Māori and Indigenous Studies Papers

 

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

  • Ethical, legal, and social issues in the Earth BioGenome Project.

    Sherkow, Jacob S.; Barker, Katharine B.; Braverman, Irus; Cook-Deegan, Robert; Durbin, Richard; Easter, Carla L.; Goldstein, Melissa M.; Hudson, Maui; Kress, W. John; Lewin, Harris A.; Mathews, Debra J. H.; McCarthy, Catherine; McCartney, Ann M.; da Silva, Manuela; Torrance, Andrew W.; Greely, Henry T. (2022)
    The Earth BioGenome Project (EBP) is an audacious endeavor to obtain whole-genome sequences of representatives from all eukaryotic species on Earth. In addition to the project's technical and organizational challenges, it ...
  • “I Sengsong San Diego”: The Chamoru Cultural Festival and the Formation of a Chamoru Diasporic Community

    Bennett, Jesi LuJan (California Digital Library (CDL), 2022)
    This essay addresses contemporary migrations of Chamorus tied to the history of US military presence in Micronesia and the ways Indigenous culture and identity are negotiated through the Chamorro Cultural Festival (CCF) ...
  • The Indigenous Exchange Forum: transitions in mine closure

    Holcombe, Sarah; Elliott, Vanessa; Keeling, Arn; Berryman, Mere; Hall, Rebecca; Ngaamo, Raewyn; Beckett, Caitlynn; Hudson, Maui; Moon, Watene; Kusabs, Natalie; Ross River Dena Council Lands Office (CSRM, 2022)
    “The Indigenous Exchange Forum: transitions in mine closure” was held on 2–3 November 2021 over Zoom, hosted by the Centre for Social Responsibility in Mining (CSRM) in the Sustainable Minerals Institute (SMI), at The ...
  • Empowering equitable data use partnerships and indigenous data sovereignties amid pandemic genomics

    Haring, Rodney C.; Blanchard, Jessica W.; Korchmaros, Josephine D.; Lund, Justin R.; Haozous, Emily A.; Raphaelito, Josie; Hudson, Maui; Tsosie, Krystal S. (2021)
    The COVID-19 pandemic has inequitably impacted Indigenous communities in the United States. In this emergency state that highlighted existing inadequacies in US government and tribal public health infrastructures, many ...
  • Balancing openness with Indigenous data sovereignty: An opportunity to leave no one behind in the journey to sequence all of life

    Cartney, Ann M. Mc; Anderson, Jane; Liggins, Libby; Hudson, Maui; Anderson, Matthew Z.; TeAika, Ben; Geary, Janis; Cook-Deegan, Robert; Patel, Hardip R.; Phillippy, Adam M. (2022)
    The field of genomics has benefited greatly from its "openness" approach to data sharing. However, with the increasing volume of sequence information being created and stored and the growing number of international genomics ...
  • Whakapiki Wairua: Co-designing and implementing a Māori mindfulness mental health intervention in a Wharekura.

    McDonald, Marama; Waitoki, Waikaremoana; Rolleston, Anna (Nga Pae o te Māramatanga, 2021)
    This article explores the process of co-designing a mātauranga-Māori-informed mindfulness intervention with rangatahi in a wharekura and examines the effects on wellbeing. Mahitahi co-design methodology underpinned the ...
  • Mihi (Foreword)

    Tuaupiki, Jackie Whetumarama (University of Waikato, 2016)
    Mihi of Te Kōtihitihi - Ngā Tuhinga Reo Māori Putanga 3
  • Intellectual Property, Mātauranga Māori

    Sterling, Rogena; Riddle, KatieLee; Tūrongo Brooks, Robert; Anderson, Jane; Hudson, Maui (Te Kotahi Research Institute University of Waikato, 2021)
    This literature review has been conducted to consider the various national legislation and international agreements that comprise New Zealand’s Intellectual Property Rights (IP) regime. It will evaluate if and how such ...
  • Whiti te rā: A guide to connecting Māori to traditional wellbeing pathways.

    McLachlan, Andre David; Waitoki, Waikaremoana; Harris, Parewahaika; Jones, Horiana (2021)
    Māori health models, introduced in the 1980s, brought needed cultural worldviews to an otherwise monocultural health system. However, minimal changes have occurred. In mainstream practice, deeper cultural understandings ...
  • Visualising Mātauranga Māori for iwi outcomes

    Hudson, Maui; Whaanga, Hēmi; Waiti, Jordan; Maxwell, Hohepa; Davis, Kyle; Arahanga, Te Awhina; Proctor, John; Sword, Matt; Ullrich, Thalia; Taitoko, Mike (2020)
    Ko te Mätauranga Mäori he puna nö te katoa, he mea äta whakatipu hoki e ngä whänau, e ngä hapü, e ngä iwi hoki o tënä, o tënä o ngä whakareanga maha. He mätauranga nö te hapori, he mea äta whakatö hoki ki roto i ngä wheako ...
  • Holding a mirror to society? Sociodemographic diversity within clinical psychology training programmes across Aotearoa.

    Scarf, Damian; Waitoki, Waikaremoana; Chan, Joanna; Britt, Eileen; Nikora, Linda Waimarie; Neha, Tia; Schimanski, Irie; Macfarlane, Angus Hikairo; Macfarlane, Sonja; Bennett, Simon T.; Hunter, John A.; Arahanga-Doyle, Hitaua G.; Abbott, Max (2019)
    It has recently been demonstrated by Crampton et al that there has been a marked increase in the sociodemographic diversity of the University of Otago’s health professional programmes between 2010 and 2016.1 This change ...
  • Tiakina te Pā Harakeke: Māori Childrearing practices within a context of whānau ora.

    Pihama, Leonie; Lee, Jenny; Te Nan, Rihi; Greensill, Hineitimoana; Campbell, Donna (2014)
    ‘Tiakina Te Pā Harakeke’ was developed to support the investigation and identification of Kaupapa Māori approaches to Māori childrearing and parenting. The project investigates how we can draw upon such frameworks to ...
  • Hāwatewate

    Maxwell, Te Kahautu (Te Whare Wānanga o Waikato, 2017)
    He whakamārama mō te whakaeke apakura He whakaeke apakura tēnei hai whakamaumaharatanga ki te kotahi rau e rima tekau tau mai i te murunga whenua o Te Whakatōhea. Ka tangihia te tāwharonanga harakoretanga o Mokomoko tipuna ...
  • Te Tarata

    Maxwell, Te Kahautu (Te Whare Wānanga o Waikato, 2017)
    He whakamārama mō te haka Ko tēnei haka he whakamauharatanga ki te riri whenua i waenganui i Te Whakatōhea me te Karauna i te 23 o Poutūterangi 1865. Ko te ingoa o te pakanga nei ko Te Tarata. Hai tēnei marama kua eke ...
  • Kua Tupu Te Pā Harakeke: Developing Healthy Whānau Relationships

    Pihama, Leonie; Cameron, Ngaropi (SAR Press, 2012)
    We have opened this chapter with our ‘pēpeha’. Pēpeha are ways through which our people introduce ourselves. These vary from tribe to tribe. The essence of pēpeha is that they link us to our tribes and all associated with ...
  • He Tangata Kei Tua: Guidelines for biobanking with Māori.

    Hudson, Maui; Beaton, Angela; Milne, Moe; Port, Waiora; Russell, Khyla; Smith, Barry; Toki, Valmaine; Uerata, Lynley; Wilcox, Phillip L. (Māori and Indigenous Governance Centre, University of Waikato, 2016)
    Māori ethical frameworks recognise that all research in New Zealand is of interest to Māori and outline community expectations of appropriate behavior in research to deliver the best outcomes for Māori. Research contributes ...
  • Kaumtua Mana Motuhake: A study protocol for a peer education intervention to help Māori elders work through later-stage life transitions

    Oetzel, John G.; Hokowhitu, Brendan; Simpson, Mary Louisa; Reddy, Rangimahora; Nock, Sophie; Greensill, Hineitimoana; Cameron, Michael Patrick; Meha, Pare; Johnston, Kirsten; Harding, Truely Janine; Shelford, Pita; Smith, Linda Tuhiwai (BMC, 2019)
    Background The Aotearoa/New Zealand population is ageing and numerous studies demonstrate with this phenomenon comes increases in non-communicable diseases, injuries and healthcare costs among other issues. Further, ...
  • Ngā waka o tawhiti

    Tuaupiki, Jackie Whetumarama (2017)
    Mai anō ngā terenga waka a te Māori, ko ōna kōrero tuku iho i whakatauira tuatahingia e ngā atua tonu, taka mai ki te iwi tāngata o Te Moana-nui-a-Kiwa. Tā tēnei tuhinga, he wānanga i te mana o te kōrero tuku iho e haupū ...
  • The use of Māori words in National Science Challenge online discourse

    Calude, Andreea S.; Stevenson, Louise; Whaanga, Hēmi; Keegan, Te Taka Adrian Gregory (Taylor & Francis, 2019)
    New Zealand English is well-known for its heavy borrowing of words from Māori. This lexical component, unique to New Zealand English alone has been studied intensely over the last 50 years, particularly in newspaper media. ...
  • He Manu-Iri-i-te-Rangi - Bird of the Heavens: Tūrake Manuirirangi 1896 - 1969

    Manuirirangi, Hōri (Steele Roberts Aotearoa Limited, 2014)
    Tūrake Manuirirangi was an influential tupuna of the Manuirirangi whānau. He was a devoted member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and was instrumental in its establishment in the South Taranaki region. ...

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