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Matuaranga Maori; An introduction to a Maori world view.

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  • 1. Te Tohu Toi TangataBachelor of HumanitiesMAO 130Whare Wananga DevelopmentMonte Aranga and Vaughan Bidois (Phd)Matauranga Maori andAssimilationNa Bina Whatarau me,Christina Nuku

2. https://www.facebook.com/SunliveBOP/photos_streamMatauranga Maori 3. It is my belief that Matauranga Maori isa cultural system of knowledge abouteverything that is important in the livesof the people(Mead, 2012, p. 13).(http://www-rdca-cms.nzqa.govt.nz/assets/Maori/ConversationsMMv6AW-web.pdf ) 4. whakapapa and matauranga Maori areinextricably linked. In this regard, nodiscussion on matauranga Maori iscomplete without discussing therelationship between whakapapa andmatauranga Maori(Royal as cited in Edwards, 2011, p.48)(http://www-rdca-cms.nzqa.govt.nz/assets/Maori/ConversationsMMv6AW-web.pdf ) 5. Genealogy, cultural identity,Book of chronicles, orfamily treeP.M. Ryans Dictionary of Modern Maori 1994 6. Whakapapa is the genealogical descent of allliving things from the Gods to present time.The meaning of whakapapa is to lay one thingupon another, for example, to lay onegeneration upon another. Everything has awhakapapa: birds, fish, animals, trees, andevery other living thing..(Barlow, 1991, p. 173) 7. Io Matua te Kore (supreme God)Te KoreTe PoTe Ao-maramaRanginui-Papatuanuku(ibid)http://www.macwallpapers.eu/images/wallpapers/Mac%20Space%20Desktop%20Apple%20Cosmic%20Pictures-712491.jpeg 8. http://i23.piczo.com/view/1/6/9/r/h/w/x/e/n/x/7/t/img/i72424541_82903.jpg 9. Ranginui-Papatuanuku(70 male children)Tanemahuta-Rongomatane-Haumietiketike-Tangaroa-Tawhirimatea-Whiro-Tumatauenga-RuamokoTanemahuta-HineahuoneHinetitamahttp://www.macwallpapers.eu/images/wallpapers/Mac%20Space%20Desktop%20Apple%20Cosmic%20Pictures-712491.jpeg 10. www.kiatamai.or.nz 11. http://images.virtualcurator.com/default/artworks/mediums/81/taneupclose.jpg 12. http://www.teara.govt.nz/files/a11431lml.jpg 13. http://www.biosecurity.govt.nz/files/publications/biosecurity-magazine/issue-79/image12.jpg 14. Whakapapa to all living things helpedpeople te ira-tangata understand theirrelationship with the world(Royal, 2010, p. 8). 15. https://www.facebook.com/StarSoulEssence/photos_stream 16. whakapapa embodies acomprehensive conceptualframework that enables us to makesense of our world(Mikaere, 2001, p. 285-286) 17. Each tribe has their own versions ofknowledge that define the application ofthe values and principles in mataurangamaori. An in-depth study of mataurangamaori produces matauranga-a-iwi(Doherty, 2009, p. 74).https://researchspace.auckland.ac.nz/bitstream/handle/2292/5639/01front.pdf?sequence=3 18. NANNY AND MOKO ON THE FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL 19. http://ranginuirauakopapatuanuku.wikispaces.com/file/view/ruaumoko.jpg/88914843/ruaumoko.jpg 20. www.matakite.co.nz 21. http://www.northwestfloridaoutdooradventure.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/ShangriLaSpringsMerritMillPond.jpg 22. http://www.fotoshare.com/ 23. MOKOPUNATE AWATEA NUKU 24. 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Mead, H. (2012). Understanding Matauranga Maori: Conversations on Matauranga Maori,Retrieved April 01, 2014 from http://www-rdca-cms.nzqa.govt.nz/assets/Maori/ConversationsMMv6AW-web.pdfEdwards, S. (2011) Through Maori Knowledge Te Ao Maori will Resonate: Conversations onMatauranga Maori, Retrieved April 01, 2014 from http://www-rdca-cms.nzqa.govt.nz/assets/Maori/ConversationsMMv6AW-web.pdfBarlow, C. (1991). Tikanga Whakaaro: Key concepts in Mori culture. Melbourne, Victoria,Australia: Oxford University Press.Ryan, P.M (1994). Dictionary of Modern Mori (4th ed.). Birkenhead, Auckland, New Zealand:Reed Publishing Group.Royal, C. T.A (2010). Te Taiao Maori and the Natural World. Albany, Auckland, New Zealand:David Bateman Ltd.Mikaere, A (2011). Colonising Myths Maori Realities: He Rukuruku Whakaaro. Wellington,Aotearoa New Zealand: Huia PublishersDoherty, W (2009). Matauranga Tuhoe: The Centrality of matauranga-a-iwi to Maori Education(Doctorate thesis, University of Auckland, New Zealand). Retrieved fromhttps://researchspace.auckland.ac.nz/handle/2292/2/browse?value=Doherty%2C+William&type=author