Nbr. 23, December 2004
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- Understanding and altering the longitudinal course of intimate partnerships.
- Parenting through family transitions.
- Building better contexts for partnership and sustainable local collaboration: a review of core issues, with lessons from the "Waitakere way".
- Research strategies for policy relevance.
- The problem of defining an ethnic group for public policy: who is Maori and why does it matter?
- Ethnicity measures, intermarriage and social policy.
- A research ethic for studying Maori and iwi provider success.
- The SIDS care-workers study: perceptions of the experience of Maori SIDS families.
- Oranga kaumatua: perceptions of health in older Maori people.
- Aftermath: using research to understand the social and economic consequences of workplace injury and illness.
- Discipline or punishment: a conference review.
- Promoting Resilient Development in Children Receiving Care Conference.
- Matauranga tuku iho tikanga rangahau: traditional knowledge and research ethics conference.
- Review of the New Zealand macroeconomy.
- New Zealand Conference on Pay and Employment Equity for Women.