Mokopuna rising: intervention in whānau violence
by Cooper, Erana
A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology.
“This study aimed to describe practices which assist whānau in the prevention or elimination of whānau violence. This was investigated through qualitative research methods, situated within a framework of Kaupapa Māori methodology (indigenous research theory and methods), and informed by the broad traditions of both clinical and community psychology. “