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The foundations of kaupapa Māori theory : Kōrero 1 Distinguished Professor Graham Hingnangaroa Smith

By: Smith, Graham Hingangaroa.
Contributor(s): Simth, Graham Hingangaroa.
Material type: materialTypeLabelVisual materialSeries: Kaupapa Māori Online series.Publisher: Ngā Wai a Te Tūī, 2020Description: 1 video (not currently online).Subject(s): MAORI | COLONISATION | COVID-19 | EDUCATION | FAMILY VIOLENCE | INDIGENOUS PEOPLES | PANDEMICS | IWI TAKETAKE | MĀTAURANGA | RANGAHAU MĀORI | TAIPŪWHENUATANGA | TŪKINOTANGA Ā-WHĀNAU | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: View video - Kōrero 1 | Access the website | Kaupapa Māori Online series Summary: On this online video kōrero Graham Hingangaroa Smith discusses the emergence of Kaupapa Māori Theory from work undertaken alongside Māori educational initiatives in the 1980s. Graham will provide insights into the development of Kaupapa Māori Theory and the key elements of analysis that sit within the six foundational principles. (Abstract)). These online kōrero are an opening discussion and are a contribution from Tū Tama Wāhine o Taranaki and Ngā Wai a Te Tūī to those that are working in Kaupapa Māori spaces as both practitioners and researchers. In particular to support those that are developing longer term Kaupapa Māori research and development within their own whānau, hapū, iwi and Māori organisations. Record #6602
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Kaupapa Māori Online series

On this online video kōrero Graham Hingangaroa Smith discusses the emergence of Kaupapa Māori Theory from work undertaken alongside Māori educational initiatives in the 1980s. Graham will provide insights into the development of Kaupapa Māori Theory and the key elements of analysis that sit within the six foundational principles. (Abstract)).

These online kōrero are an opening discussion and are a contribution from Tū Tama Wāhine o Taranaki and Ngā Wai a Te Tūī to those that are working in Kaupapa Māori spaces as both practitioners and researchers. In particular to support those that are developing longer term Kaupapa Māori research and development within their own whānau, hapū, iwi and Māori organisations. Record #6602