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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 47 (2020): Housing at the heart of place, people and population
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CONTENTS  

Editors’ Note and note on translations

The Effects of Housing on Health and Well-Being in Aotearoa New Zealand
Ngā Pānga o Ngā Whare Noho ki te Hauora me te Toiora i Aotearoa

Philippa Howden-Chapman, Caroline Fyfe, Kim Nathan, Michael Keall, Lynn Riggs and Nevil Pierse

Understanding the State of our Housing: Housing in Aotearoa: 2020
Te Māramatanga ki te Tūnga o Ō Tātou Whare Noho: Ngā Whare Noho i Aotearoa: 2020
Rosemary Goodyear Alan Bentley, Vicki White, Claire Bretherton, Casimir MacGregor, Roman Jaques, David Dowdell,Jarred Butler, Angela Fabian, and Chelsea Dickson

An Exploration of the Māori Housing-Health Nexus During the Mid-Twentieth Century
He Hōpara I Te Raupapa Hononga I Waenga I Te Hauora Me Ngā Whare Noho O Te Māori I Te Pokapū O Te Rautau Rua Tekau
Matthew Rout and Grace Walker

The Condition of Owned and Rented Housing in Aotearoa New Zealand
Te Āhuatanga o ngā Whare Noho Whai Rangatira me ngā Whare Noho e Rētihia ana i Aotearoa
Vicki White, Alexandra Ferguson, Rosemary Goodyear, and Kay Saville-Smith

Sticky Rents and The Affordability of Rentals for Housing in New Zealand
Ngā Rēti Hāpiapia me te Whaiutu o ngā Whare Noho Rēti i Aotearoa
Alan Bentley

“It feels real good having my own space” – Young Māori Mothers in the E Hine Study Talk About Housing
“Ki a au nei he mea tino pai te whai whaitua mōku anō” – Ngā Whaea Māori Pūhou i roto i te Rangahau E Hine Kōrero Mō Te Whare Noho
Anna Adcock, Fiona Cram and Beverley Lawton

Evicting My Childhood: Young People’s Survival of Unstable Housing
Te Pana i Taku Ohinga: Tā Te Taiohi Puta Ora i ngā Kāinga Pāhekeheke
Louisa Choe

Pathways to Renting among Older Former Homeowners
Ngā Ara ki te Rēti Whare i waenga i te Hunga Mātāpuputu i Pupuri Whare i Mua
Beverley James, Tara Coleman, Fiona Cram, Laura Bates, Robin Kearns

Exploring the Factors Affecting Māori Home Ownership
Ngā Kaihanga, Ngā Noho, Ngā Tangata – Te Tūhurahura i ngā Āhuatanga Ka Pā ki Tā te Māori Hoko Whare
Jay Whitehead and Grace Walker

Statistical Representations of the Housing Problem in Briefings to Incoming Ministers, 2008–2020: The Politics of Housing Numbers
Ngā Whakaaturanga ā-Tauanga o te Raruraru Whare Noho i ngā Kupu Whakamārama ki ngā Minita Hou, 2008–2020: Ngā Take Tōrangapū mō te Maha o ngā Whare Noho
Patrick Barrett and Reuben Garrett-Walker

Book Review: ‘The New New Zealand: Facing Demographic Disruption’ by Paul Spoonley, Massey University Press (2020)
Richard Bedford

Obituary: David Christopher Thorns, 1943–2020, MA, Litt.D, ONZM, FRSNZ

Special Guest Editors: Kay Saville-Smith and Grace Walker
Editors: Rosemary Goodyear and Bryndl Hohmann-Marriott