Research Publications for Colin R Mcleay
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McLeay, C. R. (2016). Post-democracy, post-politics and New Zealand housing accords. In New Zealand Political Studies Association Conference. University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.
McLeay, C. R. (2015). Black inks give way to BLUE links. In TDU Talk (Vol. July, Iss. 1, pp. 15-16). Hamilton, New Zealand: Teaching Development Unit, University of Waikato.
McLeay, C. (2013). Teaching values, valuing teaching. TDU Talk, 3, 15-16.
McLeay, C., & Chalmers, L. (2011). Teaching and learning about difference: the geographies of the “Other”. International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education, 20(4), 269-272. doi:10.1080/10382046.2011.619803
Snell, D., Hodgetts, D., & McLeay, C. (2011). Identity, community and embodiment: Chopper's tattoo tour. The Australian Community Psychologist, 23(1), 7-22. Retrieved from http://www.groups.psychology.org.au/
Chalmers, L., & McLeay, C. (2010). Preface: Learning and teaching across geographical curricula. New Zealand Geographer, 66, 179-180. doi:10.1111/j.1745-7939.2010.01184.x
McLeay, C., & Ieremia-Allan, W. (2010). Tigilau Ness and Jah music: The musical construction of Rastafarian diaspora. In Proceedings of the 23rd New Zealand Geographical Society Conference: Positioning Geography: Strategic Issues in Geographic Education (pp. 16-25). Conference held at Hamilton, New Zealand: Waikato Branch of the New Zealand Geographical Society.
McLeay, C., & Ieremia-Allan, W. (2010). Tigilau Ness and Jah music: The musical construction of Rastafarian diaspora. In Positioning Geography: Strategic Issues in Geographical Education Conference. Conference held at Hamilton, New Zealand.
Williamson, M., Daly, N., Banks, J., Koslow, T., McLeay, C., Weston, R., . . . Fitzpatrick, M. (2009). Staff reflections on professional development. TDU Talk - Professional Development, 2, 4-16.
Ieremia-Allan, W., & McLeay, C. (2009). Tigilau Ness and Jah music: The musical construction of Rastafarian diaspora. In The Sounds of Aotearoa New Zealand. Conference held at University of Waikato, Hamilton.