Te koparapara : an introduction to the Maori world / edited by Michael Reilly, Suzanne Duncan, Gianna Leoni, Lachy Paterson, Lyn Carter, Matiu Ratima and Poia Rewi
By: Reilly, Michael.
Contributor(s): Duncan, Suzanne | Leoni, Gianna | Paterson, Lachy | Carter, Lyn | Ratima, Matiu | Rewi, Poia.Publisher: Auckland, N.Z. : Auckland University Press, 2018Description: electronic resource.ISBN: 9781869408671.Subject(s): New Zealand | History | SocietyOnline resources: Download as an eBook
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HE TUMU - FOUNDATIONS: Te Timatanga mai o te Ao: the beginning of the world -- Tikanga: how not to get told off! -- Whakapaparanga: social structure, leadership and whangai -- Nga hekenga waka: migration and early settlement -- Kaitiakitanaga: land, people and resource management -- Marae -- Ritual today: powhiri -- Takiaue (Tangihanga): death and mourning. TAHUHU KORERO - HISTORIES: Te Tutakitanga o nga Tangata: the meeting of peoples -- He Whakaputanga me te Tiriti: the declaration and the treaty -- Piki, Heke: opportunity and disappointment, 1840-1863 -- He Morearea, he Kairiritanga, he Whakatikatanga: crisis and conflict, resistance and readjustment, 1863-1881 -- He Takaoraora, he Whakameto: struggle and advancing in a stealthy manner, 1881-1918 -- Torangapu Ohaoha: Maori and the political economy, 1918-1945 -- Te Hunuku: Maori urban migration. TAKIRI TE ATA - FUTURES: Te Tiriti me Ona Whakatau: the Waitangi tribunal and treaty settlements -- Nga Hurihanga o te Reo Maori i te Matauranga: changes in Maori language education -- Hauora Maori - He Timatanga: Maori health - an introduction -- Whakahiatotanga me te Matauranga Maori: Maori and indigenous knowledge in development contexts -- Hangarau me te Maori: Maori and technology -- He Tatai Tuakiri: the 'imagined' criteria of Maori identity.
Offers an introduction to Maori culture, history, and society from an indigenous perspective. Includes marae protocols, Maori history, from the beginning of the world to urbanisation, and Maori society today. Presents key knowledge from 21 scholars.