Tūrangawaewae : identity & belonging in Aotearoa New ZealandPublisher: Auckland, New Zealand : Massey University Press, 2017Copyright date: ©2017Description: 287 pages : colour illustrations ; 23 cmISBN:
- Tūrangawaewae (2017)
- DU424 .T97 2017
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Includes bibliographical references.
Introduction: Identity and citizenship in Aotearoa New Zealand / Ella Kahu -- Part One: Faces of Aotearoa New Zealand. Faces: introduction / Richard Shaw -- 1. Demographic diversities : the changing face of Aotearoa New Zealand / Trudie Cain -- 2. Tangata whenua : Maori, identity and belonging / Te Rina Warren, Margaret Forster, Veronica Tawhai -- Part Two: Voices of Aotearoa New Zealand. Voices: introduction / Trudie Cain, Ella Kahu -- 3. Voices in the House : political representation and participation / Richard Shaw -- 4. Shout it out : participation and protest in public life / Ella Kahu -- 5. Express yourself : voice through the arts / Trudie Cain -- Part Three: Places in Aotearoa New Zealand. Places: introduction / Trudie Cain, Juliana nsvelt -- 6. Physical places : home as place / Juliana Mansvelt, Trudie Cain, Ann Dupuis -- 7. Institutional places : the university / Richard Shaw -- 8. Digital places : globalising identity and citizenship / Sy Taffel -- Part Four: Stories of Aotearoa New Zealand. Stories: introduction / Ella Kahu -- 9. We're all equal here, mate : egalitarianism in Aotearoa New Zealand / David Littlewood -- 10. 100% pure : clean, gree and proud of it! / Juliana Mansvelt -- 11. Anzac : a nation's creation story / Carl Bradley, Rhys Ball -- Conclusion: Identity and belonging in Aotearoa New Zealand / Richard Shaw, Ella Kau, Trudie Cain.
What is a New Zealander? What does it mean to be a citizen of or a resident in this country? How do we understand what makes New Zealand complex, and unique? And what creates a sense of belonging and identity, both here and in the world?Now's a critical time to be thinking about these sorts of things. In a post-Trump, post-Brexit world, easy slogans have taken the place of reasoning and reasonableness, empathy is in retreat, and intolerance is on the march. History tells us that this is never a good mix. In this engaging book, experts and thinkers direct their sharp analysis at these and other important issues. Written for university students, it will appeal to anyone interested in where we have come from and where we are headed. It's a book for active participants in Aotearoa New Zealand and in global society.