Mā hea (which way)? Mō te aha (what for)? Too many questions, not enough answers, for Māori on the march
Te Awekotuku, N. (2012). Mā hea (which way)? Mō te aha (what for)? Too many questions, not enough answers, for Māori on the march. In R. Narin, P. Pehi, R. Black & W. Waitoki Eds.). Ka Tū, Ka Oho: Visions of a Bicultural Partnership in Psychology : Invited Keynotes : Revisiting the Past to Reset the Future (pp 75-90). Wellington, New Zealand: New Zealand Psychological Society.
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This presentation will be in four sections. The first section introduces two major issues: mana motuhake, and mana tāngata, then we will consider some proposed legislation: the Foreshore and Seabed Bill and the Civil Union Bill. Then I will look at strategic Māori responses to political pressure over the last three decades and note two recent and dramatic examples – the Hīkoi Takutai Moana, April 2004, and the Enough is Enough Rally, August 2004. The final section considers the implications for psychologies and psychologists working today in Aotearoa.
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