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Processes of Pakeha change in response to the Treaty of Waitangi

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This is a popular, readable PhD thesis about how Pakeha respond when they learn about the Treaty of Waitangi. It covers Maori protest about the Treaty and efforts by Treaty educators to help Pakeha through “head and heart” responses towards being “a group that is changing”. Described by Emeritus Professor Ranginui Walker as a “sound and tightly written piece of work”, the book includes colourful visual theories of change and research into discourse and praxis in NZ organisations. It concludes with a social psychological theory of transformation in the Aotearoa New Zealand context. Useful appendices include a timeline of Maori and Pakeha actions for and against the Treaty from 1840 – 2000. The book will be of interest to tertiary educators and students, researchers, and activist educators.

Written by Dr Ingrid Huygens

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Soft/Hard cover: 317 pages

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