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Construction of otherness in the CBS’s sitcom, the big bang theory
(Khate Sefid Publications, 2015-10-07)
The fact that TV enjoys a great number of viewers, many of whom are influenced by it is undeniably acknowledged. This paper analyses the successful American sitcom, The Big Bang Theory, and investigates the factor of ...
Rory O'Shea Profile, NZ On Screen
(NZ On Screen, 2015-05-15)
A profile of cinematographer Rory O'Shea, researched and written for NZ On Screen.
Peter McCauley Profile
(NZ ON Screen, 2015-05-28)
A profile of actor Peter McCauley, researched and written for NZ ON Screen
John McKay Profile
(NZ On Screen, 2015-11-20)
A profile of Sound Editor and film-maker John McKay, researched and written for NZ On Screen.
Transformative classroom drama practice: What is happening in New Zealand schools?
This article identifies four key aspects of the work of experienced drama teachers in New Zealand schools that contribute to “transformative” classroom practice: co-artistry, fostering criticality, building ensemble, and ...
Affect, responsibility, and how modes of engagement shape the experience of videogames
(Digital Games Research Association (DiGRA), 2015-12-13)
When considering the elements that shape our experience of fiction, the line distinguishing the text itself from the processes we go through in negotiating that text is easy to miss. Even something as simple as knowing ...
Strategies for co-constructing an initial teacher education curriculum: A school-university partnership
(Ako Aotearoa, 2015-09-01)
The intended output of this small-scale project was to develop and to document effective strategies that would facilitate the co-construction of an initial teacher education (ITE) curriculum in a school-university partnership. ...
Rebel heart: Performing fatness wrong online
(M/C - Media and Culture, 2015-06-24)
Anthropological engagement with the Anthropocene: A critical review
(Bergahn Journals, 2015-09-01)
The new geological interval, the Anthropocene, or the ‘era of the human’ refers to the planetary scale of anthropogenic influences on the composition and function of the Earth’s ecosystems and all life forms (Steffen, ...