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  • The challenges of culture to psychology and post-modern thinking

    Waldegrave, Charles (Psychology Department, University of Waikato, 1993)
    Someone at a workshop in the Waikato once said to us, “You know a Maori, if they want to, can always learn to be a psychologist, but a psychologist can’t learn to be a Maori”. Cultural knowledge may or may not be accompanied ...
  • Challenges to psychology in Aotearoa

    Awatere-Huata, Donna (Psychology Department, University of Waikato, 1993)
    Maori people are putting up with a lot right now. If governments can transfer $20 billion in the past ten years for hand outs and write offs to Pakeha people who have endured little, then they can do a lot better than the ...
  • Cultural Justice and Ethics

    Nikora, Linda Waimarie (Psychology Department, University of Waikato, 1993)
    Contains the complete proceedings of the Cultural Justice and Ethics symposium held within the Annual Conference of the New Zealand Psychological Society, Wellington, 23rd-24th August, 1993. The responsibility for ensuring ...
  • Cultural justice and ethics: From within

    Garner, Kerin (Psychology Department, University of Waikato, 1993)
    Where I eventually got a lot of support, awhi, aroha, was from the PPTA when I became a member of Te Huarahi and they helped to see me through the tears and the confusion. It wasn’t because I was Maori, it was because I ...
  • Cultural justice, ethics and practice: Summary of presentation

    Herbert, Averil May Lloyd (1993)
    The following cases and remarks are based on the author’s employment over six years in the Department of Social Welfare in Rotorua Specialist Services. The author discusses definitions that relate to the topic of cultural ...
  • Cultural justice, ethics and teaching

    Nairn, Ray (Psychology Department, University of Waikato, 1993)
    Te Tiriti o Waitangi provides both a basis for cultural justice in this society and an explication of the term; each of the articles identifying a significant aspect of cultural justice. First, there is the guarantee to ...
  • Ethics in Maori research: Working paper

    Cram, Fiona (Psychology Department, University of Waikato, 1993)
    When we think about what we are doing as researchers, one of our main tasks is to acquire knowledge. For some researchers their task begins and ends there. Knowledge is viewed as cumulative, that by adding to some knowledge ...
  • Ethics systems in the New Zealand psychological society

    Dixon, Brian (Psychology Department, University of Waikato, 1993)
    It is important to remember that the Psychological Society does not exist in isolation. It is part of a wider society and must be accountable to and responsive to the needs of the public, its clients and changes occurring ...
  • Interface of gender and culture

    Tamasese, Kiwi (Psychology Department, University of Waikato, 1993)
    I greet you in the soothing waters of the Pacific. The birth waters of Hawai’i to the North, island of the dream time, and Aotearoa, to the south. Papua New Guinea to the West and Marquesas to the East. These islands are ...
  • Life in a clinical diploma course

    Paterson, Keriata (Psychology Department, University of Waikato, 1993)
    This paper focuses on the author’s experience of a Clinical Diploma programme. The author is a Maori woman who is in her second year of a three year post-graduate Clinical Diploma programme. The paper includes comment on ...
  • The New Zealand psychological society and the Treaty of Waitangi: Proposed implementation plan

    National Standing Committee on Bicultural Issues (Psychology Department, University of Waikato, 1993)
    In August 1993, the National Standing Committee on Bicultural Issues (NSCBI) was asked to prepare an implementation plan for the above Rule 3 for presentation to the Council of the New Zealand Psychological Society. This ...
  • Pakeha students and a pro-Treaty analysis: Teaching issues in a diploma of clinical psychology programme

    Yensen, Helen; McCreanor, Tim (Psychology Department, University of Waikato, 1993)
    We ran Treaty/biculturalism workshops for the Diploma on an ad hoc basis in 1990, 1991, and 1992. This year we have contracted for a fuller package which involves work with first and second years and staff. Next year this ...
  • A survey of psychologists’ opinions and behaviours on aspects of Maori mental health

    Sawrey, Richard (Psychology Department, University of Waikato, 1993)
    In the majority of settings where psychologists work, particularly in State health and justice settings, Maori people are substantially over represented relative to their numbers in the general population (Durie, 1987). ...
  • Tatari, tautoko, tauawhi - Hei awhina tamariki ki te panui pukapuka: Some preliminary findings

    Glynn, Ted; Rogers, Sonia; Teddy, Nancy; Atvars, Kathryn (Psychology Department, University of Waikato, 1993)
    The Tatari, Tautoko, Tauawhi reading tutoring procedures have been adapted from the procedures known as Pause, Prompt, Praise, first developed in Mangere in 1977. The first author offered the procedures as a koha at a ...