Abandoning the Titanic? Some Implications of Maori Perceptions of Educational and Social Influences on the Maintenance and Use of the Maori Language




Table of contents

Abstract, Notes, References, Appendix



Primary author: Benton, Nina B.E.

Secondary author: New Zealand Council for Education Research

Publisher: New Zealand Council of Educational Research

Publication format: Conference proceedings, Essay

Publication date: January 1987

Publication place: Wellington

Publication availability: Yes

Publication location: Treaty Resource Centre

Catalog reference: Education 2: Programme on Racism Box 4

Misc. notes: This paper draws on the result of a 1970s survey on the use of the Maori language in households and relates more recent information presented to the Waitangi and Broadcasting Tribunals. The significance of these accounts is discussed in relation to broader social issues, including institutionalized racism.

Content type: Policy, Recommendations, Responses, Statistics

Collection: Mitzi Nairn

Tikanga Māori: Te reo Māori

Sector: Education – early childhood, Education – primary, Education – secondary, Education – tertiary

Formal group: Community / Professional Groups

Informal group: Māori

Culture related topics: Racism

General related topics: How to teach, Social change – society

Historical period: 20th