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'O le Toe Ulutaia : a bibliography of Pasifika and psychology research Jesse Fia' Ali'i, Sam Manuela, Jade Le Grice, Shiloh Groot and Julia Hyde

By: Fia' Ali'i, Jesee.
Contributor(s): Manuela, Sam | Le Grice, Jade | Groot, Shiloh | Hyde, Julia.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Auckland, New Zealand : University of Auckland, 2017Description: electronic document (180 pages) ; PDF file.ISBN: 978-0-473-39589-6.Subject(s): BIBLIOGRAPHY | CHILD ABUSE | CHILDREN | CULTURE | DOMESTIC VIOLENCE | FAMILY VIOLENCE | HEALTH | INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE | MENTAL HEALTH | MIGRANTS | OLDER PEOPLE | PACIFIC PEOPLES | PARENTING | PASIFIKA | PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS | SEXUAL VIOLENCE | SEXUALITY | YOUNG PEOPLE | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: Click here to access online Summary: Developing this resource presented a significant opportunity to re-imagine, report and conceptualise, theorise, and represent Pasifika psychological research in a holistic form. Inspired by He Kohikohinga Rangahau (Hollis, Cooper, Braun & Pomare, 2010), ‘O le Toe Ulutaia is a celebration of Pasifika and Psychological research which have been conducted to date. The articles date back to the 1960’s when Pasifika-led materials were first being produced. ‘O le Toe Ulutaia holds close to 60 years worth of research, with exponential increases in the publication of new materials with each passing decade. (From the Introduction). Record #6350
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Developing this resource presented a significant opportunity to re-imagine, report and conceptualise, theorise, and represent Pasifika psychological research in a holistic form. Inspired by He Kohikohinga Rangahau (Hollis, Cooper, Braun & Pomare, 2010), ‘O le Toe
Ulutaia is a celebration of Pasifika and Psychological research which have been conducted to date. The articles date back to the 1960’s when Pasifika-led materials were first being
produced. ‘O le Toe Ulutaia holds close to 60 years worth of research, with exponential increases in the publication of new materials with each passing decade. (From the Introduction). Record #6350