Māori social identities in New Zealand and Hawai'i

@inproceedings{Nkora2007MoriSI,
  title={Māori social identities in New Zealand and Hawai'i},
  author={Linda Waimarie Nīkora},
  year={2007}
}
This research is comprised of two narrative interview studies of Maori in two different settings, New Zealand (n=20) and Hawai’i (n=30). The data was gathered over the 1994-1996 period. The two settings have some commonalities and differences. In both settings Maori are required to make decisions about the continuity of their ethnic Maori identities and hereditary cultural identities of iwi, hapu and whanau, and the part that they wish these identities to play in their daily lives. The focus of… CONTINUE READING

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