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Civilising Mission?

Perceptions and Representations of the New Zealand Native Schools System

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A Civilising Mission?: Perceptions and Representations of the New Zealand Native Schools System
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This text uses both oral testimony and documentary resources to offer a detailed and analytic account of an area where Maori and Pakeha culture confronted each other for a hundred years. The focus is very much on the people involved and the joint Maori Pakeha research team have gained access to much invaluable recollection and opinion. Chapters cover Pakeha teachers, Maori involvement, learning and teaching, language policy, cultural adaptation and health. The book includes vignettes and case studies, photographs, and a number of factual appendices.
Release date NZ
December 31st, 2001
Contributors
Edited by Judith Simon Edited by Linda Tuhiwai Smith
Country of Publication
New Zealand
Illustrations
illustrations
Imprint
Auckland University Press
Pages
372
Dimensions
150x226x25
ISBN-13
9781869402518
Product ID
1643250

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