He Manawa Whenua International Indigenous Conference 2013 & Conference Proceedings Paper pp275-287

Waretini-Karena, Rawiri/David (2013) He Manawa Whenua International Indigenous Conference 2013 & Conference Proceedings Paper pp275-287. Kotahi Research Institute, Hamilton.

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This study examines Māori experiences of historical intergenerational trauma or HIT, and colonisation. It draws upon personal experiences by locating self in research and offers a micro view contextualising how historical events may impact at a personal level. It also draws attention to how those impacts have the potential for manifesting deficit outcomes. The final frame is solution focused, and draws attention to strategies that respond to Māori experiences of historical intergenerational trauma. Essentially four research questions are posed. "What are Māori experiences of historical intergenerational trauma?" "What were the political, socio- economic implications for Māori both pre and post signing of Te Tiriti o Waitangi?" "What significance does locating self in this research have in terms of contextualising Māori experiences of historical intergenerational trauma?" And finally "What are Māori strategies that respond to this phenomenon?" These research questions frame the thesis from a position that distinguishes Māori experiences of this phenomenon, from the distinctive lived experiences of other Indigenous cultures across the globe.

Item Type:Other
Keywords that describe the item:Colonisation, Maori Deficit Statistics, Historical Intergenerational Trauma
Subjects:B Philosophy. Psychology. Religion > B Philosophy (General)
H Social Sciences > H Social Sciences (General)
H Social Sciences > HM Sociology
K Law > K Law (General)
L Education > L Education (General)
Divisions:Corporate > Library
ID Code:5032
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Deposited On:15 Dec 2016 20:31
Last Modified:15 Dec 2016 20:31

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