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Maori Studies
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It was initiated as a ritual tradition in the Māori culture to visitors and on to marae. The marae land is sacred due to religious and social aspects. It is significant during hosting the welcome ceremony, entailing several… It involves the idea that ensures meaning to all the parts of the Māori culture. This translates to adequate understanding and analysis…
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History of the Maori language
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According to Flittner (2001), the history of Maori language records some inconsistent trends of popularity and unpopularity in the 18th and 19th Centuries historical epochs. At the start of the 19th Century, Maori was the most popular language in New Zealand spoken by the… In the 1980s, there were vigorous initiatives that were aimed at reviving the Maori…
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The Treaty of Waitangi (Maori dimensions)
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TREATY OF WAITANGI AND ABANDONED VEHICLE PROBLEM The report establishes a relationship between “Treaty of Waitangi” and “Abandoned Vehicle”. It also lucidly portrays the effect of the treaty over some issues, related to the environment management and economic society.… The treaty did not form a part of the constitution. It was primarily a statement of…
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Maori Identity Expression and Development in Once Were Warriors
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The topic is identity expression and identity development of indigenous tribes, specifically the Maoris of New Zealand. I explored how Lee Tamahori’s Once Were Warriors reflects indigenous expression and decolonisation themes using textual analysis and semiotics.… I used the concepts and arguments from the following major theorists: Murray and Conrich (2008),…
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Extremes of Body Modification in the Aztec and Maori Cultures
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For over a decade, tattoos and piercings have seen an increase in popularity. Body modification is defined as “the semi-permanent or permanent deliberate alteration of the human body”.The practice of body modification extends all over the globe since the dawn of humankind itself. … In addition, while some still attribute deeper psychological meaning to the…
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The Maori of New Zealand: Religion, Spirituality and Rights of Passage
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The Maori people are native New Zealanders of the Polynesian race (Tregear 1). They are believed to have arrived sometime in the 14th century from one of the islands now known as Hawaii in several canoes.… Europeans hungry for land, conquered in the 18th century. Many modern Maori live in poverty in urban centers and have adopted both European virtues and…
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The Maori of New Zealand: Religion, Spirituality and Rights of Passage
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The Maori people are native New Zealanders of the Polynesian race (Tregear 1).They are believed to have arrived sometime in the 14th century from 1 of the islands now known as Hawaii in several canoes (buzzle.com). The occupants of each canoe are thought to have settled in… As in North America missionaries, in spite of their good intentions to Christianize the…
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Assignment 5
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Impact of Technology on Maori and Bushman Societies Author’s Name Institutional Affiliation Abstract The Maori people lived in the densely forested regions of the northern islands, before the advancement in technology came in to alter their lifestyle, social, and economic activities.… People have intermarried reducing the pure generation that can claim to be…
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Research Paper
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Name: Professor’s Date: Course: Date: Moko and the Culture of the Maori of New Zealand The moko, also called Ta moko, is a permanent body marking among the people of the Maori of New Zealand. The moko is a form of tattoo, the only distinguishing factor being that the moko forms crevices on the skin.… The moko symbolized several things. It created tribal…
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Waikato River settlement
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A great deal of partnership is required between the crown and the Maori people in order to facilitate proper and effective management and development of the Waikato River Basin. The crown and the Maori have two completely different views on the natural resources, the meaning of… Partnerships normally offer great opportunities to increase the availability of…
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Assignment2
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ASSIGNMENT 2 (Author’s name) (Institutional Affiliation) Contents Abstract……………………………………………………… iii 1. Introduction…………………………………………….1 2. Background…………………………………………….2 3.… Glossary………………………………………………..13 Images Image 1: The Waikato River System……………………………4 Image 2: The Waikato River passing through Hamilton City…..5 Abstract The government of New Zealand has…
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Operatiom management
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According to scholars in the field of organization theory, organizational communication plays a significant role in ensuring the success of any given organization.… There is need to analyze the concept of organizational communication by making an assessment on a chosen case. This will include the creation of a case and analyze the case. Once the case has been…
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Adventures in New Zealand
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Maori are the indigenous people of New Zealand who infiltrated the country between 900 and 1400 A.D. Before the penetration of the European influence and western culture they thrived in isolation for several centuries with their own culture and tradition.… Maori were tribal societies (iwi) ruled by chiefly rulers who were thought to be descendants of gods. The…
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Operatiom management
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Organization communication has gained prominence in the recent development in the field of organization theory. According to scholars in the field of organization theory, organizational communication plays a significant role in ensuring the success of any given organization.… Employees were in unity with the company management because the company had made a…
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GraduateSpecialized Level LAW Essay
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With the ethnic group now becoming speedily aware of their rights and privileges envisaged under Article 27 of the Convention, the group has been able to protect their ethnic identity and emerge as a winner in the national arena.… With regard to the exercise of the cultural rights protected under article 27 [of the International Covenant on Civil and Political…
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Vidoe analyze
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Each indigenous group has its own culture and ways of life expressed in a unique way, and they have a right to uphold their traditions and safeguard what they believe in. Culture is a source of a… The Maori people, a minority group from New Zealand, use tribal tattoos not only as a form of identity, but also as a show of one’s social status in the society.…
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How did English come to New Zealand
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The early spread of the English language was in Britain, where the German settlers who arrived in Britain in search for resources and better farmlands. One critical… There are indeed various perspectives from which English as a language can be discussed, however, based on the above perspective, this paper discusses the aspects of when, how, and why English…
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New Zealand Film History
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New Zealand films have started to be celebrated internationally not only for the beauty of its land, the talents of its directors, actors and scriptwriters but also they offer to the world unique cinematic images that their makers culled from its well of culture that is so rich and multi-dimensional.… New Zealand is a cultural melting-pot. Its national…
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Reflections of what happened in early childhood center of early childhood education in NZ as in order 509071
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Reflection 5 LEARNING OUTCOME: Describe: In the sandpit, I approached two boys fighting over one racing car. One was about to cry and I felt I needed to intervene but I did not see who had it first or what situation transpired before the fight. My first thoughts were: Should I take the car away from both of them?… I realize I need to learn how to help children…
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Assignment2
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Who owns the water of Waikato River in New Zealand? Name: Institution: Date: Abstract The Maori community’s feeling of ownership or rather acting as partners in issues pertaining to Waikato River are subject to threat due to the throne’s failure to bring them aboard in signing a deal relating to the rivers usage.… It notes various legal backgrounds that…
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New Zealand Politics
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The campaigns for the general elections expected to occur in September are currently in a twilight zone. Recently, a candidate was heard campaigning against an opponent.… 457). There can never be a given party dare to jeopardy proceeding to determining election ahead of utilising political marketing tolls with the intention of understanding the New Zealand…
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How does a transnational approach modify New Zealand's cultural history is it useful Refer to at least 3 course thems
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New Zealand (hither after will be referred as NZ) can be called as a country of immigrants where indigenous tribal communities namely Maori and Pakeha are living there traditionally. The NZs first immigration policy can be revealed from the Treaty of Waitangi/ Te Tiriti o… in their traditional lands.The preamble of this treaty in Maori spotlights the creation…
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Culture & Education
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Culture and Education in New Zealand Reflection Paper This reflection will consider the education system of New Zealand. New Zealand is a small country in the Pacific Ocean, approximately the size of Colorado, and spends around six percent of their gross domestic product on education (CIA World Factbook).… Secondary school is for children aged from 13 years…
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That Intellectual Property Right System. Commercialization of Art
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Art after appropriation thinks through and attempts to move beyond the appropriation paradigms that so widely marked the Western art world and its peripheries during the decade from mid 1970's to late 1980's.… Cuban writer, Geraldo Mosquera has addressed the paradox that the globalize vortex of mixing, multiplying appropriation and re-semanticising takes place…
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How does a transnational approach modify New Zealand's cultural history is it useful Refer to at least 3 course thems
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“How does a transnational approach modify New Zealand's cultural history? Is it useful?” Introduction New Zealand (hither after will be referred as NZ) can be called as a country of immigrants where indigenous tribal communities namely Maori and Pakeha are living there traditionally.… The Waitangi treaty recognised the British Sovereignty in NZ and also…
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