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3251

PACIFIC 214

: Pacific History: New Zealand in the Pacific from 1900
2021 Semester One (1213)
Explores the historical relationship between New Zealand and the Pacific from 1900 onwards. Traces the central importance of New Zealand in the history of the Pacific from the rise of New Zealand’s colonial empire, through the world wars, and towards the movement for decolonisation. Examines the continually evolving place of New Zealand as a nation in the Pacific Ocean.
Subject: Pacific Studies
Prerequisite: 15 points at Stage I in Pacific Studies or History and 30 points passed
Restriction: PACIFIC 314

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3252

PACIFIC 215

: Special Topic
2024 Semester Two (1245)
Subject: Pacific Studies
Prerequisite: 30 points passed
Restriction: PACIFIC 315

Outline is not available yet

3253

PACIFIC 304

: Advanced Pacific Studies
2021 Semester Two (1215)
This is the 'capstone' course for the Pacific Studies major. It is particularly engaged with the theory and methods of Pacific Studies. Different modes of presenting Pacific Studies work, and their relevance for real world applications - from policy papers and briefings to NGO reports - are also explored. The central feature of the course is the large project to be completed by each student, which will combine knowledge taught in this course with original research.
Subject: Pacific Studies
Prerequisite: PACIFIC 200 and a minimum B– average at Stage II in Pacific Studies

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3254

PACIFIC 307

: Gender and the Pacific in a Globalising World
2024 Semester Two (1245)
Gender affects the way identity, culture and wellbeing is experienced and navigated in the Pacific. Moreover, these processes are complicated by emerging cosmopolitanisms that impact gendered bodies, cultures, institutions, nations and states. This course examines the intersections of race, sex, biology, ableism, colonialism, nationality, politics and social movements in our constructions/understanding of gender in a Pacific and global context.
Subject: Pacific Studies
Prerequisite: 30 points passed at Stage II
Restriction: PACIFIC 208

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3255

PACIFIC 307

: Gender and the Pacific in a Globalising World
2021 Semester Two (1215)
Gender affects the way identity, culture and wellbeing is experienced and navigated in the Pacific. Moreover, these processes are complicated by emerging cosmopolitanisms that impact gendered bodies, cultures, institutions, nations and states. This course examines the intersections of race, sex, biology, ableism, colonialism, nationality, politics and social movements in our constructions/understanding of gender in a Pacific and global context.
Subject: Pacific Studies
Prerequisite: 30 points passed at Stage II
Restriction: PACIFIC 208

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3256

PACIFIC 308

: Special Topic: Topics in Pacific Arts
2024 Semester Two (1245)
A survey of traditional Pacific art forms focusing specifically on their histories, significance and socio-cultural functioning within contemporary Pacific diasporas. Art forms covered in this course include Pacific architecture, body adornment, tapa (barkcloth), tivaevae (quilt-making), tatau (tattoo) and weaponry. This course will look at these art forms as part of dynamic living cultures within an ever changing, ever global Pacific. Issues addressed in this course include gender, power, ritual and the impact of new technologies on notions of tradition.
Subject: Pacific Studies
Prerequisite: 30 points passed at Stage II
Restriction: PACIFIC 207

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3257

PACIFIC 313

: Pacific Wellbeing: Empowering Dimensions
2021 Semester One (1213)
Examines empowering notions of Pacific wellbeing for Pacific individuals, families and communities. Students explore definitions of Pacific wellbeing and the cultural concepts, models, practices and worldviews that have enhanced the overall positive wellbeing experiences of Pacific peoples across the Pacific region.
Subject: Pacific Studies
Prerequisite: 30 points passed at Stage II
Restriction: PACIFIC 213

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3258

PACIFIC 314

: Pacific History: New Zealand in the Pacific from 1900
2021 Semester One (1213)
Explores the historical relationship between New Zealand and the Pacific from 1900 onwards. Traces the central importance of New Zealand in the history of the Pacific from the rise of New Zealand’s colonial empire, through the world wars, and towards the movement for decolonisation. Examines the continually evolving place of New Zealand as a nation in the Pacific Ocean.
Subject: Pacific Studies
Prerequisite: 15 points at Stage II in Pacific Studies or History and 30 points passed
Restriction: PACIFIC 214

Outline is not available yet

3259

PACIFIC 705

: Special Topic
2024 Semester Two (1245)
Subject: Pacific Studies
No pre-requisites or restrictions

Outline is not available yet

3260

PACIFIC 705

: Special Topic
2024 Semester One (1243)
Subject: Pacific Studies
No pre-requisites or restrictions

Outline is not available yet

3261

PACIFIC 708

: Special Study
2024 Semester One (1243)
An approved research topic.
Subject: Pacific Studies
To complete this course students must enrol in PACIFIC 708 A and B, or PACIFIC 708

Outline is not available yet

3262

PACIFIC 708

: Special Study
2021 Semester One (1213)
An approved research topic.
Subject: Pacific Studies
To complete this course students must enrol in PACIFIC 708 A and B, or PACIFIC 708

Outline is not available yet

3263

PACIFIC 710

: Special Study
2021 Semester Two (1215)
Subject: Pacific Studies
No pre-requisites or restrictions

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3264

PACIFIC 713

: Special Topic
2020 Semester Two (1205)
Subject: Pacific Studies
No pre-requisites or restrictions

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3265

PACIFIC 714

: Pacific Research Methodologies and Practices
2021 Semester One (1213)
Analyses critical approaches to Pacific research development and evaluation of research design in Pacific Studies. Focuses on analytical engagement with a range of Pacific methodologies and methods in Pacific research. Includes application of theory to research questions and development of proposals for research that draw on Pacific world views and form a basis for robust, innovative and significant research contributions.
Subject: Pacific Studies
Restriction: PACIFIC 702, 709

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3266

PACIFIC 717

: Pacific Policies, Pacific Peoples
2024 Semester One (1243)
Taking a transdisciplinary approach informed by Pacific scholarship, this course will critically analyse the production of policies that impact Pacific people in Aotearoa New Zealand and in the Pacific.
Subject: Pacific Studies
Restriction: PACIFIC 718

Outline is not available yet

3267

PACIFIC 718

: Pacific Policies, Pacific Peoples
2024 Semester One (1243)
Taking a transdisciplinary approach informed by Pacific scholarship, this course will critically analyse the production of policies that impact Pacific people in Aotearoa New Zealand and in the Pacific.
Subject: Pacific Studies
Restriction: PACIFIC 717

Outline is not available yet

3268

PHIL 105G

: Critical Thinking
2024 Semester Two (1245)
An introduction to reasoning, argument, and explanation that emphasises the development of practical skills and their use in everyday life. The course introduces different forms of reasoning and explains techniques to evaluate them. It will enable students to distinguish good arguments and explanations from bad ones, to explain the difference, and thereby to improve critical thinking abilities.
Subject: Philosophy
No pre-requisites or restrictions
3269

PHIL 105G

: Critical Thinking
2024 Semester One (1243)
An introduction to reasoning, argument, and explanation that emphasises the development of practical skills and their use in everyday life. The course introduces different forms of reasoning and explains techniques to evaluate them. It will enable students to distinguish good arguments and explanations from bad ones, to explain the difference, and thereby to improve critical thinking abilities.
Subject: Philosophy
No pre-requisites or restrictions
3270

PHIL 105G

: Critical Thinking
2024 Summer School (1240)
An introduction to reasoning, argument, and explanation that emphasises the development of practical skills and their use in everyday life. The course introduces different forms of reasoning and explains techniques to evaluate them. It will enable students to distinguish good arguments and explanations from bad ones, to explain the difference, and thereby to improve critical thinking abilities.
Subject: Philosophy
No pre-requisites or restrictions
3271

PHIL 105G

: Critical Thinking
2023 Semester Two (1235)
An introduction to reasoning, argument, and explanation that emphasises the development of practical skills and their use in everyday life. The course introduces different forms of reasoning and explains techniques to evaluate them. It will enable students to distinguish good arguments and explanations from bad ones, to explain the difference, and thereby to improve critical thinking abilities.
Subject: Philosophy
No pre-requisites or restrictions
3272

PHIL 105G

: Critical Thinking
2023 Semester One (1233)
An introduction to reasoning, argument, and explanation that emphasises the development of practical skills and their use in everyday life. The course introduces different forms of reasoning and explains techniques to evaluate them. It will enable students to distinguish good arguments and explanations from bad ones, to explain the difference, and thereby to improve critical thinking abilities.
Subject: Philosophy
No pre-requisites or restrictions
3273

PHIL 105G

: Critical Thinking
2023 Summer School (1230)
An introduction to reasoning, argument, and explanation that emphasises the development of practical skills and their use in everyday life. The course introduces different forms of reasoning and explains techniques to evaluate them. It will enable students to distinguish good arguments and explanations from bad ones, to explain the difference, and thereby to improve critical thinking abilities.
Subject: Philosophy
No pre-requisites or restrictions
3274

PHIL 105G

: Critical Thinking
2022 Semester Two (1225)
An introduction to reasoning, argument, and explanation that emphasises the development of practical skills and their use in everyday life. The course introduces different forms of reasoning and explains techniques to evaluate them. It will enable students to distinguish good arguments and explanations from bad ones, to explain the difference, and thereby to improve critical thinking abilities.
Subject: Philosophy
No pre-requisites or restrictions
3275

PHIL 105G

: Critical Thinking
2022 Semester One (1223)
An introduction to reasoning, argument, and explanation that emphasises the development of practical skills and their use in everyday life. The course introduces different forms of reasoning and explains techniques to evaluate them. It will enable students to distinguish good arguments and explanations from bad ones, to explain the difference, and thereby to improve critical thinking abilities.
Subject: Philosophy
No pre-requisites or restrictions