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Edited by Katene, Selwyn; Mulholland, Malcolm
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By Mulholland, Malcolm
The New Zealand Wars is a sensitive subject for many people but there is no reason to pretend they did not happen. It is about being brave and facing our colourful history as a nation. By understanding the past we are better able to build a solid foundation for the future and to ...plot a pathway forward which is both informed and inclusive.
It is important that we put the same emphasis on our own wars and conflicts as we do on wars and conflicts that occurred offshore. Commemorating wars and conflicts in Aotearoa New Zealand is about standing together as Pakeha and Maori and taking ownership of our joined history.Read more
Edited by Selby, Rachael; Moore, Pataka; Mulholland, Malcolm; Sharples, Dr. Pita
This collection of 19 articles discusses the impact of changes in Aotearoa New Zealand's natural environment due to factors such as climate change, pollution and degredation of waterways and land, pest control and environmental management policy.
By Tomlins-Jahnke, Huia; Mulholland, Malcolm
"This collection of essays by Maori experts examines issues involving the Treaty of Waitangi, Maori culture, Maori health and the environment. It analyses particular disciplines through the Maori concept of Mana Tangata - Empowering People, and offers insights and solutions for i...ssues that have long confronted Maori"--Back cover.Read more
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Edited by Mulholland, Malcolm; Tawhai, Veronica
Weeping Waters is a must read for anyone who wants to be informed about the current debate regarding the Treaty of Waitangi and a constitution for Aotearoa New Zealand. The book features essays from eighteen well-known and respected Maori figures including Professor Margaret Mutu..., Bishop Muru Walters, Judge Caren Fox and lawyer Moana Jackson.Read more
By McIntosh, Tracey; Mulholland, Malcolm
The book is the first of a series to be published on research into the state of New Zealand's institutions and sectors of endeavour. This first book in the series focusses on Maori and social issues; the second will focus on Maori and educational endeavour. Each essay tackles the... subject as it impacts on Maori now with perspectives on likely effects and solutions into the future: Maori demographics; smoking rates; educational achievement; incarceration; parenting; mental health; obesity and poverty are analysed in detail. Key statistics, past and future trends, opinion and fact are brought together in one volume to act as a reference for students, academics and others interested in New Zealand social sciences.Read more
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