Lyn Carter
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Researching our relations: Reflections on ethics and marginalisation
A Ormond, F Cram, L Carter
AlterNative: An International Journal of Indigenous Peoples 2 (1), 174-193, 2006
Naming to own place names as indicators of human interaction with the environment
L Carter
AlterNative: An International Journal of Indigenous Peoples 1 (1), 6-24, 2005
Climate change and Aotearoa New Zealand
D Hopkins, C Campbell‐Hunt, L Carter, JES Higham, C Rosin
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 6 (6), 559-583, 2015
Framing the Māori economy: The complex business of Māori business
M Amoamo, D Ruwhiu, L Carter
MAI Journal 7 (1), 66-78, 2018
Negotiating “meaningful participation” for Indigenous peoples in the context of mining
D Ruwhiu, L Carter
Corporate Governance, 2016
Whakapapa and the State: Some case studies in the impact of central government on traditionally organised Māori groups
LJ Carter
PhD Thesis-University of Auckland, 2003
Researching our relations: Reflections on ethics and marginalization
F Cram, A Ormond, L Carter
Kamehameha Schools 2004 Conference on Hawaiian Well-Being. Hawaii, 2004
The bureaucratisation of genealogy
L Waymouth
Ethnologies comparées 6, 2003
Hybrid neoliberalism: implications for sustainable development
C Baldwin, G Marshall, H Ross, J Cavaye, J Stephenson, L Carter, ...
Society & natural resources 32 (5), 566-587, 2019
Indigenous Pacific Approaches to Climate Change: Aotearoa/New Zealand
L Carter
Springer, 2018
Enhancing awareness and adoption of cultural values through use of Māori bird names in science communication and environmental reporting
PM Wehi, L Carter, TW Harawira, G Fitzgerald, K Lloyd, H Whaanga, ...
New Zealand Journal of Ecology 43 (3), 1-9, 2019
Maori and Mining
K Ruckstuhl, L Carter, L Easterbrook, AR Gorman, H Rae, J Ruru, ...
Te Poutama Maori, University of Otago, The Maori and Mining Research Team, 2013
Māori women leading local sustainable food systems
K Stein, M Mirosa, L Carter
AlterNative: An International Journal of Indigenous Peoples 14 (2), 147-155, 2018
The 'Big H': Naming and claiming landscapes
LJ Carter
making our place. exploring land-use tensions in aotearoa New Zealand, 57-69, 2011
He Muka O Te Taura Whiri: Taura Here and the Hau Kāinga: Issues of representation and participation for IWI members living outside their IWI territory
L Carter
AlterNative: An International Journal of Indigenous Peoples 2 (1), 66-89, 2006
A typology of arguments for and against bilingual place-naming in Aotearoa New Zealand
NJ Albury, L Carter
Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development 38 (9), 831-842, 2017
“An unrealistic expectation”: Māori youth on indigenous language purism
NJ Albury, L Carter
International Journal of the Sociology of Language 2018 (254), 121-138, 2018
Criss-crossing highways: Pacific travelling and dwelling in times of global warming
L CArTer
Journal of New Zealand & Pacific Studies 2 (1), 57-68, 2014
Travelling Landscapes. Ngai Tahu rock art and Ngai Tahu identity
L Carter
Beyond the Scene. Landscape and Identity in Aotearoa New Zealand, 167-180, 2010
" Home" and" Location": The Problem of Place as an Ethnic Identifier
L Carter
The International Journal of the Humanities 4 (3), 33-44, 2006
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