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Māori and social issues edited by Tracey McIntosh and Malcolm Mulholland

Contributor(s): McIntosh, Tracey | Mulholland, Malcolm.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga edited collections v. 1.Publisher: Wellington, N.Z.: Huia, 2011Description: ix, 317 p. : 21 cm.ISBN: 9781775500025 (pbk.).Subject(s): WĀHINE | PATU TAMARIKI | CHILD ABUSE | HOMELESSNESS | KAINGA KORE | Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga (Organization) | RECOMMENDED READING | HEALTH | MĀORI | PARENTING | RESILIENCE | SOCIAL CONDITIONS | VIOLENCE | WOMEN | ĀHUATANGA PĀPORI | HAUORA | MANAWAROA | MĀTUA | RANGAHAU MĀORI | TŪKINOTANGA | NEW ZEALANDDDC classification: 305.899442
Contents:
Preface - Te Ahukaramū Charles Royal; Introduction - Tracey McIntosh; Contemporary Issues in Māori Demography - Tahu Kukutai; Māori Education and Achievement - Elizabeth McKinley and Te Kawehau Hoskins; Māori Perspectives on Parenting in Aotearoa New Zealand - Averil M. L. Herbert; Māori Mental Health: Past, Present and Future - Te Kani R. Kingi; Obesity - Issac Warbrick; Māori Smoking: An Epic Saga of Love and Abuse - Marewa Glover; Poverty - Fiona Cram; Healing: Towards an Understanding of Māori Child Maltreatment - Erana Cooper and Julie Wharewera-Mika; Māori Women and Gambling: A Social Issue for Māori Communities and Whānau Ora - Laurie Morrison; Māori Gangs - Rawiri Taonui and Greg Newbold; Māori and Homelessness - Shiloh Groot, Darrin Hodgetts, Linda Waimarie Nikora and Mohi Rua; Incarceration - Robert Webb Marginalisation: A Case Study: Confinement - Tracey McIntosh; Resilience as a Conceptual Framework for Understanding the Māori Experience: Positions, Challenges and Risks - Amohia Boulton and Heather Gifford
In: Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga edited collections ; v.1Summary: This book is the first in a series of edited collections that will look at Māori research in areas that are critical for Māori and for broader society. Māori and Social Issues canvases a range of social issues that are significant for a better understanding of the experience and social environment of Māori, and important in that they highlight the need to ensure research-based solutions to these issues. The majority of the chapters deal with social problems. However, this book is not a call to a return of deficit research. Rather it is an opportunity to collectively provide power-centred, Māori-centred perspectives and solutions. [from back cover] The second volume in the series is not yet published.
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Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga edited collections ; v.1

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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Preface - Te Ahukaramū Charles Royal; Introduction - Tracey McIntosh; Contemporary Issues in Māori Demography - Tahu Kukutai; Māori Education and Achievement - Elizabeth McKinley and Te Kawehau Hoskins; Māori Perspectives on Parenting in Aotearoa New Zealand - Averil M. L. Herbert; Māori Mental Health: Past, Present and Future - Te Kani R. Kingi; Obesity - Issac Warbrick; Māori Smoking: An Epic Saga of Love and Abuse - Marewa Glover; Poverty - Fiona Cram; Healing: Towards an Understanding of Māori Child Maltreatment - Erana Cooper and Julie Wharewera-Mika; Māori Women and Gambling: A Social Issue for Māori Communities and Whānau Ora - Laurie Morrison; Māori Gangs - Rawiri Taonui and Greg Newbold; Māori and Homelessness - Shiloh Groot, Darrin Hodgetts, Linda Waimarie Nikora and Mohi Rua; Incarceration - Robert Webb Marginalisation: A Case Study: Confinement - Tracey McIntosh; Resilience as a Conceptual Framework for Understanding the Māori Experience: Positions, Challenges and Risks - Amohia Boulton and Heather Gifford

This book is the first in a series of edited collections that will look at Māori research in areas that are critical for Māori and for broader society.

Māori and Social Issues canvases a range of social issues that are significant for a better understanding of the experience and social environment of Māori, and important in that they highlight the need to ensure research-based solutions to these issues. The majority of the chapters deal with social problems. However, this book is not a call to a return of deficit research. Rather it is an opportunity to collectively provide power-centred, Māori-centred perspectives and solutions. [from back cover] The second volume in the series is not yet published.