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Pasifika students' stories of inclusion, success and effective learning supports at the University of Canterbury are positioned to critically restory dominant narratives. In prioritising Pasifika students' voices, the reader is guided to centre on engaging Pasifika as Pasifika in both the research and the educational contexts this thesis speaks to. Talanoa processes shape the thesis structure, and create a dialogue between Pasifika students' voices and voices from the literature. An emergentdoi:10.26021/9673 fatcat:vjczfrvotzg4dmlfhxvwkt4bpa