Māori Migration: The Social Consequences
Nikora, L.W., Rua, M., Te Awekotuku, N. & Guerin, B. (2004). Māori Migration: The Social Consequences. Project summary: Migration Research Group, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.
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A team led by Bernard Guerin is looking at the family and community impacts from contemporary forms of migration in a 6-year project Strangers in Town: Enhancing Family and Community in a More Diverse New Zealand Society, funded by the Foundation for Research, Science and Technology. One large part of this research looks at Māori migration, headed by Linda Waimarie Nikora. Since the research on the 'urban drift' of the 1950s and 1960s, little has been done to research the effects of Māori migration. Our aim is to draw together the researchers and research results and to conduct our own research to fill in the gaps. We also work with others on the 6-year project who are looking at the population statistics of Māori migration, especially Trans-Tasman migrations.