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  • He maimoa i ngā whakatupuranga anamata: Ko te mātauranga taketake o ngā tūpuna me te whakarea tamariki

    Greensill, Hineitimoana; Manuirirangi, Hōri; Pihama, Leonie; Mahealani Miller, Jamee; Lee-Morgan, Jenny Bol Jun; Campbell, Donna; Te Nana, Rihi (Te Whare Wānanga o Waikato, 2017)
    Tā tēnei tuhinga, he āta titiro ki ngā kōrero onamata o ngā iwi Māori rātou ko ngā kānaka o Hawai’i. Ka arohaehaetia ngā momo tuhituhinga-ā-waha, arā ko te ‘ōlelo no‘eau me te whakataukī/whakatauākī kia tīroua ake ngā ...
  • He waipuna koropupū: Taranaki Māori wellbeing and suicide prevention

    Cameron, Ngaropi; Pihama, Leonie; Millard, Jocelyn; Cameron, Awhina; Koopu, Bry (Te Rau Matatini, 2017)
    The research project He Waipuna Koropupū aimed to explore and share a knowledge base that could inform practice in relation to Taranaki Māori suicide. The project was grounded upon the notion that through Taranaki knowledge ...
  • Investigating Māori approaches to trauma informed care

    Pihama, Leonie; Smith, Linda Tuhiwai; Evans-Campbell, Tessa; Kohu-Morgan, Hinewirangi; Cameron, Ngaropi; Mataki, Tania; Te Nana, Rihi; Skipper, Herearoha; Southey, Kim (Te Rau Matatini, 2017)
    This article gives an overview of a three-year Health Research Council funded research project “He Oranga Ngākau: Māori approaches to trauma-informed care”. The study is informed by Kaupapa Māori which provides both the ...
  • Māori cultural definitions of sexual violence.

    Pihama, Leonie; Te Nana, Rihi; Cameron, Ngaropi; Smith, Cherryl; Reid, John; Southey, Kim (2016)
    Exploring definitions of sexual violence in Aotearoa highlights that on the whole such definitions are located within dominant Pākehā frameworks that do not provide adequately for understanding the context of sexual violence ...
  • Ngā Hua a Tāne Rore: The Benefits of Kapa Haka.

    Pihama, Leonie; Tipene, Jillian; Skipper, Herearoha (Manatū Taonga - Ministry of Culture & Heritage, 2014)
    This report presentsthe findings of scoping research that is focused on developing a research agenda that will enable a greater understanding of the value and contribution of kapa haka to Aotearoa New Zealand society, and ...

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  • Te ahi tawhito, te ahi tipua, te ahi nā Mahuika: Re-igniting Native women’s ceremony

    Murphy, Ngahuia Aroha Grace (The University of Waikato, 2019)
    This research examines the multiple ways in which Māori, and Hawai’ian and Native American women, are re-activating feminine ceremonial forms and recovering sacred relationships with customary feminine deities. Attention ...
  • Ngā kura a Hineteiwaiwa: The Embodiment of Mana Wahine in Māori Fibre Arts

    Campbell, Donna (The University of Waikato, 2019)
    Imagine you are on a continuum of past present and future, in the present while connected to the past and creating for the future. Kairaranga are constantly in this experience through engaging with the materiality of the ...
  • Ngā niho tēte o Pekehāua: An Indigenous articulation of governance

    Mahuika, Rangimarie (The University of Waikato, 2019)
    This thesis originally set out to examine the structures and models available within New Zealand for a post-settlement tribal governance framework that would meet the Office of Treaty Settlements requirements while empowering ...
  • huka can haka: Taonga performing tino rangatiratanga

    Nopera, Tāwhanga Mary-Legs (The University of Waikato, 2017)
    huka can haka is an ongoing body of creative works used to frame the ideas expressed in this thesis. Spoken, ‘huka’ sounds like ‘hooker’, he is a performance persona developed to help heal from the bitter-sweet reality of ...