Institutional Racism and the Dynamics of Privilege in Public Health
The research examines these questions: To what extent and how is institutional racism and Pākehā privilege manifested within public health policy and funding practices? What are the emerging directions to dismantling and preventing institutional racism within public health policy and funding arising from this research?
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Primary author: Heather Anne Came
Author biography: Pākehā
Publication format: Thesis
Publication date: 2012
Publication place: New Zealand
Publication availability: Yes
Publication location: Http://researchcommons.waikato.ac.nz/handle/10289/6397
Catalog reference: Archive Box – Project Waitangi Resource material 2 – Early Work On Pakeha Culture Racism
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Content type: Injustice
Informal group: Māori
Culture related topics: Racism
Historical period: 21st