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Irene Ayallo

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)

Publications

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)).
https://hdl.handle.net/10652/4290

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). Public Policy Dialogue as a Salvation Practice for Women and Youth living with HIV in Kenya. Bacon, H., Dosset, W., and Knowles, S. London.

Connor, H., Elliott, S., & Ayallo, I. (2015). From Mama Afrika to Papatuanuku. Refugee Education Conference 2015 Celebrating Success, King's College, Auckland, New Zealand.

Connor, H., Elliott, S., & Ayallo, I. (2015). From Mama Afrika to Papatuanuku. Refugee Research Symposium, AUT North Campus, Auckland.

Ayallo, I. (2015). Religion and Community Development: Working with African Communities. Community Development Conference, Unitec Institute of Technology.
https://hdl.handle.net/10652/3221

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.
https://hdl.handle.net/10652/3147

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). The Fourth Mark of Mission: To Seek to Transform Unjust Structures of Society. Ross, C (Ed.), Life-Widening Mission, Edinburgh, Wipf & Stock.

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.