Published research

Anthony Cole (BA (Hons) 1st class, PhD)

Transdisciplinary methodology, a catchment-scale sustainability problématique and the Achilles heel of western science

This report outlines the results of a worldview-mapping activity aimed at understanding the limitations of futures modelling when used in a catchment-scale sustainability problem context. The worldview mapping tool used

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closer look at the cultural survival dimension of Māori Genuine Progress Indicator (mGPI) accounting

This report contains the findings of a kaupapa-based literature review (Cole 2019a; 2019b) on the topic of cultural survival. While this topic of inquiry will be of interest to scholars

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Māori genuine progress indicator (mGPI) accounting: the critical role of knowledge development in Māori community wellbeing and cultural survival

This report explores the critical role that knowledge development within Māori communities plays in supporting their wellbeing and cultural survival aspirations. It highlights a unique, bottom-up approach to national accounting

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An introduction to Māori Genuine Progress Indicator (mGPI) accounting

This report provides a written introduction to Māori Genuine Progress Indicator (mGPI) accounting as an alternative to GDP-based National Accounting in New Zealand. mGPI accounting more appropriately measures the wellbeing

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The emergence of transdisciplinary methodology in western science

Cole, A. O. me ōna tūpuna (2019). The emergence of transdisciplinary methodology in western science. Kōrero Māori report 23. Tauranga, New Zealand: iPansophy Limited Digital Publishing [Download].

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Tātari Tauutuutu: moving beyond ‘cultural impact assessment’ in search of Māori cultural survival outcomes

Cole, A. O. me ōna tūpuna, Apatu, M., Black, M., Te Huia, B., Brown, J. and O’Reilly, T. (2019) Tātari Tauutuutu: moving beyond ‘cultural impact assessment’ in search of Māori

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