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  • Ethnicity and deliberate self-injury: A review of the literature

    Wilson, Cate (Maori and Psychology Research Unit, University of Waikato, 1999)
    Deliberate self-injury is a significant social problem affecting youth in New Zealand. Rates of hospitalisation for youth (aged 15 to 19) from deliberate self-injury approximate 225 per 100,000. It appears that the rates ...
  • Everyday gambling in New Zealand

    Curtis, Bruce; Wilson, Cate (Dunmore Press Limited, 2001)
    There is a sizeable body of statistics on gambling in New Zealand which points albeit unintentionally - to the everyday status of this activity. Max Abbott and Rachel Volberg, two leading figures in the rapidly growing ...
  • Gambling with communities

    Curtis, Bruce; Wilson, Cate (Dunmore Press Limited, 2002)
    In this chapter we draw attention to spoken and unspoken aspects of government policy found in the disadvantaging of community forms of gambling. Much of the rhetoric presented by government claims to be about protecting ...

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