This general issue of MAI Journal, Volume 7, Issue 2 (2018) contains seven articles and one book review covering a diverse range of research areas. This issue reflects the multi-disciplinary nature of MAI Journal with articles from the fields of psychology, education, sociology, population health and language revitalisation.
This general issue of MAI Journal, Volume 7, Issue 1 (2018) contains a number articles covering a diverse range of research areas including kaupapa Māori film theory and Māori resistance in film history, young parenthood from a Māori perspective. This general issue also includes a Themed Supplement with a particular focus on Whai Rawa: Research for Māori economies as well as two book reviews.
He karere puhoro noa tenei hei whakamarama atu i te pukapuka rataka 'MAI Journal' e haere ake nei, hei mea motuhake i titongia katoa mai e nga kairanghau Māori i to taua nei reo ano hoki me ona hua tipatere.
This issue is composed of nine articles, written by 14 outstanding Māori researchers, from across the country.
- Vini Ieni Olsen-Reeder: He manga wai e kore e whitikia? Ngā au ripo o te reo rua, o te iwi kōrero Māori
Sunday, October 1, 2017 to Sunday, December 31, 2017
This general issue of MAI Journal, Volume 6, Issue 2 (2012) contains a number articles covering a diverse range of research areas including kaupapa Māori film theory and research methods, and Māori political representation. This general issue also includes a Themed Supplement with a particular focus on Pōwhiri.
This general issue of MAI Journal, Volume 5, Issue 1 (2016) contains six articles on themes including ethnic-specific equity programmes in New Zealand universities, Māori values in the workplace, mental health support for Māori following the Christchurch earthquakes, digital media with Māori-language interfaces, representations of Māori and smoking in media, and discourses around mahinga kai, Māori food-gathering sites and practices.
This general issue of MAI Journal, Volume 4, Issue 2 (2015) contains six articles and one book review which engage with various themes including pōwhiri and ethnic performativity, indigeneity and external citizenship rights, diabetes prevention, early childhood education, Māori adolescent identity formation and Māori models of health and well-being.
This general issue of MAI Journal, Volume 4, Issue 1 (2015) consists of six articles and two book reviews, covering a range of themes including Māori identity formation, Māori fire use and management practices, Māori food security and sovereignty, indigenous peoples’ experiences of entering tertiary education, as well as indigenous research methodologies.