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Dr Sophie Nock

Sophie Nock

Associate Professor / Manukura

Qualifications: BA(Hons) Waikato, MA Waikato, PGDiP Waikato, CELTA Cambridge, PhD Waikato

Iwi: Ngāti Kurī

Research Interests

Theory and practice of language/second language teaching and learning, teaching methodologies and pedagogies, Māori tikanga, and Māori Development.

Recent Publications

  • Hokowhitu, B., Oetzel, J., Jackson, A. M., Simpson, M., Ruru, S., Cameron, M., . . . Warbrick, I. (2022). Mana motuhake, indigenous biopolitics and health. AlterNative, 18(1), 104-113. doi:10.1177/11771801221088448

  • Nock (Ngāti Kurī), S. (2022). Book Review: Linguistic Landscaping and the Pacific Region: Colonization, Indigenous Identities, and Critical Discourse Theory by Diane Elizabeth Johnson (Ed.). AlterNative: An International Journal of Indigenous Peoples, 18(1), 219-220. doi:10.1177/11771801221084328

  • Nock, S. (2021). Kei tua o te awe mapara/beyond the mask: Maori language teaching in english-medium secondary schools in new zealand. International Journal of Critical Indigenous Studies, 14(1), 33-50. doi:10.5204/ijcis.v14i1.1853

  • Nock, S., Stowers, B., Murphy, E., & Manuirirangi, H. (2021). How teaching (particularly te reo language instruction) adapted to COVID conditions?. In Te Puna Aurei LearnFest 2021: Higher Education Symposium [Zoom Conference].

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