While citizens of Aotearoa New Zealand are granted full participation regardless of racial and cultural background, Asian immigrants appear exempt from the benefits of inclusion. For many, immigration is a stress-inducing journey with resultant socio-economic marginalisation adversely impacting on their participation in society


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Hagyun Kim
Year of Creation | Tau
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Kim, H. (2021). “Knocking on the door to integration”: Korean immigrants’ stories of seeking membership in Aotearoa New Zealand society. Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work, 33(1), 29-43.

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