He ara uru ora : traditional Māori understandings of trauma and wellbeing by Tākirirangi Smith, edited by Rāwiri Tinirau and Cherryl Smith
By: Smith, Tākirirangi.
Contributor(s): Tinirau, Rāwiri [Editor] | Smith, Cherryl.Material type: BookPublisher: Whanganui, New Zealand : Te Atawhai o Te Ao: Independent Māori Institute for Environment & Health, 2019Description: electronic document (72 pages) ; PDF file.ISBN: 978-0-473-46778-4.Subject(s): COLONISATION | CULTURAL ISSUES | He Kokonga Whare Research Programme | HEALING | HISTORICAL TRAUMA | INTERGENERATIONAL TRAUMA | MĀORI | MENTAL HEALTH | TRAUMA | WELLBEING | HAUORA HINENGARO | KŌRERO NEHE | ORA | PĀMAMAE | PĀMAMAE HEKE IHO | RANGAHAU MĀORI | RONGOĀ | TAIPŪWHENUATANGA | TIKANGA TUKU IHOOnline resources: Click here to access online
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He takinga kōrero: Foreword -- He whakamārama mō He Ara Uru Ora: Explanation of title and images -- Whakapapa kōrero, trauma and well-being -- Memory and Māori ways of knowing -- Traditional Māori well-being -- Māori definitions of trauma -- Traditional responses to trauma -- Contemporary issues and pathways to well-being - He rārangi kupu: Glossary -- He rārangi rauemi: Bibliography
This book is part of the He Kokonga Whare Research Programme, funded by the Health Research Council of New Zealand, which examined Māori intergenerational trauma and healing. This book is a result of the Well-being Project that looks at kaupapa (purpose, subject, foundation) Māori ways of approaching health and well-being. These terms are usually approached without thinking about the framework of knowledge that informs the definition of these terms. (From the Foreword). Record #6211