Māori experiences of multiple forms of discrimination: findings from Te Kupenga 2013

@article{Cormack2020MoriEO,
  title={Māori experiences of multiple forms of discrimination: findings from Te Kupenga 2013},
  author={D. Cormack and R. Harris and J. Stanley},
  journal={Kōtuitui: New Zealand Journal of Social Sciences Online},
  year={2020},
  volume={15},
  pages={106 - 122}
}
ABSTRACT Comprehensive exploration of Māori experiences of discrimination in Aotearoa New Zealand remains limited, particularly in relation to exposure to multiple and interlocking forms of discrimination. This paper presents findings from a secondary analysis of Te Kupenga 2013, the first Māori Social Survey, examining patterning and prevalence of different forms of discrimination for Māori (n = 5,549). Māori report experiencing multiple forms of discrimination, both over their lifetimes and… Expand
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