Shiloh Groot
Shiloh Groot
Lecturer Social Psychology, University of Auckland
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A trip to the library: Homelessness and social inclusion
D Hodgetts, O Stolte, K Chamberlain, A Radley, L Nikora, E Nabalarua, ...
Social & Cultural Geography 9 (8), 933-953, 2008
The mobile hermit and the city: Considering links between places, objects, and identities in social psychological research on homelessness
DJ Hodgetts, O Stolte, K Chamberlain, A Radley, S Groot, LW Nikora
British Journal of Social Psychology 49 (2), 285-303, 2010
Urban poverty, structural violence and welfare provision for 100 families in Auckland
D Hodgetts, K Chamberlain, S Groot, Y Tankel
Urban Studies 51 (10), 2036-2051, 2014
‘Near and Far’ Social Distancing in Domiciled Characterisations of Homeless People
D Hodgetts, O Stolte, A Radley, C Leggatt-Cook, S Groot, K Chamberlain
Urban Studies 48 (8), 1739-11753, 2011
A Māori homeless woman
S Groot, D Hodgetts, L Waimarea Nikora, C Leggat-Cook
Ethnography 12 (3), 375-397, 2011
Drifting along or dropping into homelessness: A class analysis of responses to homelessness
D Hodgetts, O Stolte, L Waimarie Nikora, S Groot
Antipode 44 (4), 1209-1226, 2012
From means to occasion: Walking in the life of homeless people
A Radley, K Chamberlain, D Hodgetts, O Stolte, S Groot
Visual Studies 25 (1), 36-45, 2010
Towards a relationally and action‐orientated social psychology of homelessness
D Hodgetts, O Stolte, S Groot
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 8 (4), 156-164, 2014
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
Indigenous psychology in New Zealand
S Groot, J Le Grice, LW Nikora
Asia-Pacific perspectives on intercultural psychology, 198-217, 2018
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
Looking within and beyond the community: Lessons learned by researching, theorising and acting to address urban poverty and health
D Hodgetts, K Chamberlain, Y Tankel, S Groot
Journal of Health Psychology 19 (1), 97-102, 2014
Researching poverty to make a difference: The need for reciprocity and advocacy in community research
D Hodgetts, K Chamberlain, Y Tankel, SAM Groot
The Australian Psychological Society Ltd 25 (1), 46-59, 2013
The infamy of begging: A case-based approach to street homelessness and radical commerce
S Groot, D Hodgetts
Qualitative Research in Psychology 12 (4), 349-366, 2015
Homemaking on the streets and beyond
S Groot, D Hodgetts
Community, Work & Family 15 (3), 255-271, 2012
The precariat, everyday life and objects of despair
D Hodgetts, S Groot, E Garden
The social psychology of everyday politics, 183-198, 2016
Te Tapatoru: A model of whanaungatanga to support rangatahi wellbeing
L Hamley, J Le Grice, L Greaves, S Groot, C Lindsay Latimer, L Renfrew, ...
Kōtuitui: New Zealand Journal of Social Sciences Online 18 (2), 171-194, 2023
“You’re the One That Was on Uncle’s Wall!”: Identity, Whanaungatanga and Connection for Takatāpui (LGBTQ+ Māori)
L Hamley, S Groot, J Le Grice, A Gillon, L Greaves, M Manchi, T Clark
Genealogy 5 (2), 54, 2021
Tōku tūrangawaewae: Culture, identity, and belonging for Māori homeless people
SAM Groot, D Hodgetts, LW Nikora, M Rua
Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga, 2010
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
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