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Dr Mohi Rua

Senior Lecturer; Community, Maori, Indigenous & Social Psychology

Qualifications: PhD (Psychology); PGDipPsyc (Comm); MSocSc

Iwi: Ngai Tūhoe, Ngāti Awa, Ngāti Whakaue

(mohi.rua@waikato.ac.nz)

About Mohi

Research interest in Community, Maori, Social and Indigenous Psychology.

Recent Publications

  • Lee-Morgan, J., Rua, M., Dennis, H., Te Nana, R., & Hoskins, R. (2019). Te Manaaki o te marae: Supporting the wellbeing of homeless whānau into sustainable tenancies. In He Au Honua: Indigenous Research Conference. Maui, Hawaiʻi.

  • Rua, M., & Te Nana, R. (2019). Whānau Talk Story of transformation: Experiences of whanau kainga kore with Te Puea Marae’s ‘Manaaki Tangata Programme’. In Inspiring Innovations Wananga. Auckland, New Zealand.

  • Sonn, C. C., Rua, M. R., & Quayle, A. F. (2019). Decolonising applied social psychology: Culture, indigeneity and coloniality. In K. C. O'Doherty, & D. Hodgetts (Eds.), The SAGE Handbook of Applied Social Psychology (pp. 39-57). UK: SAGE.

  • Rua, M., Stolte, O., Neha, E., Hodgetts, D., Chamberlain, K., Cochrane, B., . . . Karapu, R. (2019). From ‘at risk’ individuals to whānau flourishing: Contextualised understandings of Māori precarity in Aotearoa. In Native American and Indigenous Studies (NAISA) Annual Meeting. University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.

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Contact Details

Email: mohi.rua@waikato.ac.nz
Room: K1.01
Phone: 9213