Publications and Presentations

Books 

Gounder, F. (Ed.).  (2015).  Narrative Practice and Identity Construction in the Pacific Islands.  The Netherlands: John Benjamins.  https://benjamins.com/#catalog/books/sin.21/main

Gounder, F.  (2011).  Indentured Identities: Resistance and Accommodation in Plantation-era Fiji.  The Netherlands: John Benjamins.  http://benjamins.com/#catalog/books/sin.15/main

Book chapters

Gounder, F. (2015). Introduction. In F. Gounder (Ed.), Narrative Practice and Identity Construction in the Pacific Islands (pp. 1-11).  The Netherlands: John Benjamins.

Gounder, F.  (2014).  Who is ‘we’? Anniversary narrative as collective memory. In E. Stracke (Ed.), Intersections: Applied Linguistics as a Meeting Place (pp. 87-109). Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Edited journal 

Gounder, F. (Ed.).  (2014).  Narrative: State of the art in Aotearoa.  Special Edition of Te Reo: Official Journal of the Linguistic Society of New Zealand, volume 57.

Journal articles

Gounder, F., & Ameer, R.  (2018).  Defining diabetes and assigning responsibility: How print media frame diabetes in New ZealandJournal of Applied Communication Research, 46(1).  DOI: 10.1080/00909882.2017.1409907

Gounder, F.  (2017).  [Book review].  Chaim Noy. (2015). Thank you for dying for our country: Commemorative texts and performances in Jerusalem. Oxford: Oxford University Press.  Language in Society, 46(4), 602-603.

Gounder, F.  (2017). Restorying Girmit: Commemorative journalism, collective consciousness and the imagined community.  Fijian Studies: A Journal of Contemporary Fiji, 15(1), 47-62.

Gounder, F., Gounder, R., Cornelius, M.  (2016). “Sex like sweet potatoes”: The Implications of HIV Media Framing in South Pacific Developing Countries.  Journal of Public Health in Developing Countries, 2(1), 109-120.

Gounder, F.  (2014). Narrative perspectives and perspectives on narrative. Te Reo: Official Journal of the Linguistic Society of New Zealand, 57, 93-108.

Dean, F. (2000). Precourse needs analysis for a female Rotuman learning a domestic register of Fiji Hindi.  Directions: Journal of Educational Studies, 22 (2), 35-55. [Published under maiden name]

Conference presentations

2017  Gounder, F.  “‘Oh, sugar’: Media framing of diabetes”6th Discourse and Society Conference, 6-9 December.  Auckland University of Technology, Auckland.

2015 Gounder, F.  “Implications of health media framing in the South Pacific“, 8th Pasifika Massey Conference, 24-25 Nov.  Massey University, Palmerston North.

2014  Gounder, F.  “Framing health news stories in the South Pacific”, Linguistic Society of New Zealand Language and Society Conference, 23-25 Nov. University of Waikato, Hamilton.

2011  Gounder, F. “I was slapped but never beaten: A Fiji Indian mother’s construction of agency through her life narrative”, Linguistics Society of New Zealand 19th Biennial Conference, 17-18 Nov. Victoria University, Wellington.

2009  Gounder, F.  “Performing gender: Putting women back into Indian indenture”, Linguistics Society of New Zealand 18th Biennial Conference, 30 Nov-1 Dec.  Massey University, Palmerston North.

2008  Gounder, F. “Kissing cousins: The habitual narrative & the narrative-proper”, Linguistic Society of New Zealand Language and Society Conference, 17-18 Nov.  Otago University, Dunedin.

2008  Gounder, F. The silenced interviewer in the representation of identities”, CLESOL, 2-5 Oct.  King’s College, Auckland.

2007  Gounder, F. Narratives of Indian indenture”, ALANZ, 3rd Nov.  International Pacific College, Palmerston North.

Seminar presentations

2016.  Gounder, F.  “Complementary and Alternative medicine in South Pacific media”, Avondale College of Higher Education, Sydney.  Invited presentation.

2016.  Gounder, F.  “(W)rite of healing: Social determinants of complementary and alternative medicine access in developing & developed worlds“, Massey University School of Development Studies, 27 April.  Massey University, Palmerston North.  Invited presentation.

2015  Gounder, F. “HIV in the South Pacific Media”, International Pacific College Research Day, 29 July.  International Pacific College, Palmerston North.

2015  Gounder, F. “‘Sex like sweet potatoes’: HIV in Fiji English media“, Massey University School of Communication Seminar Series, 27 May.  Massey University, Palmerston North.  Invited presentation.

2014  Gounder, F. “Talanoa with Fiji Indians: The need for culture-specific methodologies“, University of Waikato Narrative Symposium, 17 April.  University of Waikato, Hamilton.

2013  Gounder, F. “The Bad Mothers of Indian indenture: Countering stigma in collective memory”, Waikato Linguistics in Action, 14 Nov.  University of Waikato, Hamilton.

2011  Gounder, F. “Life narratives in Fiji Hindi”, International Pacific College Research Day, 26 July.  International Pacific College, Palmerston North.

Facilitated workshops on mixed methods

2017    Mixed methods software workshop.  IPU New Zealand Research Half Day, 9th August.  IPU New Zealand, Palmerston North.

2016    Mixed methods software workshop. 1st December.  IPU New Zealand, Palmerston North.

2016    Mixed methods software workshop for International Pacific University of Japan. 8th December. IPU New Zealand, Palmerston North.

2016    MAXQDA proposal and demonstration for IPU Board. 24th September, IPU New Zealand, Palmerston North.