Ahunga Tikanga

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Ahunga Tikanga, edited by Kim McBreen, is the first journal to be produced from the Ahunga Tikanga programme of study at Te Wānanga o Raukawa. The foundation of the programme is tikanga as the first and only legitimate law of Aotearoa. Tikanga is a natural expression of kaupapa and mātauranga, and at the same time, tikanga contributes to our understanding of kaupapa and mātauranga. This journal includes writing that explores the ideas of ahunga tikanga in a variety of ways from staff, students and supporters of the programme.

Contents
* He Aha te Ahunga Tikanga? nā Ani Mikaere
* Ahunga Tikanga and Sexual Diversity nā Kim McBreen
* Fear of the Gods: Why Should We Fear Our Relations? nā Debbie Broughton
* He Kōrero Tēnei mō Tētahi Waiata Tawhito o Ngāti Hangarau: Tākiri Ko Te Ata nā Matiu Dickson
* A Discussion Concerning a Traditional Song from Ngāti Hangarau: Tākiri Ko Te Ata nā Matiu Dickson
* Māui and the Moon-Tides of Māori Women nā Ngāhuia Murphy
* Mau Rākau: My Learning Journey nā Elizabeth Cook
* Kei Hea Nga Manu nā Te Awaawa Firmin
* To Be Binding Beyond Death—An Analysis of The Waitangi Tribunal Report Wai 262 nā Moana Jackson

Publication Details
Title: Ahunga Tikanga
Author: Compiled and edited by Kim McBreen
Publisher: Te Tākupu, Te Wānanga o Raukawa, Ōtaki, Aotearoa / New Zealand
Year: 2012

Physical Description
Type: Journal
Format: Paperback
ISSN: 978-0-473-22230-7 
No. of pages, Size (l x w x d): 100 pages, 21cm x 29.8cm x 0.7cm
Language: Te Reo Māori and English text

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