Ngā tini whetū : navigating Māori futures / Mason Durie.

By: Durie, Mason [author.]
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Wellington, N.Z. : Huia, 2011Description: x, 456 p. ; 22 cmISBN: 9781869694524 (pbk.) ; 186969452X (pbk.)Other title: Ngā tini whetū | Navigating Māori futuresSubject(s): Hauora tinana | Tikanga rua | Ohaoha | Maori (New Zealand people) -- Economic conditions | Maori (New Zealand people) -- Politics and government | Maori (New Zealand people) -- Social conditions | Tāngata whenuaDDC classification: 330.899442
Contents:
INDIGENOUS DEVELOPMENT -- Mental health promotion in a global village (2010) -- Indigenous resilience : from disease and disadvantage to the realisation of potential (2006) -- Indigenous transformations in contemporary Aotearoa (2007) -- Global transitions : implications for a regional social work agenda (2009) -- Towards social cohesions : the indigenisation of higher education in New Zealand (2009) -- Indigenous partnerships : the academy as a site for enduring relationships and the transmission of old and new knowledge (2009) -- Race and equality in public policy : does it work? (2004) -- Māori achievement : anticipating the learning environment (2004) -- Te Tai Tini : transformations 2025 (2005) -- Indigenous higher education : Māori experience in New Zealand -- Whānau , education and Māori protocol (2006) -- From indigenous exclusion towards full participation : the Māori experience (2006) -- The Treaty of Waitangi in New Zealand 2008 (2008) -- The Treaty of Waitangi : domestic relations, global impacts and a New Zealand agenda (2010) -- HEALTH -- Indigeneity and the promotion of positive mental health (2004) -- Impacts of an ageing population on New Zealand society (2007) -- Bioethics in research : the ethics of Indigeneity (2008) -- Quality health care for indigenous peoples : the Māori experience (2003) -- Māori health impact assessment (2004) -- Indigenous health : catalysts for innovation (2007) -- Indigenous responses to health and disease : principles, goals and pathways (2008) -- Indigenous participation in mental health : Māori experience (2008) -- THE PAERANGI LECTURES -- Pae Matatū : sustaining the Māori estate (2009) -- Pae ora : Māori health horizons (2009) -- Pae mana : Waitangi and the evolving state (2009)
Summary: "In this series of twenty-five thought-provoking essays, Mason Durie explores futures for Māori and lays out pathways to achieve indigenous aspirations in a constantly changing world." --Front flap.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 407-447) and index.

SECTION 1: INDIGENOUS DEVELOPMENT -- 1. Mental health promotion in a global village (2010) -- 2. Indigenous resilience : from disease and disadvantage to the realisation of potential (2006) -- 3. Indigenous transformations in contemporary Aotearoa (2007) -- 4. Global transitions : implications for a regional social work agenda (2009) -- 5. Towards social cohesions : the indigenisation of higher education in New Zealand (2009) -- 6. Indigenous partnerships : the academy as a site for enduring relationships and the transmission of old and new knowledge (2009) -- SECTION 2: MĀORI DEVELOPMENT -- 7. Race and equality in public policy : does it work? (2004) -- 8. Māori achievement : anticipating the learning environment (2004) -- 9. Te Tai Tini : transformations 2025 (2005) -- 10. Indigenous higher education : Māori experience in New Zealand -- 11. Whānau , education and Māori protocol (2006) -- 12. From indigenous exclusion towards full participation : the Māori experience (2006) -- 13. The Treaty of Waitangi in New Zealand 2008 (2008) -- 14. The Treaty of Waitangi : domestic relations, global impacts and a New Zealand agenda (2010) -- SECTION 3: HEALTH -- 15. Indigeneity and the promotion of positive mental health (2004) -- 16. Impacts of an ageing population on New Zealand society (2007) -- 17. Bioethics in research : the ethics of Indigeneity (2008) -- 18. Quality health care for indigenous peoples : the Māori experience (2003) -- 19. Māori health impact assessment (2004) -- 20. Indigenous health : catalysts for innovation (2007) -- 21. Indigenous responses to health and disease : principles, goals and pathways (2008) -- 22. Indigenous participation in mental health : Māori experience (2008) -- SECTION 4: THE PAERANGI LECTURES -- 23. Pae Matatū : sustaining the Māori estate (2009) -- 24. Pae ora : Māori health horizons (2009) -- 25. Pae mana : Waitangi and the evolving state (2009)

"In this series of twenty-five thought-provoking essays, Mason Durie explores futures for Māori and lays out pathways to achieve indigenous aspirations in a constantly changing world." --Front flap.

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