Using the stories of Māui to guide readers through the work, Keelan has authored a book that brings together ten years of experience and research in taiohinga Māori Development. Known to most New Zealanders, Māori and non-Māori alike, Māui can be found in many of the stories of other Pacific nations, and a Māui story can be found between each chapter, followed by an analysis where key messages are identified. This is perhaps the fourth book on youth development from a New Zealand perspective and, maybe, the first from an indigenous world view… Click here to read the book.
Communication Issues in Aotearoa New Zealand
January 7, 2015