Research Publications for Apo S G Aporosa
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Aporosa, A. (2016). Kava revival concept starts interesting discussion online. In Cook Islands News (pp. 12-13). http://www.cookislandsnews.com/national/local/item/59417-kava-revival-concept-starts-interesting-discussion-online.
Aporosa, A. (2016). Going under kava. In Radio New Zealand, Wellington. Retrieved from http://www.radionz.co.nz/audio/player/201794596
Aporosa, A. (2016). Pacific feels the strain of increased demand for kava. In Radio New Zealand, Dateline Pacific. Retrieved from http://www.radionz.co.nz/
Aporosa, A. (2016). Benefits of kava catching on in NZ and beyond. In Radio New Zealand: Dateline Pacific. Retrieved from http://www.radionz.co.nz/
Aporosa, A. (2016). Kava discussion prompts more debate. In Cook Islands News (pp. 4). http://www.cookislandsnews.com/opinion/letters-to-the-editor/item/59630-kava-discussion-prompts-more-debate.
Aporosa, S. A. (2016). Māori academic success: Why the deficit perspectives?. Micronesian Educator: A Journal of Research and Practice on Education, 23, 33-51.
Aporosa, S. (2015). The new kava user: Diasporic identity formation in reverse. New Zealand Sociology, 30(4), 58-77.
Aporosa, A. (2015). [Keynote] The (proposed) Australian Kava ban: Legitimate government concern or a breach of human rights?”. In International Kava Conference II of the Australian-World Kava Movement For Fair-go. Conference held at Australia National University, Canberra.
Aporosa, A. (2015). Should you drink kava and drive?. In Radio New Zealand, Wellington. Retrieved from http://www.radionz.co.nz/audio/player/201783034
Aporosa, S. (2014). Yaqona (kava) as a symbol of cultural identity. Locale: The Australasian - Pacific Journal of Regional Food Studies, n4, 79-101.