Browsing by Author "Simmonds, Naomi Beth"

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  • Here to stay: Reshaping the regions through mana Māori

    Simmonds, Naomi Beth; Kukutai, Tahu; Ryks, John (Massey University Press, 2016)
    Situated 65 kilometres south-east of Hamilton, Putāruru (population 3747 in the 2013 Census) is typical of the many farming service towns scattered across rural Aotearoa New Zealand. Bakeries, op shops, a sports bar and a ...
  • Honouring our ancestors: Reclaiming the power of Māori maternities

    Simmonds, Naomi Beth (Demeter Press, 2017)
    Māori¹ maternal knowledges are intimately tied to ancestors, to ancestral knowledges, and to whenua (land).² Iwi (tribes), hapū (smaller tribal groupings), and whānau (families)³ have their own maternal knowledges, which ...
  • Iwi, institutes, societies & community led initiatives

    Whaanga, Hēmi; Simmonds, Naomi Beth; Keegan, Te Taka Adrian Gregory (Te Pua Wānanga ki te Ao / Faculty of Māori and Indigenous Studies, the University of Waikato, 2017)
    With the rapid evolution, innovation and incredible growth of ICT, the avenues to exchange, access, manage, create, disseminate, display and research Indigenous data and Mātauranga Māori have increased at astounding rates. ...
  • Mana Wahine Geographies: Spiritual, Spatial and Embodied Understandings of Papatūānuku

    Simmonds, Naomi Beth (The University of Waikato, 2009)
    This thesis is a theoretical and empirical exploration of Māori women's knowledges and understandings of Papatūānuku in contemporary Aotearoa. The primary focus of this research is on the complexities, connections, and ...
  • Māori tourism geographies: Values, morals and diverse economies

    Ringham, Sandi; Simmonds, Naomi Beth; Johnston, Lynda (2016)
    Māori working in tourism negotiate moral terrains of their own world and those of visiting tourists, all of which are layered with colonial and capitalist values of Aotearoa New Zealand and beyond. We draw on research with ...

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  • The moral terrains of Māori tourism

    Ringham, Sandi (University of Waikato, 2015)
    The objective of this project is to understand how Māori values are integrated into Māori tourism geographies. The research asks three questions. First, how do values shape the moral terrains of Māori tourism? Second, how ...