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  • Tunnicliffe, Craig (Whanake: The Pacific Journal of Community Development, 2015)
    Movies, and perhaps more importantly documentary movies, need to be separated into good documentaries and important documentaries. Citizenfour would then fall squarely in this second category, and require viewing for ...
  • Stansfield, John; Masih, Abishhek (Whanake: The Pacific Journal of Community Development, 2015)
    The Community Development Conference 2015 was an effort by the Department of Social Practice at Unitec and Community Development practitioners to bring together practitioners, academics and students to share their knowledge, ...
  • Jeffery, Dawn A.; Stansfield, John (Whanake: The Pacific Journal of Community Development, 2015)
    Organic waste, particularly food waste, has been identified as a significant hazardous component of the waste to landfill stream. The waste represents an economic loss as well as an environmental pollutant, which is digested ...
  • Connor, Helene (Whanake: The Pacific Journal of Community Development, 2015)
    This paper provides an overview of the life and community development work of Whāea Betty Wark (1924-­‐2001). Whāea Betty was a Māori woman who was actively involved with community-­‐based organisations from the 1950s until ...
  • Jeffs, Lindsay (Whanake: The Pacific Journal of Community Development, 2015)
    Community economic development and social enterprise are growing fast across the globe in both developed and developing countries. They are major components of a new economics arising from the failure of traditional ...
  • Hobbs, Moira; Haines, Karen (Southern Institute of Technology Journal of Applied Research, 2010)
    In many institutions in New Zealand from primary to tertiary level, the use of technology by both students and teachers to support learning and teaching is assumed. This article reports briefly on research done in a New ...

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