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The colonial relationship between Māori and Pākehā cultures has often resulted in the deprioritisation of mātauranga Māori (including te reo Māori) from both Māori and Pākehā (NZ Europeans). Interviews with 19 Māori language learners explored how Māori and Pākehā relationships...
Indigenous peoples in the 21st century colonial contexts face many challenges, not least of which is the struggle to retain cultural identity, beliefs, knowledge and traditions. While Western psychological theories offer insights into how identities are formed, there is a need for models of...
This article explores the role of social engagement (family and community support) in Alaska Native (AN) Elders’ definitions of successful ageing, why social engagement is important to the health and well-being of AN Elders. In terms of methods, each tribal council nominated AN Elders, ranging...
Five Māori women from one tribal community in Aotearoa/New Zealand narrated their stories of multi-generational legacies of historical trauma. Although psychological/spiritual trauma effects remain for these women, consciousness of trauma in these narratives was seen in a positive light as...
For ‘linguists to have any impact on reversing diminishing linguistic diversity’, says Muhlhauser (in Austin and Sallabank, 2011: 31), ‘they must focus their efforts on preserving language ecologies, not languages’. This article focuses on the preservation of dialect by the Kāi Tahu, as...
Recently, narrative has emerged as an important concept in interrupting the transmission of intergenerational trauma in Indigenous communities. For many Indigenous peoples, narrative in the form of storytelling is a fundamental traditional cultural practice. This article presents findings from a...
Indigenous psychology as a global movement includes First Nations people who were colonised and live today as minorities amidst European majorities in their homelands. This creates the imperative for a psychology of self-determination and cultural healing. The six articles in this Special Issue...
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