Melinda Webber is a lecturer at the University of Auckland, New Zealand. Her research interests include indigenous education and issues of identity for people of mixed Maori/Pakeha descent.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Explorations of Identity for People of Mixed Maori/Pakeha Descent: Hybridity in New Zealand

This research examines the links between domination, representation and self-perception within a New Zealand context. This study has also provided a site for Maori/Pakeha to explore their own identity issues.

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Duelling Imperatives? The Problem of Managing Equity Outcomes in a Rationalised University System

The paper details the tensions faced by universities attempting to rationalise limited student places while maintaining a commitment to provide educational opportunities for members of under-represented groups.

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