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Pita King

Lecturer

School of Psychology

Research Outputs

Journal

King, P., Hodgetts, D., Rua, M., & Morgan, M. (2018). When the Marae Moves into the City: Being Māori in Urban Palmerston North. City and Community. 17(4), 1189-1208
[Journal article]Authored by: Hodgetts, D., King, P., Morgan, C.
King, P., & Robertson, N. (2017). Māori men, relationships, and everyday practices: towards broadening domestic violence research. AlterNative. 13(4), 210-217
[Journal article]Authored by: King, P.
King, P., Hodgetts, D., Rua, M., & Morgan, M. (2017). Disrupting being on an industrial scale: Towards a theorization of Māori ways-of-being. Theory and Psychology. 27(6), 725-740
[Journal article]Authored by: Hodgetts, D., King, P., Morgan, C.
King, P., & Hodgetts, D. (2017). Gathering a few thoughts on ‘Neo-Confucian epistemology and Chinese philosophy’. Asian Journal of Social Psychology. 20(2), 161-165
[Journal article]Authored by: Hodgetts, D., King, P.
King, PRW., Young-Hauser, A., Li, W., Rua, M., & Nikora, LW. (2012). Exploring the nature of intimate relationships: A Māori perspective. The Australian Community Psychologist. 24(1), 86-96
[Journal article]Authored by: King, P.
King, P., Hodgetts, DJ., Rua, M., & Te Whetu, T. (2015). Older men gardening on the Marae. Alternative. 11(1), 14-28
[Journal article]Authored by: Hodgetts, D., King, P.

Book

Nikora, LW., Masters-Awatere, B., Rua, M., Hopner, V., Alefaio-Tugia, S., Stewart, M., . . . Carr, SC. (2017). Indigenized internationalization: Developments and lessons from two Aotearoa/New Zealand universities. In GJ. Rich, UP. Gielen, & H. Takooshian (Eds.) Internationalizing the teaching of psychology: A volume in: Advances in cultural psychology: Constructing human development. (pp. 129 - 142). Charlotte, NC, United States of America: Information Age Publishing Inc.
[Chapter]Authored by: Alefaio-Tugia, S., Carr, S., Hodgetts, D., Hopner, V., King, P.
King, P., Hodgetts, D., Rua, M., & Te Whetu, T. (2016). Emplaced cultural practices through which homeless men can be Māori. In EJ. Peters, & J. Christensen (Eds.) Indigenous Homelessness: Perspectives from Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. (pp. 363 - 388). Canada: University of Manitoba Press
[Chapter]Authored by: Hodgetts, D., King, P.
Hodgetts, D., Rua, M., King, P., & Te Whetu, T. (2015). The ordinary in the extra-ordinary: Everyday lives textured by homelessness. In Psychology and the Conduct of Everyday Life. (pp. 124 - 144). : Routledge
[Chapter]Authored by: Hodgetts, D., King, P.Contributed to by: King, P.

Conference

King, P., Hodgetts, D., Morgan, C., & Rua, M. (2018, October). When the marae moves into the city: Being Māori in urban Palmerston North. Presented at 7th ICCP 2018 International Conference on Community Psychology. Santiago, Chile.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: King, P., Morgan, C.
King, P., Hodgetts, DJ., Morgan, CA., & Rua, M. (2016, May). An indigenous and community interpretation of European philosophical contributions to understanding Māori ways-of-being. Presented at 6th ICCP 2016 International Conference on Community Psychology. Durban, South Africa.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Hodgetts, D., King, P., Morgan, C.

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