TitleAuthor(s)Journal Issue
WHĀNAU-CENTRED HEALTH AND SOCIAL SERVICE DELIVERY IN NEW ZEALAND: The challenges to, and opportunities for, innovationAmohia Boulton, Jennifer Tamehana, Tula BrannellyMAI Journal 2013: Volume 2 Issue 1
Māori experiences and responses to racism in Aotearoa New ZealandAngela Moewaka Barnes, Ken Taiapa, Belinda Borell, Tim McCreanorMAI Journal 2013: Volume 2 Issue 2
Whānau hauā: Reframing disability from an Indigenous perspectiveHuhana Hickey, Denise WilsonMAI Journal 2017: Volume 6 Issue 1
Historical Trauma, Healing and Well-Being in Māori CommunitiesRebecca Wirihana and Cherryl SmithMAI Journal 2014: Volume 3 Issue 3
Ngā pou wāhine: A framework of empowerment for Māori women and gambling misuseLaurie Morrison, Denise WilsonMAI Journal 2013: Volume 2 Issue 2
MEASURING MĀORI WELLBEING: A COMMENTARYFiona CramMAI Journal 2014: Volume 3 Issue 1
Mātauranga Māori and the data–information–knowledge–wisdom hierarchy: a conversation on interfacing knowledge systemsOcean Ripeka Mercier, Nathan Stevens, Anaru ToiaMAI Journal 2012: Volume 1 Issue 2
Hei oranga Māori i te ao hurihuri nei: Living as Māori in the world today—An outcome of kura kaupapa MāoriKimai TockerMAI Journal 2012: Volume 1 Issue 1
Creation Narratives of Mahinga Kai: Māori customary food gathering sites and practicesChanel Phillips, Anne-Marie Jackson, Hauiti HakopaMAI Journal 2016: Volume 5 Issue 1
MĀORI NEWS IS BAD NEWS : That's certainly so on televisionRay Nairn, Angela Moewaka Barnes, Belinda Borell, Jenny Rankine, Amanda Gregory, Tim McCreanorMAI Journal 2012: Volume 1 Issue 1
A Māori and Pacific lens on infant and toddler provision in early childhood educationLesley Rameka, Ali GlasgowMAI Journal 2015: Volume 4 Issue 2
AN ANALYSIS OF HOW RANGATAHI MĀORI USE SOCIAL NETWORKING SITESAcushla Deanne O’CarrollMAI Journal 2013: Volume 2 Issue 1
Māori values in the workplace: Investing in diversityFleur Harris, Sonja Macfarlane, Angus Macfarlane, Matt JollyMAI Journal 2016: Volume 5 Issue 1
REMEMBERING THE DEEDS OF MĀUI: What messages are in the tuakana –teina pedagogy for tertiary educators?Mei WinitanaMAI Journal 2012: Volume 1 Issue 1
Book Review of Ngāpuhi Speaks Heather Came, Susan da SilvaMAI Journal 2013: Volume 2 Issue 2
A DISCURSIVE ANALYSIS OF RANGATIRATANGA IN A MĀORI FISHERIES CONTEXTAnne-Marie JacksonMAI Journal 2013: Volume 2 Issue 1
COMMENTARY: “OUR REFLECTIONS ON IDENTITY, GENDER AND TRANSFORMING ACTION”: A lesson from placeBronwyn Fredericks, Melissa Walker, Christine Peacock, Debbie Duthie, Odette BestMAI Journal 2012: Volume 1 Issue 1
Whakaoranga Whānau: Whānau ResilienceJordan Waiti, Te Kani KingiMAI Journal 2014: Volume 3 Issue 2
Māori and Indigenous Views on R & R: Resistance and ResilienceMera Penehira, Alison Green, Linda Tuhiwai Smith, Clive AspinMAI Journal 2014: Volume 3 Issue 2
HE KŌRERO WAIRUA: Indigenous spiritual inquiry in rongoā researchAnnabel Ahuriri-DriscollMAI Journal 2014: Volume 3 Issue 1
Oh, you don’t look Māori: Socially assigned ethnicityAshlea Gillon, Donna Cormack, Belinda BorellMAI Journal 2019: volume 8, issue 2
Julian Wilcox: Exemplar Māori language learnerMatiu Tai Rātima, Julian WilcoxMAI Journal 2016: Volume 5 Issue 2
Finding “Te Wherro” in Ōtākou: Māori and the early days of the Otago gold rushLloyd CarpenterMAI Journal 2013: Volume 2 Issue 2
Ngāi Tahu kaitiakitangaJim WilliamsMAI Journal 2012: Volume 1 Issue 2
Book review of Ara mai he tētēkura—Visioning our futures: New and emerging pathways of Māori academic leadershipMargaret WilkieMAI Journal 2014: Volume 3 Issue 1
Te Kete Whanaketanga―Rangatahi: A Model of Positive Development for Rangatahi MāoriHinekura Simmonds, Niki Harré and Sue CrengleMAI Journal 2014: Volume 3 Issue 3
Book review: "Ko te whenua te utu—Land is the price: Essays on Māori history, land and politics" (M. P. K. Sorrenson)Dayle TakitimuMAI Journal 2015: Volume 4 Issue 2
Hua parakore: an indigenous food sovereignty initiative and hallmark of excellence for food and product productionJessica Hutchings, Percy Tipene, Gretta Carney, Angeline Greensill, Pounamu Skelton, Mahinarangi BakerMAI Journal 2012: Volume 1 Issue 2
“We're all in it together”: Māori and Pacific student voices on ethnic-specific equity programmes in a New Zealand universityHilary Dansey Dutton, David Tokiharu Mayeda, Moeata Keil, ‘I.- Futa- Helu ‘Ofamo‘oniMAI Journal 2016: Volume 5 Issue 1
’Education’s not going to get you pregnant’
Historical Trauma and Contemporary Rebuilding for Māori Women with Experiences of IncarcerationLily George, Elaine Ngamu, Maria Sidwell, Mal Hauraki, Nikki Martin-Fletcher, Lucy Ripia, Rangi Davis, Poihaere Ratima and Hiki WihongiMAI Journal 2014: Volume 3 Issue 3
MĀTAURANGA MĀORI AT THE OLYMPIC AND COMMONWEALTH GAMESBevan EruetiMAI Journal 2014: Volume 3 Issue 1
Ruru Parirau: Māori and Alcohol: The importance of destabilising negative stereotypes and the implications for policy and practiceKristen Maynard, Sarah Wright, Shirleyanne BrownMAI Journal 2013: Volume 2 Issue 2
Navigating the currents of kaupapa Māori and Pan-Pacific research methodologies in Aotearoa New ZealandSereana NaepiMAI Journal 2015: Volume 4 Issue 1
Introduction: Māori and ResilienceAmohia Boulton and Heather GiffordMAI Journal 2014: Volume 3 Issue 2
CLOAKED IN LIFE AND DEATH: Korowai, kaitiaki and tangihangaVincent Malcolm-Buchanan, Ngahuia Te Awekotuku, Linda Waimarie NikoraMAI Journal 2012: Volume 1 Issue 1
COMMENTARY Nā te hangarau tōku reo Māori i tāmi, mā te hangarau tōku reo Māori e hāpaiJoseph Selwyn Te RitoMAI Journal 2014: Volume 3 Issue 1
MĀORI CAREER INFORMATION SEEKINGSpencer LilleyMAI Journal 2013: Volume 2 Issue 1
End-of-Life Care and Māori Whānau ResilienceTess Moeke-Maxwell, Linda Nikora, Ngahuia Te AweokotukuMAI Journal 2014: Volume 3 Issue 2
’Education’s not going to get you pregnant’Ella MyftariMAI Journal 2015: Volume 4 Issue 2
Rourou Māori methodological approach to researchGlenis Mark, Kerry Chamberlain, Amohia BoultonMAI Journal 2015: Volume 4 Issue 1
Ka Pīoioi i te Tihi o Ngā Kahikatea Measuring Ngāi Tai Iwi VitalityJodi Porter and Mihi RatimaMAI Journal 2014: Volume 3 Issue 3
Indigenous ‘stakeholders’? Theorising external citizenship rights for Māori in AustraliaKiri West-McGruer, Louise HumpageMAI Journal 2015: Volume 4 Issue 2
The Māori identity migration modelArama RataMAI Journal 2015: Volume 4 Issue 1
Infinitely welcome: Education pōwhiri and ethnic performativityGeorgina Stewart, Karaitiana Tamatea, Carl MikaMAI Journal 2015: Volume 4 Issue 2
Utilising Kaupapa Māori Approaches to Initiate ResearchTangiwai RewiMAI Journal 2014: Volume 3 Issue 3
Māori tourism geographies: Values, morals and shifting tourism terrainsSandi Ringham, Naomi Simmonds, Lynda JohnstonMAI Journal 2016: Volume 5 Issue 2
Māori and the Christchurch Earthquakes: The Interplay Between Indigenous Endurance and Resilience Through Urban DisasterSimon LambertMAI Journal 2014: Volume 3 Issue 2
Identity and demographics predict voter enrolment on the Māori electoral roll: Findings from a national sample Lara M. Greaves, Danny Osborne, Carla A. Houkamau, Chris G. SibleyMAI Journal 2017: Volume 6 Issue 1
How usable is a smartphone with a Māori-language interface?Paora Mato, Te Taka Keegan, Leilani NaeraMAI Journal 2016: Volume 5 Issue 1
Smoking, Not Our Tikanga: Exploring representations of Māori and smoking in national mediaEmerald Muriwai, Marewa GloverMAI Journal 2016: Volume 5 Issue 1
Understanding Māori food security and food sovereignty issues in WhakatāneTaima Moeke-Pickering, Mate Heitia, Sonny Heitia, Rolinda Karapu, Sheila Cote-MeekMAI Journal 2015: Volume 4 Issue 1
Māori students' experiences of their Māori identity in a Bachelor of Physical Education Rochai Taiaroa, Wayne SmithMAI Journal 2017: Volume 6 Issue 1
Conceptualising the Link Between Resilience and Whānau Ora: Results From a Case StudyAmohia Boulton, Heather GiffordMAI Journal 2014: Volume 3 Issue 2
Haka on the Horizon: Māori contemporary dance and whare tapereOjeya Cruz BanksMAI Journal 2017: Volume 6 Issue 1
Te ahi i te ao Māori: Māori use of fire: Traditional use of fire to inform current and future fire management in New ZealandGrace Aroha Stone, E. R. (Lisa) LangerMAI Journal 2015: Volume 4 Issue 1
Why isn’t my professor Māori? A snapshot of the academic workforce in New Zealand universitiesT.G. McAllister, J.Kidman, O.Rowley, R.F. TheodoreMAI Journal 2019: volume 8, issue 2
Commentary: The potential for the use of karakia at the beginning of the restoration processAnaru EketoneMAI Journal 2013: Volume 2 Issue 2
Developing new approaches for the recruitment and retention of Indigenous participants in longitudinal research: Lessons from E Moe, Māmā: Maternal Sleep and Health in Aotearoa/New ZealandSarah-Jane Paine, Monique Priston, T. Leigh Signal, Bronwyn Sweeney, Diane MullerMAI Journal 2013: Volume 2 Issue 2
Māori dialect issues and Māori language ideologies in the revitalisation eraPeter J. KeeganMAI Journal 2017: Volume 6 Issue 2
Perceptions of Te Rongoā kākāriki: Green Prescription health service among Māori in the Waikato and Ngāti Tūwharetoa roheMargaret H. Williams, Elaine Rush, Nic Crook, David SimmonsMAI Journal 2015: Volume 4 Issue 2
The Use of Exercise Physiology in the Advancement of Māori Well-Being: The Application of Kaupapa in Lab-Based ResearchIsaac Warbrick, Amohia Boulton, Stephen Stannard and Chris CunninghamMAI Journal 2014: Volume 3 Issue 3
Listening to the kaitiaki: consequences of the loss of abundance and biodiversity of coastal ecosystems in Aotearoa New ZealandJonathan Dick, Janet Stephenson, Rauru Kirikiri, Henrik Moller, Rachel TurnerMAI Journal 2012: Volume 1 Issue 2
Ngā Ara Manukura: An international comparison of indigenous peoples' experiences of entering tertiary educationAni Cumming-RuwhiuMAI Journal 2015: Volume 4 Issue 1
Ngā waka o tawhitiHaki TuaupikiMAI Journal 2017: Volume 6 Issue 3
Rebuilding a ‘whare’ body of knowledge to inform ‘a’ Māori perspective of healthSharyn HeatonMAI Journal 2015: Volume 4 Issue 2
TAKITORU: FROM PARALLEL TO PARTNERSHIP: A ritual of engagement based on Te Tiriti o Waitangi for implementing safe cultural pracRawiri (David) Waretini KarenaMAI Journal 2012: Volume 1 Issue 1
RESTORING THE MAURI TO THE PRE- MV RENA STATETumanako Ngawhika Fa‘aui and Te Kipa Kepa Brian MorganMAI Journal 2014: Volume 3 Issue 1
Why isn’t my professor Pasifika? A snapshot of the academic workforce in New Zealand universitiesSereana NaepiMAI Journal 2019: volume 8, issue 2
Decolonisation through reconciliation: The role of Pākehā identity Diana AmundsenMAI Journal 2018: Volume 7 Issue 2
Deterritorialising geopolitical spaces and challenging neoliberal conditions through language revernacularisation in kōhanga reoMere SkerrettMAI Journal 2012: Volume 1 Issue 2
Kia manawanui: Kaupapa Māori film theoretical frameworkAngela Moewaka BarnesMAI Journal 2018: Volume 7 Issue 1
Book review: Te Whiti o Rongomai and the resistance of ParihakaSpencer LilleyMAI Journal 2016: Volume 5 Issue 1
The long dark cloud of racial inequality and historiographical omissions: The New Zealand Native Land CourtBeryl Woolford RoaMAI Journal 2012: Volume 1 Issue 1
Mana mātua: Being young Māori parentsFelicity Ware, Mary Breheny, Margaret ForsterMAI Journal 2018: Volume 7 Issue 1
A Kaupapa Māori analysis of Tātaiako - Considering Māori education policyMaia HetarakaMAI Journal 2019: volume 8, issue 2
GLASS CEILINGS IN NEW ZEALAND UNIVERSITIES: Inequities in Māori and Pacific promotions and earningsTara G McAllister, Jesse Kokaua, Sereana Naepi, Joanna Kidman, Reremoana TheodoreMAI Journal 2020: Volume 9 Issue 3
Research at the interface: Bi-cultural studio in New Zealand, a case studyPenny Allan, Huhana SmithMAI Journal 2013: Volume 2 Issue 2
A Cultural Turn: The Trivialisation of Indigenous Research Ethics in New Zealand Post-2012 Health and Disability Ethics CommitteBarry Smith and Martin TolichMAI Journal 2014: Volume 3 Issue 3
Book review of Working as allies: Supporters of indigenous justice reflectHeather CameMAI Journal 2014: Volume 3 Issue 1
What you can't see can hurt you: How do stereotyping, implicit bias and stereotype threat affect Māori health?Carla A. HoukamauMAI Journal 2016: Volume 5 Issue 2
Framing the Māori economy: The complex business of Māori businessMaria Amoamo, Diane Ruwhiu, Lynette CarterMAI Journal 2018: Volume 7 Issue 1
TE MAHARA, TE TOHENGA ME TE MAHI WHAKAUMU Mainstreaming e-Education in an indigenous tertiary context: Conscientisation, resistance and transformative e-PraxisSheryl Lee FergusonMAI Journal 2014: Volume 3 Issue 1
"It's good for me and my whānau": Marae participation as a springboard for orangaKiri Frances Parata, Heather GiffordMAI Journal 2017: Volume 6 Issue 1
Elevating the mana of soil through the Hua Parakore FrameworkJessica Hutchings, Jo Smith, Garth HarmsworthMAI Journal 2018: Volume 7 Issue 1
Oranga mokopuna: A tāngata whenua rights-based approach to health and wellbeingPaula King, Donna Cormack, Mark KōpuaMAI Journal 2018: Volume 7 Issue 2
Book review of Matters of the heart: A history of intermarriage in New ZealandHelene ConnorMAI Journal 2014: Volume 3 Issue 1
Economy of Mana: Where to next?Kiri Dell, Nimbus Staniland, Amber NicholsonMAI Journal 2018: Volume 7 Issue 1
CorrigendumMAI Journal 2014: Volume 3 Issue 1
An iwi homeland: Country of the heartAdreanne Ormond, Johanna OrmondMAI Journal 2018: Volume 7 Issue 1
Book reviewsTina Makereti, Peter KeeganMAI Journal 2015: Volume 4 Issue 1
"It's all part of the job": Everyday silencing in the life of a secondary school teacherLiana MacDonald, Martyn ReynoldsMAI Journal 2017: Volume 6 Issue 1
Ngā piki me ngā heke Te reo Māori ki ngā hinonga kāwanatangaGianna LeoniMAI Journal 2017: Volume 6 Issue 3
Community-Based Responses to High Rates of HIV among Indigenous PeoplesClive Aspin, Mera Penehira, Alison Green, Linda Tuhiwai SmithMAI Journal 2014: Volume 3 Issue 2
The performance of whaikōreroJames KellyMAI Journal 2017: Volume 6 Issue 2
Measuring Māori children’s wellbeing: A discussion paperFiona CramMAI Journal 2019: volume 8, issue 1
Book review of New Treaty, new tradition: Reconciling New Zealand and Māori lawKatharina RuckstuhlMAI Journal 2018: Volume 7 Issue 1
Theorising representation in the Māori seats: The crucial role of accountabilitySylvia Nissen, Lindsey Te Ata o Tu MacDonaldMAI Journal 2017: Volume 6 Issue 2
WhakaariSheryl Lee FergusonMAI Journal 2017: Volume 6 Issue 3
Ko hurumutu te reo: Ko te matenga o te reo ki ŌtākouMegan PōtikiMAI Journal 2017: Volume 6 Issue 3
Te WaharoaJani WilsonMAI Journal 2017: Volume 6 Issue 2
Māori knowledge and consumer tribesTyron Love, Jörg Finsterwalder, Alastair TombsMAI Journal 2018: Volume 7 Issue 1
He wai! The place of waiata in extrapolating tūrangawaewaeValance SmithMAI Journal 2017: Volume 6 Issue 2
Ka Mate: A commodity to trade or taonga to treasure?Jeremy Hapeta, Farah Palmer, Yusuke KurodaMAI Journal 2018: Volume 7 Issue 2
Documentary analysis hui: An emergent bricolage method for culturally responsive qualitative researchCarol Cardno, Norma Rosales-Anderson, Morehu McDonaldMAI Journal 2017: Volume 6 Issue 2
Hui e! Tāiki e! United and ready to progress the purposeRobert PouwhareMAI Journal 2017: Volume 6 Issue 2
Māori Resistance in New Zealand feature film historyJani Katarina Taituha WilsonMAI Journal 2018: Volume 7 Issue 1
Post-disaster indigenous mental health support: Tangata whaiora networks after the 2010-2012 Ōtautahi/Christchurch earthquakesSimon LambertMAI Journal 2016: Volume 5 Issue 1
Tē whai au i te tira haereTaiarahia BlackMAI Journal 2017: Volume 6 Issue 3
Bringing the "trickster wasp" into the discourse on biotechnological controls of "pest wasps"Ocean Ripeka MercierMAI Journal 2017: Volume 6 Issue 1
He manga wai e kore e Whitikia? Ngā au ripo o te reo rua, o te iwi kōrero MāoriVini Ieni Olsen-ReederMAI Journal 2017: Volume 6 Issue 3
Giving voice to the unheard in higher education: Critical autoethnography, Tongan males and educational research David Fa’avaeMAI Journal 2018: Volume 7 Issue 2
Self-report versus informant-report in the measurement of Māori offenders’ wellbeing Tess Chalmers, Mei Wah Marjorie WilliamsMAI Journal 2018: Volume 7 Issue 2
Book review of Indigenous data sovereignty: Towards an agendaEmerald MuriwaiMAI Journal 2017: Volume 6 Issue 2
Cultural dissonance in tertiary education: History repeating itselfMegan Fitzpatrick, Jeanette BermanMAI Journal 2016: Volume 5 Issue 2
He kaupapa whānau ako reo: He tauira nā Te Kura Whānau ReoAwanui Te Huia, Maureen MullerMAI Journal 2017: Volume 6 Issue 3
Book review of The spirit of Māori leadership Tanya AllportMAI Journal 2017: Volume 6 Issue 1
Book review of Te manu kai i te mātauranga: Indigenous psychology in Aotearoa/New ZealandSuzanne PitamaMAI Journal 2017: Volume 6 Issue 2
Te kura mai i tawhiti research programme: A collaborative lifecourse approach to health, wellbeing and whānau developmentMihi Ratima, Reremoana Theodore, Aroaro Tamati, Erana Hond-Flavell, Will Edwards, Hinerangi Korewha, Gareth J. Treharne, Ruakere Hond, David Craig, Richie PoultonMAI Journal 2019: volume 8, issue 1
The Pacific Research Paradigm: Opportunities and challengesEseta Tualaulelei, Judy McFall-McCafferyMAI Journal 2019: volume 8, issue 2
Rauaroha: he tohu aroha rau i te akorangaKaryn Paringatai, Suzanne Pitama, Jacinta Ruru, Te Taka KeeganMAI Journal 2017: Volume 6 Issue 3
Book Review of Critical conversations in kaupapa MāoriAmohia BoultonMAI Journal 2018: Volume 7 Issue 2
Support for teaching te reo Māori in Primary SchoolsCorrena Matika, Carla Houkamau, Chris SibleyMAI Journal 2019: volume 8, issue 2
Developing mahi-toi theory and analysisJani Katarina Taituha WilsonMAI Journal 2017: Volume 6 Issue 2
Recalling tūrangawaewae: Pōwhiri in New Zealand feature filmJani Katarina Taituha WilsonMAI Journal 2017: Volume 6 Issue 2
Book Review of Beyond the imperial frontier: The contest for colonial New ZealandCarwyn JonesMAI Journal 2016: Volume 5 Issue 1
Book review of Matariki: The star of the yearTe Taka KeeganMAI Journal 2017: Volume 6 Issue 2
STORYING KAITIAKITANGA: Exploring Kaupapa Māori land and water food storiesJessica Hutchings, Jo Smith, Yvonne Taura, Garth Harmsworth, Shaun AwatereMAI Journal 2020: Volume 9 Issue 3
Contemporary popular Waiata provide a place of BelongingMaree SheehanMAI Journal 2017: Volume 6 Issue 2
Te tauākī tikanga tuku iho i te haeata ki parihaka: He tukanga anō, he momo anō, he tauira anōRuakere HondMAI Journal 2017: Volume 6 Issue 3
Enhancing drinking water quality in remote Māori communitiesWendy Henwood, Troy Brockbank, Helen Moewaka Barnes, Elaine Moriarty, Christian Zammit, Tim McCreanorMAI Journal 2019: volume 8, issue 2
Protein intake by Māori of advanced ageBriar Bennett, Carol Wham, Ruth Teh, Simon Moyes, Mere Kepa, Eruera Maxted, Ngaire KerseMAI Journal 2017: Volume 6 Issue 2
Teacher trainees’ attitudes and motivations towards learning te reo MāoriRussell S. PineMAI Journal 2018: Volume 7 Issue 2
He iti, he pounamu: the significance of doctoral theses written in te reo MāoriGeorgina StewartMAI Journal 2019: volume 8, issue 1
Book Review of Indigeneity: A politics of potentialMoana JacksonMAI Journal 2018: Volume 7 Issue 1
Deathly narratives: Theorising “reo-rientation” for language revitalisation discoursesVincent Ieni Olsen-ReederMAI Journal 2018: Volume 7 Issue 2
Te ao Māori o te Wānanga Takiura – He ao wairua, he wairua tuku ihoTawhirimatea Williams, Kaa Williams, Kim Williams, and Sophie Tauwehe TamatiMAI Journal 2019: volume 8, issue 3
The use of audio technology to support second language learners of te reo MāoriAwanui Te HuiaMAI Journal 2019: volume 8, issue 1
Te rangahau o te tuakiri Māori me ngā waiaro ā-pūtea - Background, theoretical orientation and first-wave response ratesCarla Houkamau, Chris Sibley, Manuka HenareMAI Journal 2019: volume 8, issue 2
Transitory Māori Identities - Māori students shape-shifting like MāuiTania Cliffe-TautariMAI Journal 2019: volume 8, issue 2
Maumahara Papahou: A mobile augmented reality memory treasure box based on Māori mnemonic aidsIvy Taia, Annika Hinze, Nic Vanderschantz and Te Taka KeeganMAI Journal 2019: volume 8, issue 2
Te orokohanga o Te Aho MatuaKimai TockerMAI Journal 2019: volume 8, issue 3
Leadership through learning – Normalising Māori and Pacific leadership and learning success in a tertiary environmentAbigail McClutchie
Interpreting the narratives of Māori entrepreneursJess Nandu-Templeton, Mark Vanderklei, Herb de Vries, Tyron Love, Robert HamiltonMAI Journal 2017: Volume 6 Issue 2
Te matarua o te hangarau Dean Mahuta, Rachael Ka'ai-MahutaMAI Journal 2017: Volume 6 Issue 3
Tatala ‘a e Koloa ‘o e To’utangata Tonga: A way to disrupt and decolonise doctoral researchDavid Fa‘avaeMAI Journal 2019: volume 8, issue 1
The use of te reo Māori In economic activities in the 19th centuryGianna LeoniMAI Journal 2019: volume 8, issue 1
Rights and resurgence in Aotearoa New Zealand: A case study Sierra HamptonMAI Journal 2020: Volume 9 Issue 2
He Vaka Moana – Navigating Māori and Pasifika student success through a collaborative research fellowship'Ema Wolfgramm-Foliaki and Hinekura Smith
The Digital Vā: Pasifika education innovation during the Covid-19 pandemicDion Enari and Jacoba MatapoMAI Journal 2020: Volume 9 Issue 4 - Covid-19 Issue
The relevance of Te Tiriti o Waitangi in the Covid-19 eraClaire ChartersMAI Journal 2020: Volume 9 Issue 4 - Covid-19 Issue
Whānau, Tikanga and Tino Rangatiratanga: What is at stake in the debate over the Ministry for Children?Luke FitzmauriceMAI Journal 2020: Volume 9 Issue 2
Ngā karakia tawhito ki Te Pūtake o te RiriHaturini McGarveyMAI Journal 2019: volume 8, issue 3
Mahi Aroha - Aroha ki te tangata, he tāngataFiona CramMAI Journal 2020: Volume 9 Issue 4 - Covid-19 Issue
Book Review of Killing te reo Māori: An Indigenous Language Facing ExtinctionVini Olsen-ReederMAI Journal 2019: volume 8, issue 1
Calling forth our pasts, citing our futures: an envisioning of a Kaupapa Māori citational practiceHana Burgess, Donna Cormack, Papaarangi ReidMAI Journal 2021: Volume 10 Issue 1
Provocation: Discouraging children from speaking te reo in schools as a strategic Māori initiativeTe Kawehau Hoskins, Kimai Tocker and Alison JonesMAI Journal 2020: Volume 9 Issue 2
Voices from a Ngāti Tiipa oral history projectTahu Kukutai, Nepia Mahuika, Heeni Kani, Denise Ewe, Karu Hura KukutaiMAI Journal 2020: Volume 9 Issue 3
"Wake up, Sheeple!" Conspiracy theories and Māori during the COVID-19 pandemic Byron RangiwaiMAI Journal 2021: Volume 10 Issue 1
Te Hihiri: A process of coming to knowAmber NicholsonMAI Journal 2020: Volume 9 Issue 2
Hei mataaho – He tuhinga Kaupapa MāoriKrystal Te Rina Warren & Kewa Cashell-WarrenMAI Journal 2019: volume 8, issue 3
FROM EXPLOITATIVE TO REGENERATIVE TOURISM: Tino rangatiratanga and tourism in Aotearoa New ZealandHelen Matunga, Hirini Matunga, Stephen UrlichMAI Journal 2020: Volume 9 Issue 3
He Piki Raukura: Understanding Strengths-based Māori child development constructs in Kaupapa Māori early years provisionAroaro Tamati, Mihi Ratima, Erana Hond-Flavell, Will Edwards, Ruakere Hond, Hinerangi Korewha, Gareth J. Treharne, Reremoana Theodore, Richie PoultonMAI Journal 2021: Volume 10 Issue 1
Igniting the vā – Vā-kā methodology in a Māori-Pasifika research fellowshipHinekura Smith and 'Ema Wolfgramm-Foliaki
The art of wayfinding Pasifika successJacoba Matapo and Tim Baice
I am who I am – Pacific tertiary students and the centrality of ethnic identity for successful outcomesMelani Anae and Ingrid Peterson
Growing the fleet–A Māori re-search-teina’s perspective on Māori and Pasifika re-search relationalityAshlea Gillon
Body Sovereignty and Te MatatiniAshlea GillonMAI Journal 2020: Volume 9 Issue 2
UNDERSTANDING PASIFIKA MENTAL HEALTH IN NEW ZEALAND: A review of the literatureSarah A. Kapeli, Sam Manuela, Chris G. SibleyMAI Journal 2020: Volume 9 Issue 3
Te Takarangi: The Significance of curating a sample list of Māori authorised non-fiction booksJacinta Ruru, Jeanette Wikaira and Angela WanhallaMAI Journal 2020: Volume 9 Issue 2
Pasifika students and learning to learn at UniversityMarcia Leenen-Young
The experiences of whānau and kaiako with Speech-Language Therapy in Kaupapa Māori educationEllen Faithfull, Karen M. Brewer, Linda HandMAI Journal 2020: Volume 9 Issue 3
Lalanga ha kaha’u monu’ia–Helping science educators to embed Indigenous knowledge, values and cultures in coursesSonia Fonua
Te rangiwhāwhā o ngā atua MāoriDean MahutaMAI Journal 2019: volume 8, issue 3
He Vaka Moana (Full Issue)Guest Editors - Hinekura Smith and 'Ema Wolfgramm-Foliaki
Book Review of Decolonizing Research: Indigenous Storywork as MethodologyReviewer - Ashlea Gillon
The long shadow of inequity for Māori with goutLeanne Te Karu, Timothy Kenealy, Linda Bryant, Bruce Arroll, Matire HarwoodMAI Journal 2020: Volume 9 Issue 2
THE MĀORI ELECTORAL OPTION: How can trends in roll choices be explained?Maria BarghMAI Journal 2020: Volume 9 Issue 3
RIGHTS-BASED APPROACHES TO IMPROVING FOOD AVAILABILITY FOR TAMARIKI MĀORIChristina McKerchar, Paula King, Cameron Lacey, Gillian Abel, Louise SignalMAI Journal 2020: Volume 9 Issue 3
New Normal - Same inequities or engaged Te Tiriti partnership?Tahu Kukutai, Tracey McIntosh, Helen Moewaka Barnes, Tim McCreanorMAI Journal 2020: Volume 9 Issue 4 - Covid-19 Issue
Measuring whanaungatanga and identity for well-being in rangatahi MāoriLara M. Greaves, Jade Le Grice, Ariel Schwencke, Sue Crengle, Sonia Lewycka, Logan Hamley, Terryann C. ClarkMAI Journal 2021: Volume 10 Issue 2
The impact on whānau wellbeing: transferring to secondary or tertiary hospitalsKendall Stevenson, Fiona Cram, Sara Filoche, and Beverley LawtonMAI Journal 2020: Volume 9 Issue 2
THEATRE MARAE: Māori theatre pedagogy in researchHelen Pearse-OteneMAI Journal 2020: Volume 9 Issue 3
Te whare tapa whā: The impact of physical distancing on the health and well-being of kuia and korohekeRāwiri Tinirau, Ana Te Putere O Te Rangi Allen, Miriama Cribb, Hine Maraku, Susie WakefieldMAI Journal 2021: Volume 10 Issue 1
KĀRE Ā-TINANA, ENGARI, Ā-WAIRUA: TE MANA O TE KARERE: Re-thinking Indigenous postgraduate whanaungatangaAshlea Gillon, Kiri West, Yvonne UalesiMAI Journal 2020: Volume 9 Issue 4 - Covid-19 Issue
ONCE WERE GARDENERS: Māra and planting protest at IhumātaoRhieve-Sheridan Grey, Charlotte Muru-Lanning, Nicholas Jones, Marama Muru-Lanning, Tia DawesMAI Journal 2020: Volume 9 Issue 3
System reset - Regenerating the marae economyMerata KawharuMAI Journal 2020: Volume 9 Issue 4 - Covid-19 Issue
RIGHTS-BASED APPROACHES TO IMPROVING FOOD AVAILABILITY FOR TAMARIKI MĀORI
The impact of the COVID-19 level 4 lockdown on food security among whānau of decile 1 schoolsDavid Tipene-Leach, Pippa McKelvie-SebileauMAI Journal 2021: Volume 10 Issue 1
STUDENT VOICE: Learning paangarau in a Maaori-medium modern learning environmentNgaarewa Haawera, Leeana HerewiniMAI Journal 2020: Volume 9 Issue 3
Race-based hate crime in AotearoaTina Ngata, Arama Rata, Dilwin SantosMAI Journal 2021: Volume 10 Issue 2
Tangi te Kawekaweā: Whānau engagement in Kaupapa Māori Early Years Provision-an exploratory qualitative studyErana Hond-Flavell, Reremoana Theodore, Gareth J. Treharne, Aroaro Tamati, Will Edwards, Richie Poulton, Ruakere Hond, Mihi RatimaMAI Journal 2021: Volume 10 Issue 1
Tapu and noa as negotiators of Māori gender roles in pre-colonial Aotearoa and todayKelly Mitchell, Vini Olsen-ReederMAI Journal 2021: Volume 10 Issue 2
Tackling systemic racism in academic promotion processesReremoana Theodore, Joanna Kidman, Sereana Naepi, Jesse Kokaua, Tara McAllisterMAI Journal 2021: Volume 10 Issue 2
Whakapiki Wairua: Co-designing and implementing a Māori mindfulness mental health intervention in a wharekuraMarama McDonald, Waikaremoana Waitoki, Anna RollestonMAI Journal 2021: Volume 10 Issue 2
Ngā kare ā-roto o ngā Kaipupuri WhenuaKiri M. Dell, Hinetu N. Dell MNZMMAI Journal 2021: Volume 10 Issue 2
Ngā taonga mōhiotanga. Voices of kaumātua and early childhood education leadersLesley Kay Rameka, Brenda Eva Soutar & Vanessa Anne PakiMAI Journal 2021: Volume 10 Issue 2
Is This Professor Māori? Personal reflections on identity in academia in Aotearoa New ZealandJohn OvertonMAI Journal 2021: Volume 10 Issue 1
The Initial COVID-19 Rāhui: Resilience among social work tauira in Tairāwhiti and Hawke's BayRehia Whaanga, Raema MerchantMAI Journal 2021: Volume 10 Issue 1
Once were navigators. Reclaiming ancestral navigational methods as a methodological research practiceCadence KaumoanaMAI Journal 2021: Volume 10 Issue 2
SURVIVANCE AS NARRATIVE IDENTITY: Voices from a Ngāti Tiipa oral history projectTahu Kukutai, Nepia Mahuika, Heeni Kani, Denise Ewe, Karu Hura KukutaiMAI Journal 2020: Volume 9 Issue 3
The voices of kaumātua during the COVID-19 pandemicTeorongonui Josie Keelan, Ngahuia Te Awekotuku, Linda Waimarie Nikora, Kiri Edge, Karyn Okeroa McRaeMAI Journal 2021: Volume 10 Issue 2
Researcher positionality as self-reflexivity in indigenous entrepreneurship research - from Zimbabwe to AotearoaAdmiral Munyaradzi MangandaMAI Journal 2021: Volume 10 Issue 2
Mairangitia te angitū. Ngāpuhi student role models and aspirations for the futureMelinda Webber, Reumah Horne, Rāhera MeindersMAI Journal 2021: Volume 10 Issue 2
Whatuora. Theorising a Kaupapa Māori arts-based methodology Hinekura SmithMAI Journal 2021: Volume 10 Issue 2
Mārakai as sites of ahi kaa and resistance Ken Taiapa, Helen Moewaka Barnes & Tim McCreanorMAI Journal 2021: Volume 10 Issue 2
Tū manawa ora, tū manawa toa Aaron Hapuku, Christina McKerchar & Lee ThompsonMAI Journal 2021: Volume 10 Issue 2
Cultural Pride: Exploring Indigenous athlete culture and wellbeingDion Enari, Sierra Keung
He reo tuku iho, he reo ora: Living language transmitted intergenerationallyTe Reo Irirangi o Te Hiku o Te Ika
Hapū Wānanga: A Kaupapa Māori childbirth education class for Māori and non-Māori māmā hapū and whānauNikki M. Barrett, Lisette Burrows, Polly Atatoa-Carr, Linda T. Smith
State agencies and researchers engaging with indigenous communities on climate change adaptation planning: A systematic reviewBridgette Masters-Awatere, Patricia Young, Rebekah Graham
CLIMATE CRISIS AS A CATALYST TO ADVANCE INDIGENOUS RIGHTSNathan Hoturoa Gray, Ariana E Athy, Taciano L MilfontMAI Journal 2022: Volume 11 Issue 2
Book Review of Te Kai a te Rangatira: Leadership from the Māori worldEmma Gattey
Facilitators of, and Barriers to, whānau engagement in Kaupapa Māori early years provision: A retrospective survey ...
Te ara o te moa: Patua te ngāngara e kai ana i ngā rākau taketake o AotearoaKiri Dell, Te Mihinga Komene, Natasha Tassell-Matamua, Pikihuia Pomare, Bridgette Masters-Awatere
DEVELOPING A KAUPAPA WHĀNAU FRAMEWORK TO EXPLORE SOCIAL, CULTURAL AND HEALTH BENEFITS OF A WHĀNAU-INSPIRED INITIATIVEAngelique RewetiMAI Journal 2022: Volume 11 Issue 2
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Moko Wahine: A framework for guiding and nurturing Māori women leadersShonelle Wana
INVISIBILISED COLONIAL NORMS AND THE OCCLUSION OF MĀTAURANGA MĀORI IN THE CARE AND PROTECTION OF TAMAITI ATAWHAIMorgan Tupaea, Jade Le Grice, Fern SmithMAI Journal 2022: Volume 11 Issue 2
JOURNEY TOWARDS UNDERSTANDING: The place of whakapapa as a Māori academicJan DewarMAI Journal 2022: Volume 11 Issue 2
21ST 1 CENTURY PAPAKĀINGA: A blueprint for resilienceWaereti Tait-Wall, Tess Kora, Shaun Awatere, Matua Rereata Makiha, Lara TaylorMAI Journal 2022: Volume 11 Issue 2
FACILITATORS OF, AND BARRIERS TO, WHĀNAU ENGAGEMENT IN KAUPAPA MĀORI EARLY YEARS PROVISION: A retrospective survey at a Taranaki
State agencies and researchers engaging with indigenous communities on climate change adaptation planning: A systematic review [
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WHAKAPAPA: Our ways of knowing, being and doing Paia TaaniMAI Journal 2022: Volume 11 Issue 2
TUIA I ROTO: A qualitative exploration of Māori cultural embeddednessRiriwai Fox, Gloria Fraser, Tia Neha, Paul E JoseMAI Journal 2022: Volume 11 Issue 2