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What makes NZ tick? – a sociologist’s 40-year journey

Source: Massey University Distinguished Emeritus Professor Paul Spoonley has spent just over four decades researching and understanding the drivers of rapid social change in Aotearoa. The...

Teaching young people hope

Source: Massey University He Kaupapa Tūmanako/Project Hope was launched in 2020. What gives you hope? That is the question He Kaupapa Tūmanako/Project Hope, a course developed by...

Political affiliations influence health behaviors to combat Covid-19 in the US

Source: Massey University The US Government’s messaging around Covid-19 preventative measures changed under different leaders. Democrats during a rally in the 2020 US presidential election Republicans during...

Opinion: Migrants matter – but who and how many?

Source: Massey University Sociologist and demographer Distinguished Professor Paul Spoonley ponders New Zealand’s immigration management in the COVID context (photo:Lisanto/Unsplash) Sectors, employers and some local body...

Research shows trust needed in digital tech

Source: Massey University Workshopping on the Comfort Board. From left: Chair of the Digital Council Mitchell Pham, Andrew Tobin, Ana Reade, Tim Parkin, Anna Pendergrast, Anna Brown, Marianne Elliott,...

Research focus on Taranaki’s sustainable food producers

Source: Massey University Associate Professor Sita Venkateswar (right) visiting an urban-based sustainable food grower in Taranaki as part of the Farm Next Door initiative. Science, social...

Opinion: Countering terrorism – and ‘doing the right thing’

Source: Massey University The plight of a New Zealand ISIS affiliate has sparked a debate about how to balance citizenship rights and national security concerns. by...
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