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Maria Clara for the 21st Century: Filipino Responses to “Neo-Colonial” Encounters
(Ateneo de Manila University, 2016-09-01)
As an example of a postcolonial critique to certain hegemonic Spanish discourses in the Philippines, this essay examines the practice-as-research dance piece Love, Death, and Mompou (2006), which was a revision of the ...
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 ...
The impact of rural policing on the private lives of New Zealand police officers
(Vathek Publishing Ltd, 2010)
This article is concerned with perceived differences between rural and urban policing in New Zealand. More specifically with how officers view the effect that rural and urban policing has on their private lives and those ...
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 ...
Establishing cyber warfare doctrine
(Henley-Putnam University, 2012-04-01)
Over the past several decades, advances in technology have transformed communications and the ability to acquire, disseminate, and utilize information in a range of environments. Modern societies and their respective ...
The built environment and resilience: the challenges of integrated action
(Melbourne School of Design, 2016-08-31)