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Te mātāpunenga : a compendium of references to the concepts and institutions of Māori customary law / compiled, edited and introduced by Richard Benton, Alex Frame & Paul Meredith, Te Mātāhauariki Research Institute, University of Waikato.

Contributor(s): Benton, Richard [editor of compilation.] | Frame, Alex, 1946- [editor of compilation.] | Meredith, Paul (Paul Edward) [editor of compilation.] | Te Mātāhauariki Institute [issuing body.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Wellington : Victoria University Press, 2013Copyright date: ©2013Description: 551 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780864738899 :; 9780864738899; 0864738897.Subject(s): Customary law -- New Zealand | Maori (New Zealand people) -- Social life and customs | Maori (New Zealand people) -- Legal status, laws, etc | Ture | Kaitiakitanga | Tikanga tuku ihoDDC classification: 340.5293
Contents:
Machine-generated contents note: Definitions -- 'Primitive Law' -- 'Genuine' v. 'Spurious' Custom -- Selection of Titles and Entries -- Translation Issues -- Etymological and Lexicographical Matters -- Sources -- Acknowledgements -- List of Abbreviations -- Ahi Kä -- Aituä -- Ariki -- Aroha -- Atua -- Aukati -- Äwhina -- Ea -- Hahunga -- Häkari -- Hapü -- Hara -- Hau -- Hë -- Hohou i te Rongo -- Hoko -- Hui -- Ihi -- Iwi -- Käinga -- Kaitiakitanga -- Kanga -- Karakia -- Kaumätua -- Kaupapa -- Kawa -- Käwanatanga -- Kawe Mate -- Kawenata -- Koha -- Köhuru -- Körero -- Kotahitanga -- Köti -- Kupu -- Mäkutu -- Mana -- Mana Körero -- Mana Moana -- Mana Motuhake -- Mana Tangata -- Mana Whenua -- Manaakitanga -- Mäori -- Mäoritanga -- Marae -- Matakite -- Mätauranga -- Matäwhanga -- Mate Mäori -- Mauri -- Muru -- Noa -- Ngau Whiore -- Ohäkï -- Ohu -- Päkehä -- Pana -- Patu -- Pono -- Pouwhenua -- Pure -- Püremu -- Rähui -- Rangatira -- Rangatiratanga -- Raupatu -- Riri -- Ritenga -- Rohe -- Roromi -- Rünanga -- Tähae -- Tahe -- Takahi Whare -- Takapau Wharanui -- Takawaenga -- Take -- Taniwha -- Tangihanga -- Tangata Whenua -- Taonga -- Täpae -- Toto -- Tapatapa Whenua -- Tapu -- Tatau Pounamu -- Taua -- Tauiwi -- Taunaha -- Taurekareka -- Tikanga -- Tohunga -- Tuakana / Teina -- Tuku -- Tumu -- Tüpäpaku -- Tupu -- Tupuna -- Türangawaewae -- Ture -- Umanga -- Uto -- Utu -- Wä -- Wähi Tapu -- Wairua -- Waka -- Wänanga -- Whakaae -- Whakamä -- Whakamomori -- Whakapapa -- Whakauru -- Whakawä -- Whänau -- Whanaunatanga -- Whängai -- Whakataukï / Pepeha -- Wharekura -- Whenua -- Whiu.
Summary: "Te Mātāpunenga sets out the terms and concepts of Māori customary law as they are recorded in traditional Māori accounts and historical records, along with modern interpretations of the terms and concepts, the contexts for their cited uses, etymological information, regional differences, and the manner in which customary concepts have been recognised or modified by the legislative and judicial branches of the New Zealand government since 1840. It provides an authoritative point of reference for those wishing to engage in the ongoing public discourse on the future shape of the legal system of our country"--Publisher information.
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"Te Matapunenga sets out the terms and concepts of Maori customary law as they are recorded in traditional Maori accounts and historical records, along with modern interpretations of the terms and concepts, the contexts for their cited uses, etymological information, regional differences, and the manner in which customary concepts have been recognised or modified by the legislative and judicial branches of the New Zealand government since 1840. It provides an authoritative point of reference for those wishing to engage in the ongoing public discourse on the future shape of the legal system of our country"--Publisher information.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Machine-generated contents note: Definitions -- 'Primitive Law' -- 'Genuine' v. 'Spurious' Custom -- Selection of Titles and Entries -- Translation Issues -- Etymological and Lexicographical Matters -- Sources -- Acknowledgements -- List of Abbreviations -- Ahi Kä -- Aituä -- Ariki -- Aroha -- Atua -- Aukati -- Äwhina -- Ea -- Hahunga -- Häkari -- Hapü -- Hara -- Hau -- Hë -- Hohou i te Rongo -- Hoko -- Hui -- Ihi -- Iwi -- Käinga -- Kaitiakitanga -- Kanga -- Karakia -- Kaumätua -- Kaupapa -- Kawa -- Käwanatanga -- Kawe Mate -- Kawenata -- Koha -- Köhuru -- Körero -- Kotahitanga -- Köti -- Kupu -- Mäkutu -- Mana -- Mana Körero -- Mana Moana -- Mana Motuhake -- Mana Tangata -- Mana Whenua -- Manaakitanga -- Mäori -- Mäoritanga -- Marae -- Matakite -- Mätauranga -- Matäwhanga -- Mate Mäori -- Mauri -- Muru -- Noa -- Ngau Whiore -- Ohäkï -- Ohu -- Päkehä -- Pana -- Patu -- Pono -- Pouwhenua -- Pure -- Püremu -- Rähui -- Rangatira -- Rangatiratanga -- Raupatu -- Riri -- Ritenga -- Rohe -- Roromi -- Rünanga -- Tähae -- Tahe -- Takahi Whare -- Takapau Wharanui -- Takawaenga -- Take -- Taniwha -- Tangihanga -- Tangata Whenua -- Taonga -- Täpae -- Toto -- Tapatapa Whenua -- Tapu -- Tatau Pounamu -- Taua -- Tauiwi -- Taunaha -- Taurekareka -- Tikanga -- Tohunga -- Tuakana / Teina -- Tuku -- Tumu -- Tüpäpaku -- Tupu -- Tupuna -- Türangawaewae -- Ture -- Umanga -- Uto -- Utu -- Wä -- Wähi Tapu -- Wairua -- Waka -- Wänanga -- Whakaae -- Whakamä -- Whakamomori -- Whakapapa -- Whakauru -- Whakawä -- Whänau -- Whanaunatanga -- Whängai -- Whakataukï / Pepeha -- Wharekura -- Whenua -- Whiu.

"Te Mātāpunenga sets out the terms and concepts of Māori customary law as they are recorded in traditional Māori accounts and historical records, along with modern interpretations of the terms and concepts, the contexts for their cited uses, etymological information, regional differences, and the manner in which customary concepts have been recognised or modified by the legislative and judicial branches of the New Zealand government since 1840. It provides an authoritative point of reference for those wishing to engage in the ongoing public discourse on the future shape of the legal system of our country"--Publisher information.

Chiefly in English, with some text in Māori.

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