Research Publications for Judith A (Judy) Hunter
Welcome to the University of Waikato research publications search page. This database includes all research publications produced by the University from 1998.
Use our Online Phonebook to contact our current staff members.
Hunter, J. A. (2016). Critical re-visioning: the construction of practitioners in Aotearoa New Zealand’s literacy campaign. In K. Yasukawa, & S. Black (Eds.), Beyond Economic Interests (pp. 223-237). Sense Publishers.
Hunter, J. A. (2015). Stories that challenge dominant discourses. In R. Rinehart, E. emerald, & R. Matamua (Eds.), Ethnographies in Pan Pacific Research Tensions and Positionings (pp. 176-187).
Hunter, J. A., Kaur, T., & Steens, S. (2015). Aligning literacy and numeracy learning with learners' lives for social benefits. In National Centre of Literacy and Numeracy for Adults Symposium. University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.
Hunter, J. A. (2015). English language in learners' lives. In Waikato TESOL 2015, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.
Hunter, J. A. (2015). International students in English speaking countries: Language, community and workplace practices. In LED 2015 Conference. University of Auckland, New Zealand.
Hunter, J., Franken, M., & Balmer, D. (2015). Constructions of patient agency in healthcare settings: Textual and patient perspectives. Discourse, Context & Media, 7, 37-44. doi:10.1016/j.dcm.2015.01.002
Hunter, J., & Cooke, D. (2014). Education for power: English language in the workplace. Power and Education, 6(3), 253-267. doi:10.2304/power.2014.6.3.253
Hunter, J., & Hunter, C. (2014). Literacies in official encounters: Reading on the spectrum. In Contemporary Ethnographies Across the Disciplines. The University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.
Furness, J. A., Robertson, N., Hunter, J., Hodgetts, D., & Nikora, L. W. (2014). What (actually) matters in literacy education: contributions from community psychology. Research Commons.
Hunter, J., & Daly, N. (2014). iPads in teacher education: Integrating a range of language learning knowledges through a technological medium. Computers in New Zealand Schools: Learning, Teaching, Technology, 25(1-3), 96-116.