1-page research summaries
Our 1-page research summaries are designed to give you a good overview of our research projects, including the main findings and their relevance to New Zealand.
At CACR we are constantly looking for ways to simplify the passing on of valuable cross-cultural knowledge. With this in mind, we have launched our 1-page Research Summaries which give you a good overview of our research, including the main research findings and how the findings are relevant in the New Zealand environment.
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1-Page research summaries 2020
- How religious beliefs affect attitudes towards others: a study in Yasawa, Fiji
- Social context affects the relationship between intergroup contact and prejudice
- The ethics of anonymity for research in colonised settings
- The impact of therapeutic community rehabilitation for Māori men
1-Page research summaries
- Are migrant families different than New Zealand families?
- Are migrants disadvantaged in the New Zealand job market?
- Bullying among New Zealand youth
- Climate change is awful . . . over there
- Environmental Protection: Short Term Costs, Long Term Benefits
- Ethnic identity exploration among young South Asian immigrants in New Zealand
- From whānau to akomanga: How to use reminiscing in the classroom to improve children's development
- Grounded in experiences: Understanding intergroup contact and prejudice
- History Matters: How historical events in New Zealand have shaped public opinion
- How can New Zealand maintain its low corruption rating?
- How do business practices differ across countries?
- How do cultures differ in their concept of ‘What is Moral?’
- How kinship influences cooperation in Yasawa, Fiji
- How to attract and retain skilled British migrants
- How to improve attitudes towards Asian migrants
- How to improve attitudes towards tourists
- How to improve settlement for international students
- How to increase social cohesion in New Zealand
- How to inspire New Zealanders to tackle climate change
- International students stress and adjustment
- Itching to travel: What drives people to leave New Zealand
- Let's korero (talk): talking about the past among Māori mothers and children
- Not everyone can live in the moment: Variations in time perspective
- Online Racism: How online threaded comments are contributing to racism
- Promoting resilience through social identity in adolescents
- Social influences on the adaptation to a new cultural environment
- Stress and coping techniques in Chinese and New Zealand youth
- The effects of home-school dissonance for Māori and European New Zealand adolescents
- The Influence of family on Muslim youth in New Zealand and the U.K.
- Whānau and Ethnic Identity Support Positive Well-Being among Māori Youth
- What makes people happy: money or autonomy?
- What makes skilled migrants choose New Zealand
- Who am I?: Identity changes in recent immigrants
- Why do women care more about the environment than men?
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Our researchers have developed an extensive body of cross-cultural research, including New Zealand-based studies and what stands as international best practice. We understand the gap between academic research and applicability in a business and government setting, and our focus is on bridging that gap.
Our consultants will work with your organisation to meet your cross-cultural needs. This can include building a cross-cultural model, applying cross-cultural research findings to your organisation, and learning how to utilise a cross-cultural workforce and client-base to achieve economic success.
To enquire further about CACR consulting services, please email Psychology-Department@vuw.ac.nz