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Annotated Bibliography: Māori Housing Sector

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This Māori housing sector annotated bibliography covers over three hundred works across a wide range of categories, serving as a useful resource for a variety of stakeholders.

Research into Māori housing has expanded greatly in recent decades. There are a number of apparent trends including more Māori researchers, more specialised topics, and increasing concern over housing security, housing health, and homeownership rates. Like much specialist inquiry it often follows broader trends and events in society. For example, work on Māori demographics increased during the urbanisation period in the 1950s-1970s, focus on Māori architecture and design increased as these concepts became increasing mainstream in the 1970s and 1980s, and research into Māori homelessness grew significantly in the 2010s as homelessness itself grew.
The Building Better Homes, Towns and Cities National Science Challenge sought to capture the full spread of this work in an annotated bibliography. The literature in this bibliography spans more than seventy years, and includes a number of categories both directly and indirectly related to the Māori housing sector across more than three hundred works. While not totally comprehensive, the coverage is significant with virtually all easily accessible works considered relevant reviewed. The works were assembled through a desktop review that included keyword search and scanning of relevant reference lists. It is intended as a resource for researchers, policy analysts, developers, Māori authorities, social housing providers and other, providing a short summary and critique of the work as well as a hyperlink where possible. The categories are intended as a guide rather than as a strict classification.

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