- What might be called an unbalancing act: America in Asia economist.com/news/asia/2157… 1 week ago
- Flight of the Conchords create new stereotype for Kiwi travellers theage.com.au/travel/flight-… via @theage 1 week ago
- #NZ students lack #Asia nous nzh.tw/10883442 via @nzherald 1 week ago
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Tag Archives: Spoonley
In this Asia New Zealand Foundation podcast I discuss the US election and what it means for Asia and New Zealand, with retired Ambassador Terence O’Brien, Massey University’s Professor Paul Spoonley and New Zealand Herald journalist Fran O’Sullivan.
My book review of New Zealand and International Migration Vol. 5 (edited by Trlin, Spoonley and Bedford) appears in the latest issue of New Zealand Sociology here (pp. 163-165).
A chapter I co-authored with Terry McGrath called ‘A sin of omission: New Zealand’s export education industry and foreign policy’ was recently published in Social Policy Review 23: Analysis and debate in social policy, 2011, edited by Holden et al … Continue reading
On 11 May at 6pm I am giving the Massey University Albany Asian Hub Lecture on the topic There goes the neighbourhood: New Zealand’s new future in Asia. Further information is available on Eventfinder here or you can respond via Facebook here
A chapter on print media constructions of Asians and Asian immigration, which I co-authored with Paul Spoonley, features in the newly pubished book Localizing Asia in Aotearoa, edited by Jacqui Leckie and Paola Voci (Dunmore Press, 2011). Click the link above to order.
I have just discovered that Massey University has put my PhD online - it’s the full and final version. It’s a scanned PDF document, so may take a while to download depending on your broadband speed. (I did my PhD before … Continue reading
Read an article I wrote a few months’ ago about Asia:NZ’s research programme, just published in New Zealand Sociology, 2009, 24(2): 102-112
A new article by Professor Paul Spoonley and myself called ‘Reporting Superdiversity: The mass media and immigration in New Zealand’ has just been published in the Journal of Intercultural Studies (30, 4, 2009, pp. 355-372). Electronic and/or hard copies are only … Continue reading