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Title Te kōparapara : an introduction to the Māori world / edited by Michael Reilly, Suzanne Duncan, Gianna Leoni, Lachy Paterson, Lyn Carter, Matiu Rātima and Poia Rewi
Published Auckland, New Zealand : Auckland University Press, 2018
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Description 1 online resource (xi, 472 pages) : illustrations
Contents Part one: He Tumu: Foundations -- 1. Te Tīmatanga mai o te Ao: The beginning of the world -- 2. Tikanga: How not to get told off -- 3. Whakapaparanga: Social structure, leadership and Whāngai -- 4. Ngā Hekenga Waka: Migration and early settlement -- 5. Kaitiakitanga: Land, people and resource management -- 6. Marae -- 7. Ritual today: Pōwhiri -- 8. Takiauē(Tangihanga): Death and mourning -- Part two: Tāhuhu Kōrero: Histories 9. Te Tūtakitanga o ngā Tāngata: The meeting of peoples 10. He Whakaputanga me te Tiriti: The declaration and the Treaty -- 11. Piki, Heke: Opportunity and disappointment, 1840-1863 -- 12. He Mōrearea, he Kairiritanga, he Whakatikatanga: Crisis and conflict, resistance and readjustment, 1863-1881 -- 13. He Takaoraora, he Whakameto: Struggle and advancing in a stealthy manner, 1881-1918 -- 14. Tōrangapū Ohaoha: Māori and the political economy, 1918-1945 -- 15. Te Hūmuku: Māori urban migration -- Part three: Tākiri te Ata: Futures 16. Te Tiriti me Ōna Whakatau: The Waitangi Tribunal and Treaty settlements -- 17. Ngā Hurihanga o te Reo Māori i te Mātauranga: Changes in Māori language education -- 18. Hauora Māori -- He Tīmatanga: Māori health -- An introduction -- 19. Whakahiatotanga me te Mātauranga Māori -- Māori and indigenous knowledge in development contexts -- 20. Hangarau me te Māori: Māori and technology -- 21. He Tātai Tuakiri: The 'imagined' criteria of Māori identity
Summary "This book aims to allow the Māori world to speak for itself through an accessible introduction to Māori culture, history and society from an indigenous perspective. In twenty-one illustrated chapters, leading scholars introduce Māori culture (including tikanga on and off the marae and key rituals like pōwhiri and tangihanga), Māori history (from the beginning of the world and the waka migration through to Māori protest and urbanisation in the twentieth century), and Māori society today (including twenty-first century issues like education, health, political economy and identity)"--Publisher information
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
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Subject Maori (New Zealand people) -- History
Maori (New Zealand people) -- Social conditions
Maori (New Zealand people) -- Social life and customs
Genre/Form History.
Form Electronic book
Author Carter, Lyn, editor
Duncan, Suzanne, editor
Leoni, Gianna, editor
Paterson, Lachy, 1958- editor
Ratima, Matiu Tai, editor
Reilly, Michael, 1958- editor
Rewi, Poia, editor
ISBN 1775589315 (EPUB)
1775589323 (electronic bk.)
9781775589310 (EPUB)
9781775589327 (electronic bk.)