Graduate Research School
The Graduate Research School has overall responsibility for maintaining the formal University record of each student’s path through a research qualification. We keep students informed of seminars, forums, events and other activities, both social and academic via the postgraduate and doctoral networks. We also coordinate a central seminar series for all postgraduate students.
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(University of Minho Institute of Education Research Centre in Education (CIEd), 2013)Until recently, master’s degrees were primarily focused on developing research skills and enabling further specialisation in a subject area studied at undergraduate level. Over the last twenty years their focus has broadened ...
(University of Calgary Press, 2006)In this article, we explore the challenges – and benefits – of conducting collaborative research on an international scale. The authors – from Australia, Canada, and New Zealand – draw upon their experiences in designing ...
(Common Ground Publishing Pty Ltd, 2008)If identity is culturally constructed, then the context in which it develops impacts on its stability during a time of social change.Within Aotearoa/New Zealand, communities are experiencing multiple forms of change due ...
(New Zealand Sociology, 2010)No abstract.