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Tikanga whakaaro : key concepts in Māori culture / Cleve Barlow.

By: Barlow, Cleve, 1943-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Auckland, N.Z. : Oxford University Press, 1991Description: xvii, 187 p. : ill., geneal. tables, plans, ports. ; 21 cm.ISBN: 9780195582123 (pbk.); 0195582128 (pbk.) :.Subject(s): Tikanga | Tikanga tuku iho | Karakia | Wānanga | Kuputaka | Reorua
Contents:
Foreword / Sir Hugh Kawharu -- He kupu whakamihi / Father Henare Tate -- Author's preface -- Ahuwhenua -- Aituā -- Akoranga -- Ao Mārama -- Arikitanga -- Aroha -- Atua -- Hahu -- Hākari -- Hāngi -- Hapū -- Hīkoi -- Hongi -- Hura Kōhatu -- Ihi -- Iwi -- Kaitiaki -- Karakia -- Karanga -- Kaumātua -- Kaupapa -- Kāwanatanga -- Kawe Mate -- Koha -- Kōhanga Reo -- Kore -- Kotahitanga -- Kuia -- Mana -- Manaaki -- Manaaki Whare -- Manawa -- Manuhiri -- Māori -- Marae -- Maramataka -- Mātua Whāngai -- Mauri -- Paepae -- Pākehā -- Pare Kawakawa/Tauā -- Pō -- Poroporoaki -- Pōwhiri -- Pure -- Rāhui -- Rangatahi -- Reinga -- Reo Māori -- Rūnanga -- Takahi Whare -- Tangihanga -- Tapu -- Tino Rangatiratanga -- Tiriti o Waitangi -- Tohi -- Tuku Wairua -- Ūkaipō -- Wahine -- Waiata -- Wairua -- Waitangi Taraipiunara -- Wānanga -- Wehi -- Wero -- Whaikōrero -- Whakanoa -- Whakapapa -- Whare Whakairo -- Wheiao -- Bibliography.
Summary: Important concepts in Maori culture are defined and discussed in short essay-style definitions in both English and Maori. The traditional knowledge of the ware wananga (school of learning) is drawn upon, and modern usage of Maori language is also described.
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Important concepts in Maori culture are defined and discussed in short essay-style definitions in both English and Maori. The traditional knowledge of the ware wananga (school of learning) is drawn upon, and modern usage of Maori language is also described.

Maori and English.

Bibliography: p. 187.

Foreword / Sir Hugh Kawharu -- He kupu whakamihi / Father Henare Tate -- Author's preface -- Ahuwhenua -- Aituā -- Akoranga -- Ao Mārama -- Arikitanga -- Aroha -- Atua -- Hahu -- Hākari -- Hāngi -- Hapū -- Hīkoi -- Hongi -- Hura Kōhatu -- Ihi -- Iwi -- Kaitiaki -- Karakia -- Karanga -- Kaumātua -- Kaupapa -- Kāwanatanga -- Kawe Mate -- Koha -- Kōhanga Reo -- Kore -- Kotahitanga -- Kuia -- Mana -- Manaaki -- Manaaki Whare -- Manawa -- Manuhiri -- Māori -- Marae -- Maramataka -- Mātua Whāngai -- Mauri -- Paepae -- Pākehā -- Pare Kawakawa/Tauā -- Pō -- Poroporoaki -- Pōwhiri -- Pure -- Rāhui -- Rangatahi -- Reinga -- Reo Māori -- Rūnanga -- Takahi Whare -- Tangihanga -- Tapu -- Tino Rangatiratanga -- Tiriti o Waitangi -- Tohi -- Tuku Wairua -- Ūkaipō -- Wahine -- Waiata -- Wairua -- Waitangi Taraipiunara -- Wānanga -- Wehi -- Wero -- Whaikōrero -- Whakanoa -- Whakapapa -- Whare Whakairo -- Wheiao -- Bibliography.

Important concepts in Maori culture are defined and discussed in short essay-style definitions in both English and Maori. The traditional knowledge of the ware wananga (school of learning) is drawn upon, and modern usage of Maori language is also described.

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