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NCEA Japanese Workshop held in Christchurch
(University of Canterbury. Global, Cultural and Language StudiesUniversity of Canterbury. School of Language, Social and Political Sciences, 2015)
The Maori cultural institution of hui : when meeting means more than a meeting.
(University of Canterbury. Management, Marketing and Entrepreneurship, 2009)
Within all societies individuals gather together for various reasons and in a variety of ways for events that can be collectively termed “meetings”. The Māori cultural institution termed hui is often translated into ...
The performance of publicness in social media: Tracing patterns in tweets after a disaster
This paper sets out to contribute to the critical understanding of public communication in social media by studying the use of Twitter after a severe earthquake in Aotearoa New Zealand in 2011. It also sets out to contribute ...
Global interaction as a learning path towards inclusive journalism
Journalism faces new and serious challenges against the backdrop of attacks on the political notion of an inclusive pluralist society based on internationally and locally accepted fundamental rights frameworks. These ...
A Means to an End: Challenging the Notion of 'Torture Porn' in the French Film 'Martyrs'
(University of Canterbury. School of Humanities and Creative ArtsUniversity of Canterbury. English, 2011)
For the last decade, the horror genre has been populated with films more realistically violent and graphic in their gore than almost anything else fictional and legal. Films featuring brutal murders, dismemberments, ...
"Kia ora. This is my earthquake story". Multiple applications of a sociolinguistic corpus
(University of Canterbury. School of Language, Social and Political SciencesUniversity of Canterbury. LinguisticsUniversity of Canterbury. New Zealand Institute of Language, Brain&Behaviour, 2016)
This paper demonstrates how spoken data, collected using sociolinguistic methods, can have multiple applications. It can be a resource for tackling real-world problems, it can be a platform for community engagement and ...
What is Intellectual Freedom Today: An Indigenous Reflection
(University of Canterbury. Aotahi School of Maori and Indigenous Studies, 2016)
Intellectual freedom, a hallmark of so-called modern democratic societies, signals the existence of repressive forces. Intellectual freedom as a mechanism, serves to challenge and confront such forces, and its excesses. ...
Alternative Radio : exhibiting radio and music heritage after the Christchurch earthquakes
This article examines the representation of Christchurch, New Zealand, student radio station RDU in the exhibition Alternative Radio at the Canterbury Museum in 2016. With the intention of ‘making visible what is invisible’ ...
He Who Would Be a Poet: James K. Baxter’s Early Poetry Manuscript Books
(University of Canterbury. School of HumanitiesUniversity of Canterbury. English, 2000)
Article on James K. Baxter's first fourteen poetry notebooks, containing 1025 poems. Discusses Baxter's mode of presentation and system of classification.