Journal Articles

Journal Issue: MAI Journal 2020: Volume 9 Issue 3
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RIGHTS-BASED APPROACHES TO IMPROVING FOOD AVAILABILITY FOR TAMARIKI MĀORI Christina McKerchar, Paula King, Cameron Lacey, Gillian Abel, Louise Signal 10.20507/MAIJournal.2020.9.3.6 MAI Journal 2020: Volume 9 Issue 3
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RIGHTS-BASED APPROACHES TO IMPROVING FOOD AVAILABILITY FOR TAMARIKI MĀORI
Journal Issue: MAI Journal 2020: Volume 9 Issue 2
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Rights and resurgence in Aotearoa New Zealand: A case study Sierra Hampton 10.20507/MAIJournal.2019.9.2.1 MAI Journal 2020: Volume 9 Issue 2
Journal Issue: MAI Journal 2014: Volume 3 Issue 1
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RESTORING THE MAURI TO THE PRE- MV RENA STATE Tumanako Ngawhika Fa‘aui and Te Kipa Kepa Brian Morgan MAI Journal 2014: Volume 3 Issue 1
Journal Issue: MAI Journal 2021: Volume 10 Issue 2
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Researcher positionality as self-reflexivity in indigenous entrepreneurship research - from Zimbabwe to Aotearoa Admiral Munyaradzi Manganda 10.20507/MAIJournal.2021.10.2.11 MAI Journal 2021: Volume 10 Issue 2
Journal Issue: MAI Journal 2013: Volume 2 Issue 2
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Research at the interface: Bi-cultural studio in New Zealand, a case study Penny Allan, Huhana Smith MAI Journal 2013: Volume 2 Issue 2
Journal Issue: MAI Journal 2012: Volume 1 Issue 1
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REMEMBERING THE DEEDS OF MĀUI: What messages are in the tuakana –teina pedagogy for tertiary educators? Mei Winitana MAI Journal 2012: Volume 1 Issue 1
Journal Issue: MAI Journal 2017: Volume 6 Issue 2
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Recalling tūrangawaewae: Pōwhiri in New Zealand feature film Jani Katarina Taituha Wilson 10.20507/MAIJournal.2017.6.2.14 MAI Journal 2017: Volume 6 Issue 2
Journal Issue: MAI Journal 2015: Volume 4 Issue 2
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Rebuilding a ‘whare’ body of knowledge to inform ‘a’ Māori perspective of health Sharyn Heaton MAI Journal 2015: Volume 4 Issue 2
Journal Issue: MAI Journal 2017: Volume 6 Issue 3
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Rauaroha: he tohu aroha rau i te akoranga Karyn Paringatai, Suzanne Pitama, Jacinta Ruru, Te Taka Keegan 10.20507/MAIJournal.2017.6.3.4 MAI Journal 2017: Volume 6 Issue 3

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