject: different beings and becomings emerging from place relations for trainee counsellors
(University of Canterbury. School of Health Sciences, 2014)
My aim in this presentation is to share some aspects of my own rhizomatic research journey, in a potentially rhizomatic presentation, that is ‘proceeding from the middle, coming and going, rather than (necessarily) starting ...