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The Faculty of Culture and Society is comprised of the School of Hospitality and Tourism, the School of Education, the School of Language and Culture and the School of Social Sciences and Public Policy, as well as three research institutes:
  • The Institute of Public Policy (IPP);
  • The New Zealand Tourism Research Institute (NZTRI);
  • The Institute of Culture, Discourse and Communication (ICDC).
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  • The Cover of Herbs' First Pacific Reggae Album: Perusing the Paratext

    Turner, E (Art & Design, Communication Studies, and Business, Auckland University of Technology, 2019)
    The cover of Herbs' award-winning EP What's Be Happen? is dominated by an image of the final day of the Bastion Point occupation in Ōrākei, Auckland on 25 May, 1978. Released in 1981, the album has been recognised in a ...
  • Climate Finance Landscape for Aotearoa New Zealand: A Preliminary Survey

    Hall, D; Lindsay, S (Mōhio and Auckland University of Technology, 2018)
    This report, prepared by consultancy Mōhio, examines climate finance in New Zealand. It includes a snapshot of key existing climate finance flows and a look at the instruments available to the Government and private sector ...
  • The Christchurch Principles

    Hall, D (The Helen Clark Foundation and Auckland University of Technology, 2019)
    November 2019: We believe that the public sphere should be a place of equal participation. As the internet, and social media especially, becomes an increasingly influential public space, these digital media have greater ...
  • The Interwoven World Te Ao I Whiria: Towards an Integrated Landscape Approach in Aotearoa New Zealand

    Hall, D (The Policy Observatory, AUT, 2018)
    In this discussion paper, The Policy Observatory’s Dr David Hall explores the ways that New Zealanders think about the landscape, and how these ideas influence actual decisions about land use. To put New Zealand on the ...
  • New Zealand’s Living Standards Framework: What Might Amartya Sen Say?

    Hall, D
    Amartya Sen’s capability approach is a guiding light for international efforts to improve the measurement of national well-being. This article compares Sen’s nuanced philosophical ideal with the New Zealand Treasury’s ...
  • A State of Licence: The Social Licence to Operate as an Opportunity for the Forestry Sector

    Hall, D (New Zealand Institute of Forestry, 2019)
    This paper discusses the paradox of social licence faced by the forestry sector today. It explores how the idea of the social licence of operate (SLO) relates to the tradition of social contract theory. This philosophical ...
  • Level of Prior Education as a Predictor of Academic Performance in the Bio Science Papers

    Khareedi, R; Jhagroo, J (Crimson Publishers, 2019)
    Background: The cohort of students enrolled in the bio science papers at the Bachelor of Health Science (Oral Health) programme reflects a structural diversity in that it includes students of differing levels of prior ...
  • Constructing a Dialogic Pedagogy in Virtual Learning Environments: A Literature Review

    Farooq, S; Benade, L (School of Education, Auckland University of Technology, 2019)
    This literature review is a condensed version of one prepared for a small-scale qualitative study of educators (Farooq, 2019) who have recently transitioned from face-to-face to online teaching at New Zealand tertiary ...
  • Early Childhood Education Policy Pathways: A Learning Story

    Farquhar, S; Gibbons, AN (Australian National University Press, 2019)
  • Exploring, Celebrating, and Deepening Oceanic Relationalities

    Cobb, DJ; Couch, D; Fonua, SM (Oceania Comparative and International Education Society (OCIES), 2019)
    The theme of the 2018 Oceania Comparative and International Society (OCIES) conference held at Victoria University of Wellington, in Wellington, New Zealand aimed to explore, celebrate, and deepen Oceanic relationalities. ...
  • Developing a Methodology for Public Engagement With Critical Research

    Boyask, R; Vigurs, K (SAGE Publications, 2017)
    In this article we argue that a refined understanding of ‘public’ and ‘public engagement’ can help researchers who produce critical research make better decisions towards achieving policy influence. We acknowledge the ...
  • Reading the 'Ghost Book': Māori Talk About Washday at the Pā, by Ans Westra

    Stewart, G; Dale, H (Springer, 2018)
    Washday at the Pā was an old school journal - a book designed for young readers, containing a photo-story of a typical day at home for a Māori mother and her children. Washday was published in 1964 by School Publications ...
  • Embracing the Muddle: Learning From the Experiences From Interdisciplinary Teaching and Learning Collaboration

    Neill, C; Corder, D; Wikitera, K-A; Cox, S (School of Education, Auckland University of Technology, 2017)
    Interdisciplinary, collaborative teaching and learning is recognised as important for twenty-first century tertiary education that seeks to build students’ critical thinking, cultural competence and global understanding. ...
  • A Tourism Inflex: Generation Z Travel Experiences

    Robinson, V; Schanzel, H (Emerald, 2019)
    Purpose The purpose of this paper is twofold. First, it highlights the emergence of Generation Z and the interface of its members with the tourism system. Second, by way of a theoretical model, the paper provides a more ...
  • He iti, he pounamu: The Significance of Doctoral Theses Written in Te Reo Māori

    Stewart, G (Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga, 2019)
    This article illuminates the embryonic academic practice of writing doctoral theses in te reo Mäori, storying the experiences of graduates, supervisors, examiners and senior managers involved in this pathway. In keeping ...
  • International Visitor Surveys: More Than Just Numbers

    Berno, T; Thorburn, E; Sun, M; Milne, S (School of Hospitality & Tourism, Auckland University of Technology, 2019)
    International visitor surveys (IVS) are traditionally designed to provide destinations with marketing data and intelligence. The New Zealand Tourism Research Institute has been developing new approaches to IVS implementation ...
  • A Critique of Rata on the Politics of Knowledge and Māori Education

    Stewart, G; Devine, N (Wilf Malcolm Institute of Educational Research, 2019)
    This article unpacks and critiques the scholarship of Elizabeth Rata on the politics of knowledge in education. Rata represents a widespread, though covert, influence within the global academy of an imperialist form of ...
  • What Can Indigenous Feminist Knowledge and Practices Bring to “indigenizing” the Academy?

    Anderson, K; Ruíz, EF; Stewart, G; Tlostanova, M (Indiana University Press, 2019)
    More than a decade has passed since North American Indigenous scholars began a public dialogue on how we might “Indigenize the academy.” Discussions around how to “Indigenize” and whether it’s possible to “decolonize” the ...
  • 'Savoy Truffle': Love, Lust and Longing in a Box of Chocolates

    Neill, L; Hemmington, N (Ingenta, 2018)
    This article re-reads The Beatles’ song, ‘Savoy Truffle’, not as an ode to Eric Clapton’s rotting teeth and chocolate consumption, but rather as a thinly veiled rock music metaphor reflecting the triptych love relationship ...
  • Hospitality Training for Prisoners: A Second Chance?

    Harkison, T; McIntosh, AJ (School of Hospitality & Tourism, Auckland University of Technology, 2019)
    Noting rising statistics relating to incarceration and reoffending, there has been increased attention given to analysing the delivery, effectiveness and challenges of hospitality training and employment programmes for ...

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