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Decolonizing Methodologies: Research and Indigenous Peoples
A second edition of Professor Linda Smith’s impressively well-received methodology text has now been published. Some 13 years before (in 1999), her first edition developed the concept of indigenous
Questioning Child Witnesses in New Zealand's Criminal Justice System: Is Cross-Examination Fair?
The way in which children are questioned in forensic contexts can impact on the accuracy of their responses. Past studies have shown that children were often questioned in the New Zealand courts in
practical capacity to actually challenge racism. Case studies of two English professional football clubs and the Sport Against Racism Ireland initiative address the cultural politics of anti-racist
The Internet in New Zealand 2013
The fifth World Internet Project New Zealand (WIPNZ) survey continues our biennial analysis of New Zealanders’ usage of, and attitudes towards, the internet. It follows on from the surveys undertaken
Social Indicators and Social Reporting in New Zealand, and the Potential Contribution of the Family Whanau and Wellbeing Project
Along with other Western countries, New Zealand began developing a social indicators programme during the 1970s, but this early period of progress was followed by a languishing of interest in their
The Internet: Social and demographic impacts in Aotearoa New Zealand
The World Internet Project focuses on the social impact of the Internet. This paper presents a summary of findings of the first World Internet Project survey to be undertaken in New Zealand. It
Patterns of perceived discrimination in New Zealand and their social contexts
The aim of this study is to identify patterns of discrimination and changes over time in New Zealand. This study is based on data gathered through the General Social Surveys conducted bi-yearly