Selina Ledoux Tauaaletoa

Lecturer, Academic Leader
Social Practice
Location: Building 510

Publications

Ledoux-Taua'aletoa, S. M. (2017). Samoan Multigenerational Households, sustainable support systems. Perhaps the way forward is backwards. ACDA and IACD Community Development - Conference Proceedings, Unitec 2017, Auckland.

Mafile'o, T., Ledoux-Taua'aletoa, S. M., Faleolo, M., Ravulo, J., Walsh-Tapiata, W., & Vasutoga, V. (2017). Pacific social work research collaborations: Bridging gaps, challenging dominant discourses and our journey thus far. Australian New Zealand Social Work and Welfare Education and Research (ANSSWER) Symposium, Auckland New Zealand.

Ledoux-Taua'aletoa, SM. (2016). Working with Pasifika Families an Over-view. Department of Child Youth and Family Services, Grey Lynn- National Contact Centre.

Ledoux-Taua'aletoa, SM. (2016). Working with Samoan Families. Department of Child Youth and Family Services, Grey Lynn- National Contact Centre.

LeDoux-Taua'aletoa, S., Tunnicliffe, C., & Matthewson, P. (2015). Toward partnership: building conditions of mutual reciprocity. National Teaching and Learning Conference, Tauranga, New Zealand.

LeDoux-Taua'aletoa, S. (2014). Pasifika Models. Unitec, Winter Lecture Series, 16 July.

Ledoux-Taua'aletoa (2013). An exploration into the ways in which multi-generational Samoan households contribute to the development of societal and collective values about agia/families in contemporary New Zealand/Aotearoa/Niu Sila. Masters of Social Practice, Unitec Institute of Technology, Social Practice.