Dr Angela Moewaka Barnes, MA, PhD.

Angela Moewaka Barnes (Te Kapotai, Ngapuhi-nui-tonu) is a researcher in Whariki. She has been involved in a range of research projects, including Maori access to cardiovascular services, cardiac rehabilitation and maternity care. Angela has a special interest in studies of film and mass media representations of Maori and indigenous people. Her doctoral thesis, Nga Kai Para i te Kahikatoa: Maori Filmmaking, Forging a Path (2011) , examined Maori filmmaking in Aotearoa, utilising kaupapa Maori, indigenous and media theory.

Email: a.mwakabarnes@massey.ac.nz


selected journal articles and book chapters

Rankine, J., Moewaka Barnes, A., Borell, B., Nairn, R., & McCreanor, T. (2014). Content and source analysis of newspaper items about Maori issues: Silencing the ‘natives’ in Aotearoa?Pacific Journalism Review, 20(1), 213-233. A350

Nairn, R., DeSouza, R., Moewaka Barnes, A., Rankine, J., Borell, B., & McCreanor, T. (2014). Nursing in media saturated societies: implications for cultural safety in nursing practice in Aotearoa New Zealand. Journal of Research in Nursing, 19, 477-487. A349

Moewaka Barnes, A., Taiapa, K., Borell, B., & McCreanor, T. (2013). Maori experiences and responses to racism in New Zealand. MAI Journal, 2(2), 63-77. A336

Abel, S., McCreanor, T., & Moewaka Barnes, A. (2012). Reporting te Tiriti: Producing and performing the colonial society. In M. Hirst, V. Rupar & S. Phelan (Eds.), Scooped: The politics and power of journalism in Aotearoa New Zealand Auckland: AUT Media.

Nairn, R., McCreanor, T., Moewaka Barnes, A., Borell, B., Rankine, J., & Gregory, A. (2012). “Maori news is bad news”: that’s certainly so on television. MAI Journal, 1(1), 38-49. A309

Moewaka Barnes, A., Borell, B., Taiapa, K., Rankine, J., Nairn, R., & McCreanor, T. (2012). Anti-Maori themes in New Zealand Journalism; toward alternative practice. Pacific Journalism Review, 18(1), 195-216. A304

McCreanor, T., McManus, A.-L., Moewaka Barnes, A., Rankine, J., Borell, B., & Nairn, R. (2011). Maori business news in the mass media. Sites: New Series, 8(2), 32-56. A335

Rankine, J., Moewaka Barnes, A., Borell, B., McCreanor, T., Nairn, R., & Gregory, A. (2011). Suburban Newspapers’ reporting of Maori news. Pacific Journalism Review, 17(2), 50-71. A297

Nairn, R., Moewaka Barnes, A., Rankine, J., Borell, B., Abel, S., & McCreanor, T. (2011). Mass Media in Aotearoa: An Obstacle to Cultural Competence. New Zealand Journal of Psychology, 40(3), 168-175. A296

Gregory, M., Borell, B., McCreanor, T., Moewaka Barnes, A., Nairn, R., Rankine, J., Abel, S., Taiapa, K., Kaiwai, H. (2011). Reading news about Maori: responses from non-Maori audiences.AlterNative, 7(1). 51-64. [Abstract] A280

McCreanor, T., Rankine, J., Moewaka Barnes, A., Borell, B., Nairn, R., Gregory, M., Kaiwai, H. (2010). Maori sport and Maori in sport: mass media representations and Pakeha discourse.Alternative, 6(3). 235-247. [Abstract] A266

Rankine, J., Moewaka Barnes, A., Borell, B., Nairn, R., McCreanor, T., & Gregory, A. (2009). Intentional use of te reo Maori in New Zealand newspapers in 2007. Pacific Journalism Review, 15(2). 174-190. [Abstract]