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Young Pacific people’s understandings of family violence Malatest International

Contributor(s): Malatest International.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Wellington, New Zealand : Ministry of Social Development, 2021Description: electronic document (74 pages) ; PDF file.ISBN: 978-1-99-002305-7.Subject(s): ADOLESCENTS | CHILD ABUSE | CHILDREN'S VOICES | DOMESTIC VIOLENCE | FAMILY VIOLENCE | INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE | PACIFIC PEOPLES | PARENTING | PASIFIKA | PREVENTION | YOUNG PEOPLE | NEW ZEALANCOnline resources: Click here to access online | Access the website Summary: Background: In June 2019 MSD commissioned Malatest International (Malatest) to conduct explorative qualitative research with young Pacific people to: Broaden understanding about young Pacific people’s identity and worldview(s); Explore how these understandings influence young Pacific people’s perceptions of healthy family relationships and family violence. Method: Ten ethnic-specific focus groups and strengths-based talanoa (conversations) were conducted with young Pacific people. 71 young Pacific people participated in the focus groups. Of these, 23 participants identified with mixed ethnicities. Participants were aged between 12 and 24 years, and either in school or tertiary education. Some were also employed. Ethics approval was granted by the MSD ethics panel on 16 August 2019. Data collection took place between 24th August and 27th September 2019. (From the Executive summary). Record #7021
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Published February 2021

Background: In June 2019 MSD commissioned Malatest International (Malatest) to conduct explorative qualitative research with young Pacific people to: Broaden understanding about young Pacific people’s identity and worldview(s); Explore how these understandings influence young Pacific people’s perceptions of healthy family relationships and family violence. Method: Ten ethnic-specific focus groups and strengths-based talanoa (conversations) were conducted with young Pacific people. 71 young Pacific people participated in the focus groups. Of these, 23 participants identified with mixed ethnicities. Participants were aged between 12 and 24 years, and either in school or tertiary education. Some were also employed. Ethics approval was granted by the MSD ethics panel on 16 August 2019. Data collection took place between 24th August and 27th September 2019. (From the Executive summary). Record #7021

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