• He riri tā te tawa uho, he riri tā te tawa para

      Cowell, Jamie Te-Huia (Auckland University of Technology, 2013)
      Te reo Māori (the Māori language) is the life-force of what it means to be Māori, and embedded in the language is Māori knowledge, customs and culture. However, the health of the language was significantly compromised in ...
    • How effective are school-based interventions in terms of complementing academic achievement for male Pasifika high school students?

      Gavet, George Otto (Auckland University of Technology, 2011)
      Pasifika students continue to fail academically at high school at a disproportionate rate compared to their European/Pākehā and Asian counterparts. The purpose of this research is to evaluate an after school programme that ...
    • Mana whenua, mana moana: Tūhourangi and Lake Rotokākahi

      Faiers, Nari (Auckland University of Technology, 2013)
      Mana whenua and mana moana are cultural concepts that are intrinsically linked to Māori cultural and environmental landscapes and identity. These physical landscapes embody ancestral legacies validating tūrangawaewae rights ...
    • Māori entrepreneurship: a Māori perspective

      Dawson, Bridget (Auckland University of Technology, 2012)
      Entrepreneurship is gaining international recognition as a pathway for the economic and social development of countries. Within New Zealand the entrepreneurial ability of the indigenous population, Māori, is receiving an ...
    • Understanding juvenile transitions from the justice system

      Joseph, Angela Isabel (Auckland University of Technology, 2012)
      The main purpose of this qualitative research project is to understand the transition process of young people from the Youth Justice (YJ) system and identify the factors that influence them during this process. The research ...