Nbr. 25, July 2005
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- "Trust me, I'm from the government": the complex relationship between trust in government and quality of governance.
- What do we mean by "happiness"? The relevance of subjective wellbeing to social policy.
- A differential response model for child protection in New Zealand: supporting more timely and effective responses to notifications.
- YouthGrow: developing community with youth through employment.
- Clutter in indigenous knowledge, research and history: a Samoan perspective.
- Implementing the primary health care strategy: a Maori health provider perspective.
- Collaborative research with Maori on sensitive issues: the application of tikanga and kaupapa in research on Maori sudden infant death syndrome.
- Women officers working in men's prisons.
- What works to reduce alcohol-related harm and why aren't the policies more popular?
- Characteristics of amphetamine-type stimulant (ATS) use in New Zealand: informing policy responses.
- IAOS Satellite Meeting "Measuring Small and Indigenous Populations".
- Workshop on probabilistic projection and micro-simulation methodologies for demographic, family and related issues.
- Social Policy in Aotearoa New Zealand: A Critical Introduction (3rd Edition) by Christine Cheyne, Mike O'Brien And Michael Belgrave.