Tears, fears, sacrifices, courage & resilience: The COVID-19 stories of female Pacific business students

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Lim, Mary
Bentley-Gray, Daisy
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2021-12-06
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Auckland (N.Z.)
Aotearoa
Pasifika students
women students
business students
business education
student experience
COVID-19 Pandemic, 2020-
talanoa (traditional method of face-to-face conversations)
Pasifika research methodology
indigenous methodologies
New Zealand
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Lim, M., & Bentley-Gray, D. (2021, December, 6). Tears, fears, sacrifices, courage & resilience: The COVID-19 stories of female Pacific business students. Paper presented at the MIT - Unitec Research Symposium 2021 Rangahau Horonuku Hou New Research Landscapes, Unitec
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◦ Why this research? ◦ Covid 19 as a disruptor Imagine… ◦ The Research Framework - Fonofale ◦ Pacific research methodology -Talanoa ◦ Data analysis grounded theory approach ◦ The value of this research
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