Recent Member Publications

If you are a SAANZ member and have a recent publication, email with the details. Members’ names are in bold.

Dew, K. & Donovan, S. (Eds) (2023). Encyclopedia of Health Research in the Social Sciences. Edward Elgar Publishing.

Dew, K., & Liyanagunawardena, S. (2023). Traditional Medicine and Global Public Health. In P. Liamputtong (Ed.), Handbook of Social Sciences and Global Public Health. Springer.

Friedlander, A. (2023). Menstrual tracking, fitness tracking and body work: Digital tracking tools and their use in optimising health, beauty, wellness and the aesthetic self. Youth, 3(2), 689-701.

Gahan, L., Seed, C. R. , Hammoud, M. A. , Prestage, G., Hoad, V. C., Kaldor, J. M. (2023). Perceived risk of HIV transmission by blood transfusion among gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men (gbMSM) in Australia. Transfusion, 1–10.

Gibbons, A. E., Pedlar, C., Varner, H. K. et. al (2024). Moving from ethnic exclusions to cultural safety: how is athlete ethnicity discussed in research on menstrual health in sports? A scoping review. British Journal of Sports Medicine, Published Online First. doi:10.1136/bjsports-2023-107449

Hayden, P., & el-Ojeili, C. (Eds.). (2023). The anthem companion to Immanuel Wallerstein. Anthem Press. Information sheet here.

Johnstone, L., & Gilbert, J. (2023). The Experiences of the Managed: case management in the Aotearoa New Zealand prison system. Policy Quarterly, 19(4), 34-45. Paper here.

Karki J., Matthewman, S. & Grayman, J. H. (2022). From goods to goats: Examining post-disaster livelihood recovery in the aftermath of the Nepal earthquake 2015. Natural Hazards, 114, 3787- 809.

Karki J., Matthewman, S. & Grayman, J. H. (2022). Paranirvar Mānis (Dependent People)? Rethinking humanitarian dependency syndrome: A Bourdieusian perspective.  Disasters. Advance online publication.

Karki J., Matthewman, S. & Grayman, J. H. (2022). Rahat-sabayon (relief support): Examining disaster emergency response in the aftermath of the Nepal Earthquake 2015. Disaster Prevention and Management, 31(5), 494-507.

Kemper, J. A., Kapetanaki, A. B., Spotswood, F., Roy, R., Hassen, H., Uzoigwe, A. G., & Fifita, I. M. (2023). Food practices adaptation: Exploring the coping strategies of low-socioeconomic status families in times of disruption. Appetite, 106553.

Liyanagunawardena, S. (2023). Wrangling for health: Moving beyond ‘tinkering’ to struggling against the odds. Social Science & Medicine, 320, 115725.

Loveridge, J., Wood, B. E., Davis-Rae, E. & McRae, H. (2023). Ethical challenges in participatory research with children and youth. Qualitative Research, online iFirst 2023.

McLeay, R., Powell, D. and Cohen, B. M. Z. (2023). Young people’s voices on emotions: A narrative inquiry. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education.

McMillan, C. (2023). Cricket, Capitalism and Class: From the Village Green to the Cricket Industry. Routledge. [website]

Nguyen-Trung, K., Matthewman, S. & Uekusa, S. (2023). Understanding risk-taking behaviours through the Practice-Oriented Risk Habitus and Multiple-Capital Model (P-HAC): A case study of disaster-prone farmers. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 91:103699.

Oliveira, G. & Wood, B. E. (2023). Social Sciences Education in New Zealand Schools. In Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Education. Oxford University Press.

Roy, R., Greaves, L., Fenaughty, J., Fleming, T., & Clark, T. (2023). Mental health and wellbeing for young people from intersectional identity groups: Inequity for Māori, Pacific, Rainbow young people, and those with a disabling condition. New Zealand Journal of Psychology, 52(1), 25-40.

Salter L., Roy R., Oldfield L., & Simpson A. (2023). Exclusion and inaction: Academic precariat experiences of union representation in Aotearoa New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Employment Relations 47(1), 59-80.

Showden, C.R., Barker-Clarke, E., Sligo, J. & Nairn, K. (2023). The Connective is Communal: Hybrid Activism in Online and Offline Spaces. Social Movement Studies

Simpson, A. B., Salter, L. A., Roy, R., Oldfield, L. D., & Simpson, A. D. J. (2023). Less talk, more action: (Re)organising universities in Aotearoa New Zealand. Learning and Teaching, 16 (2), 100–118.

Terruhn, J., & Cassim, S. (Eds.). (2023). Transforming the politics of mobility and migration in Aotearoa New Zealand. Anthem Press. Book details here

Uekusa, S. (2023). Reflections on post-pandemic university teaching, the corresponding digitalisation of education and the lecture attendance crisis. New Zealand Geographer, 1-6 (online first).

Uekusa, S. & Lee, S. (2023). “Exploring the role of language ideology in disaster contexts: Case study of the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami”. International Journal of the Sociology of Language, 2023(284): 37-57.

Uekusa, S. & Matthewman, S. (2022). The limits of resilience: A discussion of resilience from the perspective of critical disaster studies. Australasian Journal of Disaster and Trauma Studies, 26(3), 117-130.

Uekusa, S. & Matthewman, S. (2023). Disaster linguicism as deprivation of the victims’ LHRs. In T. Skutnabb-Kangas & R. Phillipson (Eds.), Handbook of Linguistic Human Rights (pp.639-647). Wiley-Blackwell.

Uekusa, S. & Matthewman, S. (2023). Preparing multilingual disaster communication for the crises of tomorrow: A conceptual discussion. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 87, 103589.

Waitoki, W., Tan, K., Roy, R., Hamley, L. & Collins, F. L. (2024) A critical race analysis of Māori representation in university strategic documents in Aotearoa New Zealand, Race Ethnicity and Education

Wood, B. E. (2022). Belonging to the nation: Negotiating narratives of national identity in Aotearoa New Zealand. Political Geography, 99, 102790.

Wood, B. E. (2022). Youth citizenship: Expanding conceptions of the young citizen. Geography Compass, 16(12), e12669.

Wood, B. E. & Ristow, B. (2022). Everyday talk: Self-directed peer focus groups with diverse youth. International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 1-15.