Vol 5, No 2 (2000)

Table of Contents

Full issue

He Pukenga Korero Ngahuru (Autumn), Vol 5, No 2, 2000 PDF
Mason Durie


He Ohaki ki a Pare Richardson PDF
Taiarahia Black

Conference Keynotes

Toi te Kupu, Toi Te Mana, Toi te Whenua: Maori Development in a Global Society PDF
Mason Durie
Scanning the Scene PDF
Joe Williams
Towards 2030 AD (2) - Maori Language Regeneration, Strategies, Government and People PDF
Pat Hohepa
Business as Usual for Threatened Languages? PDF
Joshua Fishman
Millennial Thoughts on Maori Development PDF
Denese Henare
Maori and Developing Country Similarities: Relationships in a Global Trading System PDF
Harry Waaka
Restoration of the Tribal Collective: Rebuilding Tribal Capacity Alongside Economic Development PDF
Paul White
Developing Maori Potential in a Global Society PDF
Mynetta Erueti
Self-Governance PDF
Tariana Turia
A Traditionalist Approach to Iwi Government PDF
Tahu Potiki

Book Review

Book Review: Living Relationships: Kokiri Ngatahi The Treaty of Waitangi in the New Millennium PDF
Denese Henare


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