Kennedy, N. & Jefferies, R. (2009). Kaupapa Māori framework and literature review of key prinicples. PUCM Māori Report 4. Hamilton, New Zealand: IGCI, The University of Waikato.
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The literature review in this report was the starting point for the development of a Māori research strand within the Planning Under Co-operative Mandates (PUCM) research programme. The original purpose of this report Kaupapa Māori Framework and Literature Review of Key Principles was to establish definitions of environmentally significant concepts of kaupapa and tikanga Māori. In addition, the review sought to identify and briefly describe significant variations between understandings of the key concepts without attempting to reconcile these. As the purpose of the review in 2005 was to inform the development of a kaupapa Māori methodology for the identification and development of Māori environmental outcomes and indicators, we paid particular regard to Māori perceptions of the environment and the relevance of each concept in environmental terms.
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