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Foreword Guy Standing 8 Introduction Clifford van Ommen, Shiloh Groot, Bridgette MastersAwatere and Natasha Tassell-Matamua 12 part 1: Selling Snake Oil Introduction Clifford van Ommen and Shiloh Groot 22 1:1 A statistical portrait of the New Zealand precariat William Cochrane, Thomas Stubbs, Mohi Rua and Darrin Hodgetts 27 1:2 From working poverty to sustainable livelihood: What can applied psychology offer? James Arrowsmith, Stuart C. Carr, Jarrod Haar, Harvey Jones, Jane Parker and Christian Yao 37 1:3 Media depictions of precarious work within neoliberal capitalism: The New Zealand experience Wayne Hope and Jane Scott 48 1:4 Penal welfare: What it does, and why we should change it Darrin Hodgetts, Ottilie Stolte, Kerry Chamberlain and Shiloh Groot 631:5 When dollar loaves are all you have: Experiences of food insecurity in Hamilton, New Zealand Kimberly Jackson and Rebekah Graham 76 1:6 Out of the pan into the fire: Precariousness among women and children escaping domestic violence Neville Robertson and Bridgette Masters-Awatere 87 1:7 Older people, inequalities and the lessons of universality Mary Breheny 97 part 2: Native disruption MA-aori and the precariat Introduction Bridgette Masters-Awatere and Natasha TassellMatamua 110 2:8 The MA-aori precariat: A silhouette Thomas Stubbs, William Cochrane, Lynley Uerata, Darrin Hodgetts and Mohi Rua 115 2:9 How MA-aori precariat families navigate social services Delta King, Mohi Rua and Darrin Hodgetts 124 2:10 Reproducing the precarious position of young MA-aori mothers in Aotearoa New Zealand Felicity Ware, Mary Breheny and Margaret Forster 136 2:11 A game of Slides and Ladders: MA-aori health providers and funders Bridgette Masters-Awatere 147 2:12 I'm tangata whenua, and I'm still here: MA-aori youth homelessness Shiloh Groot, Tycho Vandenburg and Darrin Hodgetts 163 part 3: Arrivals past and present Introduction Shiloh Groot and Clifford van Ommen 178 3:13 Can I have a decent job? The labour market experiences of non- European immigrants Paul Spoonley 183 3:14 Crossroads: Experiencing Samoan bereavement paradigms as an afakasi Samoan Byron Malaela Sotiata Seiuli and Philip Siataga 192 3:15 Pasifika women affected by domestic violence: The case of Teuila Bridgette Masters-Awatere and Jessica Gosche 203 3:16 Occupational justice: Samoan trans(gender) women Seraphine Williams and Shiloh Groot 216 3:17 Precarious refuge: A conversation with Abann Kamyay Ajak Yor Sarah Hahn 229 3:18 Performing the precariat: Acting for asylum seekers and refugees in Aotearoa New Zealand Rand Hazou 241 Conclusion: Towards Building An Equitable Society Shiloh Groot, Bridgette Masters-Awatere, Clifford van Ommen and Natasha Tassell-Matamua 254 Acknowledgements 258

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Shiloh Groot (Ngati Pikiao, Ngati Uenukukopako) is a lecturer in Social Psychology at the University of Auckland. Clifford van Ommen is a senior lecturer at the Centre for Psychology at Massey University. Bridgette Masters-Awatere (Te Rarawa, Tuwharetoa ki Kawerau, Ngai te Rangi) is a lecturer at the University of Waikato. Natasha Tassell-Matamua is a senior lecturer in the School of Psychology at Massey University.

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