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Publications

Latest Publications Available for Download

Social and Economic Impacts of Housing Tenure
A report for the New Zealand Housing Foundation.

By Charles Waldegrave and Michaela Urbanova
Click here to download a pdf copy of the report


Relational Resilience in Maori, Pacific, and European
Sole Parent Families:
From Theory and Research to Social Policy
A peer reviewed paper by
Charles Waldegrave, Peter King,
Maria Maniapoto, Taimalieutu Kiwi Tamasese,
Tafaoimalo Loudeen Parsons, and Gini Sullivan.
Published in "Family Process"

Click here to download a pdf copy of the paper

Measuring Elder Abuse in New Zealand: Findings from the New Zealand Longitudinal Study of Ageing (NZLSA)
A Technical report for the Office for Senior Citizens within the Ministry of Social Development.

By Charles Waldegrave
Click here to download a pdf copy of the report


A summary of the report is available from the Office for Senior Citizens on the MSD website

Old and Poor or Old and Cared for? Some policy reflections on data from the first two waves of NZLSA
A publication by the Charles Waldegrave of the Family Centre Social Policy Research Unit for the Policy Quarterly, Special Issue: Ageing Population
Click here to view the Policy Quarterly Publication.

Trauma, livelihoods and resilience in post-tsunami Samoa: A review for the New Zealand Aid Programme
A Report by the Family Centre Social Policy Research Unit for the New Zealand Aid Programme

Taimalieutu Kiwi Tamasese, Tafaoimalo Loudeen Parsons, Charles Waldegrave & Anna Thompson
Click here to download a pdf copy of the report (1.5MB)

Report of an investigation into defining a living wage for New Zealand.
A Report by the Family Centre Social Policy Research Unit for the Living Wage Campaign Aotearoa

Charles Waldegrave & Peter King
Click here to download a pdf copy of the report (1.5MB)

Research to Identify the Impacts and Opportunities for Māori from Recent Changes to Social Housing Provision.
A Report by the Family Centre Social Policy Research Unit for Te Puni Kokiri

Charles Waldegrave, Anna Thompson & Catherine Love
Click here to download a pdf copy of the report (1.5MB)

Socio-cultural Factors Associated with Food Security and Physical Activity for Māori and Pacific People in Aotearoa New Zealand:
A Report by the Family Centre Social Policy Research Unit for the New Zealand Ministry of Health and the Health Research Council of New Zealand
Peter King, Maria Maniapoto, Taimalieutu Kiwi Tamasese, Tafaoimalo Loudeen Parsons & Charles Waldegrave
Click here to link to Ministry of Health publication listing.
 

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Enhancing Wellbeing in an Ageing Society: 65 - 84 year old New Zealanders in 2007
Peggy Koopman-Boyden & Charles Waldegrave (Eds)

The first large publication of the EWAS research programme is a study of a national random sample of 1,680 older New Zealanders living independently or semi-independently.  It was carried out jointly by the Family Centre Social Policy Research Centre, Lower Hutt, Wellington and the Population Studies Centre, University of Waikato, Hamilton.  It addresses a full range of social, economic and cultural domains in its assessment of quality of life.   The authors are: Ben Amey, Michael Cameron, Peter King, Peggy Koopman-Boyden, Ian Pool, Suzan van der Pas and Charles Waldegrave
Click here to download a copy (pdf, 3.8MB)

YoungMinds

Healthy Familes, Young Minds and Developing Brains
A summary of research developments in cognitive and neurodevelopment in young children,
by Charles and Kasia Waldegrave, published by the Families Commission
Click here to download a copy (pdf, 748kb)

Papers followed by the Acrobat icon are able to be downloaded. We are working to make most of our publications available for download.

The publications are put out in two groups

Please note that some publications are in both categories, as they are relevant to both.

FCSPRU Publications

Waldegrave, C. and Urbanova, M. (2017). Social and Economic Impacts of Housing Tenure. Auckland: New Zealand Housing Foundation

Waldegrave, C., King, P., Maniapoto, M., Tamasese, T., Parsons, T., and Sullivan, G. (2016). Relational Resilience in Māori, Pacific, and European Sole Parent Families: From Theory and Research to Social Policy. Family Process, 55(4), 673-688

Waldegrave, C. (2015) Measuring Elder Abuse in New Zealand: Findings from the New Zealand Longitudinal Study of Ageing (NZLSA). A Technical report for the Office for Senior Citizens within the Ministry of Social Development. Wellington: Ministry of social Development.Symbol for Adobe PDF file View pdf file

Waldegrave, C. & King, P. (2015) Overall Synthesis Combined Summary Report for the Wairarapa Social Sector Trial (SST): Snapshots and Mapping. A report prepared for the Wairarapa Social Sector Trial Advisory Group. Wellington: Family Centre Social Policy Research Unit. Symbol for Adobe PDF file View pdf file

King, P. & Waldegrave, C. (2015) Analysis of Data for Young People in the Wairarapa Social Sector Trial (SST) for Snapshots and Mapping: Recent data on truancy, offending, drug and alcohol abuse, risky sexual behaviour and participation in education, training and employment. A report prepared for the Wairarapa Social Sector Trial Advisory Group. Wellington: Family Centre Social Policy Research Unit. Symbol for Adobe PDF file View pdf file

Waldegrave, C. & King, P. (2015) Report of Survey Interviews held with Representatives of Service and Educational Organisations for the Wairarapa Social Sector Trial (SST) Snapshots and Mapping. A report prepared for the Wairarapa Social Sector Trial Advisory Group. Wellington: Family Centre Social Policy Research Unit. Symbol for Adobe PDF file View pdf file

Waldegrave, C. & King, P. (2015) Report of Survey Interviews and Focus Groups held with Young People for the Wairarapa Social Sector Trial (SST) Snapshots and Mapping. A report prepared for the Wairarapa Social Sector Trial Advisory Group. Wellington: Family Centre Social Policy Research Unit.Symbol for Adobe PDF file View pdf file

Tamasese, T. K., Parsons, T. L. and Waldegrave, C.T. (2014) Pacific Perspectives on Ageing in New Zealand: Pacific-focussed Qualitative Research. Prepared for the New Zealand Longitudinal Study of Ageing (NZLSA), Wellington: Family Centre. Symbol for Adobe PDF file View pdf file

Waldegrave, C. (2014). Old and poor or old and cared for? Some policy reflections on data from the first two waves of NZLSA. Policy Quarterly, 10 (3), 6065.Symbol for Adobe PDF file View pdf file

Tamasese, T. K., Parsons, T. L., Waldegrave, C., & Thompson, A. (2014). Trauma, Livelihoods and Resilience in Post-tsunami Samoa: A Review for the New Zealand Aid Programme. Wellington: Family Centre. Symbol for Adobe PDF file View pdf file

Waldegrave, C., Thompson, A., & Love, C. (2013). Research to Identify the Impacts and Opportunities for Māori from Recent Changes to Social Housing Provision. A Report for Te Puni Kokiri. Wellington: Family Centre Social Policy Research Unit.Symbol for Adobe PDF file View pdf file

King, P. & Waldegrave, C., (2014).Living Wage Aotearoa New Zealand Update. Wellington: The Living Wage Aotearoa, New Zealand.Symbol for Adobe PDF file View pdf file

King, P. & Waldegrave, C., (2013).Report of an investigation into defining a living wage for New Zealand. Wellington: The Living Wage Aotearoa, New Zealand.Symbol for Adobe PDF file View pdf file

Waldegrave, C., King, P. and Rowe, E. (2012) Aucklanders 50 and Over: A health, economic and demographic summary analysis of the life experiences of older Aucklanders. Report prepared for the Auckland Council, Research, Investigations and Monitoring Unit. Auckland: Auckland Council

Waldegrave, C. (2012) "Developing a 'Just Therapy': Context and the Ascription of Meaning", in A. Lock and T. Strong (Eds) Discursive Perspectives in Therapeutic Practice. Oxford University Press.

Waldegrave, C., King, P., Maniapoto, M., Tamasese, T K, Parsons, T L. & Sullivan, G. (2011) Resilience in Sole Parent Families: A Qualitative Study of Relational Resilience in Maori, Pacific and Pakeha Sole Parent Families. A Report by the Family Centre Social Policy Research Unit for the Foundation for Research, Science and Technology funded Resilience in Vulnerable Sole Parent Families Research Programme. Symbol for Adobe PDF file View pdf file

Tamasese, T.K., Parsons, T.L., Waldegrave, C., & King, P. (2011) A Qualitative Investigation into Pacific Communities and Organisations Social and Economic Contribution to Pacific Migrant Settlement Outcomes in New Zealand. A Report by the Family Centre Pacific Section and the Family Centre Social Policy Research Unit for the Ministry of Pacific Island Affairs.

Waldegrave, C. and Cameron, M. (2010) "The Impact of Poverty on Wellbeing during Midlife". New Zealand Journal of Psychology, Vol. 39(2):pp32-40

King, P., Maniapoto, M., Tamasese, T. K., Parsons, T. L., and Waldegrave, C. (2010) "Socio-cultural Factors Associated with Food Security and Physical Activity for Māori and Pacific People in Aotearoa New Zealand: A Report by the Family Centre Social Policy Research Unit for the New Zealand Ministry of Health and the Health Research Council of New Zealand".  Lower Hutt: The Family Centre Social Policy Research Unit. Symbol for Adobe PDF file View pdf file

Waldegrave, C. & Koopman-Boyden, P. (Eds) (2010) "Midlife New Zealanders Aged 40-64 in 2008: Enhancing Wellbeing in an Ageing Society" EWAS Monograph Two. Population Studies Centre, University of Waikato and Family Centre Social Policy Research Unit, Lower Hutt, Wellington. Symbol for Adobe PDF fileView pdf file

King, P. (2010) “Chapter 9: Safety.” In Midlife New Zealanders aged 45 to 64 Year in 2008 Enhancing Wellbeing in an Ageing Society, Eds., Waldegrave, C and Koopman-Boyden, P. Hamilton and Lower Hutt: Population Studies Centre University of Waikato and Family Centre Social Policy Research Unit. Symbol for Adobe PDF fileView pdf file

King, P. (2010) “Chapter 6: Rights and Entitlements.” In Midlife New Zealanders aged 45 to 64 Year in 2008 Enhancing Wellbeing in an Ageing Society, Eds., Waldegrave, C and Koopman-Boyden, P. Hamilton and Lower Hutt: Population Studies Centre, University of Waikato and Family Centre Social Policy Research Unit. Symbol for Adobe PDF fileView pdf file

Waldegrave. C; Koopman-Boyden, P and King, P. (2010) “Introduction.” In Midlife New Zealanders aged 45 to 64 Year in 2008 Enhancing Wellbeing in an Ageing Society, Eds., Waldegrave, C and Koopman-Boyden, P. Hamilton and Lower Hutt: Population Studies Centre, University of Waikato and Family Centre Social Policy Research Unit. Symbol for Adobe PDF fileView pdf file

Tamasese, K, Parsons, L, Sullivan, G & Waldegrave, C. (2010) "A Qualitative Study into Pacific Perspectives of Cultural Obligations and Volunteering". Family Centre Social Policy Research Unit, Lower Hutt, Wellington. Symbol for Adobe PDF file View Main report pdf file View Appendix of photos

Koopman-Boyden, P and Waldegrave, C (Eds) (2009) "Enhancing Wellbeing in an Ageing Society: 65 - 84 year old New Zealanders in 2007" EWAS Monograph One. Family Centre Social Policy Research Unit and Population Studies Centre, University of Waikato. Symbol for Adobe PDF file View pdf file

King, P. (2009) “Chapter 11: Safety.” In Enhancing Wellbeing in an Ageing Society: 65 to 84 Year Old New Zealanders in 2007, Eds., Koopman-Boyden, P and Waldegrave, C. Hamilton and Lower Hutt: Population Studies Centre University of Waikato and Family Centre Social Policy Research Unit. Symbol for Adobe PDF file View pdf file

King, P. (2009) “Chapter 8: Rights and Entitlements.” In Enhancing Wellbeing in an Ageing Society: 65 to 84 Year Old New Zealanders in 2007, Eds., Koopman-Boyden, P and Waldegrave, C. Hamilton and Lower Hutt: Population Studies Centre, University of Waikato and Family Centre Social Policy Research Unit.Symbol for Adobe PDF file View pdf file

King, P. and Waldegrave, C. (2009) “Chapter 2: Theoretical Background.” In Enhancing Wellbeing in an Ageing Society: 65 to 84 Year Old New Zealanders in 2007, Eds., Koopman-Boyden, P and Waldegrave, C. Hamilton and Lower Hutt: Population Studies Centre, University of Waikato and Family Centre Social Policy Research Unit.Symbol for Adobe PDF file View pdf file

Waldegrave, C (2009) “Cultural, Gender and Socio-economic Contexts in Therapeutic and Social Policy Work” Family Process, vol.48(1). New York. Symbol for Adobe PDF file View pdf file

Waldegrave, C and Waldegrave, K (2009) "Healthy Families, Young Minds and Developing Brains:Enabling All Children to Reach their Potentia", Families Commission Research Report No. 2/09 Wellington: Families Commisssion. Symbol for Adobe PDF file View pdf file

Rowe, E. and Waldegrave, C. (2008) "Studies of Ageing and Wellbeing: A Literature Review". EWAS Working Paper Series: Working Paper No. 10. The Family Centre Social Policy Research Unit and the University of Waikato Population Studies Centre. Symbol for Adobe PDF file View pdf file

Waldegrave, C. (2007) "Reflections on the Implications of Indigenous Notions of Peace and Conflict Resoltuion for the Church and Political Society" in T.T. Tamasese, T.M. Suaalii-Sauni, B. Martin, M. Henare, J.P. Te Paa and T.K. Tamasese (Eds) Pacific Indigenous dislogue on Faith, Peace, Justice and Good Governance. Apia, Samoa: University of the South Pacific.

King, P. (2007) “The Concept of Wellbeing and its Application in a Study of Ageing in Aotearoa New Zealand” EWAS Working Paper 8.  The Family Centre Social Policy Research Unit and Population Studies Centre, University of Waikato. http://www.ewas.net.nz/Publications/filesEWAS/Conceptualising%20wellbeing.pdf

Waldegrave, C (2006) “Cultural, Gender and Socio-economic Contexts in Therapeutic and Social Policy Work” Proceedings of the National Family and Parenting Institute ‘Parent Child Conference 2006, London, United Kingdom. Link to paper

Waldegrave, C, King, P, Walker, T, Fitzgerald, E. (2006) “Māori Housing Experiences: Emerging Trends and Issues”  Wellington: Centre for Housing Research Aotearoa New Zealand Symbol for Adobe PDF fileView pdf file

Waldegrave, C. (2006) “Stakeholder Consultations in Ageing Research.”  EWAS Working Paper Series: Working Paper No. 7. /The Family Centre Social Policy Research Unit and The University of Waikato Population Studies Centre. View document.

Waldegrave C, (2006) “Contrasting National Jurisdictional and Welfare Responses to Violence to Children”, Social Policy Journal of New Zealand, 27, (March). Symbol for Adobe PDF fileView pdf file (165 kb)

Salmond C, Crampton P, King P and Waldegrave C (2006) “NZiDep: A New Zealand Index of Socioeconomic Deprivation for Individuals” Social Science and Medicine, Vol 62 (6), March, pp Pages 1474-1485 Symbol for Adobe PDF fileView pdf file

Bush A, Collings S, Tamasese K and Waldegrave C (2005) “Samoan and Psychiatrists’ Perspectives on the Self: Qualitative Comparison” Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, Vol 39, pp 621 -626

Salmond, C.; King, P; Crampton, P. and Waldegrave, C. (2005) NZiDep: A New Zealand Index of Socioeconomic Deprivation for Individuals. Wellington: University of Otago and The Family Centre Social Policy Research Unit. Symbol for Adobe PDF fileView pdf file (6.7 mb) zip (911 kb)

Tamasese K; Peteru C and Waldegrave C. (2005) “Ole Taeao Afua, The New Morning: A Qualitative Investigation into Samoan Perspectives on Mental Health and Culturally Appropriate Services.” Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry. Vol. 39 (4) April, p.300. Symbol for Adobe PDF fileView pdf file (118kb)

Waldegrave C ( 2005) “ ‘Just Therapy’ with Families on Low Income” Child Welfare, (Child Welfare League of America) Vol 84 (2), March/April, pp265 – 276

Russell, M, King, P, Norris, P., Field, B., and Stace, H. (2005) Information Matters: How do consumers find out about pharmaceuticals? Report to the Ministry of Health, November 2004.  Wellington: Ministry of Health. Symbol for Adobe PDF fileView pdf file (368kb)

Waldegrave C, King P and Stephens R (2004) “Changing Housing Policies, Poverty and Health” in Howden-Chapman P and Carroll P eds Housing and Health: Research, Policy and Innovation, Steele Roberts, Wellington

King, P and Waldegrave C. (2003) “Social Capital, Social Networks, and Access to Employment.” New Zealand Population Review. 29(1).

King, P and Waldegrave C. (2003) “Social Capital, Social Networks, and Access to Employment in Aotearoa New Zealand.” Horizons. 6(3). Symbol for Adobe PDF fileView pdf file (561kb)

Waldegrave C, Tamasese K, Tuhaka F and Campbell W (2003) Just Therapy – a Journey: A Collection of Papers from the Just Therapy Team, New Zealand Dulwich Centre Publications, Adelaide

Waldegrave, C; Stephens, R; and King, P. (2003) “Assessing the Progress on Poverty Reduction.” Social Policy Journal of New Zealand. 20 (June). Symbol for Adobe PDF fileView pdf file (122kb)

Waldegrave, C; Stephens, R; and King, P. (2003) “Gauging New Zealand’s success at Poverty Reduction in the New Millennium.” Australian Journal of Social Issues. 38(4): 433-463.

Morrison P, and Waldegrave C (2002) “Welfare Reform and the Intra-regional Migration of Beneficiaries in New Zealand” Geoforum, 33.

Waldegrave C and Pole N (2001) “Taking Our Opportunities: Social Cohesion and the Knowledge Divide in Aotearoa, New Zealand” in The Proceedings of the Catching the Knowledge Wave Conference held in Auckland 1–3 August 2001, Theme Papers, Social Cohesion and the Knowledge Divide (Paper two). View pdf file.

Stephens R and Waldegrave C (2001) “The Effectiveness of the Transfer andTax System in Reducing Poverty in 1998” Social Policy Journal of New Zealand 16. July Symbol for Adobe PDF fileView pdf file (281kb)

Waldegrave C (2001) “Terapia Justica” Sistemas Familiares Ano 17, 1, Marzo, Buenos Aires

Waldegrave C (2001) “Los Desafios de la Cultura a la Psicologia y al Pensamiento Postmoderno” De Familias y Terapias Ano 9, 14 y 15, Julio y Noviembre, Santiago

Waldegrave C (2001) “‘Just Therapy’ com Familias e Comunidades” Organizacao Grandesso M Terapia e Justica Social: Respostas Eticas a Questoes de dor em Terapia, Associacao Paulista de Terapia Familiar (APTF), Sao Paulo

Waldegrave C and Stephens R (2000) “Poverty: The Litmus Test of Social and Economic Policy Failure” in Conference Proceedings of the Second Bienniel Aotearoa New Zealand International Development Studies Network (DEVNET) Conference 17 - 19 November 2000 at Victoria University of Wellington. DEVNET, Wellington. Symbol for Adobe PDF fileView pdf file.

Stephens R, Waldegrave C, and Frater P (2000) “Below the Line: An Analysis of Income Poverty in New Zealand, 1984 - 1998” Graduate School of Business and Government Management (GSBGM) Working Paper 2/00, Victoria University of Wellington

Waldegrave C (2000) “Assessing the Impact of the New Zealand Housing Reforms During the 1990s” Ministry of Social Policy Seminar Series 25 October, Symbol for Adobe PDF file View pdf file (54kb) 

Tamasese K, King P and Waldegrave C (2000) “Use of Section 16 by Pacific Peoples: Case Studies Seven to Nine.” In Speaking about Cultural Background at Sentencing: Section 16 of the Criminal Justice Act. Wellington: Ministry of Justice. View document.

Tamasese K, Waldegrave C and King P (2000) A Review of Lottery Resonsiveness to Pacific Community Groups: A Pacific Cultural Audit of the Lottery Grants Board. Wellington: The Ministry of Internal Affairs.

Waldegrave C (2000) “Just therapy with families and communities” in Burford G, & Hudson J. Family Group Conferencing: New Directions in Community-Centered Child and Family Practice, Hawthorne, New York: Aldine de Gruyter

Waldegrave C, Stuart S and Love C (2000) “Urban Maori Responses to Changes in State Housing Provision”, Social Policy Journal of New Zealand, 14, July Symbol for Adobe PDF fileView pdf file (172kb)

Waldegrave C (1999) “Research and the public debate” in A Decade of Change: Consequences For Health, Health Research Council Conference Report. Wellington, September

Waldegrave C (1999) “Focus Groups: Participation in poverty research” in Davidson C and Tolich M eds. Social Science Research in New Zealand: Many Paths to Understanding. Longman, Auckland

Waldegrave C, King P and Stuart S (1999) The Monetary Constraints and Consumer Behaviour in New Zealand Low Income Households. The Family Centre Social Policy Research Unit, Wellington

Waldegrave C and Stuart S (1998) “Family dynamics among urban to rural migrants: A study of households moving out of urban areas in New Zealand” MAF Policy Technical Paper 98/8, June. Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, Wellington Symbol for Adobe PDF fileView pdf file (75kb)

Waldegrave C (1998) “Balancing the Three Es, Equality, Efficiency and Employment” Social Policy Journal of New Zealand, 10, June Symbol for Adobe PDF fileView pdf file (136kb)

Waldegrave C and Stuart S (1998) Income and Maori Project: A Report prepared for The Ministry of Maori Development, The Family Centre, Lower Hutt, Wellington

Stephens R and Waldegrave C (1997) “Measuring Poverty in New Zealand” in Socioeconomic Inequalities and Health eds Crampton C and Howden- Chapman P, Inst. Policy Studies, Wellington

Waldegrave C, Frater P and Stephens R (1997) “An overview of Research on Poverty in New Zealand” New Zealand Sociology, 12 (2), November

Tamasese K, Peteru C and Waldegrave C (1997) Ole Taeao Afua, The New Morning: A Qualitative Investigation into Samoan Perspectives on Mental Health and Culturally Appropriate Services. The Family Centre, Lower Hutt, Wellington

Waldegrave C. & Stuart S. (1997) “Out of the Rat Race: The Migration of Low income Families To Small Town Wairarapa” New Zealand Geographer, 53 (1)

Waldegrave C (1997) “Superannuation: Income Adequacy, Affordability and Equity” in The Proceedings of the New Zealand Retirement Savings Summit, May 29,30 1997, Wellington, Inst. for International Research, Auckland

Preston D, Edgar D, Marsh A, Riccio J and Waldegrave C (1997) “How Critical is Evaluation in Developing successful Solutions?” in Beyond Dependency Conference, Tu Mana Motuhake, Conference Proceedings 16 - 19 March 1997, Auckland, Dept of Social Welfare, Wellington

Waldegrave C, Stephens R and Frater P (1996) “Most Recent Findings In The New Zealand Poverty Measurement Project” Social Work Review, 8 (3), September, Dunedin, New Zealand.

Waldegrave C and Stuart S. (1996) “An Analysis Of The Consumer Behaviour Of Beneficiaries” Social Work Review , 8 (3), September, Dunedin, New Zealand.

Waldegrave C, Stuart S and Stephens R. (1996) “Participation in Poverty Research: Drawing on the Knowledge of Low Income Householders to Establish an Appropriate Measure for Monitor Social Policy Impacts” Social Policy Journal of New Zealand , 7, December. Symbol for Adobe PDF fileView pdf file (136)

Waldegrave C and Stuart S (1996) Report Prepared for Te Puni Kokiri Social Analysis Portfolio Housing Research Project Component i “Housing Disadvantage and Maori in Aotearoa/New Zealand: A Review of the Literature Since 1980” Component ii “Maori Responses to Changes In State Housing: A Survey of the Issues, Choices and Experiences” Component iii (with Catherine Love) “Maori Responses to Changes In State Housing II: A Qualitative Look at the Issues, Choices and Experiences” The Ministry of Maori Development, Wellington.

Waldegrave C. (1996) “Health and Poverty in New Zealand” in The Proceedings of the New Zealand Hospital Dental Surgeons’ Association Conference 26 - 27 July 1996, Wellington.

Waldegrave C.T. & Frater P.(1996) "New Zealand: A Search for a National Poverty Line" in Poverty: A Global Review Handbook in International Poverty Research eds Oyen E., Miller S., Samad S., Scandinavian University Press, Oslo.

Stephens R., Waldegrave C., & Frater P.(1995) "Measuring Poverty in New Zealand" Social Policy Journal of New Zealand, 5, December. Symbol for Adobe PDF fileView pdf file (205kb).

Waldegrave C.T.(1994) "Measuring Poverty in New Zealand: Rights and Responsibilities", Papers from the International Year of the Family Symposium on Rights and Responsibilities of the Family held in Wellington 14 to 16 October 1994, pp 85-93. The International Year of the Family Committee in association with the Office of the Commissioner for Children.

Waldegrave C.T.(1994) "Who Researches What in Housing?" in Housing Research Conference Proceedings, 17-18 May, 1994, Ministry of Housing.

Waldegrave C. & Sawrey R. (1993) The Extent of Serious Housing Need in New Zealand 1992 & 1993 Social Policy Unit, The Family Centre, Lower Hutt.

Waldegrave C.T.(1992) "The Family: Morality Versus Economic Reality" in Eds. Novitz D.& Willmott B. New Zealand in Crisis, Government Print.

Waldegrave C.T.(1991) "Full Employment, Equity, Participation and a Viable New Zealand Economy" in Ed. Pelly R. Towards a Just Economy. , The Combined Chaplains' Victoria University of Wellington.

Waldegrave C.T. & Frater P. (eds.1991) The National Government Budgets of the First Year of Office: A Social Assessment. A report to Sunday Forum prepared by the Family Centre and Business & Economic Research Ltd (BERL).

Waldegrave C.T.(1991) "Budget '91: Monetarist Dream Citizen's Nightmare" Social Work Review 4,2 & 3 pp 33-34.

Waldegrave C.T.(1989) "Poverty - A Blasphemy In New Zealand" Waikato University, New Zealand.

Waldegrave C.T.(1989) "Enemies, Friends Or Partners?" in "1840 - 1990. In Ed. Newnham T.A. Long White Cloud?. Graphic Publications.

Waldegrave C. & Coventry R.(1987) Poor New Zealand: An Open Letter on Poverty. Platform Publishing.

Waldegrave C.T.(1984) "Who pays for the Economic Reconstruction?" in Economic Summit Conference Proceedings and Conference Papers Vol.2. Government Print.

Jacobi H., Coventry R., & Waldegrave C.(1983) "A Study of Homeless Families in the Hutt Valley." In National Housing Seminar, Massey University Students Association, New Zealand pp 149-157.

Waldegrave C.T., (1982) "Social Planning and the Practitioner" in National and Regional Planning and Policy Relationships. Town and Country Planning Division, Ministry of Works and Development.

Waldegrave C., Coventry R. (1981) Unemployed School Leavers, Their Feelings, Their Experiences, and Their Suggestions. Reprints The Family Centre, P O Box 31 050, Lower Hutt.

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Family Therapy Publications

Waldegrave, C (2009) “Cultural, Gender and Socio-economic Contexts in Therapeutic and Social Policy Work” Family Process, vol.48(1). New York. Symbol for Adobe PDF file View pdf file (188kb)

Waldegrave, C and Waldegrave, K (2009) "Healthy Families, Young Minds and Developing Brains:Enabling All Children to Reach their Potentia", Families Commission Research Report No. 2/09 Wellington: Families Commisssion. Symbol for Adobe PDF file View pdf file (748mb)

Waldegrave C, (2006) “Contrasting National Jurisdictional and Welfare Responses to Violence to Children”, Social Policy Journal of New Zealand, 27, (March). Symbol for Adobe PDF fileView pdf file (165 kb)

Waldegrave, C (2006) “Cultural, Gender and Socio-economic Contexts in Therapeutic and Social Policy Work” Proceedings of the National Family and Parenting Institute ‘Parent Child Conference 2006, London, United Kingdom. Link to paper

Bush A, Collings S, Tamasese K and Waldegrave C (2005) “Samoan and Psychiatrists’ Perspectives on the Self: Qualitative Comparison” Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, Vol 39, pp 621 -626

Waldegrave C ( 2005) “ ‘Just Therapy’ with Families on Low Income” Child Welfare, (Child Welfare League of America) Vol 84 (2), March/April, pp265 – 276.

Waldegrave C, Tamasese K, Tuhaka F and Campbell W (2003) Just Therapy – a Journey: A Collection of Papers from the Just Therapy Team, New Zealand Dulwich Centre Publications, Adelaide

Waldegrave C (2001) “Los Desafios de la Cultura a la Psicologia y al Pensamiento Postmoderno” De Familias y Terapias Ano 9, 14 y 15, Julio y Noviembre, Santiago

Waldegrave C (2001) “‘Just Therapy’ com Familias e Comunidades” Organizacao Grandesso M Terapia e Justica Social: Respostas Eticas a Questoes de dor em Terapia, Associacao Paulista de Terapia Familiar (APTF), Sao Paulo

Waldegrave C (2000) “Just therapy with families and communities” in Burford G, & Hudson J. Family Group Conferencing: New Directions in Community-Centered Child and Family Practice, Hawthorne, New York: Aldine de Gruyter

Tamasese K, Waldegrave C, Tuhaka F and Campbell C (1998) “Furthering conversations about partnerships of accountability: Talking about issues of leadership, ethics and care” Dulwich Centre Journal 4

Waldegrave C (1998) “The Challenges of Culture to Psychology and Post Modern Thinking” in Ed. McGoldrick, Re-visioning Family Therapy: Race, Culture, and Gender in Clinical Practice. Guilford Press, New York

Waldegrave C. & Tamasese K.(1994) "Some Central Ideas in the `Just Therapy' Approach" Reprinted in Eds Munford R and Nash M, Social Work in Action. Dunmore Press, Palmerston North

Waldegrave C. & Tamasese K.(1994) "Some Central Ideas in the 'Just Therapy' Approach" Reprinted in Human Systems: The Journal of Systemic Consultation and Management Vol. 5 Issues 3 and 4, United Kingdom.

Waldegrave C. & Tamasese K.(1994) "Some Central Ideas in the 'Just Therapy' Approach" Reprinted in The Family Journal (The Official Journal of the International Association of Marriage and Family Counsellors) Vol. 2, No 2, April, U.S.A.

Tamasese K. & Waldegrave C. (1994) "Cultural and Gender Accountability in the 'Just Therapy' Approach" Reprinted in Dulwich Centre Newsletter, Nos 2 and 3, Adelaide, Australia

Waldegrave C.T.(1993) "The Challenges of Culture to Psychology and Post Modern Thinking" in Cultural Justice and Ethics, Proceedings of a Symposium held at the Annual Conference of the New Zealand Psychological Society, University of Victoria, Wellington, 23 August 1993, ed. Linda Waimarie Nikora, Psychology Department, University of Waikato, Private Bag 3105, Hamilton, New Zealand.

Tamasese K. & Waldegrave C.(1993) "Cultural and Gender Accountability in the 'Just Therapy' Approach" The Journal of Feminist Family Therapy 5(2) Summer.

Waldegrave C. & Tamasese K.(1993) "Some Central Ideas in the `Just Therapy' Approach" Australia and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy. 14(1): pp 1-8.

Waldegrave C.T.(1992) "Psychotherapy, Politics and the Loss of the Welfare State" NZ Association of Psychotherapists Newsletter. Sept. pp 1-13.

Waldegrave C.T.(1992) "Psychology, Politics and the Loss of the Welfare State" NZ Psychological Society Bulletin. 74, Oct.

Waldegrave C.T.(1990) "Just Therapy" Dulwich Centre Newsletter No. 1: pp 5-46, Adelaide, Australia.

Waldegrave C.T.(1990) "The Politics of Empowering Families - Just Therapy" in Strengthening Families Monograph of 1990 Washington D.C. Annual Conference Plenary Presentations, American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy.

Waldegrave C.T.(1985) "Mono-Cultural, Mono-Class, and So Called Non-Political Family Therapy." Australia and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy 6 (4): pp 197-200.

Waldegrave C.T.(1984) "The Butchers, An Eclectic Approach to Family Therapy" Journal of Family Therapy 6: pp 247-263

Jacobi H., Coventry R., & Waldegrave C.(1983) "A Study of Homeless Families in the Hutt Valley." In National Housing Seminar, Massey University Students Association, New Zealand pp 149-157.

Waldegrave C.T., (1982) "Social Planning and the Practitioner" in "National and Regional Planning and Policy Relationships." Town and Country Planning Division, Ministry of Works and Development.

Waldegrave C., Coventry R. (1981) Unemployed School Leavers, Their Feelings, Their Experiences, and Their Suggestions. Reprints The Family Centre, P O Box 31 050, Lower Hutt.

Waldegrave C., Jones V., Basil-Jones P. & Anderton J.M.(1981) "Evaluating Change in Families." Australian Journal of Family Therapy 2 (2) pp 76-82

 

 

 

 

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