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Professor Janine Hayward

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PhD (Well)
BA(Hons) (Well)
BA (Cant)

Professor Janine Hayward researches and teaches various aspects of New Zealand politics, including: Treaty of Waitangi politics, New Zealand’s constitution, electoral politics, environmental politics, and local government politics. She also works on the comparative constitutional politics of commonwealth nations, and comparisons with Canada on indigenous/state relations.


Teaching


Contact details

Room 4C13, 4th floor, Arts (Burns) Building
Tel +64 3 479 8666
Email janine.hayward@otago.ac.nz
Office hours - Monday & Tuesday 1-2pm , Thursday & Friday 2-3pm
Research day - Thursday

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Publications

Bargh, M., Ellis, L., Hayward, J., Kurian, P., & MacArthur, J. (2017, November-December). Teaching environmental politics: From individualized guilt to empowered citizens. Panel discussion at the New Zealand Political Studies Association (NZPSA) Conference: (Dis)ordering politics: Exclusion, resistance and participation, Dunedin, New Zealand.

Hayward, J., & Shaw, R. (2016). Historical dictionary of New Zealand (3rd ed.). Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 471p.

Hayward, J. (2016). Implementing "fair and effective representation"?: A review of the local electoral option. New Zealand Universities Law Review, 27(2), 388-401.

Hayward, J. (2016). [Review of the book Tangata whenua: An illustrated history]. Political Science, 68(1), 98-99. doi: 10.1177/0032318716654333

Arseneau, T., & Hayward, J. (2016, November). Having 'the knack': The process of electoral reform in New Zealand. Verbal presentation at the New Zealand Political Studies Association (NZPSA) Conference, Hamilton, New Zealand.

Authored Book - Research

Hayward, J., & Shaw, R. (2016). Historical dictionary of New Zealand (3rd ed.). Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 471p.

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Edited Book - Research

Hayward, J. (Ed.). (2015). New Zealand government and politics (6th ed.). Melbourne, Australia: Oxford University Press, 569p.

Wheen, N. R., & Hayward, J. (Eds.). (2012). Treaty of Waitangi settlements. Wellington, New Zealand: Bridget Williams Books, 283p.

Rudd, C., Hayward, J., & Craig, G. (Eds.). (2009). Informing voters? Politics, media and the New Zealand election 2008. Auckland, New Zealand: Pearson, 166p.

Hayward, J., & Wheen, N. R. (Eds.). (2004). The Waitangi Tribunal: Te Roopu Whakamana i te Tiriti o Waitangi. Wellington, New Zealand: Bridget Williams Books, 296p.

Hayward, J., & Rudd, C. (Eds.). (2004). Political communications in New Zealand. Auckland: Pearson Education New Zealand, 218p.

Hayward, J. A. D. (Ed.). (2003). Local government and the Treaty of Waitangi. Oxford University Press, 200p.

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Chapter in Book - Research

Hayward, J. (2015). New Zealand's system of government. In J. Hayward (Ed.), New Zealand government and politics. (6th ed.) (pp. 118-119). Melbourne, Australia: Oxford University Press.

Hayward, J. (2015). The constitution. In J. Hayward (Ed.), New Zealand government and politics. (6th ed.) (pp. 131-140). Melbourne, Australia: Oxford University Press.

Hayward, J. (2015). New Zealand's political histories. In J. Hayward (Ed.), New Zealand government and politics. (6th ed.) (pp. 2-3). Melbourne, Australia: Oxford University Press.

Wheen, N. R., & Hayward, J. (2012). The meaning of Treaty settlements and the evolution of the Treaty settlement process. In N. R. Wheen & J. Hayward (Eds.), Treaty of Waitangi settlements. (pp. 13-25). Wellington, New Zealand: Bridget Williams Books.

Wheen, N. R., & Hayward, J. (2012). Conclusion. In N. R. Wheen & J. Hayward (Eds.), Treaty of Waitangi settlements. (pp. 201-203). Wellington, New Zealand: Bridget Williams Books.

Hayward, J. (2011). In search of certainty: Local government policy and the Treaty of Waitangi. In V. M. H. Tawhai & K. Gray-Sharp (Eds.), ‘Always speaking’: The Treaty of Waitangi and public policy. (pp. 79-94). Wellington, New Zealand: Huia Books.

Hayward, J., Rudd, C., & Hercus, J. (2011). Voting 101: Student voters in Dunedin's local election 2010. In J. Drage, J. McNeill & C. Cheyne (Eds.), Along a fault-line: New Zealand's changing local government landscape. (pp. 106-118). Wellington, New Zealand: Dunmore.

Sullivan, A., & Hayward, J. (2010). The Māori electorates and agency theory: Refocusing debate about the Māori seats. In M. Bargh (Ed.), Māori and Parliament: Diverse strategies and compromises. (pp. 167-180). Wellington, New Zealand: Huia Books.

Hayward, J. (2010). Indigneous political representation and comparative research. In B. Hokowhitu, N. Kermaol, C. Andersen, A. Petersen, M. Reilly, I. Altamirano-Jiménez & P. Rewi (Eds.), Indigenous identity and resistance: Researching the diversity of knowledge. (pp. 139-150). Dunedin, New Zealand: Otago University Press.

Hayward, J. (2010). Local government representation. In M. Mulholland & V. Tawhai (Eds.), Weeping waters: The Treaty of Waitangi and constitutional change. (pp. 269-286). Wellington, New Zealand: Huia.

Hayward, J., & Rudd, C. (2010). Parties, voters and the media. In R. Miller (Ed.), New Zealand government & politics. (5th ed.) (pp. 302-311). Melbourne, Australia: Oxford University Press.

Hayward, J. (2010). The Treaty and the Constitution. In R. Miller (Ed.), New Zealand government & politics. (5th ed.) (pp. 105-113). Melbourne, Australia: Oxford University Press.

Hayward, J. (2010). What if the Foreshore and Seabed Act 2004 had never been passed? In S. Levine (Ed.), New Zealand as it might have been 2. (pp. 199-212). Wellington, New Zealand: Victoria University Press.

Craig, G., Hayward, J., & Rudd, C. (2009). Introduction: Mediated politics. In C. Rudd, J. Hayward & G. Craig (Eds.), Informing voters? Politics, media and the New Zealand election 2008. (pp. 1-12). Auckland, New Zealand: Pearson Education.

Craig, G., Hayward, J., & Rudd, C. (2009). Conclusion: Don't shoot the messenger? In C. Rudd, J. Hayward & G. Craig (Eds.), Informing voters? Politics, media and the New Zealand election 2008. (pp. 142-146). Auckland, New Zealand: Pearson Education.

Rudd, C., & Hayward, J. (2009). Newspaper coverage. In C. Rudd, J. Hayward & G. Craig (Eds.), Informing voters? Politics, media and the New Zealand election 2008. (pp. 90-107). Auckland, New Zealand: Pearson.

Hayward, J. (2006). Treaty policy. In R. Miller (Ed.), New Zealand government and politics. (4th ed.) (pp. 594-604). Melbourne, Australia: Oxford University Press.

Hayward, J. (2006). What if Maori had not been made British subjects in 1840? In S. Levine (Ed.), New Zealand: As it might have been. (pp. 41-57). Wellington, New Zealand: Victoria University Press.

Hayward, J., & Rudd, C. (2006). Media and political communication. In R. Miller (Ed.), New Zealand government and politics. (4th ed.) (pp. 479-487). Melbourne, Australia: Oxford University Press.

Rudd, C., & Hayward, J. (2006). Campaigning. In R. Miller (Ed.), New Zealand government and politics. (4th ed.) (pp. 327-337). Melbourne, Australia: Oxford University Press.

Hayward, J. (2005). Republicanism and the Treaty of Waitangi: Cutting the colonial ties that bind? In Sovereignty under siege? Globalization and New Zealand. (pp. 157-169). Aldershot, UK: Ashgate Publishing.

Hayward, J. (2004). Te Tiriti o Waitangi: The Treaty of Waitangi. In T. Ka ai, M. Reilly, J. Moorfield & S. Mosely (Eds.), Ki te whaiao: An introduction to Maori culture and society. (pp. 151-162). Auckland, New Zealand: Pearson Education New Zealand.

Hayward, J., & Rudd, C. (2004). Party advertising in newspapers. In J. Hayward & C. Rudd (Eds.), Political communications in New Zealand. (pp. 38-51). Auckland: Pearson Education New Zealand.

Hayward, J. A. D. (2003). The Waitangi Tribunal in the Treaty settlement process. In R. Miller (Ed.), New Zealand government and politics. (3 ed.) (pp. 514-521). Oxford University Press.

Hayward, J. A. (2003). Realising potential: The ways and challenges ahead. In J. Hayward (Ed.), Local government and the Treaty of Waitangi. (pp. 173-178). New York: Oxford.

Hayward, J. A., & Rudd, C. (2003). 'Read all about it!': Newspaper coverage of the general election. In J. Boston, S. Church, S. Levine, E. McLeay & N. S. Roberts (Eds.), New Zealand votes: The general election of 2002. (pp. 254-269). Wellington: Victoria University Press.

Hayward, J. A., & Price, R. T. (2003). Indian treaties and land claims in Canada. In J. Hayward & N. R. Wheen (Eds.), The Waitangi Tribunal: Te Roopu Whakamana i te Tiriti o Waitangi. (pp. 139-153). Wellington: Bridget Williams Books.

Hayward, J. A., & Price, R. T. (2003). 'Flowing from the Treaty's words' the principles of the Treaty of Waitangi. In J. Hayward & N. R. Wheen (Eds.), The Waitangi Tribunal: Te Roopu Whakamana i te Tiriti o Waitangi. (pp. 29-40). Wellington: Bridget Williams Books.

Hayward, J. A. D. (2002). Getting beyond 'Consultation' : The Treaty challenge for local government. In J. Drage (Ed.), Empowering Communities?: Representation and Participation in New Zealand's local government. (pp. 211-225). Wellington: Victoria University Press.

Hayward, J. A. D. (2001). The Waitangi Tribunal. In R. Miller (Ed.), New Zealand Politics and Government. (pp. 490-498). Melbourne: Oxford University Press.

Hayward, J. A. D., & Rudd, C. (2000). Metropolitan newspapers and the election. In J. Boston (Ed.), Left Turn: The New Zealand General Election of 1999. (pp. 89-104). Welington: Victoria University Press.

Hayward, J. A. D. (2000). Who should be Head of State? In C. James (Ed.), Building the Constitution. (pp. 261-266). Wellington: Institute of Policy Studies.

Hayward, J. A., & Ward, A. (1999). Tino Rangatiratanga: Maori in the political and administrative system. In P. Havemun (Ed.), Indigenous Peoples' Rights in Australia, Canada and New Zealand. (pp. 378-399). Auckland: Oxford University Press.

Hayward, J. A. (1998). Commentary on a New Zealand Republic. In A. Simpson (Ed.), The Constitutional Implications of MMP, Occasional Publication No. 9. (pp. 232-235). VUW, Wellington: School of Political Science and International Rs.

Hayward, J. A. D. (1997). The Principles of the Treaty of Waitangi. In A. Ward (Ed.), National Overview. (Vol II ed.) (pp. 475-494). Wellington: GP Publications.

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Journal - Research Article

Hayward, J. (2016). Implementing "fair and effective representation"?: A review of the local electoral option. New Zealand Universities Law Review, 27(2), 388-401.

Hayward, J. (2015). Anger and constraint? New Zealand's electoral politics 1992 to 2014. Representation, 51(2), 205-217. doi: 10.1080/00344893.2015.1063536

Hayward, J. (2014). Rethinking electoral reform in New Zealand: The benefits of citizens' assemblies. Kōtuitui, 9(1), 11-19. doi: 10.1080/1177083X.2013.869760

Hayward, J. (2013). Citizens’ assemblies and policy reform in New Zealand. Policy Quarterly, 9(2), 70-75.

Hayward, J. (2011). Mandatory Māori wards in local government: Active Crown protection of Māori Treaty rights. Political Science, 63(2), 186-204. doi: 10.1177/0032318711423908

Rudd, C., & Hayward, J. (2005). Media takeover or media intrusion? Modernisation, the media, and political communications in New Zealand. Political Science, 57(2), 7-16.

Hayward, J. A. D., & Rudd, C. (2002). The coverage of post-war election campaigns: The Otago Daily Times. Political Science, 54(2), 3-19.

Hayward, J. A. D. (2002). Three's a crowd? The Treaty of Waitangi, the Waitangi Tribunal and Third Parties. New Zealand Universities Law Review, 20(2), 239-250.

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