This community houses research from Te Pua Wānanga ki te Ao - Faculty of Māori and Indigenous Studies at the University of Waikato.

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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 ...
  • Positioning historical trauma theory within Aotearoa New Zealand

    Pihama, Leonie; Reynolds, Paul; Smith, Cherryl; Reid, John; Smith, Linda Tuhiwai; Te Nana, Rihi (Nga Pae o Te Maramatanga, 2014)
    This article explores the relevance of historical trauma theory for Mäori research. In exploring the impact of historical trauma upon Mäori it has become clear that the terminology associated with historical trauma theory ...
  • Mā mahi, ka ora: by work, we prosper--traditional healers and workforce development.

    Ahuriri-Driscoll, Annabel; Boulton, Amohia; Stewart, Albie; Potaka-Osborne, Gill; Hudson, Maui (2015)
    AIM: Rongoā Māori practitioners make a valuable contribution towards Māori health outcomes, albeit with limited resourcing or formal training. This paper reports on a survey of healers/healing practices-specifically healers' ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • He Whare Hangarau Māori Language, culture & technology

    Whaanga, Hēmi; Keegan, Te Taka Adrian Gregory; Apperley, Mark (Te Pua Wānanga ki te Ao / Faculty of Māori and Indigenous Studies, 2017)
    As editors we had the idea of creating a volume of this type for some time before it became a reality. Its scope is both academic and practical. Its academic relevance contributes to on-going academic discussions and debates ...
  • Adult education within a circular migration scheme. A case study from New Zealand

    Morrison, Sandra L. (Institut za pedagogiju i andragogiju; Originalni članak (Institute for Pedagogy and Andragogy), 2015)
    This article examines the adult education and learning that occurs between a Māori business and the workers they employ from the Pacific nation of Tonga through the Recognised Seasonal Employer (RSE) scheme, a seasonal ...
  • The development of guidelines for indigenous research ethics in Aotearoa/New Zealand.

    Hudson, Maui; Milne, Moe; Russell, Khyla; Smith, Barry; Reynolds, Paul; Atatoa-Carr, Polly (Vaartoe Centre for Sami Research, Umea University, 2016)
    The development of Indigenous frameworks for research ethics has been a key component of progressing Indigenous aspirations for research around the world. They have provided a focal point for challenging approaches to ...
  • How institutions frame mātauranga Māori (Commissioned by Waikato Regional Council)

    Whaanga, Hēmi; Waiti, Jordan; Hudson, Maui; Williams, Julian; Roa, Tom (University of Waikato, 2017)
    The primary questions for this report are: 1) How is Mātauranga Māori framed by Institutions? 2) How is Mātauranga Māori being operationalised by Institutions in New Zealand? Mātauranga Māori is the intellectual capital ...
  • Imagining our own approaches

    Smith, Linda Tuhiwai (Routledge, 2015)
    I spent some formative years of my life either in the back of museums or their basements helping my father, a scholar of Māori Studies, and keeping myself out of trouble. In the late 1960s I had one small job in the library ...
  • Kaupapa Māori research- Some Kaupapa Māori principles

    Smith, Linda Tuhiwai (Te Kotahi Research Institute, 2015)
    This paper was first presented at a conference of Māori academic staff at Massey University in 1996. It predates the publication of Decolonising Methodologies in 1998. You will note that since this paper was first presented ...
  • On the stage Māori medium ITE: Listening to students’ voices

    Lee-Morgan, Jenny Bol Jun; Muller, Maureen (Victoria University of Wellington, 2017)
    Māori-medium initial teacher education (ITE) is a small but highly important group ‘on stage’ in te ao Māori and New Zealand education. While education plays a major role in Māori language revitalisation, Māori language ...
  • Kia kāpuia te reo o Tāmaki ki te Tonga: Tāmaki Makaurau ki te Tonga

    Lee-Morgan, Jenny Bol Jun; Lee-Morgan, Eruera (Victoria University Press, 2017)
    Mai i te Papakuratanga o Mataoho tae noa ki tona Ipu. Mai i Pukaki Tapu o Poutiikeka ki Te Puketapapatanga a Hape. Mai i te tahuna o Torea i nga wai o Mokoia, mawhiti atu ki Te Arapueru e karekare mai na ko Te Manukanuka ...
  • 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 ...
  • He mahi māreikura: Reflections on the digitising of the Pei Jones’ collection

    Whaanga, Hēmi (Te Pua Wānanga ki te Ao / Faculty of Māori and Indigenous Studies, the University of Waikato, 2017)
    The astounding growth in digital content in the past decade alongside the proliferation of Mātauranga Māori being made available through this medium has transformed and affected the ways in which we participate and communicate ...
  • "He Matapihi ki te Mana Raraunga” - Conceptualising Big Data through a Māori lens

    Hudson, Maui; Anderson, Tiriana; Dewes, Te Kuru; Temara, Pou; Whaanga, Hēmi; Roa, Tom (Te Pua Wānanga ki te Ao / Faculty of Māori and Indigenous Studies, the University of Waikato, 2017)
    Advances in computer technology and analytical processes create an environment where data becomes the raw material mined to create valuable information and insights. The idea of Big Data emerges from the collation of ...
  • 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 ...
  • Te Mata Ira—Faces of the Gene: Developing a cultural foundation for biobanking and genomic research involving Māori

    Hudson, Maui; Russell, Khyla; Uerata, Lynley; Milne, Moe; Wilcox, Phillip; Port, Ramari Viola; Smith, Barry; Toki, Valmaine; Beaton, Angela (2016)
    Te Mata Ira was a three-year research project (2012–2015) that explored Māori views on genomic research and biobanking for the development of culturally appropriate guidelines. A key component of this process has been to ...
  • Māori language resources and Māori initiatives for teaching and learning te reo Māori

    Greensill, Hineitimoana; Manuirirangi, Hōri; Whaanga, Hēmi (Te Pua Wānanga ki te Ao / Faculty of Māori and Indigenous Studies, the University of Waikato, 2017)
    As the most southerly member of the Polynesian languages, a sub-group of the widespread Austronesian language family (Harlow, 2007), te reo Māori has been the subject of substantial analysis, documentation, and analyses ...
  • A translation of Moodle into Te Reo Māori

    Manuirirangi, Hōri (Te Pua Wānanga ki te Ao / Faculty of Māori and Indigenous Studies, the University of Waikato, 2017)
    This paper is an assessment of the Te Reo Māori translation of the Learning Management System ‘Moodle’, used by students and teaching staff of the University of Waikato. Moodle: [Modular Object-Oriented Dynamic Learning ...

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