Browsing by Author "Stolte, Ottilie Emma Elisabeth"

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  • Dual-heritage households: Food, culture, and re-membering in Hamilton, New Zealand

    Graham, Rebekah Sarah; Hodgetts, Darrin; Stolte, Ottilie Emma Elisabeth (De Gruyter Open, 2016)
    Food is deeply connected to processes of re-membering, identity construction, the texturing of shared spaces, and social relationships. This case-comparative research focusses on how everyday food-related practices (sourcing, ...
  • Food insecurity in urban New Zealand. The case of the Kopa family

    Graham, Rebekah; Hodgetts, Darrin; Stolte, Ottilie Emma Elisabeth; Chamberlain, Kerry (2018)
    Poverty brings insecurity and chaos into the home, forcing families to develop strategies for navigating the difficulties of food insecurity. We document how one household, the Kopa family, responds to poverty in ad hoc ...
  • From means to occasion: walking in the life of homeless people

    Radley, Alan; Chamberlain, Kerry; Hodgetts, Darrin; Stolte, Ottilie Emma Elisabeth; Groot, Shiloh Ann Maree (Routledge Taylor & Francis Group, 2010)
    This article discusses walking by homeless people, who were asked to take photographs of their everyday lives. These individuals walked to take their pictures, and they used their photographs to explain the walking that ...
  • Homeless lives in New Zealand: The case of central Auckland

    Groot, Shiloh Ann Maree; Hodgetts, Darrin; Chamberlain, Kerry; Radley, Alan; Nikora, Linda Waimarie; Stolte, Ottilie Emma Elisabeth; Nabalarua, Eci (Maori and Psychology Research Unit, University of Waikato, 2008)
    Homelessness is a pressing and increasingly visible concern in New Zealand. Many people sleeping rough are male and of Maori or Pacific descent. This research focuses on understanding the nature of resilience through the ...
  • Homeless people's leisure practices within and beyond urban socio-scapes

    Hodgetts, Darrin; Stolte, Ottilie Emma Elisabeth (Sage, 2016)
    With increased inequity and polarisation in society, access to leisure has become even more crucial for ensuring the humanity and health of people living in urban poverty. Homeless people constitute the hard edge of urban ...