These publications are regionally-based reports which look at the young Māori population in the context of the households and families in which they live. Information is based on the 2001 Census of Population and Dwellings. The reports are in two major life stages: children, or tamariki (0–14 years), and youth, or rangatahi (15–24 years).
In these reports, tamariki and rangatahi refer to young people who recorded Māori ethnicity on their individual census form. This includes those who provided an ethnicity in addition to Māori.
Socio-economic variables investigated in the reports include household composition, family role, knowledge of iwi, ability to speak te reo Māori, tenure of dwelling, mobility, telecommunications access, crowding, motor vehicle access, employment and income.
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