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Te ahu o te reo : reflecting on research to understand the well-being of te reo Māori / co-editors, Vincent Ieni Olsen-Reeder, Jessica Hutchings, Rawinia Higgins.

Contributor(s): Olsen-Reeder, Vincent [author.] | Hutchings, Jessica, 1972- [editor,, contributor.] | Higgins, Rawinia [editor,, contributor.] | Lee-Morgan, Jenny, 1946- [contributor.] | Morgan, Eruera [contributor.] | Martin, Jennifer [contributor.] | Fong, Stephanie Huriana [contributor.] | Emery, Waitiahoaho [contributor.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Wellington, New Zealand : Victoria University Press, [2017]Copyright date: ©2017Description: 158 pages ; 21 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781776561742; 1776561740.Other title: Te ahu o te reo | Reflecting on research to understand the well-being of te reo Māori.Subject(s): Maori language -- Spoken Maori | Maori language -- Acquisition | Maori language -- Revival | Maori language -- Research | Reo Māori | Kura kaupapa Māori | Whakaora reo | Rangahau Māori | Kaupapa rangahauDDC classification: 306.44299442
Contents:
Foreword (in Māori) / Wayne Ngata -- He whakataki. Foundations of this book -- Te Ahu o te reo Māori (In Emglish) -- Theoretical perspectives on Māori language research. Introduction -- Language value as a tool for Māori language research (In English, with some Māori) / Vincent Ieni Olsen-Reeder, Rawinia Higgins & Jess Hutchings -- He kaupapa reo Māori -- he kaupapa Māori? (In Māori) / Vincent Ieni Olsen-Reeder -- Community reflections of research. Introduction (In English) -- Kia kāpuia te reo o Tāmaki ki te Tonga: Tamaki Makaurau ki te Tonga (In Māori) / Jenny Bol Jun Lee-Morgan & Eruera Morgan -- Te uru o Tāmaki Makaurau / Jen Martin & Stephanie Fong (In Māori) -- Te ahu o te reo, te ahu o te Rangahau kaupapa Māori (In English) / Waitiahoaho Emery (In English) -- Conclusion -- Biographies.
Summary: "Te Ahu o te reo Māori: Reflecting on Research to Understand the Well-being of te reo Māori is an edited collection of bi-lingual writings that brings together Māori researchers, writers and community language advocates who were involved in the Te Taura Whiri-funded study, Te Ahu o te reo. Te Ahu o te reo Māori draws on this national research project completed in 2016, and brings together some of the different voices of the project in a way that will appeal to a wider audience. The aim of the book is to provide a space, beyond the funded research project, to reflect on the role of kaupapa Māori research and the researcher in Māori language research. Writers explore the concept of well-being in relation to te reo Māori and share evidence-based information about what supports and hinders the revitalisation of te reo Māori in communities, homes, kura and schools in Aotearoa in the 21st century."- -Publisher's description.
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

Te Ahu o te reo Maori: Reflecting on Research to Understand the Well-being of te reo Maori is an edited collection of bi-lingual writings that brings together Maori researchers, writers and community language advocates who were involved in the Te Taura Whiri-funded study, Te Ahu o te reo. Te Ahu o te reo Maori draws on this national research project completed in 2016, and brings together some of the different voices of the project in a way that will appeal to a wider audience. The aim of the book is to provide a space, beyond the funded research project, to reflect on the role of kaupapa Maori research and the researcher in Maori language research. Writers explore the concept of well-being in relation to te reo Maori and share evidence-based information about what supports and hinders the revitalisation of te reo Maori in communities, homes, kura and schools in Aotearoa in the 21st century. Contributors include: Vini Olsen-Reeder, Professor Rawinia Higgins, Dr Jessica Hutchings, Dr Jen Martin, Stephanie Fong, Associate Professor Jenny Bol Jun Lee-Morgan, Eruera Lee-Morgan, Waitiahoaho Emery.

Includes bibliographical references.

Includes bibliographical references (pages 141-154).

Foreword (in Māori) / Wayne Ngata -- He whakataki. Foundations of this book -- Te Ahu o te reo Māori (In Emglish) -- Theoretical perspectives on Māori language research. Introduction -- Language value as a tool for Māori language research (In English, with some Māori) / Vincent Ieni Olsen-Reeder, Rawinia Higgins & Jess Hutchings -- He kaupapa reo Māori -- he kaupapa Māori? (In Māori) / Vincent Ieni Olsen-Reeder -- Community reflections of research. Introduction (In English) -- Kia kāpuia te reo o Tāmaki ki te Tonga: Tamaki Makaurau ki te Tonga (In Māori) / Jenny Bol Jun Lee-Morgan & Eruera Morgan -- Te uru o Tāmaki Makaurau / Jen Martin & Stephanie Fong (In Māori) -- Te ahu o te reo, te ahu o te Rangahau kaupapa Māori (In English) / Waitiahoaho Emery (In English) -- Conclusion -- Biographies.

"Te Ahu o te reo Māori: Reflecting on Research to Understand the Well-being of te reo Māori is an edited collection of bi-lingual writings that brings together Māori researchers, writers and community language advocates who were involved in the Te Taura Whiri-funded study, Te Ahu o te reo. Te Ahu o te reo Māori draws on this national research project completed in 2016, and brings together some of the different voices of the project in a way that will appeal to a wider audience. The aim of the book is to provide a space, beyond the funded research project, to reflect on the role of kaupapa Māori research and the researcher in Māori language research. Writers explore the concept of well-being in relation to te reo Māori and share evidence-based information about what supports and hinders the revitalisation of te reo Māori in communities, homes, kura and schools in Aotearoa in the 21st century."- -Publisher's description.

Text in English with some Māori.

Table of contents provided by Syndetics

  • Foreword (p. 7)
  • Section I He Whakataki
  • Foundations of this book (p. 11)
  • Chapter 1 Te Ahu o te reo Maori (p. 17)
  • Section II Theoretical Perspectives on Maori Language Research
  • Introduction (p. 35)
  • Chapter 2 Language value as a tool for Maori language research (p. 37)
  • Chapter 3 He Kaupapa Reo Maori - He Kaupapa Maori? (p. 77)
  • Section III Community Reflections of Research
  • Introduction (p. 93)
  • Chapter 4 Kia kapuia te reo o Tamaki ki te Tonga: Tamaki Makaurau ki te Tonga (p. 95)
  • Chapter 5 Te Uru o Tamaki Makaurau (p. 111)
  • Chapter 6 Te Ahu o te reo, Te Ahu o te Rangahau Kaupapa Maori (p. 127)
  • Conclusion (p. 137)
  • References (p. 141)
  • Biographies (p. 155)