PhD students

Name Email PhD research
Hossein Aghapouri Constructing national identity in diaspora and cyberspace.
Kristiann Allen The future of public science systems: Taking a science-in-society perspective on science system organisation and governance with particular reference to small advanced economies.
Davood Bayat Women's movement and the social and political events in Middle East: A comparative study between Iran and Egypt.
Mark Boyd Still following the leader? An analysis of television news coverage of the New Zealand general election campaigns of 2011 and 2014.
Lap Fung Chan  
Sereyvicheth Chunly  
Raghuvir Dass The Media Framing of Terrorism in the U.S, the U.K, and India.
Yang Du  
Zbigniew Dumienski  
Zheng Fang Normative global justice theories and transformative INGO discourse.
Celestyna Galicki The impact of electoral process on turnout.
Samira Ghoreishi The role of Islamic feminism in the Islamic Republic of Iran.
Thilak Nandana Hettiarachchi  
Oluwakemi Temitope Igiebor  
Wisdom Oghosa Iyekekpolo  
Samuel Alexey Kamaleialohaokeakua N Morales Flores Institutional and social perspectives on integration:  explaining comparative naturalization rates of former refugees.
Aitor Jiménez González Comparing plurinational orders:  national and racial constitutional governance in Bolivia, Canada, New Zealand and Spain.
H M Latiff K M Haneefa  
Hasith Eranda Kandaudahewa  
Bo (Iris) Li    
Andrew Yi Ming Lim Political marketing and nation branding by NZ and Australian advocacy groups to support Israeli and Palestinian governmental public diplomacy.
Salma Usman Malik The impact of online media on political knowledge of the young: identifying problems, potential and solutions.
Agkillah Maniam Central Forest Spine: A realistic policy for forest administration?
Pia Mckay Producing the limits of care: structures and practices of empathy and responsibility.
Neil Peter McMillan  
Tingting Miao The institutional barriers to the making of city-to-city (C2C) cooperation in China.
Van Tong Ngo  
Luke Duane Oldfield The Politics of Incarceration: Reconsidering incarceration in the pursuit of social and economic benefits: How has public opinion and political realities affected penal policy?
Justin Phillips Going negative in the era of the Super PAC: examined from a quantitative and qualitative perspective.
Nicolas Pirsoul Subaltern groups in multicultural states: New Zealand and Colombia compared.
Sigit Aris Prasetyo  
Jing Qui

Jason Roberts Ocean policy: New Zealand diplomatic actions toward achieving its desired outcomes in transboundary solutions and effective international rules.
Azim Shea Governmentalities of resilience in the Syria crisis.
Narut Supawantanakul Queer globalisation and intersectionality: Hybrid queer cultures and diversity in Japanese and Thai queer communities.
Fang Xu  
Ido Yahel  
Hend Zaki Globalization and identity: Muslims in western societies, identity, and Islam in the western context – the case of second and third generation Muslim immigrants in New Zealand and the US.
Yury Andreevich Zhukov Democratic Deliberation and Policy-Making Practices in Higher Education in New Zealand.