Research Publications for Albert Kuruvila

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  • Kuruvila, A. (2021). There's no such thing as race, but racism is real: Panel discussion. In University of Waikato, Tauranga, New Zealand.

  • Kuruvila, A. (2021). Dealing with Diversity: An Inside Job. In Bay of Plenty District Health Board Psychosocial Forum, Tauranga.

  • Kuruvila, A. (2020). Workshop on Social Science Research Designs. In Rajagiri College of Social Sciences(Autonomous), Kerala, India.

  • Kuruvila, A. (2020). Modern-day slavery: Patterns of Indian migrant exploitation in New Zealand. In Dyuti 2020: Conference on Migration. Conference held at Rajagiri College of Social Sciences, Kerala, India.

  • Kuruvila, A. (2017). Management of non-profit social service organisations in Aotearoa New Zealand. (PhD Thesis, University of Canterbury). Retrieved from

  • Hunt, S. M., Tregurtha, M., Kuruvila, A., Lowe, S., & Smith, K. (2017). Transition to professional social work practice: The first three years. Advances in Social Work and Welfare Education, 19(2), 139-154.

  • Frielick, S., Keegan, T. T. A., Campbell, A., Kuruvila, A., & McIsaac, J. (2017). Professional recognition of tertiary teaching - a connected teacher panel. In LEARNFest 2017, Waikato University.

  • Hunt, S. M., Lowe, S., Smith, K., Kuruvila, A., & Webber-Dreadon, E. (2016). Transition to professional social work practice: the initial year. Advances in Social Work & Welfare Education, 18(1), 55-71.

  • Hunt, S., Lowe, S., Smith, K., Kuruvila, A., & Webber-Dreadon, E. (2016). So you completed your BSW, what happened next? A Bachelor of Social Work graduate outcome and readiness for practice longitudinal study. In Bay of Plenty Branch of the Aotearoa New Zealand Association of Social Workers: AGM & Symposium: Resistance & Resilience in Social Work Practice. Symposium held at Mount Maunganui, Bay of Plenty, New Zealand.

  • Kuruvila, A. (2016). NGOs: Are they going to survive or not?. In Curiosity Research Symposium: Innovation in the Bay. Symposium held at Waiariki Bay of Plenty Polytechnic, New Zealand.

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