Publications

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2020
[Anonymous] (2020).  “Kia hiwa rā!” How Māori-language journalists adapt elements of whaikōrero for newswork. Te Kaharoa. 15(1), 
Middleton, A. (2020).  Kia hiwa rā! The influence of tikanga and the language revitalisation agenda on the practices and perspectives of Māori journalists working in reo-Māori news. School of Communication Studies, AUT. PhD, 359.
[Anonymous] (2020).  Māori-language newspapers 1842-1945: A survey, with a focus on the expression of oral tikanga on the page. Te Kaharoa. 15(1), 
Russell, P., & Vennell R. (2020).  Observations of momentum advection due to secondary circulation in a curved tidal channel. Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand . 51(2), 
Wikaire, D. Erena (2020).  The Past, Present, and Future of Traditional Indigenous Healing: What was, is, and will be Rongoā Māori. Te Kupenga Hauora Māori, Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences. PhD,
Trego-Hall, T., TeAwhitu L., & Mikahere-Hall A. (2020).  The Politics of Toheroa Soup: A Pūkōrero About Whānau and Me. Ata: Journal of Psychotherapy Aotearoa New Zealand. 23(2), 122.
Russell, P., & Vennell R. (2020).  A simple diagnostic model for the cross-channel distribution of the depth average velocity in curved open channels. Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand . 51(2), 
Mikahere-Hall, A. (2020).  Tūhono Māori: A Research Study of Attachment from an Indigenous Māori Perspective. Ata: Journal of Psychotherapy Aotearoa New Zealand. 23(2), 76.
Mikahere-Hall, A. (2020).  Tūhono Māori: Promoting Secure Attachments for Indigenous Māori Children. A Conceptual Paper. Ata: Journal of Psychotherapy Aotearoa New Zealand. 23(2), 59.