Browsing by Author "Rata, Arama"

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  • Behind the label: Complexities of identifying Māori whānau in an away from home hospital transfer

    Masters-Awatere, Bridgette; Boulton, Amohia; Rata, Arama; Tangitu-Joseph, Makarita; Brown, Rachel; Cormack, Donna (New Zealand Psychological Society, 2017)
    This paper highlights two methodological issues that arose for a group of Māori researchers during the first few months of a Māori CoRE funded project. The issues were in relation to defining 1) the evolving construction ...
  • Family structure and change in early childhood and the wellbeing of tamariki Maori

    Kukutai, Tahu; Prickett, Kate; Atatoa-Carr, Polly; Rata, Arama (Population Association of New Zealand, 2020)
    Internationally there is growing evidence that family structure, and changes in structure, have an impact on children’s health and wellbeing and the intergenerational transmission of inequity. The effects, however, vary ...
  • 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 ...
  • The Hospital Transfers Project: Supporting whanau engagement during hospitalisations

    Masters-Awatere, Bridgette; Cormack, Donna; Brown, Rachel; Boulton, Amohia; Tangitu-Joseph, Makarita; Rata, Arama (Nga Pae o te Maramatanga, 2019)
    For Māori, as the Indigenous peoples of Aotearoa New Zealand, the care of those who are unwell has always been the concern of whānau (family) and community. Māori have established knowledge systems relating to health and ...
  • Understanding the context of hospital transfers and away-from-home hospitalisations for Māori

    Cormack, Donna; Masters-Awatere, Bridgette; Lee, Arier; Rata, Arama; Boulton, Amohia (2022-11-11)
    In Aotearoa New Zealand, people regularly travel away from their home to receive hospital care. While the role of whānau support for patients in hospital is critical for Māori, there is little information about away-from-home ...