Publications

 


Publications

Waldegrave, C., King, P., Urbanova, M. (2018) Report of the measurement review for a New Zealand living wage. Wellington: Family Centre Social Policy Research Unit

Waldegrave, C., King, P., Maniapoto, M., Tamasese, K., Parsons, L. &  Sullivan, G. (2016) "Relational Resilience in Maori, Pacific, and European Sole Parent Families: From Theory and Research to Social Policy."  Family Process. 55:673-688. 

King, P. (2016) "Setting the New Zealand Living Wage: Complexities and Practicalities."  Labour & Industry: a journal of the social and economic relations of work, 26(1):8-23. http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/WiDDuGcBiIne54cRVwsg/full

King, P. & Waldegrave, C. (2015) Analysis of Data for Young People in the Wairarapa Social Sector Trial (SST) for Snapshots and Mapping: Recent data on truancy, offending, drug and alcohol abuse, risky sexual behaviour and participation in education, training and employment. A report prepared for the Wairarapa Social Sector Trial Advisory Group. Wellington: Family Centre Social Policy Research Unit.

Waldegrave, C. & King, P. (2015) Report of Survey Interviews held with Representatives of Service and Educational Organisations for the Wairarapa Social Sector Trial (SST) Snapshots and Mapping. A report prepared for the Wairarapa Social Sector Trial Advisory Group. Wellington: Family Centre Social Policy Research Unit.

Waldegrave, C. & King, P. (2015) Overall Synthesis Combined Summary Report for the Wairarapa Social Sector Trial (SST): Snapshots and Mapping. A report prepared for the Wairarapa Social Sector Trial Advisory Group. Wellington: Family Centre Social Policy Research Unit.

Waldegrave, C. & King, P. (2015) Report of Survey Interviews and Focus Groups held with Young People for the Wairarapa Social Sector Trial (SST) Snapshots and Mapping. A report prepared for the Wairarapa Social Sector Trial Advisory Group. Wellington: Family Centre Social Policy Research Unit.

King, P. and Waldegrave. C. (2014) Living wage Aotearoa New Zealand 2014 update. Commissioned by the Living Wage Aotearoa Campaign.

King, P. (2014). Treatment of income data from the 2012 survey wave.  Technical report from the New Zealand Longitudinal Study of Ageing.  Wellington: Family Centre Social Policy Research Unit.

King, P. (2014). Application of the ICECAP-A measure. Summary report for the New Zealand Longitudinal Study of Ageing. Wellington: Family Centre Social Policy Research Unit.

King, P. and Waldegrave. C. (2012) Report of an investigation into defining a living wage for New Zealand. Report for the Living Wage Campaign.

Waldegrave, C.; King, P.; Rowe, E. (2012) Aucklanders 50 and over: A health, social and demographic summary analysis of the life experiences of older Aucklanders. Report for the Auckland Council.
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Waldegrave, C., King, P., Maniapoto, M., Tamasese, T. K., Parsons, T.L., and Sullivan, G. (2011) Resilience In Sole Parent Families: A Qualitative Study Of Relational Resilience In Maori, Pacific And Pakeha Sole Parent Families. A Report by the Family Centre Social Policy Research Unit for the Foundation for Research Science and Technology funded Resilience in Vulnerable Sole Parent Families Research Programme.

King, P., Maniapoto, M., Tamasese, T. K., Parsons, T. L., and Waldegrave, C. (2010) Socio-cultural Factors Associated with Food Security and Physical Activity for Māori and Pacific People in Aotearoa New Zealand: A Report by the Family Centre Social Policy Research Unit for the New Zealand Ministry of Health and the Health Research Council of New Zealand.  Lower Hutt: The Family Centre Social Policy Research Unit.

King, P. (2010) “Chapter 9: Safety.” In Midlife New Zealanders aged 45 to 64 Year in 2008 Enhancing Wellbeing in an Ageing Society, Eds., Waldegrave, C and Koopman-Boyden, P. Hamilton and Lower Hutt: Population Studies Centre University of Waikato and Family Centre Social Policy Research Unit.

King, P. (2010) “Chapter 6: Rights and Entitlements.” In Midlife New Zealanders aged 45 to 64 Year in 2008 Enhancing Wellbeing in an Ageing Society, Eds., Waldegrave, C and Koopman-Boyden, P. Hamilton and Lower Hutt: Population Studies Centre, University of Waikato and Family Centre Social Policy Research Unit.

King, P. (2010) “Introduction.” In Midlife New Zealanders aged 45 to 64 Year in 2008 Enhancing Wellbeing in an Ageing Society, Eds., Waldegrave, C and Koopman-Boyden, P. Hamilton and Lower Hutt: Population Studies Centre, University of Waikato and Family Centre Social Policy Research Unit.

King, P. (2009) “Chapter 11: Safety.” In Enhancing Wellbeing in an Ageing Society: 65 to 84 Year Old New Zealanders in 2007, Eds., Koopman-Boyden, P and Waldegrave, C. Hamilton and Lower Hutt: Population Studies Centre University of Waikato and Family Centre Social Policy Research Unit.

King, P. (2009) “Chapter 8: Rights and Entitlements.” In Enhancing Wellbeing in an Ageing Society: 65 to 84 Year Old New Zealanders in 2007, Eds., Koopman-Boyden, P and Waldegrave, C. Hamilton and Lower Hutt: Population Studies Centre, University of Waikato and Family Centre Social Policy Research Unit.

King, P. and Waldegrave, C. (2009) “Chapter 2: Theoretical Background.” In Enhancing Wellbeing in an Ageing Society: 65 to 84 Year Old New Zealanders in 2007, Eds., Koopman-Boyden, P and Waldegrave, C. Hamilton and Lower Hutt: Population Studies Centre, University of Waikato and Family Centre Social Policy Research Unit.

King, P. (2007) “The Concept of Wellbeing and its Application in a Study of Ageing in Aotearoa New Zealand” EWAS Working Paper 8.  The Family Centre Social Policy Research Unit and Population Studies Centre, University of Waikato. http://www.ewas.net.nz/Publications/filesEWAS/Conceptualising%20wellbeing.pdf

Waldegrave, C., King, P., Walker, T., Fitzgerald, E. (2006) Māori Housing Experiences: Emerging Trends and Issues.  Wellington: Centre for Housing Research Aotearoa New Zealand.

Salmond, C., Crampton, P., King, P. and Waldegrave C (2006) “NZiDep: A New Zealand Index of Socioeconomic Deprivation for Individuals” Social Science and Medicine, Vol 62 (6), March, pp Pages 1474-1485

Salmond, C.; King, P.; Crampton, P. and Waldegrave, C. (2005) NZiDep: A New Zealand Index of Socioeconomic Deprivation for Individuals. Wellington: University of Otago and The Family Centre Social Policy Research Unit. Symbol for Adobe PDF filepdf (6.7 mb) zip (911 kb)

Russell, M., King, P., Norris, P., Field, B., and Stace, H. (2005) Information Matters: How do consumers find out about pharmaceuticals? Report to the Ministry of Health, November 2004.  Wellington: Ministry of Health.

Waldegrave, C., King P. and Stephens R. (2004) “Changing Housing Policies, Poverty and Health” in Howden-Chapman, P and Carroll, P, eds. Housing and Health: Research, Policy and Innovation.  Wellington: Steele Roberts.

King, P. and Waldegrave C. (2003) “Social Capital, Social Networks, and Access to Employment.” New Zealand Population Review. 29(1).

King, P. and Waldegrave C. (2003) “Social Capital, Social Networks, and Access to Employment in Aotearoa New Zealand.” Horizons. 6(3).
http://www.policyresearch.gc.ca/page.asp?pagenm=v6n3_art_04

Waldegrave, C., Stephens, R. and King, P. (2003) “Gauging New Zealand’s success at Poverty Reduction in the New Millennium.” Australian Journal of Social Issues. 38(4): 433-463.

Waldegrave, C., Stephens, R., and King, P. (2003) “Assessing the Progress on Poverty Reduction.” Social Policy Journal of New Zealand. 20 (June). http://www.msd.govt.nz/documents/publications/msd/journal/issue20/20-pages197-222.pdf

Tamasese, K., Waldegrave, C. and King, P. (2000) A Review of Lottery Responsiveness to Pacific Community Groups:  A Pacific Cultural Audit of the Lottery Grants Board. Wellington: The Ministry of Internal Affairs

Tamasese, K., King, P. and Waldegrave, C. (2000) “Use of Section 16 by Pacific Peoples: Case Studies Seven to Nine.” In Speaking about Cultural Background at Sentencing: Section 16 of the Criminal Justice Act. Wellington: Ministry of Justice.

Waldegrave, C., King, P. and Stuart, S. (1999) The Monetary Constraints and Consumer Behaviour in New Zealand Low Income Households.  The Family Centre Social Policy Research Unit: Lower Hutt.

King, P. (1999) “Land tenure and atoll society in Kiribati: the case of Kuma village. In Towards Sustainable Development in the Pacific. Editors, John Overton and Regina Scheyvens. London: Zed Books.

King, P. and Campbell, S. (1997) Rawa Taiao: the directory of Landcare Research’s information sources. Spatial Land Information Team, Manaaki Whenua – Landcare Research.

King, P. (1997) Land and Lineage: the Articulation of Social and Physical Space in an AtollVillage. PhD Thesis. Palmerston North: Massey University. http://muir.massey.ac.nz/bitstream/10179/1306/1/02_whole.pdf

Ponter, B. and King, P. (1995) General bibliography on sustainable integrated rural development. Inter-institutional Linkages Programme and Institute of Development Studies, Massey University.

King, P. (1995) “The ecological significance of Bourdieu’s ‘field’ and ‘habitus’: towards an integration of ecology and practice theory.” New Zealand Sociology, 10(2): 214-241.

CONFERENCE AND WORKSHOP PRESENTATIONS

King, P. (2015) Setting the New Zealand Living Wage: Complexities and Practicalities.  Paper presented to the AIRAANZ Conference 2015. University of Auckland, February 3 to 5 2015.

King, P. (2013) Identifying the level of a living wage for New Zealand.  Paper presented to the OHS Symposium: Precarious Work and the Living Wage in our Communities. Auckland University of Technology, February 14 to 15 2013.

King, P. (2012) Living Standards and Wellbeing: Results from the NZLSA 2010 postal survey. Presentation to the NZLSA 2012 Wellington Policy Seminar: Findings and Policy Implications, Victoria University of Wellington, June 28th 2012.

King, P. (2012) Wellbeing as a capabilities based accomplishment rather than a state of mind. Paper presented at the Wellbeing and Public Policy Conference, Victoria University of Wellington, June 13-15th 2012

Waldegrave, C., King, P., O’Shea, E., and Bartlam, B. (2009) “Living standards and wellbeing among older people.”  Symposium at the 19th IAGG World Congress of Gerontology and Geriatrics, Paris, 5-9 July, 2009.

King, P. (2009) “Perception and experience of safety among older New Zealanders: Implications for wellbeing and social inclusion.” Paper presentation at the 19th IAGG World Congress of Gerontology and Geriatrics, Paris, 5-9 July, 2009.

King, P., Maniapoto, M., Tamasese, K., and Waldegrave, C. (2008) “Examining socio-cultural factors underlying food security and physical activity for Māori and Pacific people.” Keynote 4. HEHA Research, Evaluation and Monitoring Conference, 3-4 November, 2008, Te Papa, Wellington.

Waldegrave, C. and King, P. (2008) “Wellbeing, Needs and Capabilities: Findings from Stakeholder Consultations and Stakeholder-led Case Studies in Ageing Research.” Paper presented at the Pathways, Circuits and Crossroads Conference, Wellington, 9-11 June, 2008.

Waldegrave, C. and King, P. (2007) “EWAS Case Studies and End-user Links.” Paper presented at the New Zealand Association of Gerontology Conference, Waikato University, 14-16 November, 2007.

King, P. (2006) “The Concept of Wellbeing and its Application in the EWAS Study of Ageing in Aotearoa New Zealand.”  Paper presented at the Ageing in New Zealand: Reporting Research Progress Conference.  13 November 2006, Te Papa, Wellington.

King, P. (2006) “Social Capital, Social Networks, and Employment.” Paper presented at the XVI World Congress of Sociology, Durban, South Africa, July 23-29, 2006.

Hillcoat-Nalletamby, S. and King P. (2005) “Enhancing Wellbeing in an Ageing Society (EWAS): An Overview.”  Paper presented to: On the frontiers: New public good research on population, migration and community dynamics, a FRST end-users’ conference.  30th March – 1st April 2005, Victoria University of Wellington, Law School Annex.

King, P., Waldegrave, C., Crampton P., and Salmond, C. (2004) “NZiDep: An Index of Relative Socio-economic Deprivation for Individuals.”  Paper presented at the Conference of the Sociological Association of Aotearoa New Zealand.  Victoria University, Wellington, November 2004.

King.P. (2004) “Social Capital, Social Networks and Employment.” Paper presented to the Social Policy Research and Evaluation Conference, Wellington, 25-26 November, 2004.

Salmond, C. (presenter), Crampton, P., King, P. (presenter), Waldegrave, C. (2003) A new approach to measuring relative socioeconomic position.  Ministry of Social development-sponsored conference on Connecting Policy Research and Practice, Wellington, April 29-30, 2003

King, P. (2003) “Social Capital, Social Networks, and Access to Employment:  Investigating the constraints upon labour market participation experienced by single women and men presently living at or below the poverty threshold”  Paper presented to the Social Policy Research and Evaluation Conference, Wellington, 29-30 April, 2003.

Salmond, C., King, P. (presenters) (2003). NZDep and beyond. Presentation to Ministry of Social Development-sponsored workshop on Measuring Well-being, Wellington, March 21, 2003.

King, P. (2002) “The Ecological Significance of Bourdieu’s “Field” and “Habitus”.  Paper presented at the XV World Congress of Sociology, Brisbane, Australia, July 7-13, 2002.

King, P. (1995) "Land lineage and gender: the articulation of social space and physical space in an atoll village." Paper presented at the Conference of the Sociological Association of Aotearoa New Zealand, Christchurch, 1995.

King, P. (1993) "Towards a sociological framework for addressing the question of development and the environment in terms of social practice." Paper presented at the Conference of the Sociological Association of Aotearoa New Zealand, Auckland, 1993.


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