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NZs Regions and CommunitiesNew Zealand's regions and communities
(A regionally and ethnically diverse New Zealand)

This research theme will concentrate on the sub-national dimensions of demographic, social and economic transformation, the dynamics and implications of which are not uniformly unfolding across the country. Projects will include:

  • regional shifts from natural population growth to decline
  • associated work and settlement patterns
  • changing role of Auckland in New Zealand’s society and economy
  • changing ethnic composition of the population and the special role of Maori within it
  • settlement and integration of immigrants, including second and third generation immigrants
  • implications for land and resource use as well as for the built environment.

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Making Active Ageing A Reality Making Active Ageing A Reality: Maximising Participation and Contribution by Older People 2014
Peggy Koopman-Boyden, Michael P. Cameron, Judith Davey, Margaret Richardson

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