Ki te whaiao : an introduction to Māori culture and society / Tania M. Ka'ai ... [and others], editors.
Contributor(s): Ka'ai, Tania [editor.] | Moorfield, John C | Reilly, Michael | Mosley, Sharon | Ka'ai, Tania | Moorfield, John C. [Ed.] | Reilly. Michael P. J. [Ed.] | Mosley, Sharon [Ed.].Material type: BookPublisher: Auckland, N.Z. : Pearson Longman, 2004Description: xiii, 258 pages : illustrations, maps, portraits ; 25 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780582545724.Other title: Introduction to Maori culture and society.Subject(s): Social interaction -- New Zealand | Maori -- Culture | Maori -- Social life and customs | Maori (New Zealand people) | Maori (New Zealand people) -- Social life and customs | Tāngata whenua | Tikanga tuku iho | Noho-ā-iwi | Kōrero nehe | Maori (New Zealand People) -- Culture | Te Ao Maori | Tikanga Maori | New Zealand -- Race relationsDDC classification: 305.899442
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:
Ki te Whaiao: An Introduction to Māori Culture and Society, is intended for students of Māori studies at tertiary institutions. It is also aimed at several other audiences: those Māori who want to know more about their own world, Pākehā living in this country, and people from overseas who want to learn about the history of the Indigenous people of Aotearoa/New Zealand. The book describes traditional and contemporary Māori society and its interaction with Pākehā society since first contact. It gives expression to the voices and words of Māori scholars and those informed by their world-view. Emphasis has been placed on the clarification of Māori cultural concepts throughout, in order to give readers a deeper understanding of the Māori world and to excite their interest in the key themes developed throughout the text. The book has been arranged in two parts Part one is called Te Ao Māori (The Māori World) and examines a series of topics encompassing tribal histories about the creation,important cultural concepts, the migration journeys to Aotearoa, the origins of the Māori language, cultural traditions and practices, leadership and Māori performing and fine arts. Part two, Ngā Ao e Rua (The Two Worlds) examines early contact between Māori and Pākehā, the Treaty and related issues, religion, sovereignty, education and literature, and ends with a chapter on the Pacific peoples in Aotearoa/New Zealand.
"Intended for students of Maori studies at tertiary institutions." -- Back cover.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Ch.1. Te timatanga mai o nga atua : creation narratives / Michael P. J. Reilly - Ch.2. Te ao Maori : Maori world-view / Tania M. Ka'ai and Rawinia Higgins - Ch.3. Nga hekenga waka : canoe migrations / Jim Williams - Ch.4. Te reo Maori : origins and development of the Maori language / John C. Moorfield and E. Lorraine Johnston - Ch.5. Papa-tua-nuku : attitudes to land / Jim Williams - Ch.6. Whanaungatanga : kinship / Michael P. J. Reilly - Ch.7. Nga tikanga o te marae : marae practices / Rawinia Higgins and John C. Moofield - Ch.8. Tangihanga : death customs / Rawinia Higgins and John C. Moorfield - Ch.9. Rangatiratanga : traditional and contemporary leadership / Tania M. Ka'ai and Michael P. J. Reilly -- Ch.10. Nga mahi a Tane-Rore me Te Rehia : performing arts / Nathan W. Matthews and Karyn Paringatai -- Ch.11. Nga mahi toi : the arts / Pakaariki Harrison, Kahu Te Kanawa, and Rawinia Higgins - Ch.12. Nga tuhituhinga reo Maori : literature in Maori / Jane McRae - Ch.13. Te tutakitanga o nga ao e rua : early contacts between two worlds / Erik Olssen and Michael P. J. Reilly - Ch.14. Te Tiriti o Waitangi : the Treaty of Waitangi / Janine Hayward - Ch.15. Mana Maori motuhake : challenges to 'kawanatanga' 1840-1940 / Lachy Paterson - Ch.16. Nga poropiti me nga Hahi : prophets and the churches / John Stenhouse and Lachy Paterson - Ch.17. Te mana o te tangata whenua : indigenous assertions of sovereignty / Tania M. Ka'ai - Ch.18. Te taminga o te matauranga Maori : colonisation in education / Brendan Hokowhitu - Ch.19. Te mana o te reo me nga tikanga : power and politics of the language / Tania M. Ka'ai - Ch.20. Nga tuhituhinga reo Pakeha : literature in English / Chris Prentice - Ch.21. Nga hekenga hou : Pacific peoples in Aotearoa/New Zealand / Michelle Saisoa'a.
Chapter headings in Māori and English.
Chapter headings in Maori and English.
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