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Understanding Maori 'lived' culture to determine cultural connectedness and wellbeing.
(University of Canterbury. Ngai Tahu Research Centre, 2016)
Maori tribal authorities have sought to measure the wellbeing of their people as a baseline for determining the extent to which their economic, social, and cultural goals are being achieved. In recent years, data from ...
Getting to know your food: the insights of indigenous thinking in food provenance
© 2015, Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht. Western consumers are increasingly demanding to know the provenance of their food. In New Zealand, Māori tribal enterprises are engaged in the food producing sectors of ...
Outdoor environmental supportiveness and older people’s quality of life: a personal projects approach
We present an approach to exploring the role of environmental supportiveness in contributing to older people's quality of life (QoL), based on Little's ecological model (2010) in which individual and situational factors ...