It’s all about Whanaungatanga: Alcohol Use and Older Māori in Aotearoa

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Alcohol Use and Older Maori in Aotearoa
It’s all about Whanaungatanga: Alcohol Use and Older Maori in Aotearoa
Study of 19 participants notes a bias in research: normally being focused on alcohol misuse rather than on non-problematic use; works to focus on its use in the context of whanaungatanga (maintaining relationships). Findings highlight the importance of whanaungatanga among Māori; suggest events and activities that support whanaungatanga, rather than alcohol use, to enhance the well-being of older Māori.
Sarah Herbert
Christine Stephens
Margaret Forster
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AlterNative, vol. 14, no. 3, September 2018, pp. 200-208
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Articles -- Scholarly, peer reviewed
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