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By Tapsell, Paul
Is New Zealand ready to not just tick the Treaty partnership box, but actually open it and accept that Maori community-driven world views concerning their whenua is equally valid science, capable of underpinning, guiding and reshaping agricultural science and farming practices?
This book calls for political action: the urgent need for a 'lighthouse of understanding' - Pou Marama - in which the Crown's agricultural research realigns itself with tikanga and works with Maori communities to regenerate the ailing whenua. Paul Tapsell investigates government engagement with Maori farming practices and calls for a critical shift in thinking to embrace Maori approaches to resource management and harvesting.Read more
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By Tapsell, Paul; Translated by Morrison, Scotty
Award-winning book first published in English in 2000 now translated in Te Reo Maori.
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By Kawharu, Merata; Tapsell, Paul
* Goes to the heart of Maori entrepreneurship and community * Balances scholarship with business analysis * Includes eight case studies from Northland to Otago
By Pfeiffer, Krzysztof; Tapsell, Paul
A new edition of Te Ara, which now has German in place of Polish text (!) as the exhibition on which it is based is due to tour to Germany. The book has been a solid seller since its release in September 2010, and provides a handy introduction to Maori society past and present.
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Photographs by Pfeiffer, Krzysztof; Text by Tapsell, Paul
This trilingual publication - in Maori, English and German - provides a colourful and concise introduction to Maori history, present challenges and future aspirations.
Brilliant overview of Maori leadership and history from pre-European times to present day with text in Maori, English and Musqueam (language of the First Nations people of Vancouver)
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