Dr Maxine M Campbell
Senior Lecturer, Convenor & Graduate Student Adviser (Social Policy)
Qualifications: BSocSc; BSocSc (Hons); PhD (Waikato)
Children; Social Policy; Sociology; Women and Gender Studies
Classical social theory; sociology of childhood; social policy; family sociology; women and work.
Maxine has a particular teaching interests in social policy and research interests in child safety and family sociology, with a focus on the role, status and experiences of parents.
Silcock, M., Campbell, M., & Hocking, C. (2016). How Western structures shape our practice: An analysis of the competencies for registration for occupational therapists in Aotearoa New Zealand 1990-2014. New Zealand Journal of Occupational Therapy, 63(2), 4-12.
Kurei, A., & Campbell, M. (2016). Manaakitia te paharakeke: an insight into the daily operational challenges facing Te Whakaruruhau. Hamilton, New Zealand: Societies and Cultures, School of Social Sciences, University of Waikato. Open Access version: hdl:10289/10621
Chambers, J., & Campbell, M. (2016). Pricing the priceless child: Measuring the benefit of saving children's lives. New Zealand Sociology: Special Issue: Waikato Conference, 31(5), 73-87.
Campbell, M., Barnes, J., & Schmidt, J. (2016). New Zealand Sociology: Special Issue Waikato Conference. New Zealand Sociology, AUT University, Department of Social Sciences, 1-157.