Ngā Kāhui Pou Launching Māori Futures

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Huia Publishers, 2003 - 356페이지
By 2051 the ethnic Maori population will almost double in size to close to a million, or twenty-two percent of the total New Zealand population. Even more dramatically, by 2051 thirty-three percent of all children in the country will be Maori. Professor Mason Durie is one the New Zealand's leading commentators on Maori social and political life. In this authoritative collection of his keynote addresses he discusses Maori initiatives in health, education and Treaty settlements. He considers the shape of a fair national constitution and he builds on Maori potential and aspirations to develop a vision for Maori futures. Nag Kahui Pou Launching Maori Futures provides both an incisive and insightful overview of Maori development and a systematic framework for moving strategically into the new millennium.
 

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First Māori Doctor
35
An Integrated Approach to Counselling
47
3 Paiheretia Therapeutic Tasks
56
Imprisonment Trapped Lifestyles and Strategies
59
2 The Precursors of Trapped Lifestyles
63
Older Māori and Whānau
75
Issues
87
1 Matrix of Developmental Goals and Required
101
1 A Diabetic Causal Continuum
187
A Framework for Considering Māori Educational
197
1 A Framework for Considering Māori Educational
211
Progress and Platforms
213
1 MāoriCrown Relationships Treaty Settlements
219
2 Platforms for Māori Educational Advancement
228
Challenges
229
Universal Provision Indigeneity and the Treaty
253

A Framework for Considering Constitutional Change
105
1 A Framework for Constitutional Change
116
Parliament Statutory Recognition
117
1 Māori Descent and Ethnic Populations
122
2 Recognition of Māori Interests in Statute
130
Mental Health Promotion
141
Key Determinants for the Next
157
Parliamentary Devolution and Māori SelfGovernance
169
A Strategic Framework for Addressing the Impact
183
1 Recognition of Māori Interests in Statute
260
Challenges for Indigenous Doctors
269
Dual Goals for Career
289
Parameters Goals and Outcomes for Māori Development
303
Notes
321
Glossary
337
Index
351
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Mason Durie (Rangitane, Ngati Kauwhata, Ngati Raukawa) is currently a professor of Maori research and development, and assistant vice-chancellor (Maori) at Massey University. He is one of New Zealand's most respected social policy experts. With a background in psychiatry spanning over thirty years, he has published widely both within New Zealand and internationally, mainly on the topics of health, education and models for indigenous self-determination.

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