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References

Cram, F, & Kennedy, V (2010). Researching with whānau collectives. MAI Review, 3. Available from www.review.mai.ac.nz.

Cunningham, C, Stevenson, B, & Tassell, N (2005). Analysis of the characteristics of whānau in Aotearoa. Available from www.educationcounts.govt.nz.

De Vaus, D (2004). Diversity and change in Australian families: Statistical profiles. Available from www.aifs.gov.au.

Durie, M (2003). Ngā kāhui pou: Launching Māori futures. Wellington: Huia Publishers.

Durie, M (2006). Measuring Māori wellbeing. New Zealand Treasury Guest Lecture Series 2006. Available from www.treasury.govt.nz.

Families Commission (2011). Statement of Intent 2011–2014. Available from www.familiescommission.org.nz.

Kiro, C, von Randow, M, & Sporle, A (2010). Trends in wellbeing for Māori households/families 1981–2006. Available from www.maramatanga.co.nz.

Lawson-Te Aho, K (2010). Definitions of whānau: A review of selected literature. Available from www.familiescommission.org.nz.

McKenzie, S & Carter, K (2010). Measuring whānau: A review of longitudinal studies in New Zealand. MAI Review, 3. Available from www.review.mai.ac.nz.

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Metge, J (1995). New growth from old: The whānau in the modern world. Wellington: Victoria University Press.

Milligan, S, Fabian, A, Coope, P, & Errington, C (2006). Family wellbeing indicators from the 1981–2001 New Zealand Censuses. Available from www.stats.govt.nz.

Ministry of Health (2002). He Korowai Oranga – Māori health strategy. Available from www.health.govt.nz.

Munford, R, & Sanders, J (1999). Supporting Families. Palmerston North: Dunmore Press.

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Royal, C (1995). Adventures in mātauranga Māori: Some thoughts on a kawa of Māori knowledge. Paper delivered to a post-graduate seminar, Te Kawa-a-Māui, Department of Māori Studies, Victoria University of Wellington. Available from www.charles-royal.com.

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Statistics New Zealand (2007). Report of the review of official family statistics. Available from www.stats.govt.nz.

Statistics New Zealand (2011). New Zealand General Social Survey: 2010. Available from www.stats.govt.nz.

Stiglitz, JE, Sen, A, Fitoussi, J (2009). Report by the Commission on the measurement of economic performance and social progress. Available from www.stiglitz-sen-fitoussi.fr/en/index.htm

Te Puni Kōkiri (2005). Whānau development action and research. In Lawson-Te Aho (Ed.), Definitions of whānau: A review of selected literature. Available from www.familiescommission.org.nz.

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Whānau Ora Taskforce (2009). Whānau ora: A whānau centred approach to Māori wellbeing. Wellington: Ministry of Social Development.

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