tikanga


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tikanga

(təˈkæŋə)
n
(Anthropology & Ethnology) NZ Māori ways or customs
[Māori]
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Tona tikanga ka oti te whakawhanaketanga o tenei papakainga hei te marama o Pipiri 2020, a, e tautoko hoki i nga marae tata e rua; nga pae tapu o nga marae o Hairini, o Maungatapu.
Since 1992, the ACANZP has established a parallel leadership model based on three tikanga or cultural streams--Aotearoa, New Zealand, and Polynesia, each with its own primate.
Canterbury Plunket nurse Louise Burrowes used to try and avoid tikanga when she visited Maori families.
These considerations, coupled with what at the time appeared to be odd superstitions, or scare tactics directed at a child, were in fact different tikanga that my Mum would teach us, which made us cautious of the ocean.
Hence, it cannot be assumed that those identifying as Maori will have an understanding of te reo Maori me ona tikanga (Maori language and customs), or that that they will have access to knowledge of their whakapapa (genealogical) connections and subsequent associated bodies of knowledge.
They also rarely understand the different tikanga (culture) of iwi and hapu Maori, and how these are located in geographic and cultural space.
Maori language and tikanga have a critical role in health care in Aotearoa New Zealand.
(115) The Act recognizes the possibility for Maori to claim protected customary rights in the common marine and coastal area (116) and the possibility to seek customary marine title in a specified area of the common marine and coastal area, which would allow a Maori group to hold that land in accordance with tikanga Maori (Maori customary values and practices).
Learning outcomes in respective courses include students demonstrating appropriate application of Maori language and tikanga (customs and traditions) in early childhood settings and that they promote inclusive practice.
Mrs Hartley, who is originally from Sunderland, is currently Dean of Tikanga Pakeha students at St John's College in Auckland, New Zealand.
Cleve Barlow, Tikanga Whakaaro: Key Concepts in Maori Culture (Oxford University Press, 1991)