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NZ Population Review

The New Zealand Population Review is a peer-reviewed open access journal of population and demography with a focus on New Zealand and the Pacific region.  It has been published since the 1970s and is the official journal of the Population Association of New Zealand (PANZ). The journal welcomes submissions of empirical research, research notes, reviews of the literature, policy analysis, and theoretical perspectives.

NZPR Volume 46 (2020) is out now.Cover image of NZ Population Review Volume 46

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Editors’ Note

Contents

“We’re trying to heal, you know?” A mixed methods analysis of the spatial equity of General Practitioner services in the Waikato District Health Board region
JESSE WHITEHEAD, AMBER l. PEARSON, ROSS LAWRENSON, POLLY ATATOA-CARR

Three population milestones: some comments and cautions
RICHARD BEDFORD

The census and administrative records – what form of consensual union for 2023?
LEN COOK

Family structure and change in early childhood and the wellbeing of Tamariki Māori
TAHU KUKUTAI, KATE PRICKETT, POLLY ATATOA-CARR, ARAMA RATA

Family and career plans of students graduating from New Zealand universities
BRYNDL HOHMANN -MARRIOTT, LOUISA CHOE, LAURA SCHILPEROORT, KAREN TUSTIN, NICOLA TAYLOR, MEGAN GOLLOP, REREMOANA THEODORE, JESSE KOKAUA, JACKIE HUNTER, MELE TAUMOEPEAU, RICHIE POULTON

Obituary: Dr Leonard David Brian Heenan
RICHARD BEDFORD

Editors: Rosemary Goodyear, Tahu Kukutai, Bryndl Hohmann-Marriott

 

Previous issue (Volume 45 Special Edition) is available to download here