Folgen
C. M. Matika
C. M. Matika
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei aucklanduni.ac.nz
Titel
Zitiert von
Zitiert von
Jahr
The diversity and prevalence of sexual orientation self-labels in a New Zealand national sample
LM Greaves, FK Barlow, CHJ Lee, CM Matika, W Wang, CJ Lindsay, ...
Archives of Sexual Behavior 46, 1325-1336, 2017
682017
Cultural Efficacy Predicts Increased Self Esteem for Māori: The Mediating Effect of Rumination.
CM Matika, S Manuela, E Muriwai, CA Houkamau, CG Sibley
New Zealand Journal of Psychology 46 (3), 2017
282017
Māori and Pasifika language, identity, and wellbeing in Aotearoa New Zealand
CM Matika, S Manuela, CA Houkamau, CG Sibley
Kōtuitui: New Zealand Journal of Social Sciences Online 16 (2), 396-418, 2021
272021
The multidimensional model of Māori identity and cultural engagement: Measurement equivalence across diverse Māori groups
L Greaves, S Manuela, E Muriwai, L Cowie, C Lindsay, C Matika, ...
John Fitzgerald 46 (1), 2017
182017
The revised multidimensional model of Māori identity and cultural engagement (MMM-ICE3)
C Matika, CA Houkamau, C Sibley
NZ J Psychol 49 (2), 59-71, 2020
112020
Rates of cyberbullying among women and men in New Zealand in 2015
H Steiner-Fox
APO: Analysis & Policy Observatory, 2016
42016
SUPPORT FOR TEACHING TE REO MÄORI IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS
CM Matika, CA Houkamau, CG Sibley
32021
New Zealand’s Waitangi Day divided? Support for national Day predicts in-group and out-group warmth for Pākehā but only in-group warmth for Māori
CM Matika, CA Houkamau, CG Sibley
International Journal of Intercultural Relations 80, 64-77, 2021
22021
He tā kākahu e kitea, he tā ngākau e kore e kitea: Quantitative perspectives of Māori identity, language, and (disruption of) Waitangi Day narratives in Aotearoa New Zealand
CM Matika
PhD Thesis-University of Auckland, 2023
12023
Corrigendum to: The Diversity and Prevalence of Sexual Orientation Self-Labels in a New Zealand National Sample (Greaves et al., 2017)
LM Greaves, FK Barlow, CHJ Lee, CM Matika, W Wang, CJ Lindsay, ...
Archives of Sexual Behavior 46, 2209-2210, 2017
2017
Support for Learning Te Reo Māori Increased from 2009-2015: Analysis of Data from the New Zealand Attitudes and Values Study
C Matika, C Houkamau, C Sibley
The University of Auckland/NZAVS, 2016
2016
Demographics factors associated with support for Te Reo Māori: Analysis of Data from the New Zealand Attitudes and Values Study
C Matika, C Houkamau, C Sibley
The University of Auckland/NZAVS, 2016
2016
Das System kann den Vorgang jetzt nicht ausführen. Versuchen Sie es später erneut.
Artikel 1–12