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Dr Andrew Butcher
Dr Andrew Butcher
Certification : PhD, BA(Hons), BA
Staff Code : #
Phone : 07 562 2910
Email : a.butcher@bti.ac.nz

Biography

Andrew has been leading BTI since 2017. He also teaches into the School of Social Practice and the Master of Professional Practice and Leadership programmes.

Prior, he held senior management roles at the Ministry of Justice and the Asia New Zealand Foundation, fellowships at the University of Otago, Victoria University of Wellington and the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore, and is an alumnus of the US State Department’s International Visitor Leadership Program. He also worked at Inland Revenue and Massey University earlier in his career.

Outside work, he is an Elder at Lifezone Church, Tauranga. He is married to Yvette.

Areas of Expertise

Andrew has extensive experience in the design and implementation of large-scale national surveys. He led the redesign of the New Zealand Crime and Victims’ Survey for the Ministry of Justice and the Perceptions of Asia annual survey for the Asia New Zealand Foundation. He has also written extensively on immigration. He is an adviser to New Zealand’s Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet on the Royal Commission of Inquiry into the Christchurch terrorist attacks and his model of social cohesion (developed with Paul Spoonley and Robin Peace) forms a significant part of that Commission’s report. He was President of the Population Association of New Zealand, the professional body for demographers, for three years. He is the author of over 80 articles and book chapters.

Contributions

Andrew is the head of BTI: its chief academic and administrative officer and the employer of all staff. Andrew is responsible for providing academic leadership along with effective management, and for leading strategic planning and directing resource allocation.

Research Projects

  • A theological reflection on the life of a Christian scholar
  • The measurement and use of ethnicity in administrative data
  • Social cohesion and right wing extremism in New Zealand
  • The impact of New Zealand’s changing demography on the church in New Zealand

Selected Publications

Christian devotional books
Butcher, A., & Butcher, Y. K. (2017). From pastures green. Wellington, New Zealand: Sanctuary Media.

Butcher, A. (2008). Bring in the new day: Discovering the hope that is God. Wellington, New Zealand: Sanctuary Media.

Butcher, A. (2007). Walking the Emmaus journey: Reflections for the road. Wellington, New Zealand: Sanctuary Media.

Butcher, A. (2005). A time to gather: Christian meditations for the year. Wellington, New Zealand: Sanctuary Media.

Refereed academic articles

Butcher, A. (2018). What does New Zealand’s changing demography mean for its place in the world? In R. G. Patman, I. Iati, & B. Kiglics (Eds.), New Zealand and the world: Past, present and future (pp. 83-100). Singapore: World Scientific.

Wieland, G., & Butcher, A. (2018, April). Finding ourselves at home together: The Bible as a place of intercultural encounter. Paper presented to the International Conference for Christian Educators (BTI & IAPCHE), Tauranga, New Zealand.

Butcher, A. (2017). From settlement to super-diversity: The Anglican church and New Zealand’s diversifying population. Journal of Anglican Studies, 15(1), 108-129.

Butcher, A. (2015). Making Asia known: Twenty years of the Asia New Zealand Foundation. New Zealand Journal of Asian Studies, 17(2), 1-17.

Butcher, A., Spoonley, P., & Gendall, P. (2015). New Zealanders’ attitudes to Asia and Asian peoples: An exceptional case?. Political Science, 67(1), 38-55.

Butcher, A. (2014). In pleasant places: A story of a New Zealand missionary family in China in the 1940s. The New Zealand Journal of Asian Studies, 16(2), 195-218.

Anderson, V., McGrath, T., & Butcher, A. (2014). Asia-born New Zealand-educated business graduates’ transition to work. Asia Pacific Journal of Education, 34(1), 65-79.

Butcher, A. (2013). Diplomacy by default? New Zealand’s track two diplomacy in Southeast Asia. Security Challenges, 9(3), 1-10.

Butcher, A., & Wieland, G. (2013). Of God and golf: Korean migration and settlement in New Zealand. The New Zealand Journal of Asian Studies, 16(1), 57-77.

Butcher, A. (2012). Benign neglect: New Zealand, ASEAN and Southeast Asia. New Zealand International Review, 37(6), 21-23.

Butcher, A. (2012). In my humble opinion. Stimulus: The New Zealand Journal of Christian Thought and Practice, 19(3), 38-43.

Butcher, A. (2012). On holiness. Colloquium: The Australian and New Zealand Theological Review, 44(2), 194-207.

Butcher, A. (2012). Students, soldiers, sports, sheep and the silver-screen: New Zealand’s soft power in ASEAN and Southeast Asia. Contemporary Southeast Asia, 34(2), 249-73.

Butcher, A. (2011). “They do not lead sanitary lives”: New Zealanders’ perceptions of India and Indians in 2010. Communication Journal of New Zealand, 12(1), 8-28.

Butcher, A. (2010). Demography, diaspora and diplomacy: New Zealand’s Asian challenges. New Zealand Population Review, 36, 137-157.

Butcher, A. (2010). International students and New Zealand’s future. Journal of International Education and Business, 1(1), 9-26.

Butcher, A., & Wieland, G. (2010). “Go from your country”: Missiological reflections on Asian Christians in New Zealand. Stimulus: The New Zealand Journal of Christian Thought and Practice, 18(1), 2-8.

Butcher, A. (2009). Friends, foreign and domestic: (Re)converging New Zealand’s export education and foreign policies. Policy Quarterly, 5(4), 64-70.

Butcher, A. (2009). The Asia New Zealand Foundation and its research programme. New Zealand Sociology, 24(2), 102-112.

Butcher, A. (2009). The Olympic effect: New Zealanders’ perceptions of China in 2008. The New Zealand Journal of Asian Studies, 11(2), 1-18.

Spoonley, P., & Butcher, A. (2009). Reporting superdiversity: The mass media and immigration in New Zealand. Journal of Intercultural Studies, 30(4), 355-372.

Stock, P., McGrath, T., & Butcher, A. (2009). Once returned, twice forgotten? Asian students returning home after studying in New Zealand. New Zealand Population Review, 33, 235-248.

Butcher, A. (2008). “Well they’re very good citizens”: New Zealanders’ perceptions of Asia. Sites: A Journal of Social Anthropology and Cultural Studies, 5(2), 5-30.

Butcher, A. (2007). Not a Western story: Christian faith and migrant communities in New Zealand. Aotearoa Ethnic Journal, 2(2), 33-37.

McGrath, T., & Butcher, A. (2005). International students in New Zealand: Needs and responses. International Education Journal, 5(4), 540-551.

Spoonley, P., Peace, R., Butcher, A., & O’Neill, D. (2005). Social cohesion: A policy and indicator framework for assessing immigrant and host outcomes. Social Policy Journal of New Zealand, 24, 85-110.

Butcher, A. (2004). Departures and arrivals: International students’ return to their countries of origin. Asian and Pacific Migration Journal, 13(3), 275- 303.

Butcher, A. (2004). Educate, consolidate, immigrate: Educational immigration in Auckland. Asia Pacific Viewpoint, 45(2), 255-278.

Butcher, A. (2004). Quality care? Export education policies in New Zealand from 1999 to 2002. Access: Critical Perspectives on Communication, Cultural and Policy Studies, 23(2), 21-31.

Butcher, A. (2003). Whither international students? University reforms in New Zealand 1984-1999. New Zealand Journal of Educational Studies, 38(2), 151-164.

Butcher, A. (2002). A grief observed: Grief experiences of East Asian students returning to their countries of origin. Journal of Studies in International Education, 6(4), 370-384.

Butcher, A. (2000). International students and the internationalisation of education in Australia and New Zealand. Norrag News, 27, 12-15.

Refereed book chapters
Butcher, A., & Norsworthy, B. (in press). Cupbearers to the King: Humility, hope and hospitality for formational practice. Paper to be presented to the ACHEA research conference, Christian Education: Reason and relevance, Brisbane, 31 July-2 August 2019.

Butcher, A. (in press). “Immigrants of doubtful value”: Translating policy discourse about international students in New Zealand. In H. Johnson & V. Anderson (Eds.), Migration, education and translation. London, England: Routledge.

Butcher, A. (in press). In the plural: One faith, many futures. In K. Ward (Ed.), Migration, cultural diversity and the church in Aotearoa New Zealand. Eugene, OR: Wipf & Stock.

Butcher, A. (in press). The changing faces and futures of New Zealand Christanity. In K. Ward (Ed.), Migration, cultural diversity and the church in Aotearoa New Zealand. Eugene, OR: Wipf and Stock.

Butcher, A. (2018). Doing cross-cultural research in New Zealand. In M. Tolich & C. Davidson (Eds.), Social science research in New Zealand: An introduction. Auckland, New Zealand: Auckland University Press.

Butcher, A. (2018). What does New Zealand’s changing demography mean for its place in the world? In R. G. Patman, I. Iati, & B. Kiglics (Eds.), New Zealand and the world: Past, present and future (pp. 83-100). Singapore: World Scientific.

Wieland, G., & Butcher, A. (2018, April). Finding ourselves at home together: The Bible as a place of intercultural encounter. Paper presented to the International Conference for Christian Educators (BTI & IAPCHE), Tauranga, New Zealand.

Butcher, A. (2017). An Irishman, a Samoan and a Korean walk into a church: Three encounters and New Zealand’s struggle for its national identity. In J. Leckie, A. McCarthy & A. Wanhalla (Eds.), Migrant cross-cultural encounters in Asia and the Pacific. London, England: Routledge.

McGrath, T., Sisley-Bentley, V., Butcher, A., & Wieland, G. (2016). Mission to and from diaspora: Influencing the context for mission. In S. J. Tira & T. Yamamori (Eds.), Scattered and gathered: A global compendium of diaspora missiology (pp. 147-180). Oxford, England: Regnum Books.

Butcher, A., & Wieland, G. (2015). The new Asian faces of Kiwi Christianity. In G. Ghosh & J. Leckie (Eds.), Asians and the new multiculturalism in Aotearoa New Zealand (pp. 193-216). Dunedin, New Zealand: Otago University Press.

Butcher, A., & Wieland, G. (2014). Of God and golf: Koreans in New Zealand. K. Wells (Ed.), Diplomats, allies and migrants: Patterns in New Zealand-Korean relations (pp. 125-150). Auckland, New Zealand: New Zealand Asia Institute.

Butcher, A. (2012). Being a good neighbour: New Zealand and track two diplomacy in Southeast Asia. In J. Headley, A. Reitzig, & J. Burton (Eds.), Public participation in foreign policy (pp. 134-152). London, England: Palgrave Macmillan.

Butcher, A., & McGrath, T. (2011). A sin of omission: New Zealand’s export education industry and foreign policy. In C. Holden, M. Kilkey, & G. Ramia (Eds.), Social Policy Review 23: Analysis and debate in social policy (pp. 257-280). Bristol, England: The Policy Press.

Butcher, A., & Spoonley, P. (2011). “Inv-Asian”: Print media constructions of Asians and Asian immigrants. In J. Leckie & P. Voci (Eds.), Localizing Asia in Aotearoa (pp. 98-115). Wellington, New Zealand: Dunmore.

McGrath, T., Butcher, A., Smith, H., Pickering, J., & Koo, Y. (2008). Engaging Asian communities in New Zealand: An investigation of what works. In A. Williamson & R. De Souza (Eds.), Researching with communities: Grounded perspectives on engaging communities in research (pp. 385- 397). Auckland, New Zealand: Muddy Creek Press.

Book reviews
Butcher, A. (2012). [Review of the book An introduction to Australian foreign policy (3rd ed.), by S. Firth]. New Zealand International Review, 37(5), 28.

Butcher, A. (2012). [Review of the book Modern Muslim identities: Negotiating religion and ethnicity in Malaysia, by G. Hoffstaedter]. New Zealand Journal of Asian Studies, 14, 2 (2012): 133-134.

Butcher, A. (2012). [Review of the book Transmigration and the New Chinese, edited by M. Ip]. Journal of Chinese Overseas, 8, 302-303.

Butcher, A. (2012). [Review of the book Welcome to our world? Immigration and the making of New Zealand by P. Spoonley & R. Bedford]. New Zealand Sociology, 27(2), 216-222.

Butcher, A. (2011). [Review of the book New Zealand and international migration: A digest and bibliography, number 5, edited by A. Trlin, P. Spoonley, & R. Bedford]. New Zealand Sociology, 26(1), 163-165.

Butcher, A. (2011). [Review of the book There goes the neighbourhood: Australia and the rise of Asia, by M. Wesley]. New Zealand Journal of Asian Studies, 13(2), 122-124.

Butcher, A. (2004). [Review of the book Unfolding history, evolving identity: The Chinese in New Zealand, by M. Ip]. New Zealand Sociology, 19(1), 169-171.

Major reports
Rolfe, J., & Butcher, A. (2014). Indonesia: Continuing the move to a fully functioning democracy. Wellington, New Zealand: Centre for Strategic Studies.

Butcher, A. (2012). Beyond students, soldiers and sentiment: New Zealand, Southeast Asia and ASEAN. Wellington, New Zealand: Asia New Zealand Foundation.

Butcher, A., & Wieland, G. (2009). Immigration and immigrants in New Zealand. Auckland, New Zealand: Vision New Zealand.
McGrath, T., Butcher, A., & Stock, P. (2007). Friends and allies: Returning Asian Students and their impact on New Zealand-Asia relationships. Wellington, New Zealand: Asia New Zealand Foundation.

Butcher, A., Spoonley, P., & Trlin, A. (2006). Being accepted: The experience of discrimination and social exclusion by immigrants and refugees in New Zealand. Palmerston North, New Zealand: Massey University.

McGrath, T., Butcher, A., Pickering, J., & Smith, H. (2005). Engaging Asian communities in New Zealand. Wellington, New Zealand: Asia New Zealand Foundation.

McGrath, T., Butcher, A. (2004). Campus-community linkages in the pastoral care of international students with specific reference to Palmerston North, Wellington and Christchurch. Wellington, New Zealand: Ministry of Education.

Spoonley, P., Peace, R., Butcher, A., & O’Neill, D. (2004). Immigration and social cohesion: Developing an indicator framework for measuring the impact of settlement policies in New Zealand. Wellington, New Zealand: Ministry of Social Development.

Butcher, A. (2003). To confirm and deny: Criteria for refugee status in New Zealand. Auckland, New Zealand: Vision Network.

Butcher, A. (2002). A report on the demographic, social and economic impact of international students in North Shore City. Auckland, New Zealand: North Shore City Council & Massey University.

Butcher, A. (2002). A review of non-standard work and the new economy. Auckland, New Zealand: Massey University.

Butcher, A., Lim, L-H., McGrath, T., & Revis, L. (2002). Nga tangata: Partnership in providing services to international students. Auckland, New Zealand: Asia Pacific Migration Research Network.

Greenaway, A., Conway, K., Field, A., Edwards, S., Bhatta, K., Huckle, T., & Butcher, A. (2002). Young people, alcohol, and safer public spaces. Auckland, New Zealand: The University of Auckland.

Conference Presentations

Butcher, A. (2015, June). What does New Zealand’s changing demography mean for its place in the world? Paper presented at the meeting of the Otago Foreign Policy School, Dunedin, New Zealand.

Butcher, A. (2015, March). “My best friend is Asian”: Tracking New Zealanders’ changing attitudes to Asia and Asian peoples. Paper presented at the conference of the Population Association, Wellington, New Zealand.

Butcher, A. (2014, November). The cross in cross-cultural: The church, three encounters and the struggle for national identity. Paper presented at Migrant Cross-Cultural Encounters: A Multidisciplinary Conference, Dunedin, New Zealand.

Butcher, A. (2014, September). In the plural: One faith, many futures. Paper presented at the conference of the Knox Centre for Ministry and Leadership and Carey Baptist College, Auckland, New Zealand.

Butcher, A., & Wesley, M. (2013, November). Becoming Asia-literate in the 21st century. Paper presented at the Australia and New Zealand School of Government and State Services Commission Lecture Series, Wellington, New Zealand.

Butcher, A., Spoonley, P., & Gendall, P. (2013, October). Reorienting to Asia: Tracking New Zealanders’ attitude to Asia and Asian peoples 1997- 2011. Paper presented at the Annual Pathways, Circuits and Crossroads Conference, Wellington, New Zealand.

Butcher, A. (2012, November). For rest and Sunday best: Korean migration and settlement in New Zealand. Paper presented at the conference of the New Zealand Asia Institute, the Korea Foundation and the Korean Embassy, Auckland, New Zealand.

Butcher, A. (2012, October). Attitudes toward Asia: Australia, New Zealand and Canada compared. Paper presented at the Pathways to Metropolis in the 21st century: Immigration Issues and Futures conference, Auckland, New Zealand.

Butcher, A. (2012, August). Unity and diversity: The sojourner among you. Paper presented at a seminar for the Wellington Theological Consortium, Wellington, New Zealand.

Butcher, A. (2011, May). There goes the neighbourhood: New Zealand’s new future in Asia. Paper presented at the Massey University Albany Asian Hub Lecture Series, Auckland, New Zealand.

Anderson, V., McGrath, T., Butcher, A., Pheng, C. C., Doi, A., & Stock, P. (2010, September). Community engagement and study-to-work transitions: Recommendations from Asia-born New Zealand-educated business graduates. Paper presented at the conference of the ISANA International Education Association, Melbourne, Australia.

McGrath, T., Biswas, P., Butcher, A., Hastings, C., & Kant, R. (2010, September). Enhancing community engagement of international students using computer-mediated communities. Paper presented at the conference of the ISANA International Education Association, Melbourne, Australia.

Butcher, A. (2009, December). International students and international relations: Bridging the gap between education and foreign policies. Paper presented at the 20th conference of the ISANA International Education Association, Canberra, Australia.

McGrath, T., Butcher, A., Anderson, V., Pheng, C. C., Doi A., & Stock, P. (2009, December). Choices and expectations of Asia-born, New Zealand trained business graduates. Paper presented at the 20th conference of the ISANA International Education Association, Canberra, Australia.

Butcher, A., & Wieland, G. (2009, October). Migrant Christian communities in New Zealand: Observations and missiological reflections. Paper presented at the conference of the Aotearoa New Zealand Association of Mission Studies, Auckland, New Zealand.

Butcher, A. (2009, July). The Olympic effect: New Zealanders’ perceptions of China in 2008. Paper presented at the 18th conference of the New Zealand Asian Studies Society, Wellington, New Zealand.

Butcher, A., & Spoonley, P. (2009, January). Reporting superdiversity: The mass media and immigration in New Zealand. Paper presented at the Localising Asia in Aotearoa/New Zealand Conference, Dunedin, New Zealand.

Butcher, A. (2007, December). Handmaiden or collaborator? Research in the public space. Paper presented at the joint conference of the The Australian Sociological Association and the Sociological Association of Aotearoa New Zealand, Auckland, New Zealand.

Butcher, A. (2007, November). In pleasant places: A biographical narrative of being missionaries in Republican China. Paper presented at the 17th conference of the New Zealand Asian Studies Society, Dunedin, New Zealand.

McGrath, T., Stock, P., & Butcher, A. (2007, November). The impact of returning Asian students on NZ-Asian relationships. Paper presented at the 18th conference of the ISANA International Education Association, Adelaide, Australia.

McGrath, T., Butcher, A. (2005, November). Viewing pastoral care as a key component in sustaining New Zealand’s export education industry. Paper presented at the 16th ISANA International Education Conference, Melbourne, Australia.

Butcher, A., Spoonley, P., & Trlin, A. (2004, April). Settling and being accepted: Immigrant perceptions and discrimination in New Zealand. Paper presented at the seminar New Directions, New Settlers: Responding to Contemporary Migration Challenges, Wellington, New Zealand.

Butcher, A., Spoonley, P., & Trlin, A. (2003, December). Perceived discrimination against refugees and migrants in New Zealand. Paper presented at the conference of the Sociological Association of Aotearoa New Zealand, Auckland, New Zealand.

Lewis, N., & Butcher, A. (2003, July). Place and images of quality in New Zealand’s export education industry. Paper presented at the conference of the New Zealand Geography Association, Auckland, New Zealand.

Meet our Staff

At BTI, you will learn from staff who are experienced teachers and educators, researchers, practitioners, health workers and graduates themselves. Many have worked in private practice, for public institutions and for universities in Aotearoa New Zealand and overseas 

Dr Andrew Butcher
Dr Andrew Butcher
Certification : PhD, BA(Hons), BA
Staff Code :
Phone : 07 562 2910
Email : a.butcher@bti.ac.nz

Biography

Andrew has been leading BTI since 2017. He also teaches into the School of Social Practice and the Master of Professional Practice and Leadership programmes.

Prior, he held senior management roles at the Ministry of Justice and the Asia New Zealand Foundation, fellowships at the University of Otago, Victoria University of Wellington and the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore, and is an alumnus of the US State Department’s International Visitor Leadership Program. He also worked at Inland Revenue and Massey University earlier in his career.

Outside work, he is an Elder at Lifezone Church, Tauranga. He is married to Yvette.

Areas of Expertise

Andrew has extensive experience in the design and implementation of large-scale national surveys. He led the redesign of the New Zealand Crime and Victims’ Survey for the Ministry of Justice and the Perceptions of Asia annual survey for the Asia New Zealand Foundation. He has also written extensively on immigration. He is an adviser to New Zealand’s Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet on the Royal Commission of Inquiry into the Christchurch terrorist attacks and his model of social cohesion (developed with Paul Spoonley and Robin Peace) forms a significant part of that Commission’s report. He was President of the Population Association of New Zealand, the professional body for demographers, for three years. He is the author of over 80 articles and book chapters.

Contributions

Andrew is the head of BTI: its chief academic and administrative officer and the employer of all staff. Andrew is responsible for providing academic leadership along with effective management, and for leading strategic planning and directing resource allocation.

Research Projects

  • A theological reflection on the life of a Christian scholar
  • The measurement and use of ethnicity in administrative data
  • Social cohesion and right wing extremism in New Zealand
  • The impact of New Zealand’s changing demography on the church in New Zealand

Selected Publications

Christian devotional books
Butcher, A., & Butcher, Y. K. (2017). From pastures green. Wellington, New Zealand: Sanctuary Media.

Butcher, A. (2008). Bring in the new day: Discovering the hope that is God. Wellington, New Zealand: Sanctuary Media.

Butcher, A. (2007). Walking the Emmaus journey: Reflections for the road. Wellington, New Zealand: Sanctuary Media.

Butcher, A. (2005). A time to gather: Christian meditations for the year. Wellington, New Zealand: Sanctuary Media.

Refereed academic articles

Butcher, A. (2018). What does New Zealand’s changing demography mean for its place in the world? In R. G. Patman, I. Iati, & B. Kiglics (Eds.), New Zealand and the world: Past, present and future (pp. 83-100). Singapore: World Scientific.

Wieland, G., & Butcher, A. (2018, April). Finding ourselves at home together: The Bible as a place of intercultural encounter. Paper presented to the International Conference for Christian Educators (BTI & IAPCHE), Tauranga, New Zealand.

Butcher, A. (2017). From settlement to super-diversity: The Anglican church and New Zealand’s diversifying population. Journal of Anglican Studies, 15(1), 108-129.

Butcher, A. (2015). Making Asia known: Twenty years of the Asia New Zealand Foundation. New Zealand Journal of Asian Studies, 17(2), 1-17.

Butcher, A., Spoonley, P., & Gendall, P. (2015). New Zealanders’ attitudes to Asia and Asian peoples: An exceptional case?. Political Science, 67(1), 38-55.

Butcher, A. (2014). In pleasant places: A story of a New Zealand missionary family in China in the 1940s. The New Zealand Journal of Asian Studies, 16(2), 195-218.

Anderson, V., McGrath, T., & Butcher, A. (2014). Asia-born New Zealand-educated business graduates’ transition to work. Asia Pacific Journal of Education, 34(1), 65-79.

Butcher, A. (2013). Diplomacy by default? New Zealand’s track two diplomacy in Southeast Asia. Security Challenges, 9(3), 1-10.

Butcher, A., & Wieland, G. (2013). Of God and golf: Korean migration and settlement in New Zealand. The New Zealand Journal of Asian Studies, 16(1), 57-77.

Butcher, A. (2012). Benign neglect: New Zealand, ASEAN and Southeast Asia. New Zealand International Review, 37(6), 21-23.

Butcher, A. (2012). In my humble opinion. Stimulus: The New Zealand Journal of Christian Thought and Practice, 19(3), 38-43.

Butcher, A. (2012). On holiness. Colloquium: The Australian and New Zealand Theological Review, 44(2), 194-207.

Butcher, A. (2012). Students, soldiers, sports, sheep and the silver-screen: New Zealand’s soft power in ASEAN and Southeast Asia. Contemporary Southeast Asia, 34(2), 249-73.

Butcher, A. (2011). “They do not lead sanitary lives”: New Zealanders’ perceptions of India and Indians in 2010. Communication Journal of New Zealand, 12(1), 8-28.

Butcher, A. (2010). Demography, diaspora and diplomacy: New Zealand’s Asian challenges. New Zealand Population Review, 36, 137-157.

Butcher, A. (2010). International students and New Zealand’s future. Journal of International Education and Business, 1(1), 9-26.

Butcher, A., & Wieland, G. (2010). “Go from your country”: Missiological reflections on Asian Christians in New Zealand. Stimulus: The New Zealand Journal of Christian Thought and Practice, 18(1), 2-8.

Butcher, A. (2009). Friends, foreign and domestic: (Re)converging New Zealand’s export education and foreign policies. Policy Quarterly, 5(4), 64-70.

Butcher, A. (2009). The Asia New Zealand Foundation and its research programme. New Zealand Sociology, 24(2), 102-112.

Butcher, A. (2009). The Olympic effect: New Zealanders’ perceptions of China in 2008. The New Zealand Journal of Asian Studies, 11(2), 1-18.

Spoonley, P., & Butcher, A. (2009). Reporting superdiversity: The mass media and immigration in New Zealand. Journal of Intercultural Studies, 30(4), 355-372.

Stock, P., McGrath, T., & Butcher, A. (2009). Once returned, twice forgotten? Asian students returning home after studying in New Zealand. New Zealand Population Review, 33, 235-248.

Butcher, A. (2008). “Well they’re very good citizens”: New Zealanders’ perceptions of Asia. Sites: A Journal of Social Anthropology and Cultural Studies, 5(2), 5-30.

Butcher, A. (2007). Not a Western story: Christian faith and migrant communities in New Zealand. Aotearoa Ethnic Journal, 2(2), 33-37.

McGrath, T., & Butcher, A. (2005). International students in New Zealand: Needs and responses. International Education Journal, 5(4), 540-551.

Spoonley, P., Peace, R., Butcher, A., & O’Neill, D. (2005). Social cohesion: A policy and indicator framework for assessing immigrant and host outcomes. Social Policy Journal of New Zealand, 24, 85-110.

Butcher, A. (2004). Departures and arrivals: International students’ return to their countries of origin. Asian and Pacific Migration Journal, 13(3), 275- 303.

Butcher, A. (2004). Educate, consolidate, immigrate: Educational immigration in Auckland. Asia Pacific Viewpoint, 45(2), 255-278.

Butcher, A. (2004). Quality care? Export education policies in New Zealand from 1999 to 2002. Access: Critical Perspectives on Communication, Cultural and Policy Studies, 23(2), 21-31.

Butcher, A. (2003). Whither international students? University reforms in New Zealand 1984-1999. New Zealand Journal of Educational Studies, 38(2), 151-164.

Butcher, A. (2002). A grief observed: Grief experiences of East Asian students returning to their countries of origin. Journal of Studies in International Education, 6(4), 370-384.

Butcher, A. (2000). International students and the internationalisation of education in Australia and New Zealand. Norrag News, 27, 12-15.

Refereed book chapters
Butcher, A., & Norsworthy, B. (in press). Cupbearers to the King: Humility, hope and hospitality for formational practice. Paper to be presented to the ACHEA research conference, Christian Education: Reason and relevance, Brisbane, 31 July-2 August 2019.

Butcher, A. (in press). “Immigrants of doubtful value”: Translating policy discourse about international students in New Zealand. In H. Johnson & V. Anderson (Eds.), Migration, education and translation. London, England: Routledge.

Butcher, A. (in press). In the plural: One faith, many futures. In K. Ward (Ed.), Migration, cultural diversity and the church in Aotearoa New Zealand. Eugene, OR: Wipf & Stock.

Butcher, A. (in press). The changing faces and futures of New Zealand Christanity. In K. Ward (Ed.), Migration, cultural diversity and the church in Aotearoa New Zealand. Eugene, OR: Wipf and Stock.

Butcher, A. (2018). Doing cross-cultural research in New Zealand. In M. Tolich & C. Davidson (Eds.), Social science research in New Zealand: An introduction. Auckland, New Zealand: Auckland University Press.

Butcher, A. (2018). What does New Zealand’s changing demography mean for its place in the world? In R. G. Patman, I. Iati, & B. Kiglics (Eds.), New Zealand and the world: Past, present and future (pp. 83-100). Singapore: World Scientific.

Wieland, G., & Butcher, A. (2018, April). Finding ourselves at home together: The Bible as a place of intercultural encounter. Paper presented to the International Conference for Christian Educators (BTI & IAPCHE), Tauranga, New Zealand.

Butcher, A. (2017). An Irishman, a Samoan and a Korean walk into a church: Three encounters and New Zealand’s struggle for its national identity. In J. Leckie, A. McCarthy & A. Wanhalla (Eds.), Migrant cross-cultural encounters in Asia and the Pacific. London, England: Routledge.

McGrath, T., Sisley-Bentley, V., Butcher, A., & Wieland, G. (2016). Mission to and from diaspora: Influencing the context for mission. In S. J. Tira & T. Yamamori (Eds.), Scattered and gathered: A global compendium of diaspora missiology (pp. 147-180). Oxford, England: Regnum Books.

Butcher, A., & Wieland, G. (2015). The new Asian faces of Kiwi Christianity. In G. Ghosh & J. Leckie (Eds.), Asians and the new multiculturalism in Aotearoa New Zealand (pp. 193-216). Dunedin, New Zealand: Otago University Press.

Butcher, A., & Wieland, G. (2014). Of God and golf: Koreans in New Zealand. K. Wells (Ed.), Diplomats, allies and migrants: Patterns in New Zealand-Korean relations (pp. 125-150). Auckland, New Zealand: New Zealand Asia Institute.

Butcher, A. (2012). Being a good neighbour: New Zealand and track two diplomacy in Southeast Asia. In J. Headley, A. Reitzig, & J. Burton (Eds.), Public participation in foreign policy (pp. 134-152). London, England: Palgrave Macmillan.

Butcher, A., & McGrath, T. (2011). A sin of omission: New Zealand’s export education industry and foreign policy. In C. Holden, M. Kilkey, & G. Ramia (Eds.), Social Policy Review 23: Analysis and debate in social policy (pp. 257-280). Bristol, England: The Policy Press.

Butcher, A., & Spoonley, P. (2011). “Inv-Asian”: Print media constructions of Asians and Asian immigrants. In J. Leckie & P. Voci (Eds.), Localizing Asia in Aotearoa (pp. 98-115). Wellington, New Zealand: Dunmore.

McGrath, T., Butcher, A., Smith, H., Pickering, J., & Koo, Y. (2008). Engaging Asian communities in New Zealand: An investigation of what works. In A. Williamson & R. De Souza (Eds.), Researching with communities: Grounded perspectives on engaging communities in research (pp. 385- 397). Auckland, New Zealand: Muddy Creek Press.

Book reviews
Butcher, A. (2012). [Review of the book An introduction to Australian foreign policy (3rd ed.), by S. Firth]. New Zealand International Review, 37(5), 28.

Butcher, A. (2012). [Review of the book Modern Muslim identities: Negotiating religion and ethnicity in Malaysia, by G. Hoffstaedter]. New Zealand Journal of Asian Studies, 14, 2 (2012): 133-134.

Butcher, A. (2012). [Review of the book Transmigration and the New Chinese, edited by M. Ip]. Journal of Chinese Overseas, 8, 302-303.

Butcher, A. (2012). [Review of the book Welcome to our world? Immigration and the making of New Zealand by P. Spoonley & R. Bedford]. New Zealand Sociology, 27(2), 216-222.

Butcher, A. (2011). [Review of the book New Zealand and international migration: A digest and bibliography, number 5, edited by A. Trlin, P. Spoonley, & R. Bedford]. New Zealand Sociology, 26(1), 163-165.

Butcher, A. (2011). [Review of the book There goes the neighbourhood: Australia and the rise of Asia, by M. Wesley]. New Zealand Journal of Asian Studies, 13(2), 122-124.

Butcher, A. (2004). [Review of the book Unfolding history, evolving identity: The Chinese in New Zealand, by M. Ip]. New Zealand Sociology, 19(1), 169-171.

Major reports
Rolfe, J., & Butcher, A. (2014). Indonesia: Continuing the move to a fully functioning democracy. Wellington, New Zealand: Centre for Strategic Studies.

Butcher, A. (2012). Beyond students, soldiers and sentiment: New Zealand, Southeast Asia and ASEAN. Wellington, New Zealand: Asia New Zealand Foundation.

Butcher, A., & Wieland, G. (2009). Immigration and immigrants in New Zealand. Auckland, New Zealand: Vision New Zealand.
McGrath, T., Butcher, A., & Stock, P. (2007). Friends and allies: Returning Asian Students and their impact on New Zealand-Asia relationships. Wellington, New Zealand: Asia New Zealand Foundation.

Butcher, A., Spoonley, P., & Trlin, A. (2006). Being accepted: The experience of discrimination and social exclusion by immigrants and refugees in New Zealand. Palmerston North, New Zealand: Massey University.

McGrath, T., Butcher, A., Pickering, J., & Smith, H. (2005). Engaging Asian communities in New Zealand. Wellington, New Zealand: Asia New Zealand Foundation.

McGrath, T., Butcher, A. (2004). Campus-community linkages in the pastoral care of international students with specific reference to Palmerston North, Wellington and Christchurch. Wellington, New Zealand: Ministry of Education.

Spoonley, P., Peace, R., Butcher, A., & O’Neill, D. (2004). Immigration and social cohesion: Developing an indicator framework for measuring the impact of settlement policies in New Zealand. Wellington, New Zealand: Ministry of Social Development.

Butcher, A. (2003). To confirm and deny: Criteria for refugee status in New Zealand. Auckland, New Zealand: Vision Network.

Butcher, A. (2002). A report on the demographic, social and economic impact of international students in North Shore City. Auckland, New Zealand: North Shore City Council & Massey University.

Butcher, A. (2002). A review of non-standard work and the new economy. Auckland, New Zealand: Massey University.

Butcher, A., Lim, L-H., McGrath, T., & Revis, L. (2002). Nga tangata: Partnership in providing services to international students. Auckland, New Zealand: Asia Pacific Migration Research Network.

Greenaway, A., Conway, K., Field, A., Edwards, S., Bhatta, K., Huckle, T., & Butcher, A. (2002). Young people, alcohol, and safer public spaces. Auckland, New Zealand: The University of Auckland.

Conference Presentations

Butcher, A. (2015, June). What does New Zealand’s changing demography mean for its place in the world? Paper presented at the meeting of the Otago Foreign Policy School, Dunedin, New Zealand.

Butcher, A. (2015, March). “My best friend is Asian”: Tracking New Zealanders’ changing attitudes to Asia and Asian peoples. Paper presented at the conference of the Population Association, Wellington, New Zealand.

Butcher, A. (2014, November). The cross in cross-cultural: The church, three encounters and the struggle for national identity. Paper presented at Migrant Cross-Cultural Encounters: A Multidisciplinary Conference, Dunedin, New Zealand.

Butcher, A. (2014, September). In the plural: One faith, many futures. Paper presented at the conference of the Knox Centre for Ministry and Leadership and Carey Baptist College, Auckland, New Zealand.

Butcher, A., & Wesley, M. (2013, November). Becoming Asia-literate in the 21st century. Paper presented at the Australia and New Zealand School of Government and State Services Commission Lecture Series, Wellington, New Zealand.

Butcher, A., Spoonley, P., & Gendall, P. (2013, October). Reorienting to Asia: Tracking New Zealanders’ attitude to Asia and Asian peoples 1997- 2011. Paper presented at the Annual Pathways, Circuits and Crossroads Conference, Wellington, New Zealand.

Butcher, A. (2012, November). For rest and Sunday best: Korean migration and settlement in New Zealand. Paper presented at the conference of the New Zealand Asia Institute, the Korea Foundation and the Korean Embassy, Auckland, New Zealand.

Butcher, A. (2012, October). Attitudes toward Asia: Australia, New Zealand and Canada compared. Paper presented at the Pathways to Metropolis in the 21st century: Immigration Issues and Futures conference, Auckland, New Zealand.

Butcher, A. (2012, August). Unity and diversity: The sojourner among you. Paper presented at a seminar for the Wellington Theological Consortium, Wellington, New Zealand.

Butcher, A. (2011, May). There goes the neighbourhood: New Zealand’s new future in Asia. Paper presented at the Massey University Albany Asian Hub Lecture Series, Auckland, New Zealand.

Anderson, V., McGrath, T., Butcher, A., Pheng, C. C., Doi, A., & Stock, P. (2010, September). Community engagement and study-to-work transitions: Recommendations from Asia-born New Zealand-educated business graduates. Paper presented at the conference of the ISANA International Education Association, Melbourne, Australia.

McGrath, T., Biswas, P., Butcher, A., Hastings, C., & Kant, R. (2010, September). Enhancing community engagement of international students using computer-mediated communities. Paper presented at the conference of the ISANA International Education Association, Melbourne, Australia.

Butcher, A. (2009, December). International students and international relations: Bridging the gap between education and foreign policies. Paper presented at the 20th conference of the ISANA International Education Association, Canberra, Australia.

McGrath, T., Butcher, A., Anderson, V., Pheng, C. C., Doi A., & Stock, P. (2009, December). Choices and expectations of Asia-born, New Zealand trained business graduates. Paper presented at the 20th conference of the ISANA International Education Association, Canberra, Australia.

Butcher, A., & Wieland, G. (2009, October). Migrant Christian communities in New Zealand: Observations and missiological reflections. Paper presented at the conference of the Aotearoa New Zealand Association of Mission Studies, Auckland, New Zealand.

Butcher, A. (2009, July). The Olympic effect: New Zealanders’ perceptions of China in 2008. Paper presented at the 18th conference of the New Zealand Asian Studies Society, Wellington, New Zealand.

Butcher, A., & Spoonley, P. (2009, January). Reporting superdiversity: The mass media and immigration in New Zealand. Paper presented at the Localising Asia in Aotearoa/New Zealand Conference, Dunedin, New Zealand.

Butcher, A. (2007, December). Handmaiden or collaborator? Research in the public space. Paper presented at the joint conference of the The Australian Sociological Association and the Sociological Association of Aotearoa New Zealand, Auckland, New Zealand.

Butcher, A. (2007, November). In pleasant places: A biographical narrative of being missionaries in Republican China. Paper presented at the 17th conference of the New Zealand Asian Studies Society, Dunedin, New Zealand.

McGrath, T., Stock, P., & Butcher, A. (2007, November). The impact of returning Asian students on NZ-Asian relationships. Paper presented at the 18th conference of the ISANA International Education Association, Adelaide, Australia.

McGrath, T., Butcher, A. (2005, November). Viewing pastoral care as a key component in sustaining New Zealand’s export education industry. Paper presented at the 16th ISANA International Education Conference, Melbourne, Australia.

Butcher, A., Spoonley, P., & Trlin, A. (2004, April). Settling and being accepted: Immigrant perceptions and discrimination in New Zealand. Paper presented at the seminar New Directions, New Settlers: Responding to Contemporary Migration Challenges, Wellington, New Zealand.

Butcher, A., Spoonley, P., & Trlin, A. (2003, December). Perceived discrimination against refugees and migrants in New Zealand. Paper presented at the conference of the Sociological Association of Aotearoa New Zealand, Auckland, New Zealand.

Lewis, N., & Butcher, A. (2003, July). Place and images of quality in New Zealand’s export education industry. Paper presented at the conference of the New Zealand Geography Association, Auckland, New Zealand.

Dr Andrew Butcher
Dr Andrew Butcher
Educator/Kaiako, Executive Leadership Team, Master of Professional Practice & Leadership, Principal/Te Taiurungi, Social Practice
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PhD, BA(Hons), BA
Staff code #
07 562 2910
a.butcher@bti.ac.nz
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