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Browsing Te Kawa a Māui · School of Māori Studies by Subject "420306 Maori Cultural Studies"

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  • Gonzalez, Christina M. (Victoria University of Wellington, 2010)
    Ngati Kahungunu is an ideal example to investigate the processes of identity management and socio-political representation within and outside of their traditional tribal territory. It is the third most populous iwi in ...
  • O'Carroll, Acushla Deanne (Victoria University of Wellington, 2009)
    Haka and hula performances tell stories that represent histories, traditions, protocols and customs of the Maori and Hawai'ian people and give insight into their lives and the way that they see the world. The way that haka ...
  • Seifert, Miki (Victoria University of Wellington, 2011)
    In the British settler nations of the United States, New Zealand, Australia and Canada, there continues to be debate about how to conduct research across the coloniser-indigene hyphen. Various indigenous scholars have ...
  • Kumar, Te Atawhai Praneeta Devi (Victoria University of Wellington, 2010)
    This thesis articulates physical activities of tangata whenua occupation and use as being central to the operations of ahi ka and fundamental to the demonstration of mana whenua and mana moana. The focus on use and ...
  • Kire, Andrea (Victoria University of Wellington, 2011)
    During the 1970s research showed that less than 20% of Māori people were proficient in the Māori language. Leading sociolinguists of that time predicted the Māori language would be extinct by 2000. This provided the ...

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