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A Conversation on the Philosophy and Practice of Teaching Research in Maori and Pacific Education

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posted on 21.08.2020 by W Penetito, Kabini Sanga
Research in Māori and Pacific education based on Māori and Pacific philosophies and practices is a new endeavour for tertiary institutions in New Zealand. In this article, the authors describe one such course which they teach to education masters’ students at Victoria University of Wellington. They argue that such courses must be concerned to address the philosophical bases of research at least as rigorously as the methods used to investigate matters of enquiry. It is claimed that Māori and Pacific peoples are demanding the sort of research that helps them to survive, to contribute, and “to be” in the world as Māori and Pacific peoples.

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Penetito, W. & Sanga, K. (2003). A Conversation on the Philosophy and Practice of Teaching Research in Maori and Pacific Education. New Zealand Annual Review of Education, 13(12), 21-38. https://doi.org/10.26686/nzaroe.v0i12.1430

Journal title

New Zealand Annual Review of Education

Volume

13

Issue

12

Publication date

01/01/2003

Pagination

21-38

Publisher

Victoria University of Wellington Library

Publication status

Published

Contribution type

Article

Online publication date

01/07/2002

ISSN

1171-3283

eISSN

1178-3311

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