Tyler Ritchie

Indigenous perspectives on multiculturalism.

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Tyler Ritchie

Tyler Ritchie

PhD Student
School of Psychology

Profile

Tyler completed her undergraduate and Master’s degrees in Psychology at Te Herenga Waka. After working within the public sector, she enrolled in a PhD to build on her master’s research, which focused on biculturalism and multiculturalism in Aotearoa.

Her doctoral research explores the meaning of multiculturalism in the context of Aotearoa, and its interaction with indigeneity, colonisation, policy, and legislation.

Qualifications

Bachelor of Science (Hons)
Masters of Science in Psychology

Research Interests

Biculturalism, multiculturalism, cultural and indigenous psychologies

PhD topic

Indigenous perspectives on multiculturalism

Supervisor:

Lecturer in Maori and Indigenous Psychology

School of Psychology

Labs

Te Whānau Lab - directed by Dr Tia Neha

Te Whānau Lab research engages with the Treaty of Waitangi principles and reflects whānau interests which benefit the whānau and research communities.