• He rāngai maomao, he iti pioke: Te Mauri o Pūheke

      Maclean, Joseph (Hōhepa) Hēnare (Auckland University of Technology, 2012)
      Patukoraha and Te Whānau Moana, two northern hapū, have experienced severe language loss as evidenced by the depleting numbers of speakers of the reo in contexts such as marae, home, and community events. A language ...
    • Native noise: Māori popular music and indigenous cultural identity

      Breault, Ainsley (Auckland University of Technology, 2010)
      This thesis argues that Māori popular music, regardless of genre, is a valuable resource in the formulation of a vibrant and relevant Māori rangatahi (youth) identity. Specifically, the research investigates the complex ...
    • Nā wai ngā pokapoka o te ahi marae i whakarite, engari, mā wai āpōpō?

      Te Ruki, Gary David Brent (Auckland University of Technology, 2010)
      The aim of this research is to investigate aspects of hapū leadership in a rural marae. This investigation provides a current analysis of the ‘state’ of leadership today for hapū members of Ngāti Unu and Ngāti Kahu associated ...