TitleAuthor(s)Journal Issue
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-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 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
Ngā pou wāhine: A framework of empowerment for Māori women and gambling misuseLaurie Morrison, Denise WilsonMAI Journal 2013: Volume 2 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
REMEMBERING THE DEEDS OF MĀUI: What messages are in the tuakana –teina pedagogy for tertiary educators?Mei WinitanaMAI Journal 2012: Volume 1 Issue 1
MEASURING MĀORI WELLBEING: A COMMENTARYFiona CramMAI Journal 2014: Volume 3 Issue 1
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
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
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
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
Book Review of Ngāpuhi Speaks Heather Came, Susan da SilvaMAI Journal 2013: Volume 2 Issue 2
AN ANALYSIS OF HOW RANGATAHI MĀORI USE SOCIAL NETWORKING SITESAcushla Deanne O’CarrollMAI Journal 2013: Volume 2 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
Commentary: The potential for the use of karakia at the beginning of the restoration processAnaru EketoneMAI Journal 2013: Volume 2 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
HE KŌRERO WAIRUA: Indigenous spiritual inquiry in rongoā researchAnnabel Ahuriri-DriscollMAI Journal 2014: Volume 3 Issue 1
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
RESTORING THE MAURI TO THE PRE- MV RENA STATETumanako Ngawhika Fa‘aui and Te Kipa Kepa Brian MorganMAI Journal 2014: Volume 3 Issue 1
A DISCURSIVE ANALYSIS OF RANGATIRATANGA IN A MĀORI FISHERIES CONTEXTAnne-Marie JacksonMAI Journal 2013: Volume 2 Issue 1
MĀORI CAREER INFORMATION SEEKINGSpencer LilleyMAI Journal 2013: Volume 2 Issue 1
Book review of Ara mai he tētēkura—Visioning our futures: New and emerging pathways of Māori academic leadershipP. Whitinui, M. Glover and D. Hikuroa (Eds.)MAI Journal 2014: Volume 3 Issue 1
MĀTAURANGA MĀORI AT THE OLYMPIC AND COMMONWEALTH GAMESBevan EruetiMAI Journal 2014: Volume 3 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
Deterritorialising geopolitical spaces and challenging neoliberal conditions through language revernacularisation in kōhanga reoMere SkerrettMAI Journal 2012: Volume 1 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
Historical Trauma, Healing and Well-Being in Māori CommunitiesRebecca Wirihana and Cherryl SmithMAI Journal 2014: Volume 3 Issue 3
The long dark cloud of racial inequality and historiographical omissions: The New Zealand Native Land CourtBeryl Woolford RoaMAI 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
Research at the interface: Bi-cultural studio in New Zealand, a case studyPenny Allan, Huhana SmithMAI Journal 2013: Volume 2 Issue 2
Māori and Indigenous Views on R & R: Resistance and ResilienceMera Penehira, Alison Green, Linda Tuhiwai Smith and Clive AspinMAI Journal 2014: Volume 3 Issue 2
Navigating the currents of kaupapa Māori and Pan-Pacific research methodologies in Aotearoa New ZealandSereana NaepiMAI Journal 2015: Volume 4 Issue 1
Whakaoranga Whānau: Whānau ResilienceJordan Waiti and Te Kani KingiMAI Journal 2014: Volume 3 Issue 2
Introduction: Māori and ResilienceAmohia Boulton and Heather GiffordMAI Journal 2014: Volume 3 Issue 2
A Māori and Pacific lens on infant and toddler provision in early childhood educationLesley Rameka, Ali GlasgowMAI Journal 2015: Volume 4 Issue 2
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
End-of-Life Care and Māori Whānau ResilienceTess Moeke-Maxwell, Linda Nikora and Ngahuia Te AweokotukuMAI Journal 2014: Volume 3 Issue 2
CorrigendumMAI Journal 2014: Volume 3 Issue 1
Māori and the Christchurch Earthquakes: The Interplay Between Indigenous Endurance and Resilience Through Urban DisasterSimon LambertMAI Journal 2014: Volume 3 Issue 2
Book review of Working as allies: Supporters of indigenous justice reflectMargaret JenMAI 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 of Matters of the heart: A history of intermarriage in New ZealandAngela WanhallaMAI Journal 2014: Volume 3 Issue 1
Utilising Kaupapa Māori Approaches to Initiate ResearchTangiwai RewiMAI Journal 2014: Volume 3 Issue 3
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
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
Ka Pīoioi i te Tihi o Ngā Kahikatea Measuring Ngāi Tai Iwi VitalityJodi Porter and Mihi RatimaMAI Journal 2014: Volume 3 Issue 3
Conceptualising the Link Between Resilience and Whānau Ora: Results From a Case StudyAmohia Boulton and Heather GiffordMAI 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
The Māori identity migration modelArama RataMAI Journal 2015: Volume 4 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
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
Smoking, Not Our Tikanga: Exploring representations of Māori and smoking in national mediaEmerald Muriwai, Marewa GloverMAI Journal 2016: Volume 5 Issue 1
Julian Wilcox: Exemplar Māori language learnerMatiu Tai Rātima, Julian WilcoxMAI Journal 2016: Volume 5 Issue 2
Infinitely welcome: Education pōwhiri and ethnic performativityGeorgina Stewart, Karaitiana Tamatea, Carl MikaMAI Journal 2015: Volume 4 Issue 2
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
Māori values in the workplace: Investing in diversityFleur Harris, Sonja Macfarlane, Angus Macfarlane, Matt JollyMAI Journal 2016: Volume 5 Issue 1
Community-Based Responses to High Rates of HIV among Indigenous PeoplesClive Aspin, Mera Penehira, Alison Green and Linda Tuhiwai SmithMAI Journal 2014: Volume 3 Issue 2
Ngā Ara Manukura: An international comparison of indigenous peoples' experiences of entering tertiary educationAni Cumming-RuwhiuMAI Journal 2015: Volume 4 Issue 1
Māori tourism geographies: Values, morals and shifting tourism terrainsSandi Ringham, Naomi Simmonds, Lynda JohnstonMAI Journal 2016: Volume 5 Issue 2
Rebuilding a ‘whare’ body of knowledge to inform ‘a’ Māori perspective of healthSharyn HeatonMAI Journal 2015: Volume 4 Issue 2
Indigenous ‘stakeholders’? Theorising external citizenship rights for Māori in AustraliaKiri West-McGruer, Louise HumpageMAI Journal 2015: Volume 4 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
“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
How usable is a smartphone with a Māori-language interface?Paora Mato, Te Taka Keegan, Leilani NaeraMAI Journal 2016: Volume 5 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
’Education’s not going to get you pregnant’
Book reviewsTina Makereti, Peter KeeganMAI Journal 2015: Volume 4 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
Māori students' experiences of their Māori identity in a Bachelor of Physical Education Rochai Taiaroa, Wayne SmithMAI Journal 2017: Volume 6 Issue 1
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
Whānau hauā: Reframing disability from an Indigenous perspectiveHuhana Hickey and Denise WilsonMAI Journal 2017: Volume 6 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
Book review: Te Whiti o Rongomai and the resistance of ParihakaSpencer LilleyMAI Journal 2016: Volume 5 Issue 1
Cultural dissonance in tertiary education: History repeating itselfMegan Fitzpatrick, Jeanette BermanMAI Journal 2016: Volume 5 Issue 2
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
Book Review of Beyond the imperial frontier: The contest for colonial New ZealandCarwyn JonesMAI Journal 2016: Volume 5 Issue 1
Haka on the Horizon: Māori contemporary dance and whare tapereOjeya Cruz BanksMAI Journal 2017: Volume 6 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
Bringing the "trickster wasp" into the discourse on biotechnological controls of "pest wasps"O. Ripeka MercierMAI Journal 2017: Volume 6 Issue 1
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
Developing mahi-toi theory and analysisJani Katarina Taituha WilsonMAI Journal 2017: Volume 6 Issue 2
Book review of Matariki: The star of the yearTe Taka KeeganMAI Journal 2017: Volume 6 Issue 2