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A Dictionary Of Some Tuamotuan Dialects Of The Polynesian Language

Author : J.F. Stimson
ISBN : 9789401763431
Genre : Foreign Language Study
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Brett S Handy Guide To New Zealand

Author : E. Ernest Bilbrough
ISBN : UVA:X030788775
Genre : New Zealand
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Pacific Spaces

Author : A.-Chr Engels-Schwarzpaul
ISBN : 9781800736269
Genre : Social Science
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Delving into Pacific spaces from a variety of disciplinary perspectives and interpretations, this book looks at how the anthropological and architectural can be connected. The contributors to this book – architectural practitioners, architectural and spatial design theorists, anthropologists and historians – show not only how new theoretical perspectives can arise out of comparing aspects specific to one discipline with their equivalents of another, but also demonstrate how a space of emergence is created for something that goes beyond both, enhancing both fields of potentialities.

A Tahitian And English Dictionary With Introductory Remarks On The Polynesian Language And A Short Grammar Of The Tahitian Dialect

Author : Jerbert John Davies
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A Tahitian and English dictionary, with introductory remarks on the Polynesian language, and a short grammar of the Tahitian dialect

Global Perspectives On Research Theory And Practice

Author : Philip Brownell
ISBN : 9781443876636
Genre : Philosophy
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Over a decade in the making, this volume brings together some of the richest thinking about gestalt therapy theory and practice that emerged in the lead-up to the 21st century. In 1996, the internet was breaking out of its shell, and the first electronic journal for gestalt therapy appeared as a hybrid of the text-based discussion group Gstalt-L and the graphically rich, web-based journal itself. The journal, supported by a community at St. Johns University, was titled Gestalt!. Its vision was to stimulate a global discussion of gestalt therapy using the electronic medium that has now become so common and essential, and it did just that. Gestalt! was free. It was quick. Those working with the journal were focused on substance over style. The editors have ensured this relevant and playful attitude shines through in this collection. There are errors in form, because the editors have maintained many in order to provide a realistic feel for what the journal was like. Although it no longer exists, this book reclaims the journal’s great historical value and still-significant ideas.

A Tahitian And English Dictionary

Author : H.J. Davies
ISBN : 9785870699462
Genre : Reference
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A Tahitian and English dictionary with introductory remarks on the Polynesian language, and a short grammar of the Tahitian dialect: with an appendix containing a list of foreign words used in the Tahitian Bible, in commerce, etc.

Moral Issues In Global Perspective Volume 3 Moral Issues Second Edition

Author : Christine Koggel
ISBN : 9781551117492
Genre : Philosophy
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Now available in three thematic volumes, the second edition of Moral Issues in Global Perspective is a collection of the newest and best articles on current moral issues by moral and political theorists from around the globe. Each volume seeks to challenge the standard approaches to morality and moral issues shaped by Western liberal theory and to extend the inquiry beyond the context of North America. Covering a broad range of issues and arguments, this collection includes critiques of traditional liberal accounts of rights, justice, and moral values, while raising questions about the treatment of disadvantaged groups within and across societies affected by globalization. Providing new perspectives on issues such as war and terrorism, reproduction, euthanasia, censorship, and the environment, each volume of Moral Issues in Global Perspective incorporates work by race, class, feminist, and disability theorists. In Moral Issues, the third of the three volumes, issues such as euthanasia and health care, reproductive issues, pornography and hate speech, animal rights, and environmental ethics are examined in the context of globalization and of differing social contexts and practices. Sixteen essays are new, one of which was written especially for this volume. Moral Issues in Global Perspective is available in three separate volumes—Moral and Political Theory, Human Diversity and Equality, and Moral Issues.

Parliamentary Debates

Author : New Zealand. Parliament
ISBN : UCAL:B2940044
Genre : New Zealand
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Wayfinding Leadership

Author : Dr Chellie Spiller, Hoturoa Barclay-Kerr and John Panoho
ISBN : 9781775502760
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Tuamaka

Author : Joan Metge
ISBN : 9781869405397
Genre : Social Science
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'Tuamaka' is the rope that Maui and his brothers used to snare the sun. Plaited with flax, the rope gained its strengths from the bringing together of its different strands. In her new book, Tuamaka, renowned anthropologist Dame Joan Metge asks what sort of rope we need to forge our multicultural future. She identifies the Treaty, the words and the stories with which all New Zealanders can gain the strength that comes from twining people and ideas together. The Treaty is our founding narrative, Metge suggests - and she tells a story of cultures meeting, arguing and then dealing with diversity. Maori and English, increasingly used in the same sentence, are our languages and Metge shows how Maori words are used and abused in everyday speech and the media. Finally, the art of storytelling - from myths of Maui and James Cook to present day whakapapa - is how we understand the land and ourselves. Dame Joan ends Tuamaka with a personal reflection on her life as a New Zealander and as an anthropologist living deeply within two cultures over six decades of field work. Tuamaka shows us all how as a nation we can turn the challenge of difference into one of our great national assets. In this moving book, our leading anthropologist delivers an engaging manifesto for living together in Aotearoa New Zealand.

Fragmented Intimacy

Author : Peter J. Adams
ISBN : 9780387726618
Genre : Psychology
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Here is the first major work that examines the benefits of applying social understanding to addiction. The author demonstrates how a social perspective shifts the paradigm from viewing a person in terms of "particles" to viewing a person in terms of relationships. This reorientation creates promising new opportunities for intervention. The book discusses recent advances in theories on community capacity building, resilience, and social ecology alongside their practical applications. Written in an engaging style, the book features numerous vignettes, key points, and illustrations that help you apply the material in your own practice.

Parliamentary Debates

Author : New Zealand. Parliament
ISBN : UCSC:32106019841573
Genre : New Zealand
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Giftedness And Talent

Author : Nadine Ballam
ISBN : 9789811067013
Genre : Education
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This book brings together recent postgraduate research in the broad area of giftedness, talent development and gifted education conducted across New Zealand and Australia. It addresses the significant demand for research in the field undertaken outside the United States and offers valuable practical insights. Divided into 14 chapters, the book explores giftedness and talent in a diverse range of socioeconomic cohorts and contexts, including examinations of gender, race and ethnicity. Though primarily intended for practitioners, it will also benefit undergraduate and postgraduate students, researchers and educators in New Zealand, Australia and beyond.

Changing Contexts Shifting Meanings

Author : Elfriede Hermann
ISBN : 9780824860141
Genre : Social Science
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This book sheds new light on processes of cultural transformation at work in Oceania and analyzes them as products of interrelationships between culturally created meanings and specific contexts. In a series of inspiring essays, noted scholars of the region examine these interrelationships for insight into how cultural traditions are shaped on an ongoing basis. The collection marks a turning point in the debate on the conceptualization of tradition. Following a critique of how tradition has been viewed in terms of dichotomies like authenticity vs. inauthenticity, contributors stake out a novel perspective in which tradition figures as context-bound articulation. This makes it possible to view cultural traditions as resulting from interactions between people—their ideas, actions, and objects—and the ambient contexts. Such interactions are analyzed from the past down to the Oceanian present—with indigenous agency being highlighted. The work focuses first on early encounters, initially between Pacific Islanders themselves and later with the European navigators of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, to clarify how meaningful actions and contexts interrelated in the past. The present-day memories of Pacific Islanders are examined to ask how such memories represent encounters that occurred long ago and how they influenced the social, political, economic, and religious changes that ensued. Next, contributors address ongoing social and structural interactions that social actors enlist to shape their traditions within the context of globalization and then the repercussions that these intersections and intercultural exchanges of discourses and practices are having on active identity formation as practiced by Pacific Islanders. Finally, two authorities on Oceania—who themselves move in the intersecting space between anthropology and history—discuss the essays and add their own valuable reflections. With its wealth of illuminating analyses and illustrations, Changing Contexts, Shifting Meanings will appeal to students and scholars in the fields of cultural and social anthropology, history, art history, museology, Pacific studies, gender studies, cultural studies, and literary criticism. Contributors: Aletta Biersack, Françoise Douaire-Marsaudon, Bronwen Douglas, David Hanlon, Brigitta Hauser-Schäublin, Peter Hempenstall, Margaret Jolly, Miriam Kahn, Martha Kaplan, John D. Kelly, Wolfgang Kempf, Gundolf Krüger, Jacquelyn Lewis-Harris, Lamont Lindstrom, Karen Nero, Ton Otto, Anne Salmond, Serge Tcherkézoff, Paul van der Grijp, Toon van Meijl.

A Dictionary Of The New Zealand Language And A Concise Grammar; To Which Are Add A Selection Of Colloquial Sentences 1 Ed

Author : William Williams
ISBN : ONB:+Z166965104
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The Rough Guide To New Zealand

Author : Laura Harper, Tony Mudd, And Paul Whitfield
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Rough Guides har eksistert i mer enn 30 år og er kanskje verdens mest populære reisehåndbokserie. Guidene gir informasjon om stedets kultur, historie og severdigheter. De er kjent for å gi detaljerte opplysninger om overnatting, restauranter, sport og aktiviteter - også for lavere reisebudsjetter.

The Sage Handbook Of Aging Work And Society

Author : John Field
ISBN : 9781446294154
Genre : Social Science
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Aging has emerged as a major and urgent issue for individuals, organisations and governments of our time. In this well-timed and comprehensive handbook, key international contributors to the field of study come together to create a definitive map of the subject. Framed by an authoritative introductory chapter, the SAGE Handbook of Aging, Work and Society offers a critical overview of the most significant themes and topics, with discussions of current research, theoretical controversies and emerging issues, divided into sections covering: Key Issues and Challenges The Aging Workforce Managing an Aging Workforce Living in an Aging Society Developing Public Policy

Swarika Iii

Author : Divya Nandyala
ISBN : 9781300821007
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An advanced guide to Hindustani Classical music with notations in the following Raags. 1. Tilang 2. Patdeep 3. Jounpuri 4. Hameer 5. Kalingda 6. Deshkar 7. Maalkauns 8. Bihag 9. Bageshri 10. Yaman 11. Bhupali

The Rough Guide To New Zealand

Author : Laura Harper
ISBN : 1858288967
Genre : Travel
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Provides travel tips, recommended accommodations and restaurants, and background on New Zealand's culture and history.

The Routledge International Handbook Of Indigenous Resilience

Author : Hilary N. Weaver
ISBN : 9781000523164
Genre : Social Science
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This handbook provides a comprehensive and cutting-edge strengths-based resource on the subject of Indigenous resilience. Indigenous Peoples demonstrate considerable resilience despite the social, health, economic, and political disparities they experience within surrounding settler societies. This book considers Indigenous resilience in many forms: cultural, spiritual, and governance traditions remain in some communities and are being revitalized in others to reclaim aspects of their cultures that have been outlawed, suppressed, or undermined. It explores how Indigenous people advocate for social justice and work to shape settler societies in ways that create a more just, fair, and equitable world for all human and non-human beings. This book is divided into five sections: From the past to the future Pillars of Indigeneity The power in Indigenous identities The natural world Reframing the narrative: from problem to opportunity Comprised of 25 newly commissioned chapters from Indigenous scholars, professionals, and community members from traditions around the world, this book will be a useful tool for anyone seeking a deeper understanding of manifestations of wellness and resilience. This handbook will be of particular interest to all scholars, students, and practitioners of social work, social care, and human services more broadly, as well as those working in sociology, development studies, and environmental sustainability.

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