Welcome to ANZCA
Mary’s research agenda integrates organisational and health communication with wellbeing of older people and especially older Māori—kaumātua—in Aotearoa New Zealand. Committed to working to address health inequities, she has partnered with health communication, Māori community, and Māori studies researchers in several externally funded research projects to study kaumātua identified issues related to health and wellbeing. Such research includes kaumātua peer support in managing transitions in later life; kaumātua housing; and kaumātua models of communication in palliative care. Mary is currently a member of the Ageing Well National Science Challenge, Strategic Advisory Group. She made a mid-career shift to academia, having formerly worked in health social work, community development, and organisational development. Mary has had a longstanding interest in elder organisation and the role of every-day organisations in wellbeing in later life. For more see Mary at Waikato.
Communication, Creativity and Global Citizenship: Refereed Proceedings of the Australian and New Zealand Communication Association Conference 2009
Editor: Professor Terry Flew
Editorial Team: Dr Xin Gu, Kelly Hussey-Smith, Dr Adam Swift, Mimi Tsai
Refereeing Statement: All article published in this proceedings have been blind reviewed by a mimimum of two referees.
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ANZCA09 Conference: July 8-10, Queensland University of Technology, Creative Industries Precinct, Kelvin Grove, Brisbane, Australia, see http://www.anzca09.org
Citing Articles from this proceedings: Citation style depends upon the referencings system you are using, but here is one example:
Name, Initial. (2009). Title of article. In T. Flew (Ed.) Communication, Creativity and Global Citizenship: Refereed Proceedings of the Australian and New Zealand Communications Association Annual Conference, Brisbane, July 8-10. ISBN 987-1-74107-275-4. Available at: http://www.proceedings.anzca09.org
Program: Click here for final program.
Keynotes: Click here for abstracts and available audio files of keynote addresses.
Refereed Proceedings: Click here for full text refereed articles.