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 Education

The National Women’s Hospital research scandal saw women being involved in medical research without their knowledge and without the opportunity to make a choice about their participation. The 1988 Cartwright Inquiry into this decades-long stud... read more

The Politicisation of Ethics Review in New Zealand
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Ever since the penitentiary became a mainstream corrections device two centuries ago, there has been a continuous search for something that 'works' in terms of reforming criminal offenders. In its correctional evolution New Zealand... read more

The Problem of Prisons: Corrections Reform in New Zealand Since 1840
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This book, written by two highly qualified New Zealand literacy researchers, is for students and other individuals with dyslexia and also for those working with them as tutors and in the workplace. The book cuts new ground in our... read more

Dyslexia Decoded: What it is, What it Isn't and What You Can Do About it
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Recovery-based support services are now fundamental in mental health service delivery. This book fills a gap, presenting applied knowledge and skills for supporting the recovery journey of peopl... read more

Supporting the Journey of Recovery in Mental Health: A Guide for Support Workers, Family/Whanau and Friends
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This book examines the depth and breadth of experience in community work practice in Aotearoa New Zealand with examples from practice from the Otago and Southland/Murihiku region. While the examples are drawn from this area, their ... read more

Community Development: Insights for Practice in Aotearoa New Zealand
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Category:

 NZ Society

Working with Families: Strengths-Based Approaches is written with both the student of social and community work and the practising social and community worker in mind. All aspects of social and community work are covered in this book that builds on a... read more

Working with Families: Strengths-Based Approaches
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This book offers students and professionals alike a reflexive exploration of the practical, emotional and spiritual components of social work practice. Examples from practitioners' experiences working with families and childr... read more

Walking in People’s Worlds: A practical and philosophical guide to social work
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This book explores the concept of well-being to support personal growth and development and also to assist with recovery from relational trauma. The model used to do this is an acronym ‘Sphere’ (Spiritual well-being,... read more

The Whole Sphere: Supporting well-being and recovery from relational trauma
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Have your say: Influencing public policy in New Zealand is a straightforward guide for New Zealanders who want to understand how the public policy process works and how they can engage in it. Few people realise that they have the power to in... read more

Have Your Say : Influencing public policy in New Zealand
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Category:

 Education

Aimed at high school and university students, but suitable for anyone who wants to improve their skills in critical thinking and agrument evaluation, "Reason in the Real World" is a short and practical introduction to reasoning. Designed for use either as a teach-yourself... read more

Reason in the Real World
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While "Ravaged Beauty" is about the environmental history of one North Island region, the impact of human settlement and accompanying development for improving human settlement conditions is typical of many New Zealand regions. This impact, gr... read more

Ravaged Beauty: An Environmental History of the Manawatu
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Category:

 Education

There is well-documented concern regarding the links between poverty and education; statistics demonstrate, over many decades, that the economically poorer the New Zealand child's family, the more likely it is the child will not reach her/his potential. The blame for such inequitable outcomes is vario... read more

Twelve Thousand Hours: Education and Poverty in Aotearoa New Zealand
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