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Inside New Zealand - 9780170178815
100 Pages

Inside New Zealand

By | Copyright Year:2008 | ISBN-13: 9780170178815

Inside New Zealand: Maori-Pakeha Race Relations in the 20th Century is a meaningful, highly illustrated study of Maori-Pakeha Relations in the 20th Century for NCEA Level One History.

This text covers all the requirements for the Maori-Pakeha Race Relations 1912-1980 topic (as the prescription stood at the time of writing), but has been updated to cover issues up to the year 2000. Coverage includes;
- A brief 19th Century background to Maori-Pakeha relations
- Government social and land policy up to WWII
- Maori leadership: inside, outside or alongside the Pakeha system
- The Depression, first Labour Government and involvement in WWII
- Post-WWII issues: two worlds meet
- Post-WWII issues: Government policies and Maori responses
- Maori activism in the 1970s and 1980s: land and the Treaty
- The Waitangi Tribunal


Introductory Notes
Chapter One: It Begins...
Chapter Two: Maori-Pakeha relations up to World War Two: two seperate worlds
Chapter Three: Maori leadership inside the Pakeha system: the young Maori party
Chapter Four: Maori leadership inside the Pakeha system: Tahupotiki Wiremu Ratana
Chapter Five: Maori leadership outside the Pakeha system: Te Puea Herangi
Chapter Six: Maori leadership alongside the Pakeha system: Te Puea Herangi
Chapter Seven: The Depression (1929-35) and the first Labour Government
Chapter Eight: World War Two, 1939-1945
Chapter Nine: After the World War: two worlds meet
Chapter Ten: Post-war government policies and Maori responses
Chapter Eleven: "Enough is enough!" - Maori activism from the 1970's
Chapter Twelve: The return of the Treaty
Chapter Thirteen: The Waitangi Tribunal
Select Bibliography
Photographic Acknowledgements
Essay Writing Skills


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