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Kia hiwa rā! The influence of tikanga and the language revitalisation agenda on the practices and perspectives of Māori journalists working in reo-Māori news. School of Communication Studies, AUT. PhD, 359.(2020).
The Politics of Toheroa Soup: A Pūkōrero About Whānau and Me. Ata: Journal of Psychotherapy Aotearoa New Zealand. 23(2), 122.(2020).
Tūhono Māori: A Research Study of Attachment from an Indigenous Māori Perspective. Ata: Journal of Psychotherapy Aotearoa New Zealand. 23(2), 76.(2020).
Tūhono Māori: Promoting Secure Attachments for Indigenous Māori Children. A Conceptual Paper. Ata: Journal of Psychotherapy Aotearoa New Zealand. 23(2), 59.(2020).
Aroha and Manaakitanga—That’s What It Is About: Indigenous Women,“Love,” and Interpersonal Violence..(2019).
Creating a groundswell for change: Integrating religion, spirituality and Indigenous responses in psychotherapy. Psychotherapy and Politics International. 17(2),(2019).
Reflecting and learning: A grounded theory on reframing deficit views of young indigenous women and safety.. health Care for Women International.(2019).
Understanding barriers for Maori and Pacific men to get help from childhood sexual violent experiences. National domestic and sexual violence conference.(2019).
Colonial law, Dominant discourses and historical trauma. Palgrave handbook of Australia and New Zealand criminology: Crime and Justice. 1, 697-710.(2018).
Committee on the Covenant on Economic Social and Cultural Rights Shadow Report: Aotearoa New Zealand..(2018).
Evaluation of a traditional Māori harvesting method for sampling kōura (freshwater crayfish, Paranephrops planifrons) and toi toi (bully, Gobiomorphus spp.) populations in two New Zealand streams. (Hicks, B.. J., Quinn J.. M., & Perry W.. L., Ed.).New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research.(2018).
Māori - Settler Relations in New Plymouth before the Taranaki Wars or 1860 . Tutu Te Puehu ,Fighting for Land.(2018).
Nutrient Regulation effect on the value of farmland in New Zealand. (Percy, E., Ed.).under submission.(2018).
Tirohanga Taiohi: Taiohi perspectives on gambling among whānau, hapu, iwi and urban Māori communities. Faculty of Environmental Health Sciences. DHSc,(2018).
The Ake Ake Model - Forever and Ever. Te reo o te repo: The voice of the wetland. Connections, understandings and learnings for the restoration of our wetlands.(2017).
Are Quality Control/Assurance Procedures Needed For Bioretention Treatment Devices?. New Zealand Stormwater Conference.(2017).
Constructing research from an indigenous Kaupapa Māori perspective: An example of decolonising research. Psychotherapy and Politics International. 15(3),(2017).
Forestry treaty claims in Aotearoa-New Zealand: bicultural significance and socio-economic impact. Pacific Rim Property Research Journal. 23(1),(2017).
Impacts of willow and willow control on zooplankton. Te reo o te repo: The voice of the wetland. Connections, understandings and learnings for the restoration of our wetlands.(2017).
Innovative Stormwater Treatment Asset Conversion At Auckland Motorways. New Zealand Stormwater Conference.(2017).
Just Add Mauri: Water-sensitive Design Meets Tikanga Māori. New Zealand Local Government. 55, 30-31.(2017).