Associate Professor Hinematau McNeill

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Associate Dean: Undergraduate

Phone: +64 9 921 9999 extn 6077

Email: hmcneill@aut.ac.nz

Physical Address:
Room WB 312,
Te Ara Poutama – The Faculty of Māori & Indigenous Development,
Wellesley Street East,
Auckland Central 1142

Postal Address:
AUT University
Private Bag 92006
Auckland 1142

Qualifications:

PhD (AUT), MA First Class Hon. (Auckland University), BA (Auckland University) CTESL (London)

Memberships and Affiliations:

Iwi affiliations: Ngāti Moko, Tapuika

Teaching Areas:

Social anthropology, Sociology, Health studies, Maori Studies.

Research Areas:

Māori health, Tribal history, Māori community education

Publications:

Refereed Research Publications

McNeill, H. (2016). Māori and the natural environment from an occupational justice perspective. Journal of Occupational Science. Vol.  24(1).

McNeill, H. (2016). Towards Māori corporate social responsibility. Te Kaharoa, vol. 9 (1). pp. 177201.

McNeill, H. & Kihirini, B. (2013). Tapuika Language Revitalisation Project. In Te Kaharoa the E-Journal of Indigenous Pacific Issues.

McNeill, H. (2012). Ngā Mahi Ora ā Rēhia. In Te Kaharoa the E-Journal of Indigenous Pacific Issues. Volume 5, No 1.pp 33 -42. 9 pages.

McNeill, H. (2012). The interface between technology, oral tradition, digital repository. In T. Ka'ai, M. O Laoire, N. Ostler, R. Ka'ai-Mahuta, D. Mahuta, & T. Smith (Eds.), Language Endangerment in the 21st Century: Globalisation, Technology and New Media (pp. ii-140). Auckland, New Zealand: Foundation for Endangered Languages & Te Ipukarea

McNeill, H. (2009). Māori Models of Mental Health. In Te Kaharoa the E-Journal of Indigenous Pacific Issues. Volume 2, No 1. pp 18 – 49.

McNeill, H. (2008). A Critical Reflection of Ethical Issues in Maori Research. In Te Kaharoa the E-Journal of Indigenous Pacific Issues. Volume 1, No 1. pp 18 – 49.

Callaghan, P., McNeill, H., Marsh, T. & Maxwell–Crawford, K. (2005). Tapuika Mana Whenua Customary Land Use and Practices. A Report commissioned by Crown Forest Rental Trust.

Books and Chapters

McNeill.  & Hata, S. (2013).  Karanga.  In T. M. Ka’ai, J.C.M. & R. Te A. Ka‘ai-Mahuta Kia Rōnaki – The Māori Performing Arts.  Auckland, New Zealand:  Pearson New Zealand.

McNeill, H., Patterson, J. Sundborn, G., DeSouz, R., Weblemoe, T. McKinney, C. & Smith, N. (2010) Culture, Health and Wellbeing. In S. Shaw & B. Deed (eds) Health and Environment in Aotearoa New Zealand. Melbourne, Australia: Oxford University Press.

McNeill, H. (1998). Te Aria: The Spirit Sings. Auckland: Harper Collins.

McNeill, H., Von Dadelszen, J., Gray, A. & Duituturaga, E. (1988). Attitudes To Family Violence: A Study Across Cultures. Wellington: Department of Social Welfare.

Contribution to Treaty Negotiation Reports

These outputs represent a significant research investment on my part as the Tapuika negotiator for the Tapuika Treaty Settlement with responsibility for the history portfolio.

Stirling, B. McNeill, H. N. & Flavell, T. (2013). Submission to the Maori Affairs Select Committee - Ngā Punawai o Te Tokotoru Settlement Bill. Novatel Hotel, Rotorua.

Stirling, B. Taylor, B. & McNeill, H (2012) Tapuika Historic Account. A paper prepared for inclusion in Tapuika Treaty Settlement legislation (27 pages). Crown approved review by eminent historian: Emeritus Professor Keith Sorrenson.

Stirling, B. Taylor, B. & McNeill, H. (2012). Tapuika and the ‘Toa’ Claims. A briefing paper prepared for the Office of the Treaty Settlements (July) 24 pages.

Stirling, B. Taylor, B. & McNeill, H. (2012). Tapuika 20th Century Land Alienation. A briefing paper prepared for the Office of the Treaty Settlements (July) 3 pages.

Stirling, B. Taylor, B.  & McNeill, H., (2012) Tapuika Historic Account. A paper prepared for inclusion in Tapuika Treaty Settlement legislation.

Stirling, B. Taylor, B. & McNeill, H., (2012). Tapuika and the ‘Toa’ Claims. A briefing paper prepared for the Office of the Treaty Settlements (July).

Stirling, B. Taylor, B. & McNeill, H., (2012). Tapuika 20th Century Land Alienation. A briefing paper prepared for the Office of the Treaty Settlements (July).

Stirling, B. & McNeill, H. (2012). Tapuika Confiscated Interests. A briefing paper prepared for the Tapuika Iwi Authority for negotiation with the Office of the Treaty Settlements.

Callaghan, P & McNeill H. (2012). Tapuika Statement of Association Ōpoutihi Maunga. Document prepared for negotiation with the Office of the Treaty Settlements.

Callaghan, P., McNeill, H., Flavell, D. (2012) Whenua Rāhui. Tapuika Statement of Association. Document prepared for inclusion in the Tapuika Treaty Settlement.

Callaghan, P., McNeill, H. Flavell, D. (2012) Maketū and Waihi Estuary. Tapuika Statement of Association. Document prepared for inclusion in the Tapuika Treaty Settlement. Wellington: NZ Government.

Callaghan, P., McNeill, H. & Flavell, D. (2012). The Kaituna River and its Tributaries. Tapuika Statement of Association. Document prepared for inclusion in the Tapuika Treaty Settlement.

Callaghan, P. McNeill, H. & Maxwell-Crawford, K, (2005). Statement of Evidence on Behalf of Tapuika to the Waitangi Tribunal (WAI 894). Rotorua: Central North Island Inquiry 27 June 2005 (17 pages).

Research Reports (not refereed)

Frielick, S., Keiha, P., & McNeill, H. (2012). Submission on the Inquiry into 21st century learning environments and digital literacy. To the Education & Science Select Committee.

Kihirini, B. & McNeill, H. (2012). Te Hitori o Pāhiko A Background Paper for the Te Matai Te Kura ā Iwi o Te Matai.

McNeill, H. (2012) Peer Review Ma ngā uri ka ora: growing healthy tamariki, whānau & hapū in Tūhoe communities-a case study of resilience within Ruatāhuna. A Report for Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga New Zealand's Indigenous Centre of Research Excellence: University of Auckland.

McNeill, H. Aspin, C. Kingi T.K. (2009). Health measurement and knowledge translation for improved Māori health outcomes.  A Report prepared for the Health Research Council of New Zealand by the Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences, AUT University.

McNeill, H. (2008). Peer Review Whakatau Mai Ra: The Impacts of Gambling for Māori Communities: A National Māori Collaborative Approach. A Report commissioned by Te Rūnanga o Kirikiriroa Trust Inc.

McNeill, H. (2008). Tapuika Social and Economic Impact Report. A Report commissioned by Tapuika Iwi Authority.

McNeill, H. (2008). Tapuika Education Strategy. A Report commissioned by Tapuika Iwi Authority.

McNeill, H. & McNeill, A. (2008) Governance - Trustee Responsibilities and Accountability. A Report commissioned by Tapuika Iwi Authority.

McNeill, H. (2008). Peer Review Community Action Project for the Reduction of Gambling Related Harm for the Waikato Area. A Report commissioned by Te Rūnanga o Kirikiriroa Trust Inc.

Research Presentations

Henry, E. & McNeill, H. (2017). Post-settlement Governance Entities, at the interface of Indigenous development in New Zealand. Academy of Management, Atlanta, Georgia, USA, 04 Aug 2017 - 08 Aug 2017. Proceedings Editors: Humphrys J. Academy of Management Proceedings. Academy of Management.

McNeill H. (2012). The interface between technology, oral tradition, digital repository. Language Endangerment in the 21st Century: Globalisation, Technology and New Media FELS Federation of Endangered Languages. Auckland: AUT University September 12th -14th 2012.

McNeill, H. (2012) Ngā Mahi Ora ā Rēhia- Māori Diabetes Intervention Programme. A paper presented at the Native American and Indigenous Studies (NAISA) Conference, Connecticut USA: June 3 – 6.

McNeill, H. (2010). Māori Health Indicators. HRC Conference Presentation Rotorua Convention Centre, Rotorua 8 - 9 July.

McNeill, H. (2007).  Ngā Kaumātua o Tūhoe. Manu-Ao Presentation.  AUT. Auckland: September 12.

McNeill, H. (2006). Indicators of Kaumātua Mental Wellness. HRC Presentation Te Papa Museum Wellington July 15 – 20.

McNeill, H.  (1988). Attitudes to Family Violence: Māori study. In von Dadelszen, J. Gray, A. McNeill, H. Duituturaga, E. Good, R. Ash. R. (1988).  Attitudes to family violence: A study across cultures Family Violence Prevention. Wellington: Department of Social Welfare.

Balzer, R. & McNeill, H. (1988)._
_The cultural facilitators of family violence. Wellington: FVPCC, Department of Social Welfare.