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Anaru Eketone

eketoneMCApSc DPH DipSCWk CertHProm (Otago)

Senior Lecturer in Social Work

Contact Details

Room G07, 280 Leith Walk
Phone 64 3 479 5051
Email anaru.eketone@otago.ac.nz

Anaru Eketone is from the Ngāti Maniapoto and Waikato Iwi and is a Senior Lecturer in Social Work at the University of Otago. Anaru has a background in youth work, community development, social work and health promotion. While his primary research interests are in contemporary Māori economic and social development, he also has an interest on the impact of religious movements in his tribal area and their impact on Māori economic and social development.

Teaching

I co-ordinate and teach:
SOWK 236 The Treaty and Social Services
SOWK 304 Kaupapa Māori, and Indigenous Approaches to Social Work
SOWK 515 Iwi Social Services I - Contextual Issues

I teach sections of:
SOWK 111 Working with People: The New Zealand Context

Postgraduate Supervision

Kaupapa Māori
Māori community development
Māori economic and social development

Current and Recent Students

Vicki Murray MSW

How do ancestral sites contribute to the supervisory experience in cultural and professional social work supervision?

Lisa-Marie King MSW

The role and application of tribal narrative to the development of a Maori collectives' practice framework and its possibilities for conscientisation

Shona Kapea-Maslin MSW

Kaupapa Māori: Fact or Fiction

Ana Beaton MSW

Tahuri Atu Mentoring Programme

Sharon Schwalger MSW

Long term psychiatric patients

Awhina Hollis PhD

Māori Social Workers: Experiences within social services organisations

Justine Camp MCApSc

Social Impact of Type II Diabetes

Vanessa Poihipi MSCW

Seeing Iwi Māori, Being Iwi Māori

Tala Aionon-Faletolu MSW

Assumed Voices of Samoa

Sally Marshall MSW

Weaving and Healing with Whanau

Awhina Hollis MA

Puaoteatatu and Māori Social Work Methods

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Publications

Eketone, A., & Walker, S. (2013). Kaupapa Māori social work research. In M. Gray, J. Coates, M. Yellow Bird & T. Hetherington (Eds.), Decolonizing social work. (pp. 259-270). Farnham, UK: Ashgate.

Eketone, A. (2012). The purposes of cultural supervision. Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work, 24(3&4), 20-30.

Walker, S., & Eketone, A. (2014). Biculturalism as an approach to social work. In L. H. Kee, J. Martin & R. Ow (Eds.), Cross-cultural social work: Local and global. (pp. 67-85). Melbourne, Australia: Palgrave Macmillan.

Eketone, A. (2013). Māori development and Māori communities. In J. Aimers & P. Walker (Eds.), Community development: Insights for practice in Aotearoa New Zealand. (pp. 185-197). Auckland, New Zealand: Dunmore.

Eketone, A. (2013). Māori concepts for social and community work. Scope: Kaupapa Kai Tahu, 2, 33-43.

Chapter in Book - Research

Walker, S., & Eketone, A. (2014). Biculturalism as an approach to social work. In L. H. Kee, J. Martin & R. Ow (Eds.), Cross-cultural social work: Local and global. (pp. 67-85). Melbourne, Australia: Palgrave Macmillan.

Eketone, A., & Walker, S. (2013). Kaupapa Māori social work research. In M. Gray, J. Coates, M. Yellow Bird & T. Hetherington (Eds.), Decolonizing social work. (pp. 259-270). Farnham, UK: Ashgate.

Eketone, A. (2013). Māori development and Māori communities. In J. Aimers & P. Walker (Eds.), Community development: Insights for practice in Aotearoa New Zealand. (pp. 185-197). Auckland, New Zealand: Dunmore.

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Journal - Research Article

Eketone, A. (2012). The purposes of cultural supervision. Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work, 24(3&4), 20-30.

Eketone, A. (2008). Male relationship building that makes women roll their eyes: Implications for social work. Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work, 4, 41-45.

Eketone, A. (2008). Theoretical underpinnings of Kaupapa Māori directed practice. MAI Review, 1. Retrieved from http://ojs.review.mai.ac.nz/index.php/MR/issue/view/9

Eketone, A. (2006). Tapuwae: A vehicle for community change. Community Development Journal, 41(4), 467-480.

Eketone, A., Routledge, R., & Shannon, P. (2006). Community development in Aotearoa/New Zealand. New Community Quarterly, 4(1), 43-46.

Walker, S., Eketone, A., & Gibbs, A. (2006). An exploration of kaupapa Maori research, its principles, processes and applications. International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 9(4), 331-344.

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Journal - Research Other

Eketone, A. (2013). Māori concepts for social and community work. Scope: Kaupapa Kai Tahu, 2, 33-43.

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Conference Contribution - Published proceedings: Abstract

Eketone, A. D. (2009). Principles in Maori health promotion. Proceedings of the New Zealand Public Health Association Annual Conference: Research & Values: The Underpinnings of Public Health Practice. (pp. 46). Retrieved from http://www.pha.org.nz/phaconference.html

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Conference Contribution - Verbal presentation and other Conference outputs

Walker, S., & Eketone, A. (2011, August). Team teaching. Verbal presentation at the Hui Poutama: Māori Research Symposium: Past Present Future: Ka Haere Whakamua, Ka Titiro Whakamuri, Dunedin, New Zealand.

Eketone, A. D. (2011, August). Mau Rakau and identity. Verbal presentation at the Hui Poutama: Māori Research Symposium: Past Present Future: Ka Haere Whakamua, Ka Titiro Whakamuri, Dunedin, New Zealand.

Eketone, A., & Walker, S. (2011, June). Teaching the Treaty and Māori competencies. Verbal presentation at the Māori Competencies and Treaty Education in Professional Practice Research Group Symposium, Dunedin, New Zealand.

Eketone, A. (2008, July). Using the ABCD evaluation framework with Mäori organisations in Dunedin. Verbal presentation at the Aotearoa New Zealand Evaluation Association Conference, Rotorua, New Zealand.

Walker, S., Walker, P., & Eketone, A. (2006, August-September). “We can be equal as long as you'll be like me”: Theory into practice: Biculturalism and social work practice (in a multicultural context). Verbal presentation at the 33rd International Congress of Schools of Social Work, Santiago, Chile.

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