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Lecturer - Social Practice, School of Healthcare and Social Practice
School of Healthcare and Social Practice
Graduate supervision of completed theses/dissertations
Masters theses or dissertations
Masters theses or dissertations supervised by Irene Ayallo as Associate Supervisor
Phrasayamongkhounh, Sneamphay (2016). Assessing the engagement of young people with the comic book "Condoms : a decision for life" as an edutainment approach to HIV/AIDS prevention programme (Master of International Communication)
Nedungat, Dheepa (2015). Reclaiming the feminine : a co-operative inquiry on the embodied experience of the divine feminine in Social Practice (Master of Social Practice)
Ayallo, I. (2021). A critical exploration of the place of 'religion' and 'religious identity' in social practice with ethnic communities: A case of African background communities. Sociological Association of Aotearoa New Zealand (SAANZ) Conference 2021, Lincoln University, Christchurch.
Ayallo, I. (2021). Research Collection on Refugee and Ethnic Migrant Background Communities for Community Research Website: The Process of Curating this Collection. Hear from us, not about us: The power of refugee-background research, https://youtu.be/b8Cb2VWUQ1c.
Ayallo, I. (2019). A Perspective on S4.5 Residence Category for Victims of Domestic Violence (VDV) Policy: Addressing Domestic Violence against 'Ethnic' Women. Sociological Association of Aotearoa New Zealand (SAANZ): December 3-6, University of Auckland, Auckland.
Ayallo, I., (Reviewer) (2018). Thesis Review: Evaluating the Impact of Social Change Catalyst on Urban Community Development: A Case Study of LIN Centre for Community Development in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam by Chau Doan-Bao. Auckland, New Zealand, Unitec ePress (Vol. Unitec ePress Thesis Review Series (2)).
Connor, H., Ayallo, I., & Elliott, S. (2017). African mothers' experiences of raising 'Afro-Kiwi kids' in Aotearoa / New Zealand. Australasian Review of African Studies (Vol. 38(2)).
Connor, H., Ayallo, I., & Elliott, S. (2016). From Mama Africa to Papatūānuku: The Experiences of a Group of African Immigrant and Refugee-Background Mothers Living in Auckland, Aotearoa-New Zealand. Schultes, K. A. & Vallianatos, H. Canada.
Ayallo, I. (2016). Thesis Review: Gender, Migration and Communication Networks: Mapping the Communicative Ecology of Latin American Women in New Zealand/Aotearoa. Auckland, New Zealand, ePress (Vol. 2016/1:Thesis Review Series).
Ayallo, I. (2015). Religion and Community Development: Working with African Communities. Community Development Conference, Unitec Institute of Technology.
Ayallo, I. (2014). A Reimagination of 'Preferential option for the poor' in the Context of Postcolonial Political Theology in Africa. The Postcolonial Church, Theology, Identity and Mission in Africa, Saint Paul's University, Limuru: May 28-30, 2014.
Ayallo, I. (2014). HIV-AIDS Public Policy Making Processes in Kenya: Assessing the Participation of People Living with HIV. Diversity, Community Action and Social Justice: Unitec Winter Lecture Series, Unitec, Waitakere Campus, 18 June.
Fanlsow, J. L., Gulliver, P., Dixson, R., and Ayallo, I. (2014). Hitting Back: Women's Use of Physical Violence Against Violent Male Partners, in the Context of a Violent Episode. Journal of Interpersonal Violence (Vol. XX).
Fanslow, J. L., Gulliver, P., Dixon, R., and Ayallo, I. (2014). Women's Initiation of Physical Violence Against an Abusive Partner Outside of a Violent Episode. Journal of Interpersonal Violence (Vol. XX).
Ayallo, I. (2012). HIV-AIDS Public Policy Making Processes in Kenya: Assessing the Participation of People Living with HIV and the role of the Anglican Church of Kenya'. Turning the Tide Together: A Dialogue on HIV-AIDS, Faith and Public Policy, University of Chester: 30th November 2012.
Ayallo, I. (2012). Public Policy Dialogue for Socially-Inclusive
Public Policy Making Processes in Kenya: The Role of the Anglican Church of Kenya. Doctor of Philosophy, Auckland University of Technology, Culture and Society.
Ayallo, I. (2007). Vanguards and/or Vandals: A Reading of Youth-Elders Relationship in Selected Bible Texts and in Luo Nyanza Church Community, Kenya. Masters of Theology in Biblical Studies, University of Auckland, School of Theology.