Bibliography : Social Work Pertaining to Māori in New Zealand : Ngā Mahi Toko I Te Ora O Te Iwi Māori 1990-2017 (2017)
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Alternative TitleNgā Mahi Toko I Te Ora O Te Iwi Māori 1990-2017
Subject Librarians for the fields of Counselling, Human Services and Social Work are often asked for help with searching for literature related to social work with Māori clients and bicultural social work practice. This bibliography is an attempt to bring together research and literature of interest to social work professionals working with Māori in New Zealand.
CitationGilmour KL, Holzke J (2017). Bibliography : Social Work Pertaining to Māori in New Zealand: Ngā Mahi Toko I Te Ora O Te Iwi Māori 1990-2017.
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ANZSRC Fields of Research16 - Studies in Human Society::1607 - Social Work::160702 - Counselling, Welfare and Community Services
46 - Information and computing sciences::4610 - Library and information studies::461006 - Library studies
44 - Human society::4409 - Social work::440901 - Clinical social work practice
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Dünser, A.; Carter, J.; Dorahy, M.; Britt, E. (University of Canterbury. Human Interface Technology LaboratoryUniversity of Canterbury. PsychologyUniversity of Canterbury. School of Health Sciences, 2012)After major earthquakes, many people suffer from posttraumatic symptoms (PTS) as well as anxiety and distress about ongoing aftershocks. Traditional treatments such as in vivo or imaginal exposure may be of limited ap ...
Developing Local Partners in Emergency Planning and Management: Lyttleton Time Bank as a Builder and Mobiliser of Resources during the Canterbury Earthquakes Ozanne, J. L.; Ozanne, L. K. (University of Canterbury. Management, Marketing, and Entrepreneurship, 2013)This research examines a surprising partner in emergency management - a local community time bank. Specifically, we explain the role of the Lyttelton Time Bank in promoting community resiliency following the Canterbury ...
De-centring the autonomous subject: different beings and becomings emerging from place relations for trainee counsellors Barraclough, S.J. (University of Canterbury. School of Health Sciences, 2014)My aim in this presentation is to share some aspects of my own rhizomatic research journey, in a potentially rhizomatic presentation, that is ‘proceeding from the middle, coming and going, rather than (necessarily) starting ...