This Special Issue has been guest edited by Sereana Naepi (Waipapa Taumata Rau/University of Auckland) and Simon Barber (Te Whare W?nanga o Ot?go/University of Otago).Read more about Special Issue When Mana Whenua and Mana Moana Make Knowledge
Welcome to Sereana Naepi and call for themed issue of New Zealand Sociology: When Mana Whenua and Mana Moana make Knowledge
New Zealand Sociology is a peer-reviewed journal that aims to showcase a broad range of sociological scholarship of relevance to Aotearoa New Zealand and the wider Pacific region. Published by the Sociological Association of Aotearoa New Zealand, the journal promotes critical engagement with contemporary sociological practice and debates. Reflecting the locale of the journal, we are committed to promoting Indigenous, especially Maori and Pasifika scholarship.
The journal is a platform for empirical, theoretical, comparative, historical and policy-oriented scholarship. We welcome original research articles drawing on quantitative and qualitative methods, articles that advance sociological theory, research notes and commentaries on timely issues. We also invite book reviews and proposals for special issues.