Research Publications for Mary A P (Mere) Berryman

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  • Eley, E., & Berryman, M. (2019). Leading Transformative Education Reform in New Zealand Schools. New Zealand Journal of Educational Studies, 54(1), 121-137. doi:10.1007/s40841-018-0122-7

  • Berryman, M., & Eley, E. (2019). Student belonging: critical relationships and responsibilities. International Journal of Inclusive Education, 23(9), 985-1001. doi:10.1080/13603116.2019.1602365

  • Berryman, M., & Eley, E. (2019). Listening to the voices of indigenous ma- ori students over time: What do they tell us about national education policy?. In J. Wearmouth, & A. Goodwyn (Eds.), Pupil, Teacher and Family Voice in Educational Institutions: Values, Opinions, Beliefs and Perspectives (pp. 76-91). New York, USA: Routledge. doi:10.4324/9780429505669-5

  • Berryman, M., & Eley, E. (2018). Gathering and listening to the voices of maori youth: What are the system responses?. In R. Bourke, & J. Loveridge (Eds.), Radical Collegiality through Student Voice: Educational Experience, Policy and Practice (pp. 103-126). Springer. doi:10.1007/978-981-13-1858-0_7

  • Berryman, M., & Ford, T. (2017). Culturally responsive relationships promoting partnerships between schools and indigenous Māori families and communities. In R. McNae, & B. Cowie (Eds.), Realising Innovative Partnerships in Educational Research (pp. 147-156). Sense Publishers. Retrieved from

  • Berryman, M., & Eley, E. (2017). Accelerating success and promoting equity through the ako: Critical contexts for change. Asian Education Studies, 2(1), 99-112. doi:10.20849/aes.v2i1.126

  • Berryman, M., & Tait, J. (2017). Let me act the part of a man: Duality of genders towards critical leadership. In T. Watson, & A. Normore (Eds.), Radically and ethnically diverse women leading education: A world view (Vol. 25, pp. 145-165). Emerald.

  • Berryman, M., & Lawrence, D. (2017). The importance of leaders discursive positioning in neocolonial education reform aimed at closing the disparities for indigenous peoples. In D. Waite, & I. Bogotch (Eds.), The Wiley International Handbook of Educational Leadership (pp. 335-353). John Wiley & Sons. doi:10.1002/9781118956717.ch18

  • Berryman, M., Glynn, T., & Woller, P. (2017). Supervising research in Māori cultural contexts: a decolonizing, relational response. Higher Education Research & Development, 36(7), 1355-1368. doi:10.1080/07294360.2017.1325851

  • Berryman, M. A. P., Eley, E., & Copeland, D. (2017). Listening and learning from Rangatahi Māori: the voices of Māori youth. Critical Questions in Education, 8(4), 476-494.

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