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Ethics. Nga Iwi E. All you people! All you people! Be united as one, like the Pacific Ocean. (Cries of joy!) "air- ee -ah- ee -air"

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Ethics


NgaIwi E

All you people! All you people!Be united as one, like the Pacific Ocean.(Cries of joy!) "air-ee-ah-ee-air"

Hold on firmly! Hold on firmlyto your inheritance, and to compassion. e-i-a-i-e -----------All you young women! All you young women rise up, rise up, be stronge-i-a-i-e -----------All you young men! All you young men!Listen, support, be strong e-i-a-i-e -----------All you people! All you people! Be united as one, like the Pacific Ocean. e-i-a-i-e -----------

Ngaiwi e! Ngaiwi e! Kia kotahirate Mo-a-na-"nwi"-kiwae-i-a-i-e -----------Kia maura! Kia maura! kite mana motuhake me tearohae-i-a-i-e -----------Wahine ma! Wahine ma! Ma-ra-ngamai, Ma-ra-ngamai, kiakahae-i-a-i-e -----------Ta ne ma! Ta ne ma!Whakarongo tautoko kia kaha e-i-a-i-e -----------Ngaiwi e! Ngaiwi e! Kia kotahimaiteMoana-"nwi"-kiwae i-a i-e -----------


Session 5

  • Feedback about the weekend’s OAP events

  • Ethics and ethical dilemmas

  • Reviewing ethical issues for the OAP events

  • Looking ahead to assignment 3

  • Final tutorials for Literature review

  • First tutorials for the Literature presentation (starting on April 3rd)


Ethical Issues for OAP – what are they?

  • Informed and voluntary consent

  • Respect for rights and confidentiality and preservation of anonymity

  • Minimisation of harm

  • Cultural and social sensitivity

  • Limitation of deception

  • Respect for intellectual and cultural property ownership

  • Avoidance of conflict of interest

  • Research design adequacy


Assignment three: Data collection - 25% Due date May 1st

Participate, collect data, evaluate (1-3) 7%

  • Assist with the registration of participants. Ensure that you are registered as part of a Team Unitec

  • Assist with the evaluation data collection

  • Participate in the event by doing as much of the route as you can within the time available

  • Fill in an individual evaluation form at the end. Put your team name on it - if you want to put your own on as well, you can.


Assignment three: Data collection

Input data into kwiksurveys: 9%

  • Click on this link http://kwiksurveys.com/s.asp?sid=w70ij7kclmwvpa0120747 to enter registration data

  • Enter the registration data. Make sure that your name is entered as the data entry person

  • Click on this link http://kwiksurveys.com/s.asp?sid=yov270nipde14eq120686 to enter evaluation data

  • Enter the evaluation data. Make sure that your name is entered as the data entry person

  • Each student will enter between 7- 15 sets of data, depending on how many forms are completed.


Assignment three: Data collection

Reflection on the day: 9%

  • A short (500 word) in-class designed reflection looking back on the OAP event and critiquing it in relation to two of the key objectives of the project


OAP key objectives

Key Objectives

  • Create an event for the whole family to have fun with the community in the community that cultivates a greater sense of community identity and belonging

  • Showcase local natural, social, cultural and built capital

  • Provide an opportunity for local organisations and groups to showcase themselves

  • Provide an opportunity for community networking and socialising and build foundations for community resilience

  • Developing a greater understanding of who’s who in the community and who is doing what

  • Create a collaborative model that can be adapted by any other community and run to achieve similar outcomes


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