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  • Evaluation of the Whānau Ora Wellbeing Service of Te Whakaruruhau: Final report

    Robertson, Neville; Masters-Awatere, Bridgette; Lane, Catherine; Tapara, Ann; Corbett, Catherine; Graham, Rebekah; Gosche, Jessica; Jenkins, Ayla; King, Thea (University of Waikato, Māori and Psychology Research Unit, 2013-07-20)
    Domestic violence and child abuse represent significant threats to whānau ora. Conversely, the weakening or loss of whānau ties can increase the vulnerability of whānau members to domestic violence and child abuse. Thus ...
  • Dreaming Ourselves and Aspirations into Places of Higher Education

    Nikora, Linda Waimarie (2013)
    Dreams and aspirations are at the core of what higher education is about. Students and scholars alike, the world over, are engaged in the realization of dreams that bring forth new opportunities, new ways of seeing and ...
  • Ngōku whakaaro – hei maumaharatanga. Maori women facial adornment: A mark of remembrance

    Nikora, Linda Waimarie; White, Hera (2008)
    To honour the life and memory of the late Te Arikinui Te Atairangikaahu, and the elevation of her son King Tuheitia, a group of women from Tainui iwi under took the process of taking moko kauae - of colouring their chins ...
  • Home and the spirit in the Maori world

    Nikora, Linda Waimarie; Te Awekotuku, Ngahuia; Tamanui, Virginia (2013)
    Today we explore home as a place of spiritual belonging and continuity and how tangi relies on the genealogical connectedness of ancestral and living communities to care for the tūpāpaku, the human remains, and wairua, the ...
  • Waikirikiri Marae: Shared experiences of the wharemate

    Rua, Hare; Rua, Mohi; Te Awekotuku, Ngahuia; Nikora, Linda Waimarie (Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga, 2010)
    In Te Urewera, wharemate (shelters in which the deceased receive their final farewells) have traditionally been temporary structures. In the 1980s, a new practice was introduced in the Ruātoki valley with the erection of ...
  • Book review: Representations of global poverty: Aid, development and international NGOs.

    Hodgetts, Darrin (The Australian Psychological Society Ltd, 2013)
    This article reviews the book: “Representations of global poverty: Aid, development and international NGOs” by N. Dogra.
  • Editorial: Special Issue: Ignored no longer: Emerging Indigenous researchers on Indigenous psychologies

    Groot, Shiloh Ann Maree; Rua, Mohi; Dudgeon, Pat; Garvey, Darren (The Australian Psychological Society Ltd, 2012)
    In this special issue, edited by Mohi, Bridgette, Shiloh, Pat and Darren, we showcase work conducted within several such Indigenous psychologies. This collection of papers from emerging Indigenous scholars reflect a vibrant, ...
  • Exploring the nature of intimate relationships: A Māori perspective

    King, Pita; Young-Hauser, Amanda; Li, Wendy; Rua, Mohi; Nikora, Linda Waimarie (The Australian Psychological Society Ltd, 2012)
    The 2002 World Report on Violence states that violence occurs in about 70 percent of intimate relationships (Krug, Dahlberg, Mercy, Zwi, & Lozano, 2002). New Zealand research indicates that more than a quarter of relationships ...
  • A humanistic approach to addressing the needs of Maori homeless people with mental health concerns

    Johnson, Diana; Hodgetts, Darrin; Nikora, Linda Waimarie (Sage, 2013)
    Homelessness is a human tragedy that is often associated with mental illness. Maori people are overrepresented in the homeless population and among people experiencing mental illness in New Zealand. Little is known about ...
  • Street health: Practitioner service provision for Maori homeless people in Auckland

    Nikora, Linda Waimarie; Hodgetts, Darrin; Groot, Shiloh Ann Maree; Stolte, Ottilie Emma Elisabeth; Chamberlain, Kerry (2012-09)
    Drawing insights from interviews with Maori homeless people, health professionals, and relevant local and international literatures, this chapter focuses on the provision of medical care to homeless people. In particular, ...
  • Drifting along or dropping into homelessness: A class analysis of responses to homelessness

    Hodgetts, Darrin; Stolte, Ottilie Emma Elisabeth; Nikora, Linda Waimarie; Groot, Shiloh Ann Maree (Wiley, 2012)
    Prominent assumptions about street homelessness and how it should be addressed originate primarily from middle class domiciled worldviews. This article draws on interviews with 58 street homeless people to develop a typology ...
  • Tūhoe on the move: Regional mobility

    Guerin, Pauline; Nikora, Linda Waimarie; Rua, Mohi (Population Association of New Zealand, 2006)
    Academic interest in geographic mobility of indigenous peoples has increased in recent years with a corresponding growth in the literature relating to Māori mobility more specifically. With this greater acknowledgement of ...
  • Māori & Psychology Research Unit annual report 2011

    Rua, Mohi; Nikora, Linda Waimarie (Māori & Psychology Research Unit, University of Waikato, 2012)
    Annual report of the Māori and Psychology Research Unit (MPRU) 2011. The unit was established in August of 1997. The unit is designed to provide a catalyst and support network for enhancing research concerning the psychological ...
  • Māori, Tongan and Chinese households: Medications and elder care

    Nikora, Linda Waimarie; Hodgetts, Darrin; Carlson, Teah; Tongi, Lolohea; Wen Li, Wendy (Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga, 2010)
    Research reveals that medicines are frequently not taken as intended, stockpiled for future use, discontinued when symptoms fade or passed to others. Medications are material objects with therapeutic uses that enter into ...
  • Dying to research: An autoethnographic exploration of researching Māori and whānau experiences of end-of-life care

    Moeke-Maxwell, Tess; Nikora, Linda Waimarie; Te Awekotuku, Ngahuia (Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga, 2010)
    The authors critically reflect on the autoethnographic process involved in navigating a smooth pathway towards investigating dying, death and bereavement for Māori whānau (families) in a way that supports and gives voice ...
  • What Does it Mean to be a Man Today?: Bloke Culture and the Media

    Hodgetts, Darrin; Rua, Mohi (Springer, 2010)
    Psychologists have paid scant attention to the positive relationships and community contributions of working class men who are not in trouble, and have focused instead on men who are ‘in trouble.’ In addressing this ...
  • Māori and medications: What happens when the pills go home?

    Nikora, Linda Waimarie; Hodgetts, Darrin; Carlson, Teah; Rua, Mohi (Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga: New Zealand’s National Institute of Research Excellence in Māori Advancement and Development, 2011)
    Chronic illnesses are a feature of many Māori homescapes. These illnesses are often managed at home through the use of health technologies, particularly medications. This article explores the meanings given to medications ...
  • Māori men and the indirect procurement and sharing of prescription medications

    Hodgetts, Darrin; Nikora, Linda Waimarie; Rua, Mohi (Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga: New Zealand’s National Institute of Research Excellence in Māori Advancement and Development, 2011)
    Māori men have higher rates of many diseases and lower life expectancy than other population groups in New Zealand. The general consensus is that these health inequalities are due to the inequitable distribution of the ...
  • Tōku tūrangawaewae: Culture, identity, and belonging for Māori homeless people

    Groot, Shiloh Ann Maree; Hodgetts, Darrin; Nikora, Linda Waimarie; Rua, Mohi (Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga, 2010)
    To be Māori is to have a tūrangawaewae (a place of strength and belonging, a place to stand). If so, is it conceivable that Māori are homeless in our own homeland? This presentation focuses on the experiences of two Māori ...
  • Dual cultural identity and tangihanga: Conflict, resolution and unexpected outcomes

    Edge, Kiri; Nikora, Linda Waimarie (Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga, 2010)
    New Zealand has a significant number of dual-cultural whānau (families) which incorporate the identities of both Pākehā (New Zealander of European descent) and Māori (indigenous peoples of New Zealand). Little attention ...