Dr Neville R Robertson
Qualifications: BA Cant, MSocSc, DipPsych(Com), PhD Waikato
I teach in the Community Psychologyprogramme. I have a particular interest in domestic violence and child abuse, an area in which I have worked for 30 years as a researcher, as a practitioner (facilitating groups for men who batter) and consultant (providing training and advice to agencies).
Crime; Gender; Psychology; Treaty of Waitangi; Violence; Women and Gender Studies
Domestic violence and child abuse; Community psychology.
As a community psychologist, I have a strong preference for applied research on community issues, particularly those in which issues of social justice are at stake. This includes programme evaluation - research which helps the development of social services and assesses their effectiveness. I am particularly interested in community and institutional responses to violence against women and children.
Lorigan, T., Snell, D., & Robertson, N. (2016). Sex, drugs and smashing skulls: Violence, gender, and hyper-masculinity in a gang community of practice. The Australian Community Psychologist, 28(1), 9-23.
Payne, P., & Robertson, N. (2015). A formative evaluation of the Waikato Family Safe Network Pilot (Report for Family Safe Network). Hamilton, New Zealand: University of Waikato. Open Access version: hdl:10289/9629
Robertson, N. R., Somasekhar, S., Gee, L. J. -L., & Gosche, J. (2015). Domestic violence in the context of immigration: Current research and implications for services. In DHB Clinical Training Room, Cameron Road, Tauranga, New Zealand.
Masters-Awatere, B., Nikora, L., & Robertson, N. (2015). An excluded worldview: Kaupapa Māori programmes and external evaluations. In New Zealand Psychological Society Annual Conference: Te Ao Tūroa: The World in Front of Us. Conference held at University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.
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