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The respondent's usual residence or the property on which their usual residence is located, such as ...

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Any person in the working-age population who is neither employed nor unemployed.

For example, this ...

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For the purposes of work locations in main job, work includes any of the tasks and duties a person...

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Disability status is determined by a set of questions (The Washington Group Short Set), that ask...

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People in the working-age population who, during the reference week, did one of the following:

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Housing quality has many elements and can be defined in many ways. A targeted definition of housing ...

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Dwelling not owned and not held in a family trust by a usually resident member of the household.

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This is the trust that staff in public institutions treat people fairly, regardless of what group...

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Feelings of loneliness is unwanted solitude, feeling disconnected from other people, regardless of...

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Sense of purpose is the second self-reported measure used to look at people’s self-rated wellbeing. ...

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Self-rated general health status is based on a respondent's own perception of their health status...

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A measure of how well whānau are doing, based on a scale where 0 is doing extremely badly and 10 is ...

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The exercise of providing sustenance, care, support, and hospitality.

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The customary gathering and use of naturally occurring and cultivated food and resources.

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The exercise of rights and obligations of mana whenua (Māori with whakapapa to an area) to protect...

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The respondent’s self-assessed ability to speak, understand, read, and write in te reo Māori.

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Respondents who rated their ability to speak te reo Māori between ‘very well/well', 'fairly well'...

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Layers of connections and kin relationships between and within people, places, nature and the...

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Māori descent is based on a genealogical or biological concept, rather than on cultural affiliation ...

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An institution or gathering place that is central to the concept of Māoritanga and Māori cultural...

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A statement of Māori tribal identity. The pepeha is an oral tool for connecting and joining people...

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The ethnic group or groups that people identify with or feel they belong to. Ethnicity is a measure ...

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Refers to how easy or hard it would be for a respondent to find someone to help them with Māori...

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For the purposes of Te Kupenga, it is defined as individuals who identify themselves with Māori...

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A measure of whānau connectedness. It refers to face-to-face contact with whānau in another...

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