Wairua Affect and Identity

McCreanor, T., Wetherell, M., McConville, A., Moewaka Barnes, H., & Moewaka Barnes, A. (2018). New Light: Friendly soil: Affective-discursive dimensions of Anzac day commemorations in Aotearoa New Zealand. Nations and Nationalism, published online 30 September, https://doi.org/10.1111/nana.12474. A451

Moewaka Barnes, H., Gunn, T., Moewaka Barnes, A., Muriwai, E., Wetherell, M., McCreanor, T. (2017). Feeling and spirit: developing an indigenous wairua approach to research. Qualitative Research, published online 27 March. doi:10.1177/1468794117696031. A408

Wetherell, M., McCreanor, T., McConville, A., Moewaka Barnes, H., & le Grice, J. (2015). Settling space and covering the nation: Some conceptual considerations in analysing affect and discourse. Emotion, Space and Society, 16, 56-64. doi:10.1016/j.emospa.2015.07.005 [Link]. A363

Ward, C., & Lin, E. Y. (2010). There are homes at the four corners of the seas: acculturation and adaptation of overseas Chinese. In M. Bond (Ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Chinese Psychology. Oxford: Oxford University Press. SB53

Carroll, P., Casswell, S., Huakau, J., Perry, P., & Howden Chapman, P. (2009). The Relationship between Environmental Attitudes, Beliefs about Social Justice and Interest in Politics: are there Lessons for the New Zealand Green Party? Environmental Politics, 18(2), 257-278. A232

Witten, K., McCreanor, T., & Kearns, R. (2007). The place of schools in parents' community belonging. New Zealand Geographer, 63(2), 141-148. A202

Liu, J., McCreanor, T., McIntosh, T., & Teaiwa, T. (2005). Introduction: constructing New Zealand identities. In J. Liu, T. McCreanor, T. McIntosh, et al. (Eds.), New Zealand Identities: Departures and Destinations (pp. 11-20). Wellington: Victoria University Press. SB41

McCreanor, T. (2005). 'Sticks and stones may break my bones ...': talking Pakeha identities. In J. Liu, T. McCreanor, T. McIntosh, et al. (Eds.), New Zealand Identities: Departures and Destinations (pp. 52-68). Wellington: Victoria University Press. SB40

McCreanor, T., Penney, L., Jensen, V., Witten, K., Kearns, R., & Moewaka Barnes, H. (2006). 'This is like my comfort zone': Senses of place and belonging within Oruamo /Beachhaven New Zealand. New Zealand Geographer, 62, 196-207. A191

Kearns, R., Lewis, N., McCreanor, T., & Witten, K. (2010). School closures as breaches in the fabric of rural welfare: community perspectives from New Zealand. In P. Milbourne (Ed.), Welfare Reform in Rural Places: Comparative Perspectives (pp. 219-236). Bingley, UK: Emerald Publishing Group. SB54

Kearns, R., Lewis, N., McCreanor, T., & Witten, K. (2009). ‘The status quo is not an option’: Community impacts of school closure in South Taranaki, New Zealand. Journal of Rural Studies, 25, 131-140. A226

Edwards, S., Moewaka Barnes, H., & McCreanor, T. (2007). Maori family culture: a context of youth development in Counties/Manukau. Kotuitui, 2, 1-15. A201

Fa'alau, F., & Jensen, V. (2006). Samoan youth and family relationships in Aotearoa New Zealand. Pacific Public Health, 13, 17-24. A204

McCreanor, T., Watson, P., & Denny, S. (2006). "Just accept us how we are more": experiences of young Pakeha with their families in Aotearoa New Zealand. Social Policy Journal of New Zealand, 27, 156-170. A185

McCreanor, T., & Watson, P. (2004). Resiliency, connectivity and environments. International Journal of Mental Health Promotion, 6(1), 39-42. A164

Witten, K., Kearns, R., Lewis, N., Coster, H., & McCreanor, T. (2003). Educational restructuring from a community viewpoint: a case study from Invercargill, New Zealand. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 21(2), 203-223. A148

Anae, M., Moewaka Barnes, H., McCreanor, T., & Watson, P. (2002). Towards promoting mental health in Aotearoa/New Zealand: holistic "houses" of health. International Journal of Mental Health Promotion, 4, 5-14. A138

Witten, K., McCreanor, T., Kearns, R., & Ramasubramanian, L. (2001). The impacts of school closure on neighbourhood social cohesion: narratives from Invercargill, New Zealand. Health and Place, 7, 307-317. A131