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Post-disaster indigenous mental health support: Tangata whaiora networks after the 2010-2012 Ōtautahi/Christchurch earthquakes
(Nga Pae o te Maramatanga, 2016-06-09)
This paper identifies and analyses the networks of support for tangata whaiora (mental health clients) utilising a kaupapa Mäori health service following the Ötautahi/Christchurch earthquakes in Aotearoa New Zealand from ...
Networks of support for Māori mental health: The response and recovery of Tangata Whaiora through the Ōtautahi earthquakes
(Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga, 2015-01-19)
This report presents the experiences of Tangata Whaiora (Mental health clients) through the disastrous earthquakes that struck Otautahi/Christchurch in 2010-11. It further analysis these experience to how show the social ...
Māori and the Christchurch earthquakes: The interplay between Indigenous endurance and resilience through urban disaster
(Nga Pae o te Maramatanga, 2014)
The disastrous earthquakes that struck Christchurch in 2010 and 2011 seriously impacted on the individual and collective lives of Māori residents. This paper continues earlier, predominantly qualitative research on the ...
Indigenous Peoples and urban disaster: Māori responses to the 2010-12 Christchurch earthquakes
(Massey University, 2014-09-17)
Indigenous Peoples retain traditional coping strategies for disasters despite the marginalisation of many Indigenous communities. This article describes the response of Māori to the Christchurch earthquakes of 2010 and ...
Impacts on Māori of the Ōtautahi/Christchurch earthquakes
(Lincoln University. Faculty of Environment, Society and Design. Department of Social Science, Parks, Recreation, Tourism and Sport., 2013)
The earthquakes that struck Ōtautahi/Christchurch began September 2010 and continued throughout2012 with the worse shock being February 22, 2011. The extended ‘seismic event’ radically altered thegeophysical and socio-cultural ...
Innovation, Maori and the Maori economy : a flat or lumpy world?
(Nga Pae o te Maramatanga, New Zealand’s Indigenous Centre of Research Excellence., 2012-06)
This paper outlines how innovation has been framed in contemporary Maori economic development using a simple dichotomy for landscape. On the one hand, the rapid diffusion of information communication technologies (ICTs) ...
Maori experiences and expressions of leadership through the Christchurch Otautahi earthquakes
(Nga Pae o te Maramatanga, New Zealand’s Indigenous Centre of Research Excellence, 2012-06)
The 2010 and 2011 earthquakes of Canterbury have had a serious and ongoing effect on Maori in the city (Lambert, Mark-Shadbolt, Ataria, & Black, 2012). Many people had to rely on themselves, their neighbours and their ...
Te Ahuwhenua and the 'Sons' of the Soil': A history of the Maori-Farmer-of-the-Year award
(Nga Pae o te Maramatanga, 2011)
The Ahuwhenua Trophy is awarded in an annual contest for the Māori Farmer-of-the-Year and was first held in 1932. The competition was initially between small-scale family farms and continued government modernisation ...
Indigenous disaster risk reduction: something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue
A short presentation to the session on 'Engaging Indigenous Peoples in Disaster Risk Reduction'.
Small-scale Maori horticulture : sustainability and the nexus between introduced crops and traditional lands
(Lincoln University., 2013-06-14)
Maori horticulture is framed by the introduction of tropical crops to the temperate climes of the base of the Polynesian triangle. So-called traditional plants such as kumara (sweet potato), kamo kamo (squash), karenga ...