Ka tū, ka oho : visions of a bicultural partnership in psychology : invited keynotes : revisiting the past to reset the future / [edited by Raymond Nairn ... [et al.].

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Published: [Wellington, N.Z.] : New Zealand Psychological Society, [c2012]
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Table of Contents:
  • Colonisation continues and affects all people. Interface of gender and culture / Taimalieutu Kiwi Tamasese, 1993. Identity, nationhood and implications for practice in New Zealand / Mason Durie, 1997. Psychology becoming bicultural - Māori keynote addresses : was there something we missed? / Raymond Nairn, 2004. Mā hea (which way?) Mō te aha (what for?) Too many questions, not enough answers, for Māori on the march / Ngahuia Te Awekotuku, 2004
  • There must be better ways - evaluating changes. On being culturally sensitive, the art of gathering and eating kina without pricking yourself on the finger / Linda Tuhiwai Smith, 1989. Challenges of culture to psychology - post-modern thinking / Charles Waldegrave, 1993. Kaupapa Māori research, epidemiology and Māori mental health : challenges, opportunities and insights / Joanna Baxter, 2005
  • Te Ao Māori and psychology. Psychology at the interface / Mason Durie, 2003. Culture - thinking, doing and meaning / Te Maire Tau, 2002. A modern view of mana / Te Ahukaramū Charles Royal, 2006. Engaging and working with Māori? Effective practice for psychologists in education / Ted Glynn, 2007
  • Practising better. Rangatiratanga and Kāwanatanga - resetting our future / Linda Waimarie Nikora, 2000. Māori-centred research and clinical training programmes in Aotearoa/New Zealand / Averil Herbert, 2001. Kia hiwa rā! Listen to culture : a counter narrative to standard assessment practices in psychology / Angus Macfarlane, 2008. Challenging and countering anti-Māori discourse : practices for decolonisation / Tim McCreanor, 2009.