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Tiffany Vague

Doctor of Philosophy
Study Completed: 2019
College of Health

Citation

Thesis Title
The sexual stories of adults who have lived in out-of-home care as young people

Supervisors
Professor Mark Henrickson
Associate Professor Ksenija Napan

Publications

Research Profile

 

Apaitia-Vague, T. (2011).   Social Work and Food:  A discussion.  Social Work Review 23(3). pp. 63-70

 

Apaitia-Vague, T.; Pitt, L. and Younger, D. (2011).  “Fit and proper” and fieldwork:  A dilemma for social work educators? Social Work Review 23(4). pp. 55-64

 

Apaitia-Vague, T. (2011).   A Personal Analysis of Experiential Learning within the Context of Teaching Social Work.  Te Iarere: Wavelength 5. pp. 53-63

 

Apaitia-Vague, T. (2009).  HIV: The attention seeking infection. Te Iarere: Wavelength 4. pp. 33 -43

 

Presentations

Apaitia-Vague, T. (2014).  Popular representations of children and young people in state care. Presented to International Social Work and Social Development Conference, Melbourne, July 12th

[conference oral presentation]

 

Apaitia-Vague, T. (2014).  An ethical social work researcher or a social worker who does ethical research? Presented to International Social Work and Social Development Conference, Melbourne, July 9th -12th

[conference poster presentation]

 

Apaitia-Vague, T. (2014).  How responsive is the social work profession to the next generation of social workers?: Challenges and possibilities. Presented to International Social Work and Social Development Conference, Melbourne, July 9th -12th

[conference poster presentation]

 

Apaitia-Vague, T. (2014).  Listening to sexual stories: A socially just way to research sexuality. Presented to International Social Work and Social Development Conference, Melbourne, July 9th -12th

[conference poster presentation]

 

Apaitia-Vague, T. (2014). Sexual minority young people in state care: Challenges and alternatives. Presented to International Social Work and Social Development Conference, Melbourne, July 9th -12th

[conference poster presentation]

 

Apaitia-Vague, T. (2013).  A new normal: Young social workers’ responses to the Christchurch Earthquake. Presented to the Asia Pacific Social Work Regional Conference, Manila, the Philippines, June 5th

[conference poster presentation]

 

Apaitia-Vague, T. (2012).  Let’s talk about sex: Developing an understanding of sexuality. Presented to University of Waikato Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences Postgraduate Conference, Hamilton, November 13th

[conference oral presentation]

 

Apaitia-Vague, T. (2011).  “I don’t want to tick any box”: Not being straight in the new generation. Presented to International Social Work and Social Development Conference, Stockholm, July 10th

[conference oral presentation]

 

Apaitia-Vague, T. (2011).  What does the next generation of social workers think about families? Presented to International Social Work and Social Development Conference, Stockholm, July 10th

[conference oral presentation]

 

Apaitia-Vague, T. (2011).  Responding to disaster: The Veivueti project. Presented to New Zealand Council of Social Work Educators Disaster Curricula Forum, Wellington, November 18th

[conference oral presentation]

 

Apaitia-Vague, T. (2011).  How do we respond to our LGBTQ students?, Presented to the Western Institute of Technology Research Forum, New Plymouth, November 10th

[conference oral presentation]

 

Other

Fronek, P. (Host). (2012, October 31). What does Generation Y social work look like?: In conversation with Tiffany Apaitia Vague [Episode 30]. Podsocs. Retrieved from http://www.podsocs.com/podcast/what-does-gen-y-social-work-look-like/

 

Invited Speaker

Apaitia-Vague, T. (2011, November 17-18). Panel discussion member. Council of Social Work Educations of Aotearoa New Zealand.

 

 

 

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