The meaning of biculturalism

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Description

"This paper is predicated on the thesis that there are two basic cultures in the world, namely the culture of indigenous people and the culture of metropolitan society. The culture of indigenous people has a universal set of principles which distinguishes it from its metropolitan counterpart".

Table of contents

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Artifacts

pdfThe-Meaning-of-Biculturalism.pdf

Primary author: Walker, R.J

Secondary author: National Council of Churches in Aotearoa

Author biography: Māori

Publisher: R.J Walker

Publication format: Education resource, Hand-out

Publication date: 1986

Publication place: Auckland

Publication availability: Yes

Publication location: Treaty Resource Centre

Catalog reference: 305.8994 WAL – AMNC-4- Mitzi Nairn Collection and AMNC-2 and APW-1

Misc. notes: Copy also held in Filing Cabinet-Bi-culturalism and APOR-2

Content type: Report

Tikanga Māori: General

Sector: Education – secondary, Education – tertiary

Formal group:

Informal group: Indigenous peoples, Māori, Pākehā

Culture related topics: Bi-cultural

General related topics: Colonisation, Equity/justice/fairness, First Peoples’ rights

Historical period: 20th

Resources: Culture