Mātauranga Māori, tino rangatiratanga and the future of New Zealand science

@article{Broughton2015MtaurangaMT,
  title={Mātauranga Māori, tino rangatiratanga and the future of New Zealand science},
  author={De Broughton and Taranaki Ngāti Porou Ngāpu Te Aitanga-a-Hauiti and Kim McBreen},
  journal={Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand},
  year={2015},
  volume={45},
  pages={83 - 88}
}
All peoples develop their own academic traditions: philosophies grounded in their experiences over successive generations, and theories for growing knowledge and wisdom. Mātauranga Māori (mātauranga) is the Indigenous knowledge system of these lands. It is dynamic, innovative and generative. The mātauranga continuum is the knowledge accumulated through this system. Government policies and systems have marginalised mātauranga and prioritised Western science, and the past 100 years have seen a… 
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