He Kohikohinga Rangahau 2017

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Tēnā koe,

The School of Psychology proudly launched a second edition of He Koihkohinga Rangahau: A Bibliography of Māori and Psychology Research in September to support the growth and advancement of Māori -led research and scholarship in psychology.

This bibliography is organised in a thematic structure that seeks to validate and foreground Māori epistemologies, across a diverse spectrum of psychological disciplines. The document speaks to the validity of Māori-led research within the discipline of psychology, clever synthesis of Maori knowledge with western psychological knowledge in collaborative research relationships.

The authors hope the bibliographies will aide those who are looking to find relevant material on Māori psychological scholarship, including practitioners, students, lecturers, and researchers in psychology and beyond.

Electronic copies of the bibliography can be accessed, free from:

 

1.     The New Zealand Psychological Society Bicultural Resources

2.     The University of Auckland Research Space  

3.     The University of Auckland Māori and Pacific Research Ethics Webpage

 

Mā te wā,