Development Studies (2019)
Development Studies as an interdisciplinary discipline brings together students from a range of disciplines and experiences to debate, assess, and engage in the discourse of development at a global, national, and local level. Development Studies combines a sound theoretical base with praxis which bodes well for students serious about a rapidly changing world and the impact this has on all facets of development.
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- Prescriptions for the PGCert(DevSt), PGDip(DevSt)
- Prescriptions for the MMPD
- Prescriptions for the PhD
- 500 Level
- 900 Level
Prescriptions for the PGCert(DevSt), PGDip(DevSt)
To complete a PGCert(DevSt), students must take 60 points at 500 level in the subject.
To complete a PGDip(DevSt), students must take 120 points at 500 level in the subject.
Prescriptions for the MMPD
Students are normally required to include a 60 point dissertation and 60 further points from 500 level papers approved by the Department.
Prescriptions for the PhD
The Doctor of Philosophy is a three year research-based degree in which students undertake a programme of approved and supervised research that leads to a thesis which critically investigates an approved topic of substance and significance, demonstrates expertise in the methods of research and scholarship, displays intellectual independence and makes a substantial original contribution to the subject area concerned, and is of publishable quality.
Code Paper Title Occurrence / Location ANTHY525 Māori Heritage Management 19T (Hamilton) This paper is concerned with interpreting and protecting the Maori cultural landscape, especially in relation to current legislation, the Treaty of Waitangi settlement process, and issues of iwi/hapu development. DEVST502 Sustainable Resource Issues 19A (Online) This paper examines contemporary issues facing natural resource management among indigenous peoples with a particular focus on the experiences of Maori and Pacific peoples. DEVST590 Directed Study 19C (Hamilton) Students have the opportunity to pursue a topic of their own interest under the guidance of academic staff. DEVST591 Dissertation 19C (Hamilton) A report on the findings of a theoretical or empirical investigation. DEVST592 Dissertation 19C (Hamilton) A report on the findings of a theoretical or empirical investigation. DEVST593 Development Studies Thesis 19C (Hamilton) An externally examined piece of written work that reports on the findings of supervised research. DEVST594 Development Studies Thesis 19C (Hamilton) An externally examined piece of written work that reports on the findings of supervised research. GEOGY500 People, Place, Power 19A (Online) This paper is a forum for debate in geographies of people and power. Key concerns are the intersections between gender, Maori, Indigeneity, ethnicity, sexuality, disability, nationality and other social divisions in relation to geographies of justice. MAORI514 Rangatiratanga: Leadership for Māori, Pacific and Indigenous Communities: Traditional, Contemporary & Future Issues 19B (Online) This paper will explore current leadership issues and the diverse communities in which leadership operates including political, educational, social and economic contexts and the challenge of maintaining cultural integrity and perpetuating inter-generational knowledge. MAORI518 Māori, Indigeneity and Criminal Justice 19A (Hamilton) & 19A (Online) This paper provides a critical analysis of Maori and Indigenous-based practices and criminal justice systems, including the State's constitutional obligations to its Indigenous citizens, and Maori and Indigenous alternative juridical approaches. MAORI571 Decolonising Theory and Indigenous Studies 19B (Online) A seminar programme on indigenous consciousness, knowledge, values and ethics and their applications to contemporary issues such as research ethics, environmental values and cultural practices.
Code Paper Title Occurrence / Location DEVST900 Development Studies PhD Thesis 19C (Hamilton) No description available.
2019 Catalogue of Papers information current as of : 21 January 2019 10:14am