15 results for Book item, Introduction

  • Introduction

    Carpenter, VM; Jesson, Jocelyn; Roberts, Peter; Stephenson, Maxine (2008)

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    The University of Auckland Library

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    Jesson, Jocelyn; Carpenter, Vicki; McLean, Margaret; Stephenson, MS; Airini (2010)

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    The University of Auckland Library

    As a dynamic activity that has significant and far-reaching consequences, university teaching is constantly under review. Ideas about good teaching, its objectives, and the means of achieving those objectives are shifting and contested.

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    Barnard, Roger; Burns, Anne (2012)

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    University of Waikato

    The book aims to fill the gap between conventional research methodology books and published reports of research such as are found in academic journals. While volumes on methodology may explain how and why a particular approach to data collection should be used, they tend not to give specific and detailed examples of the 'messiness' of research - what may go wrong and how to overcome the obstacles that invariably get in the way of a smooth research journey.

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    Manning, Joanna (2009)

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    The University of Auckland Library

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    Ashley, Linda; Lines, David (2016-05-26)

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    The University of Auckland Library

    Intersecting Cultures in Music and Dance Education: An Oceanic Perspective explores the interface of Oceanic cultures through the diversity, richness and critical differences encountered in their performing arts, educational paradigms and cultural worldviews. In this introductory chapter, the editors re???ect on aspects of their personal histories that inform their thinking in the book. This is followed by an editorial discussion that outlines theoretical and practical contexts informing key concepts in the book including notions of culture and cultural diversity, ethnicity, identity, hybridity, indigeneity, colonialism, migrancy, multiculturalism, tradition, cultural interaction and difference.

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    Davies, Christine (2011-01-25)

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    The University of Auckland Library

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    Buck, Ralph; Rowe, Nicholas (2013)

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    The University of Auckland Library

    Celebrating the diversity of dance across the South Pacific, this volume studies the various experiences, motivations and aims for dance, emerging from the voices of dance professionals in the islands. In particular, it focuses on the interplay of cultures and pathways of migration as people move across the region discovering new routes and connections.

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    Buckingham, Louisa (2017-01-01)

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    The University of Auckland Library

    This collection examines the urban multilingual realities of inhabitants of the Arabian Peninsula in the early 21st century from the perspectives of learners, teachers and researchers.

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    Macrine, S; McLaren, Peter; Hill, D (2009-12-22)

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    The University of Auckland Library

    This book brings together a group of top international scholars, who consider Pedagogy of Critique, Revolutionary Pedagogy, and Radical Critical Pedagogy as forms of praxis, to examine the paradoxical roles of schooling in reproducing and ...

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    Bailey, Lisa; Diggelmann, L; Phillips, Kim (2009)

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    The University of Auckland Library

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    Greenberg, Robert (2012)

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    The University of Auckland Library

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    Wilberg, Hanna; Elliott, M (2015)

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    The University of Auckland Library

    This book is concerned with pursuing two separate but related central themes that we see in Professor Mike Taggart???s scholarship on substantive grounds of judicial review. The first theme is addressed in part A of the book. It concerns the extent to which review of the merits, traditionally limited to Wednesbury unreasonableness, should be expanded into more intensive reasonableness review, or new substantive grounds of review, or both. In Taggart???s final article on substantive review, entitled ???Proportionality, Deference, Wednesbury???, the headline point was his surprising and controversial conversion to the ???bifurcation??? of judicial review into ???rights cases??? and ???public wrongs??? cases. However, the article was by no means confined to that point. It was also Taggart???s final contribution on a much wider range of issues concerning substantive grounds of review. A desire to engage with and build on Taggart???s work on this wider range of issues forms the backdrop to and impetus for this collection. The aim, however, is not to revisit already well-trodden ground, but to provide an opportunity for scholars from across the common law world to take forward aspects of the debate concerning substantive judicial review. The second theme is addressed in part B. It concerns the extent to which deference is appropriate on questions of law ??? a question which Taggart raised most prominently in his essay on ???The Contribution of Lord Cooke to Scope of Review Doctrine in Administrative Law'. Both themes are concerned with substantive review, but in two different senses of that phrase. The first, in part A, is the narrower sense in which the phrase is most commonly used in the UK, Australia and New Zealand ?????? relating to judicial examination of the substantive merits of a decision. The second sense in which substantive review is considered in part B is the broader sense in which the phrase is commonly used in Canada ?????? embracing questions of legality as well as merits questions. The question in relation to this broader sense of substantive review is the opposite of that in part A: not whether such review should be expanded, but whether its intensity should be reduced in some contexts by introducing deference.

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  • Introduction

    Davies, Stephen (1997)

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    The University of Auckland Library

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    Buckingham, Louisa (2016-07-18)

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    The University of Auckland Library

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    Mackay, Elizabeth (2008)

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    The University of Auckland Library

    This provides an introduction to the volume that I edited, setting into appropriate contexts the twelve papers, each of which engages with a different specialist area within Classics

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