The politics of engagement: An indigenous perspective

When:17 Aug 2010, 1pm - 3pm
Venue:Morben Brown MB308B
Who:

With Judy Motion

The politics of engagement: An indigenous perspective

Traversing western and indigenous organizational forms poses complex communicative challenges for those charged with public engagement. In this paper I will theorise the interplay of power and knowledge embedded in the indigenous engagement efforts of New Zealand science organizations and map the discursive roles of Maori scientists who act as organizational emissaries and cultural intermediaries drawing upon a Foucauldian framework.

Judy Motion is Professor of Communication in the School of English, Media and Performing Arts and an Associate of the Journalism and Media Research Centre. Professor Motion’s research areas include public relations, promotional communication and discourse, public policy and social innovation. She has co-lead a Foundation for Research, Science and Technology funded research program to investigate socially and culturally sustainable biotechnology in New Zealand and is currently a member of a New Zealand based research program investigating sustainable productivity in small to medium businesses.

A light lunch will be provided.

All are welcome, and no reservation is required.

Contact Details

Stephen Healy, s.healy@unsw.edu.au, 9385 1597

With Judy Motion

The politics of engagement: An indigenous perspective

Traversing western and indigenous organizational forms poses complex communicative challenges for those charged with public engagement. In this paper I will theorise the interplay of power and knowledge embedded in the indigenous engagement efforts of New Zealand science organizations and map the discursive roles of Maori scientists who act as organizational emissaries and cultural intermediaries drawing upon a Foucauldian framework.

Judy Motion is Professor of Communication in the School of English, Media and Performing Arts and an Associate of the Journalism and Media Research Centre. Professor Motion’s research areas include public relations, promotional communication and discourse, public policy and social innovation. She has co-lead a Foundation for Research, Science and Technology funded research program to investigate socially and culturally sustainable biotechnology in New Zealand and is currently a member of a New Zealand based research program investigating sustainable productivity in small to medium businesses.

A light lunch will be provided.

All are welcome, and no reservation is required.

Contact Details

Stephen Healy, s.healy@unsw.edu.au, 9385 1597

With Judy Motion

The politics of engagement: An indigenous perspective

Traversing western and indigenous organizational forms poses complex communicative challenges for those charged with public engagement. In this paper I will theorise the interplay of power and knowledge embedded in the indigenous engagement efforts of New Zealand science organizations and map the discursive roles of Maori scientists who act as organizational emissaries and cultural intermediaries drawing upon a Foucauldian framework.

Judy Motion is Professor of Communication in the School of English, Media and Performing Arts and an Associate of the Journalism and Media Research Centre. Professor Motion’s research areas include public relations, promotional communication and discourse, public policy and social innovation. She has co-lead a Foundation for Research, Science and Technology funded research program to investigate socially and culturally sustainable biotechnology in New Zealand and is currently a member of a New Zealand based research program investigating sustainable productivity in small to medium businesses.

A light lunch will be provided.

All are welcome, and no reservation is required.

Contact Details

Stephen Healy, s.healy@unsw.edu.au, 9385 1597

With Judy Motion

The politics of engagement: An indigenous perspective

Traversing western and indigenous organizational forms poses complex communicative challenges for those charged with public engagement. In this paper I will theorise the interplay of power and knowledge embedded in the indigenous engagement efforts of New Zealand science organizations and map the discursive roles of Maori scientists who act as organizational emissaries and cultural intermediaries drawing upon a Foucauldian framework.

Judy Motion is Professor of Communication in the School of English, Media and Performing Arts and an Associate of the Journalism and Media Research Centre. Professor Motion’s research areas include public relations, promotional communication and discourse, public policy and social innovation. She has co-lead a Foundation for Research, Science and Technology funded research program to investigate socially and culturally sustainable biotechnology in New Zealand and is currently a member of a New Zealand based research program investigating sustainable productivity in small to medium businesses.

A light lunch will be provided.

All are welcome, and no reservation is required.

Contact Details

Stephen Healy, s.healy@unsw.edu.au, 9385 1597

With Judy Motion

The politics of engagement: An indigenous perspective

Traversing western and indigenous organizational forms poses complex communicative challenges for those charged with public engagement. In this paper I will theorise the interplay of power and knowledge embedded in the indigenous engagement efforts of New Zealand science organizations and map the discursive roles of Maori scientists who act as organizational emissaries and cultural intermediaries drawing upon a Foucauldian framework.

Judy Motion is Professor of Communication in the School of English, Media and Performing Arts and an Associate of the Journalism and Media Research Centre. Professor Motion’s research areas include public relations, promotional communication and discourse, public policy and social innovation. She has co-lead a Foundation for Research, Science and Technology funded research program to investigate socially and culturally sustainable biotechnology in New Zealand and is currently a member of a New Zealand based research program investigating sustainable productivity in small to medium businesses.

A light lunch will be provided.

All are welcome, and no reservation is required.

Contact Details

Stephen Healy, s.healy@unsw.edu.au, 9385 1597

With Judy Motion

The politics of engagement: An indigenous perspective

Traversing western and indigenous organizational forms poses complex communicative challenges for those charged with public engagement. In this paper I will theorise the interplay of power and knowledge embedded in the indigenous engagement efforts of New Zealand science organizations and map the discursive roles of Maori scientists who act as organizational emissaries and cultural intermediaries drawing upon a Foucauldian framework.

Judy Motion is Professor of Communication in the School of English, Media and Performing Arts and an Associate of the Journalism and Media Research Centre. Professor Motion’s research areas include public relations, promotional communication and discourse, public policy and social innovation. She has co-lead a Foundation for Research, Science and Technology funded research program to investigate socially and culturally sustainable biotechnology in New Zealand and is currently a member of a New Zealand based research program investigating sustainable productivity in small to medium businesses.

A light lunch will be provided.

All are welcome, and no reservation is required.

Contact Details

Stephen Healy, s.healy@unsw.edu.au, 9385 1597

With Judy Motion

The politics of engagement: An indigenous perspective

Traversing western and indigenous organizational forms poses complex communicative challenges for those charged with public engagement. In this paper I will theorise the interplay of power and knowledge embedded in the indigenous engagement efforts of New Zealand science organizations and map the discursive roles of Maori scientists who act as organizational emissaries and cultural intermediaries drawing upon a Foucauldian framework.

Judy Motion is Professor of Communication in the School of English, Media and Performing Arts and an Associate of the Journalism and Media Research Centre. Professor Motion’s research areas include public relations, promotional communication and discourse, public policy and social innovation. She has co-lead a Foundation for Research, Science and Technology funded research program to investigate socially and culturally sustainable biotechnology in New Zealand and is currently a member of a New Zealand based research program investigating sustainable productivity in small to medium businesses.

A light lunch will be provided.

All are welcome, and no reservation is required.

Contact Details

Stephen Healy, s.healy@unsw.edu.au, 9385 1597

With Judy Motion

The politics of engagement: An indigenous perspective

Traversing western and indigenous organizational forms poses complex communicative challenges for those charged with public engagement. In this paper I will theorise the interplay of power and knowledge embedded in the indigenous engagement efforts of New Zealand science organizations and map the discursive roles of Maori scientists who act as organizational emissaries and cultural intermediaries drawing upon a Foucauldian framework.

Judy Motion is Professor of Communication in the School of English, Media and Performing Arts and an Associate of the Journalism and Media Research Centre. Professor Motion’s research areas include public relations, promotional communication and discourse, public policy and social innovation. She has co-lead a Foundation for Research, Science and Technology funded research program to investigate socially and culturally sustainable biotechnology in New Zealand and is currently a member of a New Zealand based research program investigating sustainable productivity in small to medium businesses.

A light lunch will be provided.

All are welcome, and no reservation is required.

Contact Details

Stephen Healy, s.healy@unsw.edu.au, 9385 1597

With Judy Motion

The politics of engagement: An indigenous perspective

Traversing western and indigenous organizational forms poses complex communicative challenges for those charged with public engagement. In this paper I will theorise the interplay of power and knowledge embedded in the indigenous engagement efforts of New Zealand science organizations and map the discursive roles of Maori scientists who act as organizational emissaries and cultural intermediaries drawing upon a Foucauldian framework.

Judy Motion is Professor of Communication in the School of English, Media and Performing Arts and an Associate of the Journalism and Media Research Centre. Professor Motion’s research areas include public relations, promotional communication and discourse, public policy and social innovation. She has co-lead a Foundation for Research, Science and Technology funded research program to investigate socially and culturally sustainable biotechnology in New Zealand and is currently a member of a New Zealand based research program investigating sustainable productivity in small to medium businesses.

A light lunch will be provided.

All are welcome, and no reservation is required.

Contact Details

Stephen Healy, s.healy@unsw.edu.au, 9385 1597

With Judy Motion

The politics of engagement: An indigenous perspective

Traversing western and indigenous organizational forms poses complex communicative challenges for those charged with public engagement. In this paper I will theorise the interplay of power and knowledge embedded in the indigenous engagement efforts of New Zealand science organizations and map the discursive roles of Maori scientists who act as organizational emissaries and cultural intermediaries drawing upon a Foucauldian framework.

Judy Motion is Professor of Communication in the School of English, Media and Performing Arts and an Associate of the Journalism and Media Research Centre. Professor Motion’s research areas include public relations, promotional communication and discourse, public policy and social innovation. She has co-lead a Foundation for Research, Science and Technology funded research program to investigate socially and culturally sustainable biotechnology in New Zealand and is currently a member of a New Zealand based research program investigating sustainable productivity in small to medium businesses.

A light lunch will be provided.

All are welcome, and no reservation is required.

Contact Details

Stephen Healy, s.healy@unsw.edu.au, 9385 1597

With Judy Motion

The politics of engagement: An indigenous perspective

Traversing western and indigenous organizational forms poses complex communicative challenges for those charged with public engagement. In this paper I will theorise the interplay of power and knowledge embedded in the indigenous engagement efforts of New Zealand science organizations and map the discursive roles of Maori scientists who act as organizational emissaries and cultural intermediaries drawing upon a Foucauldian framework.

Judy Motion is Professor of Communication in the School of English, Media and Performing Arts and an Associate of the Journalism and Media Research Centre. Professor Motion’s research areas include public relations, promotional communication and discourse, public policy and social innovation. She has co-lead a Foundation for Research, Science and Technology funded research program to investigate socially and culturally sustainable biotechnology in New Zealand and is currently a member of a New Zealand based research program investigating sustainable productivity in small to medium businesses.

A light lunch will be provided.

All are welcome, and no reservation is required.

Contact Details

Stephen Healy, s.healy@unsw.edu.au, 9385 1597

With Judy Motion

The politics of engagement: An indigenous perspective

Traversing western and indigenous organizational forms poses complex communicative challenges for those charged with public engagement. In this paper I will theorise the interplay of power and knowledge embedded in the indigenous engagement efforts of New Zealand science organizations and map the discursive roles of Maori scientists who act as organizational emissaries and cultural intermediaries drawing upon a Foucauldian framework.

Judy Motion is Professor of Communication in the School of English, Media and Performing Arts and an Associate of the Journalism and Media Research Centre. Professor Motion’s research areas include public relations, promotional communication and discourse, public policy and social innovation. She has co-lead a Foundation for Research, Science and Technology funded research program to investigate socially and culturally sustainable biotechnology in New Zealand and is currently a member of a New Zealand based research program investigating sustainable productivity in small to medium businesses.

A light lunch will be provided.

All are welcome, and no reservation is required.

Contact Details

Stephen Healy, s.healy@unsw.edu.au, 9385 1597

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