Browsing Faculty of Culture and Society by Author "Jivraj, N"
Lockdown Ibuism: Experiences of Indonesian migrant mothers during the COVID-19 pandemic in Aotearoa New Zealand Martin-Anatias, N; Long, NJ; Graham Davies, S; Aikman, PJ; Deckert, A; Sheoran Appleton, N; Fehoko, E; Holroyd, E; Jivraj, N; Laws, M; Roguski, M; Simpson, N; Sterling, R; Trnka, S; Tunufa'I, L (Gender Relations Centre, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, the Australian National University, 2021)
‘The most difficult time of my life’ or ‘COVID’s gift to me’? Differential Experiences of Covid-19 Funerary Restrictions in Aotearoa New Zealand Long, NJ; Tunufa’i, L; Aikman, PJ; Appleton, NS; Davies, SG; Deckert, A; Fehoko, E; Holroyd, E; Jivraj, N; Laws, M; Martin-Anatias, N; Pukepuke, R; Roguski, M; Simpson, N; Sterling, R (Informa UK Limited, 2022)In 2020, the government of Aotearoa New Zealand imposed some of the most stringent funerary restrictions in the world as part of its efforts to eliminate COVID-19. This article explores how people experienced this situation, ...
Negotiating Risks and Responsibilities During Lockdown: Ethical Reasoning and Affective Experience in Aotearoa New Zealand Trnka, S; Long, NJ; Aikman, PJ; Appleton, NS; Davies, SG; Deckert, A; Fehoko, E; Holroyd, E; Jivraj, N; Laws, M; Martin-Anatias, N; Roguski, M; Simpson, N; Sterling, R; Tunufa’i, L (Informa UK Limited, 2021)Over forty-nine days of Level 4 and Level 3 lockdown, residents of Aotearoa New Zealand were subject to ‘stay home’ regulations that restricted physical contact to members of the same social ‘bubble’. This article examines ...