"Home" and "Location": The Problem of Place as an Ethnic Identifier
By Lynette Carter.
A study of the effects of urban relocation on Maori traditionally organised groups in Aotearoa/New Zealand
||Maori, Diaspora, Kinship Communties, Ethnicity
International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 3, pp.33-44.
Article: Print (Spiral Bound).
Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.879MB).
Dr Carter's PhD, entitled 'Whakapapa and the state. Some case studies in the impact of of central government on traditionally organsied Maori groups,' studied the effect of imposed bureaucratic structures on the continuation of traditional systems of governance.
Recent publications include;
Carter, L.J.,2005, Another Ngai Tahu view on open societies and tribal groups. Refereed response to Tau T.M., Open soceities and tribal groups, in "Learning for Democracy" July 2005, Kings College London.
Waymouth, L.J.,2003, The Bureacratisation of genealogy, in "Ethnologies comparee" No. 6, 2003.[e-journal].
Carter L.J.,2005,Legitimising Indigenous knowledge in sustainable land development and use: Maori participation in Eco-system rehabilitation, in Conference prceedings, ESEH Conference, "History and sustainability", Florence, Italy, February 16-19, 2005.
There are currently no reviews of this product.
Write a Review