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Dr Christine Kenney BAHons, PhD

Senior Lecturer in Indigenous Disaster Management

School of Psychology

Dr Kenney co-Chairs New Zealand’s natural hazards research platform social science panel, is a recipient of Royal Society of New Zealand Marsden funding (2016 and 2017) and leads the National Science Challenge research programme on Māori assets resilience. Her forthcoming Marsden research will create a disaster management framework that will fulfil national aspirations pertaining to integrated collaborative governance in disaster contexts as well as Indigenous disaster management, workforce development and citizen science. Findings will also address key priorities outlined in the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction, and may have relevance for nations with value-based cultures. Dr Kenney’s work with Indigenous communities has been internationally recognised as best practice science, she was an invited co-author of the UN commissioned global report on transformative resilience (Pelling et al, 2015) and speaker at the 2014 World Summit on Education for Environmental Sustainability at UNESCO’s request. Christine also participated in New Zealand’s diplomatic delegation to the final intergovernmental preparatory meeting for, and the 2015 Global Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction in Sendai. More recently at the request of UNOCHA, she was  a delegate at the 2016 World Humanitarian Summit in Istanbul and a formal nominee for the Pacific seat on the United Nations’ Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues for the period 2017- 2019.

Dr Christine Kenney, is a Māori sociologist and social science researcher in disaster governance, risk reduction, recovery and resilience at the Joint Centre for Disaster Research. She has global expertise in implementing community-centred research with Indigenous peoples as well as policy projects with governments and local authorities in Canada, Australia and New Zealand. Christine also leads the Indigenous disaster research team at the IRDR Centre for Community Resilience, and her research focuses on identifying cultural factors that build community resilience to disasters; documenting Indigenous knowledges and practices that enhance community risk management and developing collaborative governance approaches to disaster management.

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Professional

Contact details

  • Ph: +64 4 979 3614
    Location: 1, T18
    Campus: Wellington

Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Arts Honours (2004)
  • Doctor of Philosophy (2010)

Research Expertise

Research Interests

Sociology of disasters, sociology of science, disaster social science, Indigenous disaster management and research methodologies, Disaster risk reduction, disaster governance,  disaster preparedness, disaster response, disaster recovery and resilience  gendser and disaster    

Research Opportunities

  • Postgraduate Research Assistant  (01/07/2018) Maori Postgraduate Research Assistant fluent in Te Reo with an interest in disaster social science

Area of Expertise

Field of research codes
Other Studies in Human Society (169900): Sociology (160800): Sociology not elsewhere classified (160899): Studies In Human Society (160000): Studies of Maori Society (169904)

Keywords

Disaster sociology  and social science, disaster risk reduction, disaster management,  disaster preparedness, disaster recovery, emergency management,  community resilience, collaborative governance,  community based participatory research, qualitative research methodologies, Indigenous disatser management and research, gender and disasters   

Research Projects

Summary of Research Projects

Position Current Completed
Project Leader 3 2
Team Member 2 0

Current Projects

Project Title: Maori, Catastrophic Events, and Collectie Development of Culture-based Disaster Management Theory and Practice

Date Range: 2018 - 2021

Funding Body: Royal Society of New Zealand

Project Team:

Project Title: Power Politics: Electricity and Sustainability in Post-Disaster Otautahi (Christchurch)

Date Range: 2017 - 2020

Funding Body: University of Auckland

Project Team:

Project Title: Hikurangi subduction earthquakes and slip behaviour

Date Range: 2016 - 2021

Funding Body: Institute of Geological & Nuclear Sciences Ltd

Project Team:

Project Title: NSC - Culture: Cultural Resilience (Resilience to Nature's Challenges National Science Challenge)

Date Range: 2016 - 2019

Funding Body: Institute of Geological & Nuclear Sciences Ltd

Project Team:

Project Title: NSC - Matauranga Maori: Better understanding and implementation of Matauranga Maori and tikanga to build resilience

Date Range: 2015 - 2020

Funding Body: Institute of Geological & Nuclear Sciences Ltd

Project Team:

Completed Projects

Project Title: Maori and Catastrophic Events

Date Range: 2016 - 2017

Funding Body: Massey University

Project Team:

Project Title: Development of a Vision Matauranga Strategy that addresses the particular research needs of QuakeCoRE (Centre of Research Excellence)

Date Range: 2016 - 2017

Funding Body: University of Canterbury

Project Team:

Research Outputs

Journal

Phibbs, S., Kenney, C., Rivera-Munoz, G., Huggins, TJ., Severinsen, C., & Curtis, B. (2018). The inverse response law: Theory and relevance to the aftermath of disasters. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 15(5)
[Journal article]Authored by: Kenney, C., Phibbs, S.
Kenney, CM., & Carter, L. (2018). A tale of two communities: B-race-ing disaster responses in the media following the Canterbury and Kaikōura earthquakes.. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction. 28, 731-738
[Journal article]Authored by: Kenney, C.
Gibson, T., Pelling, M., Ghosh, A., Matyas, D., Siddiqi, A., Solecki, W., . . . Du Plessis, R. (2016). Pathways for transformation: Disaster risk management to enhance resilience to extreme events. International Journal of Extreme Events. 3(1) Retrieved from https://www.worldscientific.com/doi/pdf/10.1142/S2345737616710020
[Journal article]Authored by: Johnston, D., Kenney, C.
Doyle, EEH., Khan, S., Adler, C., Alaniz, RC., Athayde, S., Lin, KHE., . . . Stavrou, V. (2014). Reporting on the Seminar - Risk interpretation and action (RIA): Decision making under conditions of uncertainty. Australasian Journal of Disaster and Trauma Studies. 18(1), 27-38
[Journal article]Authored by: Hudson-Doyle, E., Johnston, D., Kenney, C.
Phibbs, S., & Kenney, CM. (2017). Heartaches over housing: Correlating cardiovascular disease rates and housing damage in the aftermath of the Canterbury earthquakes. The Lancet Planetary Health. 1(6), e214-e215
[Journal article]Authored by: Kenney, C., Phibbs, S.
Kenney, CM., & Phibbs, S. (2016). Whakaoranga Ōtautahi: A pre-emptive Māori approach towards actioning the Sendai framework for disaster risk reduction in Christchurch, New Zealand. HAZNET: The Magazine of the Canadian Risks and Hazards Network. 8(2), 48-51
[Journal article]Authored by: Kenney, C., Phibbs, S.
Kenney, CM. (2016). Kaumātua Day: A Māori community-led approach to addressing the health and wellbeing needs of elderly Maori following the Canterbury earthquakes. Māori Health Review. (63), 4-4 Retrieved from https://www.maorihealthreview.co.nz/
[Journal article]Authored by: Kenney, C.
Phibbs, S., Kenney, C., Severinsen, C., Mitchell, J., & Hughes, R. (2016). Synergising public health concepts with the sendai framework for disaster risk reduction: A conceptual glossary. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 13(12)
[Journal article]Authored by: Kenney, C., Phibbs, S., Severinsen, C.
Phibbs, S., Kenney, CM., & Solomon, M. (2015). Ngā Mōwaho: an analysis of Māori responses to the Christchurch earthquakes. Kōtuitui : New Zealand Journal of Social Sciences Online. 10(2), 72-82
[Journal article]Authored by: Kenney, C., Phibbs, S.
Kenney, CM., & Solomon, MW. (2015). Māori community-led disaster risk management: An effective response to the 2010-2011 Christchurch earthquakes. UNISDR Scientific and Technical Advisory Group Case Studies. 2015,
[Journal article]Authored by: Kenney, C.
Kenney, CM., & Phibbs, S. (2015). A Māori love story: Community-led disaster management in response to the Ōtautahi (Christchurch) earthquakes as a framework for action. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction. 14, 46-55
[Journal article]Authored by: Kenney, C., Phibbs, S.
Kenney, C., Phibbs, SR., Paton, D., Reid, J., & Johnston, D. (2015). Community-led disaster risk management: A Māori response to Ōtautahi (Christchurch) earthquakes. Australasian Journal of Disaster and Trauma Studies. 19(1), 9-20 Retrieved from http://www.massey.ac.nz/~trauma/
[Journal article]Authored by: Johnston, D., Kenney, C., Phibbs, S.
Kenney, CM. (2014). Understanding factors that build Iwi resilience. Natural Hazards 2013. , 18-19
[Journal article]Authored by: Kenney, C.
Kenney, CM., & Phibbs, SR. (2014). Shakes, rattles and rollouts: The untold story of Māori engagement with community recovery, social resilience and urban sustainability in Christchurch, New Zealand. Procedia Economics and Finance. 18, 754-762
[Journal article]Authored by: Kenney, C., Phibbs, S.
Kenney, CM. (2011). Midwives, women and their families: A Maori gaze regarding partnerships for maternity care in Aotearoa, New Zealand. ALTERNATIVE An International Journal of Indigneous Peoples. 7(2), 123-137
[Journal article]Authored by: Kenney, C.
Kenney, CM. (2006). Bipolar Disorder: Implications and guidelines for practice. Journal- New Zealand College of Midwives. 35, 15-20
[Journal article]Authored by: Kenney, C.

Book

Kenney, CM. (2016). Engaging the other: Māori urban recovery and resilience planning in Christchurch New Zealand in the aftermath of the 2010-2011 earthquakes. In H. James, & D. Paton (Eds.) The consequences of disasters: Demographic, planning and policy implications. (pp. 327 - 340). Chicago, United States of America: Charles C Thomas
[Chapter]Authored by: Kenney, C.
Kenney, CM. (2015). Five Māori women community leaders volunteer to reduce earthquake impact on elderly residents in Eastern Christchurch. In Women’s Leadership in Risk-Resilient Development. (pp. 65 - 70). Bangkok, Thailand: United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction
[Chapter]Authored by: Kenney, C.
Paton,, D., Johnston, D., Mamula-Seadon, L., & Kenney, CM. (2014). Recovery and Development: Perspectives from New Zealand and Australia. In N. Kapucu, & KT. Liou (Eds.) Disaster and Development. (pp. 255 - 272). : Springer
[Chapter]Authored by: Kenney, C.
Kenney, CM. (2011). Maori women, Maternity Services and the Treaty of Waitangi. In VMH. Tawhai, & K. Gray-Sharp (Eds.) Always Speaking. (pp. 127 - 142). : Huia Pub
[Chapter]Authored by: Kenney, C.

Thesis

Kenney, CM. (2010). Me aro ki te ha o hineahuone : women, miscarriage stories, and midwifery : towards a contextually relevant research methodology.. (Doctoral Thesis, Massey UBiversity)
[Doctoral Thesis]Authored by: Kenney, C.

Report

Kenney, CM., Johnson, L., Johnston, D., & Du Plessis, R.(2014). New Zealand case study. Geneva, Switzerland: UNISDR United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction
[Technical Report]Authored by: Johnston, D., Kenney, C.
Benn, C., & Kenney, CM. (2010). Supporting whānau wellbeing through nurturing breastfeeding Consultation Report. Massey University.
[Commissioned Report]Authored by: Kenney, C.
Benn, C., & Kenney, C.Supporting whānau wellbeing through nurturing breastfeeding Consultation Report. February, 2010. Massey University.
[Commissioned Report]Authored by: Kenney, C.

Conference

Phibbs, S., Kenney, C., & Solomon, M.Ngā Mōwaho: an analysis of Māori responses to the Christchurch earthquakes. Kotuitui. 10 (2)(pp. 72 - 82).
[Conference]Authored by: Kenney, C., Phibbs, S.
Kenney, CM. (2014, September). Māori, disaster risk mitigation, and emergency management policy development in Aotearoa, New Zealand. Presented at United Nations 3rd World Small Island and Developing States conference. Apia, Samoa.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Kenney, C.
Kenney, CM., & Phibbs, S. (2014, September). Shakes rattles and roll outs: The untold story of Māori engagement with community recovery, social resilience and urban sustainability in Christchurch, New Zealand. Presented at 4th International Conference on Building Resilience. University of Salford, Manchester.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Kenney, C., Phibbs, S.
Kenney, CM.(2014, September). Māori, disaster risk mitigation, and emergency management policy development in Aotearoa, New Zealand. .
[Conference]Authored by: Kenney, C.
Kenney, CM., Phibbs, S., Reid, J., Paton, D., & Johnston, D. (2014, June). Community-led Disaster Risk Management: A Māori Response to Ōtautahi (Christchurch) Earthquakes. Presented at Integrated Disaster Risk Science: A Tool for Sustainability. IRDR Conference,. Beijing, China.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Johnston, D., Kenney, C., Phibbs, S.
Kenney, CM. (2014, June). Māori Approaches to Disaster Risk Reduction and Community Resilience –A Framework for Action?. Presented at New Directions in Disaster Recovery and Reconstruction Conference. National Pingtung University of Science and Technology, Kaohsiung, Taiwan.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Kenney, C.
Kenney, CM. (2014, November). Education disaster resilience & sustainable communities: A New Zealand exemplar. Presented at UNESCO Global Conference on Education for Sustainability. Nagoya, Japan.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Kenney, C.
Kenney, CM., & Phibbs, S.(2014, September). Shakes rattles and roll outs: The untold story of Māori engagement with community recovery, social resilience and urban sustainability in Christchurch, New Zealand.. .
[Conference]Authored by: Kenney, C., Phibbs, S.
Kenney, CM., Phibbs, S., Reid, J., Paton, D., & Johnston, D. (2014). Community-led Disaster Risk Management: A Māori Response to Ōtautahi (Christchurch) Earthquakes.. : Integrated Disaster Risk Science: A Tool for Sustainability. IRDR Conference,
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Johnston, D., Kenney, C., Phibbs, S.
Phibbs, SR., & Kenney, C.(2014, September). Down but not out: Vulnerability and resilience among elderly and/or disabled Māori living in Christchurch during the Canterbury earthquake sequence. http://www.hazardseducation.org/conference/2014/Misc%20Series%2074%207th%20ANHMC%20GNS%20Science%20for%20Web.pdf. (74)(pp. 26 - 26). 1177-2441. Retreived from http://www.hazardseducation.org/conference/2014/Misc%20Series%2074%207th%20ANHMC%20GNS%20Science%20for%20Web.pdf
[Conference]Authored by: Kenney, C., Phibbs, S.
Kenney, CM.(2014, March). Ngā Tangata Whenua; Ngā Parekura: Māori approaches to addressing Risks and Resilience within Aotearoa New Zealand.. .
[Conference]Authored by: Kenney, C.
Kenney, CM.(2014, June). Māori Approaches to Disaster Risk Reduction and Community Resilience –A Framework for Action?. .
[Conference]Authored by: Kenney, C.
Kenney, CM.(2014, November). Education, Disaster Resilience & Sustainable Communities: A New Zealand Exemplar,. .
[Conference]Authored by: Kenney, C.
Kenney, CM., Johnston, D., Paton, D., Reid, J., & Phibbs, S.(2014, June). Community-led Disaster Risk Management: A Māori Response to Ōtautahi (Christchurch) Earthquakes. . (pp. 48 - 48).
[Conference]Authored by: Johnston, D., Kenney, C., Phibbs, S.
Kenney, CM., Phibbs, SR., Paton, D., Reid, J., & Johnston, DM. (2015). Community-led disaster risk management: A māori response to Ōtautahi (Christchurch) earthquakes. In Australasian Journal of Disaster and Trauma Studies Vol. 19 (pp. 9 - 20).
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Johnston, D., Kenney, C., Phibbs, S.
Kenney, C., & Phibbs, SR. (2014). Shakes rattles and roll outs: The untold story of Māori engagement with community recovery, social resilience and urban sustainability in Christchurch, New Zealand. (pp. 30 - 30). , 4th International Conference on Building Resilience Salford: University of Salford, University of Huddersfield and the ANDROID Disaster Resilience Network
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Kenney, C., Phibbs, S.
Kenney, CM. (2014, March). Ngā Tangata Whenua: Ngā Parekura: Maori approaches to addressing risks and resilience in Aotearoa , New Zealand. Presented at Building Communities of Practice for Resilience 12th annual PRiMO Conference. Honolulu Convention Centre, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Kenney, C.
Kenney, CM.(2013, August). B-Race-ing against gender: Challenging gendered notions of Te Aro Māori within the context of the Canterbury Earthquake?. .
[Conference]Authored by: Kenney, C.
Kenney, CM.(2013, December). Maori Disaster Management: An essential ‘gaze’ on risk reduction in Aotearoa.. .
[Conference]Authored by: Kenney, C.
Kenney, CM.(2013, December). Risk, Recovery and Resilience: An Overview of Māori Disaster Management in response to the Ōtautahi earthquakes.. .
[Conference]Authored by: Kenney, C.
Kenney, CM. (2013, December). Māori Disaster Management: An essential ‘gaze’ on risk reduction in Aotearoa. Presented at World Social Science Fellows Forum: Risk Interpretation and Action: Decision-making under conditions of uncertainty. Wellington and Christchurch, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Kenney, C.
Kenney, CM. (2013, December). Risk recovery and resilience: An overview of Māori Disaster Management in response to the Ōtautahi earthquakes. Presented at Meeting Challenges, Managing Risks: Examining options for mainstreaming, methodology and rights for vulnerable groups in the Pacific Conference. University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Kenney, C.
Kenney, CM. (2013, August). B- Race-ing against gender: Challenging gendered notions of Te Ao Māori within the context of the Canterbury Earthquakes?. Presented at Gender and Disasters Symposium. Massey University, Wellington.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Kenney, C.
Kenney, CM.(2012, May). Gestational Diabetes: Addressing Risk with Indigenous Communities in Canada and New Zealand. .
[Conference]Authored by: Kenney, C.
Kenney, CM.(2012, November). Challenges and Innovation at the Cultural Interface. .
[Conference]Authored by: Kenney, C.
Kenney, CM., Paton, D., Johnston, D., Reid, J., & Phibbs, S. (2012, August). Addressing Risk and Resilience: An analysis of Māori communities and cultural technologies in response to the Christchurch earthquakes. Presented at IDRC Davos 2012 Integrated Risk Management in a Changing World – Pathways to a Resilient Society. Davos Switzerland.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Johnston, D., Kenney, C., Phibbs, S.
Kenney, CM., Johnston, D., Paton, D., Reid, J., & Phibbs, SR.(2012, August). Addressing risk and resilience: An analysis of Māori communities and cultural technologies in response to the Christchurch earthquake. IDRC Davos 2012 Integrated Risk Management in a Changing World – Pathways to a Resilient Society Conference papers Compendium. (pp. 373 - 376).
[Conference]Authored by: Johnston, D., Kenney, C., Phibbs, S.
Kenney, CM.(2012, November). Whakaoranga Iwi Whānui: An analysis of cultural factors facilitating the recovery of Māori communities impacted by the Christchurch Earthquakes. .
[Conference]Authored by: Kenney, C.
Kenney, CM. (2012, May). Gestational Diabetes: Addressing Risk with Indigenous Communities in Canada and New Zealand. Presented at Australian College of Midwives Conference, (WA Branch), Perth, Australia
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Kenney, C.
Kenney, CM. (2012, November). Challenges and Innovation at the Cultural Interface. Presented at 6th International Congress on Innovations in Nursing Conference. Pan Pacific Hotel, Perth, Australia.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Kenney, C.
Kenney, CM., Reid, J., & Phibbs, S. (2012, November). Whakaoranga Tūrangawaewae, Whakaoranga Iwi Whānui: An analysis of cultural factors facilitating the recovery of Maori communities impacted by the Christchurch Earthquakes.. Presented at Research, Reconnect Rebuild’ Maori Association of Social Science (MASS) Conference. University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Kenney, C.
Phibbs, SR., Kenney, C., Johnston, D., Paton, D., & Reid, J. (2012). Addressing Risk and Resilience: An analysis of Māori communities and cultural technologies in response to the Christchurch earthquakes.. : 4th International Disaster and Risk Conference IDCR Davos -"Integrative Risk Management in a Changing World - Pathways to a Resilient Society"
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Kenney, C., Phibbs, S.
Kenney, CM.(2011, April). Stories, Silences and Silenced stories: reading between the lines.. .
[Conference]Authored by: Kenney, C.
Kenney, CM. (2011, April). Stories, Silences and Silenced stories: reading between the lines. Presented at British Sociological Association 60th Anniversary Conference. London School of Economics, London England.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Kenney, C.
Kenney, CM.(2011, April). Theorising Whakapapa: Genealogy as narrative, actor network and technology.. .
[Conference]Authored by: Kenney, C.
Jardine, C., & Kenney, CM. (2011). Youth Voices on Tobacco. Poster session presented at the meeting of Youth Voices on Tobacco. Tobacco Stakeholder’s Conference (Health Canada, and the Lung Association).
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Kenney, C.
Kenney, CM. (2011, April). Theorising Whakapapa: Genealogy as narrative, actor network and technology. Presented at International Society of Critical Health Psychology 7th Bi-annual Conference. The University of Adelaide, Adelaide, Australia.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Kenney, C.
Kenney, CM. (2011). Stories, Silences and Silenced stories: reading between the lines. , British Sociological Association 60th Anniversary Conference
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Kenney, C.
Higginbottom, G., Morgan, M., Kenney, CM., Dassanayake, J., Tremblay, P., Chiu, Y., . . . Forgeron, J. (2010). Immigrant and Aboriginal Women’s experiences of maternity care services in Canada: A Narrative Synthesis. In International Journal of Qualitative Methods Vol. 4 (pp. 472 - 472). , 11th Advances in Qualitative Methods Conference
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Kenney, C.
Phibbs, S., & Kenney, CM.(2009, November). Ordinary Decent Criminals: Mythologising indi-gene-ity in science and the media. .
[Conference]Authored by: Kenney, C.
Benn, C., Phibbs, S., Kenney, CM., Nash, M., & Pernice, R.(2009, May). Non-resident women and maternity care in Aotearoa/New Zealand. .
[Conference]Authored by: Kenney, C.
Phibbs, SR., & Kenney, CM. (2009). Criminal stories: analysing media representations of the warrior gene. In The 15th Qualitative Health Research Conference(pp. 61 - 62). : International Institute for Qualitative Methodology, University of Alberta
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Kenney, C., Phibbs, S.
Kenney, CM. (2009). Te Whakamāramatanga: Developing a Midwifery Research Model in Aotearoa, New Zealand.. In International Journal of Qualitative Methods Vol. 3,S (pp. 28 - 28). , 9th Advances in Qualitative Methods Conference
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Kenney, C.
Kenney, CM. (2009). Conceiving Time! Miscarriage, corporeal identities and contestation.. In International Journal of Qualitative Methods, Vol. 3, S (pp. 27 - 27). , 14th Qualitative Health Research Conference
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Kenney, C.

Other

Kenney, CM. (2015, March). Inter-relating Indigenous Knowledge & Practices with DRM for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and AHA Centre Indonesia.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Kenney, C.
Kenney, CM. (2015, March). Emergency Management from a Māori Perspective - Joint Centre for Disaster Research 2015 Summer Institute 1-5 March 2015.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Kenney, C.
Kenney, CM. (2014, April). Whakaoranga Iwi Whānui: Understanding factors that build Iwi Resilience in the Canterbury context. In Workshop on Resilience, Lincoln University, Christchurch.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Kenney, C.
Kenney, CM. (2014, February). A Māori Love Story: Iwi Leadership during the Christchurch Earthquake Sequence. In Crisis Communication Workshop Massey University Wellington.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Kenney, C.
Kenney, CM. (2013, March). Māori Community Recovery: Responding to needs and opportunities arising from the Christchurch earthquakes. In Joint Centre for Disaster Research Summer Institute, Massey University, Wellington.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Kenney, C.
Kenney, CM. (2013, March). Emergency Management from a Māori Perspective. In Joint Centre for Disaster Research Summer Institute, Massey Uiveristy, Wellington.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Kenney, C.
Kenney, CM. (2012, June). Research seminar: Qualitative Analysis: Introducing a Māori Gaze Part 2. In School of Nursing and Midwifery, Edith Cowan University, Perth, Western Australia, Australia.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Kenney, C.
Kenney, CM. (2012, May). Research Seminar: Qualitative Analysis: Introducing a Māori Gaze. In School of Nursing and Midwifery, Edith Cowan University, Perth, Western Australia, Australia.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Kenney, C.
Kenney, CM. (2012, May). Rehabilitation following disaster-related trauma in Canada and New Zealand. School of Rehabilitation, Jinhua College of Vocation and Technology, Jinhua, China.. In School of Rehabilitation, Jinhua College of Vocation and Technology, Jinhua, China..
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Kenney, C.
Kenney, CM. (2012, June). Midwives, Women and Families: Partnerships at the Indigenous Interface, West Australia Department of Health - Healthcare Leadership Forum. Perth, Australia,. In West Australia Department of Health - Healthcare Leadership Forum. Perth, Australia,.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Kenney, C.
Kenney, CM. (2010, April). Miscarriage Stories: Voicing Māori women’s wishes in relation to miscarriage care.. In National Collaborative Research in Ethnicity and Social Health Network, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada,.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Kenney, C.
Kenney, CM. (2009, August). Qualitative Analysis: Introducing a Māori Gaze Invited Presentation requested by Professor Kevin Dew Chair of Sociology and Social Policy. In Sociology 416 seminar, Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Kenney, C.
Kenney, CM. (2004). Independent Midwives and Early Miscarriage: A pilot study of the care provided by independent midwives to women experiencing inevitable first trimester miscarriage within the Canterbury region.
[Other]Authored by: Kenney, C.

Consultancy and Languages

Languages

  • English
    Last used: 28/03/2018
    Spoken ability: Excellent
    Written ability: Excellent

Supervision and Teaching

Summary of Doctoral Supervision

Position Current Completed
Co-supervisor 3 0

Teaching

Invited lecturer   130.706 Emergency Management in Practice  Summer Institute

Courses Coordinated

Current Doctoral Supervision

Co-supervisor of:

  • Ashleigh Rushton - Doctor of Philosophy
    Gender and disaster.
  • Lesley Gray - Doctor of Philosophy
    Preparing for the big one: disaster risk reduction considerations for morbid obesity
  • Martin Garcia Cartagena - Doctor of Philosophy
    Unveiling Community Resilience Capital Networks: An action-research approach to Earthquake Community Resilience & Sustainability in Aotearoa New Zealand.

Media and Links

Media

  • 21 Dec 2015 - Magazine
    Capital
    Interview for journal article 'Aroha nui ki te tangta' pp 34-39
  • 13 May 2010 - Newspaper
    Researcher seeks more miscarriage support
    National news
  • 12 May 2010 - Online
    Support Needed To End The Silence Of Miscarriage
    National news
  • 09 Dec 2013 - Online
    Natural risk seminar celebrates early career scien
    National News
  • 01 Jun 2010 - Magazine
    Ending the silence of miscarriage.
    Article in Kaitiaki June 2010 issue

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