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The Resource 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.]

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.]

Label
Ka tū, ka oho : visions of a bicultural partnership in psychology : invited keynotes : revisiting the past to reset the future
Title
Ka tū, ka oho
Title remainder
visions of a bicultural partnership in psychology : invited keynotes : revisiting the past to reset the future
Statement of responsibility
[edited by Raymond Nairn ... [et al.]
Title variation
Visions of a bicultural partnership in psychology
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This book contains 20 years of bicultural keynote addresses given to the New Zealand Psychological Society at its annual conference. Raymond Nairn returned to these speakers and asked them to reflect on their keynote addresses then and now
Cataloging source
NZNB
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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1940-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Nairn, R. G.
  • New Zealand Psychological Society
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Psychology
  • Biculturalism
  • Whakamātau hinengaro
  • Tikanga rua
Label
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.]
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • On being culturally sensitive, the art of gathering and eating kina without pricking yourself on the finger
  • Linda Tuhiwai Smith
  • Challenges of culture to psychology - post-modern thinking
  • Charles Waldegrave
  • Kaupapa Māori research, epidemiology and Māori mental health: challenges, opportunities and insights
  • Joanna Baxter
  • Psychology at the interface
  • Mason Durie
  • Culture - thinking, doing and meaning
  • Te Maire Tau
  • Interface of gender and culture
  • A modern view of mana
  • Te Ahukaramū Charles Royal
  • Engaging and working with Māori? Effective practice for psychologists in education
  • Ted Glynn
  • Rangatiratanga and Kāwanatanga - resetting our future
  • Linda Waimarie Nikora
  • Māori-centred research and clinical training programmes in Aotearoa/New Zealand
  • Averil Herbert
  • Kia hiwa rā! Listen to culture: a counter narrative to standard assessment practices in psychology
  • Angus Macfarlane
  • Taimalieutu Kiwi Tamasese
  • Challenging and countering anti-Māori discourse: practices for decolonisation
  • Tim McCreanor
  • Identity, nationhood and implications for practice in New Zealand
  • Mason Durie
  • Psychology becoming bicultural - Māori keynote addresses : was there something we missed?
  • Raymond Nairn
  • Mā hea (which way?) Mō te aha (what for?) Too many questions, not enough answers, for Māori on the march
  • Ngahuia Te Awekotuku
Control code
14113294
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
320 p.
Isbn
9780473206659
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • (NLNZils)1538946
  • (Nz)14113294
  • (OCoLC)793519911
Label
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.]
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • On being culturally sensitive, the art of gathering and eating kina without pricking yourself on the finger
  • Linda Tuhiwai Smith
  • Challenges of culture to psychology - post-modern thinking
  • Charles Waldegrave
  • Kaupapa Māori research, epidemiology and Māori mental health: challenges, opportunities and insights
  • Joanna Baxter
  • Psychology at the interface
  • Mason Durie
  • Culture - thinking, doing and meaning
  • Te Maire Tau
  • Interface of gender and culture
  • A modern view of mana
  • Te Ahukaramū Charles Royal
  • Engaging and working with Māori? Effective practice for psychologists in education
  • Ted Glynn
  • Rangatiratanga and Kāwanatanga - resetting our future
  • Linda Waimarie Nikora
  • Māori-centred research and clinical training programmes in Aotearoa/New Zealand
  • Averil Herbert
  • Kia hiwa rā! Listen to culture: a counter narrative to standard assessment practices in psychology
  • Angus Macfarlane
  • Taimalieutu Kiwi Tamasese
  • Challenging and countering anti-Māori discourse: practices for decolonisation
  • Tim McCreanor
  • Identity, nationhood and implications for practice in New Zealand
  • Mason Durie
  • Psychology becoming bicultural - Māori keynote addresses : was there something we missed?
  • Raymond Nairn
  • Mā hea (which way?) Mō te aha (what for?) Too many questions, not enough answers, for Māori on the march
  • Ngahuia Te Awekotuku
Control code
14113294
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
320 p.
Isbn
9780473206659
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • (NLNZils)1538946
  • (Nz)14113294
  • (OCoLC)793519911

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