Publications

There are three types of publications available:

Published Papers

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Midlife New Zealanders Aged 40-64 in 2008: Enhancing Wellbeing in an Ageing Society (2010) Waldegrave, C. & Koopman-Boyden, P. (Eds). Population Studies Centre, The University of Waikato and The Family Centre Social Policy Research Unit (pdf download, 1.3MB)

Highlights of Midlife New Zealanders Aged 40-64 in 2008: Enhancing Wellbeing in an Ageing Society (pdf download, 7 pages)

 

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Enhancing Wellbeing in an Ageing Society: 65 - 84 year old New Zealanders in 2007 (2009) Koopman-Boyden, P. & Waldegrave, C. (Eds), The Family Centre Social Policy Research Unit and Population Studies Centre, The University of Waikato (pdf download, 3.8 MB)

Highlights of Enhancing Wellbeing in an Ageing Society: 65 - 84 year old New Zealanders in 2007 (pdf download, 6 pages)


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Working Papers

No. 1: Fertility and Ageing in Urban and Rural Areas: Is Location Important for Successful Ageing in New Zealand? Peggy G.Koopman-Boyden, Sandra Baxendine and Ian Pool. Population Studies Centre, The University of Waikato.

No. 2: Elder or Merely Older? Enhancing the Wellbeing of Older Maori in an Ageing Maori Population. Tahu Kukutai, Department of Sociology, Stanford University.

No. 3: Research on Ageing in New Zealand: Progress, Gaps, and the Potential Contribution of EWAS Research. Judith Davey, New Zealand Institute for Research on Ageing, Victoria University of Wellington.

No. 4: Ageing in Rural Areas: A Review of the Literature. Jacqueline Lidgard, Population Studies Centre, The University of Waikato.

No. 5: How Settled are the Retired?. Colin McLeay and Jacqueline Lidgard, Migration Research Group, The University of Waikato.

No. 6: The Role of Intergenerational Transactions, Interactions and Relationships in Shaping Wellbeing in Later Life. Sarah Hillcoat-Nalletamby, Population Studies Centre, The University of Waikato.

No. 7: Stakeholder Consultations in Ageing Research. Charles Waldegrave, The Family Centre Social Policy Research Unit.

No. 8: The Concept of Wellbeing and its Application in a Study of Ageing in Aotearoa New Zealand. Peter King, The Family Centre Social Policy Research Unit.

No. 9: Wellbeing -- Social Connectedness and Economic Standard of Living among 65-84 year olds in New Zealand - 2007. Peggy Koopman-Boyden, Suzan van der Pas and Michael Cameron, Population Studies Centre, The University of Waikato.

No. 10: Studies of Ageing and Wellbeing: Summary Descriptions of Key International Studies and their Implications for the Development of the EWAS Research. Elizabeth Rowe, Elizabeth Rowe Consulting and Charles Waldegrave, The Family Centre Social Policy Research Unit.

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Case Studies

No. 1: New Zealand Māori Case Study: Wellington Tenths Trust and the Palmerston North Māori Reserve Lands Trust. Catherine Love, Ngapera Moeahu, Shamia Love-Shariff, Wellington Tenths Trust and Palmerston North Māori Reserve Lands Trust

No. 2: Elder Neglect: A Qualitative Study of Neglect Cases Referred to Age Concern Elder Abuse and Neglect Prevention Services. Age Concern New Zealand Incorporated

No. 3: St. James Church Case Study: The Contribution made by a Parish to the Wellbeing of those 65 and Over. Kasia Waldegrave, ReSource

No. 4: Ageing Well in a New Country: Preliminary Findings of a Survey of Older Chinese in New Zealand . Elsie Ho, Joanna Lewin, Muriaroha Muntz, Population Studies Centre, University of Waikato.

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