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  • From colonial categories to local culture: Evolving state practices of ethnic enumeration in Oceania, 1965-2014

    Kukutai, Tahu; Broman, Patrick (Sage, 2016)
    Numerous scholars have examined how governments in particular times and places have classified their populations by ethnicity, but studies that are both cross-national and longitudinal are rare. Using a unique database of ...
  • From mainstream to manaaki: Indigenising our approach to immigration

    Kukutai, Tahu; Rata, Arama (Bridget Williams Books, 2017)
    In recent years, discontent with migration and migrants in the wealthy global north has manifested in disturbing ways: cue Brexit, xenophobia, border paranoia, far-right nationalism and its bedfellow white supremacy. On ...
  • Here to stay: Reshaping the regions through mana Māori

    Simmonds, Naomi Beth; Kukutai, Tahu; Ryks, John (Massey University Press, 2016)
    Situated 65 kilometres south-east of Hamilton, Putāruru (population 3747 in the 2013 Census) is typical of the many farming service towns scattered across rural Aotearoa New Zealand. Bakeries, op shops, a sports bar and a ...
  • Indigenous Wellbeing and Colonisation [Editorial]

    Axelsson, Per; Kukutai, Tahu; Kippen, Rebecca (The Royal Skyttean Society and Umeå University, 2016)
    Among countries in the circumpolar north1 there are persistent and substantial differences in health and wellbeing. Norway, for example, was at the top of the global 2015 Human Development Index compiled by the United ...
  • ‘Inside Out’: The politics of enumerating the nation by ethnicity

    Kukutai, Tahu; Thompson, Victor (Springer Open, 2015)
    Since the 1990s, state practices of counting and classifying populations by ethnicity have come under increased scrutiny within the social sciences (Arel 2002 ; Kertzer and Arel 2002 ; Nobles 2000 ; Perlmann and Waters ...

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