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Dr Mohi Rua
Dr Mohi Rua
Senior Lecturer, Maori & Psychology Research Unit, School of Psychology, University of Waikato
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Participatory action research
F Cornish, N Breton, U Moreno-Tabarez, J Delgado, M Rua, ...
Nature Reviews Methods Primers 3 (1), 34, 2023
1222023
Mau moko: The world of Māori tattoo
N Te Awekotuku, LW Nikora, M Rua, R Karapu, B Nunes
(No Title), 2007
1132007
Renewal and resistance: Moko in contemporary New Zealand
LW Nikora, M Rua, N Te Awekotuku
Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology 17 (6), 477-489, 2007
612007
Māori men: An indigenous psychological perspective on the interconnected self
M Rua, D Hodgetts, OEE Stolte
New Zealand Psychological Society 46 (3), 55-63, 2017
552017
Older men gardening on the marae: Everyday practices for being Māori
P King, D Hodgetts, M Rua, TT Whetu
AlterNative: An International Journal of Indigenous Peoples 11 (1), 14-28, 2015
532015
Indigenous Homelessness: Perspectives from Canada, Australia, and New Zealand
P Andrew, T Aubry, Y Belanger, C Bird, C Birdsall-Jones, MM Bonnycastle, ...
Univ. of Manitoba Press, 2016
452016
Disrupting being on an industrial scale: Towards a theorization of Māori ways-of-being
P King, D Hodgetts, M Rua, M Morgan
Theory & Psychology 27 (6), 725-740, 2017
442017
Moving away from home: Some social consequences for Tūhoe migrating to the Waikato
LW Nikora, B Guerin, M Rua, N Te Awekotuku
Population Association of New Zealand 30 (1&2), 95-112, 2004
432004
What does it mean to be a man today?: Bloke culture and the media
D Hodgetts, M Rua
American Journal of Community Psychology 45, 155-168, 2010
402010
Relational ethics meets principled practice in community research engagements to understand and address homelessness
D Hodgetts, M Rua, S Groot, V Hopner, N Drew, P King, D Blake
Journal of Community Psychology 50 (4), 1980-1992, 2022
382022
The ordinary in the extra ordinary: Everyday living textured by homelessness
D Hodgetts, M Rua, P King, T Te Whetu
Psychology and the conduct of everyday life, 124-144, 2015
372015
How Māori precariate families navigate social services
D King, M Rua, D Hodgetts
Massey University Press, 2017
262017
Māori men's positive and interconnected sense of self, being and place
M Rua
University of Waikato, 2015
262015
Tōku tūrangawaewae: Culture, identity, and belonging for Māori homeless people
SAM Groot, D Hodgetts, LW Nikora, M Rua
Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga, 2010
252010
Māori men and the indirect procurement and sharing of prescription medications
D Hodgetts, LW Nikora, M Rua
AlterNative: An International Journal of Indigenous Peoples 7 (2), 152-162, 2011
242011
Decoloniality in being Māori and community psychologists: Advancing an evolving and culturally-situated approach
M Rua, S Groot, D Hodgetts, LW Nikora, B Masters-Awatere, P King, ...
Decoloniality and epistemic justice in contemporary community psychology …, 2021
222021
When the marae moves into the city: Being Māori in urban Palmerston North
P King, D Hodgetts, M Rua, M Morgan
City & Community 17 (4), 1189-1208, 2018
222018
Media and community anxieties about men's interactions with children
D Hodgetts, M Rua
Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology 18 (6), 527-542, 2008
222008
A statistical portrait of the New Zealand precariat
W Cochrane, T Stubbs, M Rua, D Hodgetts
Massey University Press, 2017
182017
Special Issue: Ignored no longer: Emerging Indigenous researchers on Indigenous psychologies
SAM Groot, M Rua, P Dudgeon, D Garvey
The Australian Psychological Society Ltd 24 (1), 5-10, 2012
18*2012
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