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Āta : growing respectful relationships Taina Whakaatere Pohatu

By: Pohatu, Taina W.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticleSeries: He Pukenga Kōrero: A Journal of Māori Studies.Publisher: Te Pūtahi a Toi, Massey University, 2004Subject(s): INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS | MĀORI | RANGAHAU MĀORI | TIKANGA TUKU IHO | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: Open access version Summary: He Whakarāpopoto: Kai te reo ōna ake whakaaro e pupiitia ai ngā take pū Māori. He mea tuku iho tenei e ngā mātua tipuna ki ngā whakatupuranga o naianei. Ki te kaha te tangata ki te raparapa haere, ka kitea tonutia te hohonutanga o ngā take pū nei, hai arataki pai i a ia. Ko te kaupapa o te tuhituhi nei, he arotahi i te take pū o te āta. Kai konei ka kitea ētahi tau ira, hai whakamahitanga ki ngā wāhi maha, kai reira te hunga tangata. E whakapaetia kai konei ano ngā take pū hai mahinga mā te tangata i a ia e tipu ana. Abstract: The Māori principle (take pū) āta is a behavioural and theoretical strategy employed by Maori in relationships. This paper will discuss cultural definitions and interpretations of ata and its potential as a transformative approach to advance ethical social service practice in Aotearoa today. (Author's abstract). Record #6415
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He Pukenga Kōrero: A Journal of Māori Studies, 2004, 8(1): 1-8

He Whakarāpopoto: Kai te reo ōna ake whakaaro e pupiitia ai ngā take pū Māori. He mea tuku iho tenei e ngā mātua tipuna ki ngā whakatupuranga o naianei. Ki te kaha te tangata ki te raparapa haere, ka kitea tonutia te hohonutanga o ngā take pū nei, hai arataki pai i a ia. Ko te kaupapa o te tuhituhi nei, he arotahi i te take pū o te āta. Kai konei ka kitea ētahi tau ira, hai whakamahitanga ki ngā wāhi maha, kai reira te hunga tangata. E whakapaetia kai konei ano ngā take pū hai mahinga mā te tangata i a ia e tipu ana.

Abstract: The Māori principle (take pū) āta is a behavioural and
theoretical strategy employed by Maori in relationships. This paper will discuss cultural definitions and interpretations of ata and its potential as a transformative approach to advance ethical social service practice in Aotearoa today. (Author's abstract). Record #6415