Tracey McIntosh, Malcolm Mulholland
Māori and Social Issues is a collection written by experts in various fields of the social and health sciences. Each chapter discusses a different health or social issue, giving the statistics and trends, the effects on Māori, and solutions and future implications.
The volume gives a greater understanding of the experiences and social environment of Māori and highlights the need for research-based solutions to the challenges presently faced.
This is the first volume in the academic series of Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga. Two other titles are currently available in the series, The Value of the Māori Language:Te Hua o te reo Māori and Home: Here to Stay.
December 1, 2011
138 x 210 mm
ISBN (Soft Cover)
"The book’s editors, Tracey McIntosh and Malcolm Mulholland, offer the reader a lush bunch of fruit in this serving...[it] is evident from the outset is that the range of subject areas the chapters cover is much wider than most previous works of this nature...By the end, the reader is left with the feeling that they have been comprehensively informed about a range of issues facing Maori society, and some of the interlocking themes connecting one with the other."
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