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Atuatanga: Holding Te Karaitianatanga and Te Māoritanga Together Going Forward.
(University of Canterbury. Sociology, 2013)
This thesis sets out to provide the background to the development of Atuatanga and to clarify its meaning and its whakapapa in Te Māoritanga and Te Karaitianatanga. Although it has been taught as Māori theology in Tikanga ...
A religion of relatedness: transformation through the appreciation of difference
(University of Canterbury. Language, Social and Political Sciences, 2013)
In spite of many indications to the contrary, not least the tenor of the times which includes both the remnant left after the "death of God" as well as the rise of New Age religiosity, this thesis proposes, using feminist ...
Women in the Mahabharata
(University of Canterbury. Religious Studies, 2013-04-12)
This thesis documents a comprehensive search of all material relating to women in the ancient Hindu text, the Mahabharata. It follows three themes: 1. Women's experiences and views. 2. Women's and men's critiques ...