Nga Tūmanakotanga

Journal Articles

Butcher, L. Day, A., Malvaso, C., & Fernandez, M.  (under review). Applying models of leadership to Youth Justice reform. Youth Justice. 15 Feb 23

Malvaso, C, Day, A., Boyd, C., Hawkins, K., & Pilkington, R. (under review). Outcomes and indicators of trauma informed practice. Frontiers in Psychology. 2 Feb 23

De Vel Palumbo, M., Halsey, M., & Day, A. (in press).  Assisted desistance in correctional centres: From theory to practice. Criminal Justice and Behavior

Day, A., Newton, D., & Tamatea, A. (2023). A Scoping Review of Family Focussed Interventions to Prevent Prison Violence. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 67(2–3), 151–163.

Day, A., Malvaso, C. G., Butcher, L., O’Connor, J., & McLachlan, K. (2023). Coproducing trauma-informed Youth Justice in Australia? Safer Communities, Vol. 22 No. 2, pp. 106-120.

McVilly, K., McCarthy, M., Day, A., Birgden, A., & Malvaso, C. (2023). Identifying and responding to disability in young people in the youth justice system. Psychiatry Psychology and Law. DOI: 10.1080/13218719.2022.2124548

Day, A., Daffern, M., Woldgabreal, Y., & Currie-Powell, N. (2022). Rehabilitative progress in prison: Some challenges and possibilities. Aggression and Violent Behavior. 67, pp. 1- 8.

Brabyn, L. Day, A., Grace R. and Tamatea, A. (2023). Understanding Prison Violence in Aotearoa New Zealand using Machine Learning. New Zealand Geographer.

Dziewanski, D. and Henry, R. (2022). Comparative Analysis of Coloured Gangs in Cape Town and Indigenous Gangs on Canada’s Prairies: Connecting Localized Opposition to Globalized Grievances Through Street Culture. Critical Criminology. 31, 239–258 (2023).

Day, A., & Malvaso, C. (2021). Researching Adverse Childhood Experiences in the Youth Justice system: Reflections on methodology from a members of a non-Indigenous research team. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology.

Ward, T., Arrigo, B., Barnao, M., Beech, A., Brown, D. A., Cording, J., Day, A., Durrant, R., Gannon, T. A., Hart, S. D., Prescott, D., Strauss-Hughes, A., Tamatea, A., & Taxman, F. (2022). Urgent issues and prospects in correctional rehabilitation practice and research. Legal and Criminological Psychology, 00, 1–26.

Day, A., Newton, D., Cooke, D., & Tamatea, A. (2022). Interventions to prevent violence in prison: A scoping review of the available research evidence. Prison Journal

Day, A., Newton, D., & Tamatea, A. (2021). Family interventions to prevent violence in prison. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology.

Day, A., Tamatea, A., & Geia, L. (2021). Cross cultural practice frameworks. Invited paper for Special Issue on Practice Frameworks, Aggression and Violent Behavior.

Woldgabreal, Y., Day, A., Lloyd, C., & Daffern, M. (accepted 15/10/21). An empirical test of the factor structure and construct validity of the Violence Risk Scale and its measurement invariance across time and cultural groups. Criminal Justice and Behavior.

Day, A., Daffern, M., Polaschek, D., Dunne, A.L., & Senn, A. (2020). The classification of people with a history of interpersonal violence for correctional treatment purposes: Possibilities for a schema-informed approach. Aggression and Violent Behavior

Woldgabreal, Y., Day, A., & Tamatea, A. (2020). Do risk assessments play a role in the enduring 'color line'?. Journal of the International Corrections and Prisons Association.

Cooke, D, J. (2020). Casting light on prison violence: Managing situational risk factors. Journal of the International Corrections and Prisons Association.

Day, A. (2020). Time to stop and smell the roses: On ‘rushing headlong’ into service delivery without really knowing what it is we are doing. Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health.

Books and Book Chapters

Day, A., & Halsey, M. (2022). The relationship between desistance and forensic practice. In C. M. Langton and J. R. Worling (Eds.). The Wiley Handbook of Offender Desistance from Aggression and Crime: Theory, Research, and Evidence-Based Practice. Chichester: Wiley & Sons.

Galouzis, J., Day, A., Ross, S., & Johns, D. (2023). Designing a rehabilitative prison environment. In D. Moran, Y. Jewkes, K.-L. Blount-Hill and V. St.John (Eds.), What Works in Custodial Design?

Walters, M., Kukatai, T., Gonzales, A., & Henry, R., (eds.). (2022). Introduction: Handbook of Indigenous Sociology. In Walters et al., (eds.). Handbook of Indigenous Sociology. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Walters, M., Kukatai, T., Gonzales, A., & Henry, R. (eds.) (2023). Handbook of Indigenous Sociology. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Henry, R. (2023). Indigenizing the Sociology of Gender. In Walters et al., (eds.). Handbook of Indigenous Sociology (Oxford: Oxford University Press).

Henry, R. (2023). Social Systems and the Indigenous Lifeworld: Examining Gerald Vizenor’s Notion of Survivance in Street Lifestyles. In Walters et al., (eds.). Handbook of Indigenous Sociology. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Clifford, A., & Henry, R. (2022). Targets of Assimilation: Indigenous Women’s Experiences of Whitewashing in a Healing Lodge. Reading Sociology 4th Edition.

Cooke, D.J. (2022). Psychopathic Personality Disorder. Cambridge Handbook of Forensic Psychology. Brown, J. & Horwath, M. (Eds.) University of Cambridge Press: Cambridge. (pp. 369-387).

Henry, R. (2022). Survivance and Indigenous Lifeworlds. In Walters et al., (eds.). Handbook of Indigenous Sociology. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Day, A., Woldgabreal, Y., & Butcher, L. (2022). Cultural bias in forensic assessment: Consideration and suggestions. In G. Liell, L. Jones, and M. Fisher (Eds.).Challenging Bias in Forensic Psychological Assessment and Testing. Taylor and Francis.

Day, A., & Halsey, M. (2022). The relationship between desistance and forensic practice. In C. M. Langton and J. R. Worling (Eds.). The Wiley Handbook of Offender Desistance from Aggression and Crime: Theory, Research, and Evidence-Based Practice. Chichester: Wiley & Sons.

Amber, Bev, Chantal, Jazmyne, Faith, Jorgina, and Henry, R. (2022). Indigenous women and street gangs: Survivance narratives. Edmonton: University Alberta Press.

Day, A., Tamatea, A. (2021). The politics of acturial justice and risk assessment. In Sellers, Brian, Arrigo & Bruce (Eds.) The pre-crime society: Crime, culture and control in the unltramodern age. United Kingdom: Bristol University Press.

Day, A., Ross, S., & Polaschek, D. (2021). Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand - challenges and opportunities for the prevention of intimate partner violence. In S. Stith and C. M. Spencer (Eds.), International Perspectives on Intimate Partner Violence: Challenges and Opportunities (Chapter 11). Springer Brief.

Polaschek, D., Day, A., & Hollin, C. (2019). The Wiley International Handbook of Correctional Psychology. New York, NY: Wiley.

Conference Presentations

Henry, R. and Huel, C. (2022). Indigenous Women and Street Gangs. File Hills Treaty Four Justice Symposium, Online

Henry, R. (2022). Collaborative Masculinities. Roundtable, Online.

Brennan-Tupara, N.D. (2021). Towards a descriptive theory of institutional gang violence. Waikato-Waitaha Conference 2021. Online.

Brennan-Tupara, N.D. (2021). Building a descriptive theory of institutional gang violence.  Ara Poutama Aotearoa/Department of Corrections National Training Event 2021, research forum. Online.

Henry, R. & Tamatea, A. (2021). Indigenous Gangs and Prison Violence. International Corrections and Prisons Association, Online.

Henry, R. (2021). Examining Masculinity and Transnational Crime.  United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, Gender Equality Forum. Online.

Tamatea, A. (2021). Between a rock and a soft place: Unpacking complexity in the ecology of prison violence. Te whanake: Understanding prison violence in Aotearoa II, online.

Boer, D., & Tamatea, A. (2021). Culture, colonization, and community: Rethinking the cultural problems with risk assessment. 40th Australian & New Zealand Association of Psychiatry, Psychology and Law Congress, online.

Tamatea, A. (2021). The Production of Aggression: Towards an ecological understanding of prison violence in Aotearoa New Zealand. Australian and New Zealand Evidence Base Policing (ANZSEBP) Conference, online.

Tamatea, A. (2021). Did somebody say ‘prison violence’? Nga Tūmanakotanga and the wicked problem of institutional aggression. Research Forum – Psychological Services National Training Event, online.

Brabyn, L. and Grace, R. (2021). Prison violence: What the data is telling us. Te Whanake, Understanding prison violence in Aotearoa II.

Tamatea, A. (2022). Impact of gangs on reintegration and behaviour change. Introducing the GHRO Evaluation. Gang Harm Reduction Officer (NZ Police) Hui, Maungatapu.

Tamatea, A. (2022). Towards an Ecological Understanding of Prison Violence. Forensic Psychology Student Conference, Victoria University of Wellington. Online.

Tamatea, A. (2022). Understanding prison violence in Aotearoa: An ecological view. Ara Poutama Senior Health Management Bi-Monthly meeting. Wellington, NZ. Online.

Tamatea, A. (2022). Behind the Bars: Understanding troublesome contexts, people, behaviour and knowledge in New Zealand prisons. Te Wānanga o Aotearoa: Education Services – Corrections, National Wānanga. Online

Brabyn, L., Grace, R., & Tamatea, A. (2021). Prison violence and the social environment: A New Zealand case study. International Corrections and Prisons Association Conferenceonline.

Tamatea, A., & Henry, R. (2021). Violence is currency: Understanding gang violence in prison. International Corrections and Prisons Association Conference, online.

Tamatea, A. (2020). Troublesome knowledge and 'troublesome' people: Threshold concepts, transformative learning, and ecological understandings of justice-involved learnersKeynote speech delivered to Dept of Corrections Educators and Trainers’ Central Region Hui, Hamilton.

Tamatea, A., & Day, A. (2019). The interface between risk assessment practices, cultural safety, community support, and human rights and dignity. International Corrections and Prisons Association Conference, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Student Outputs

Astridge Clarke, A. (2022).  Exploring verbal abuse, threats, and assault on prison staff. [Master's thesis, University of Waikato].

Membery, L. (2022). “This is not a riot, it is a protest”: A discourse analysis of prison violence in New Zealand news media. [Master's thesis, University of Waikato].

Rhodes, A. (2022). Self-harm in New Zealand Prisons: Prevalence Rates and Individual and Situational-level Risk Factors. [Master's thesis, University of Canterbury].

Wi Repa, A. (2022). Predictors of prison violence: Using incident characteristics to predict gang and non-gang violence. [Master's thesis, University of Waikato].

Lett, D. (2021). Prototypical gang recruits in New Zealand prisons. [Master's thesis, University of Waikato].