Until the 1980s New Zealand was unofficially monocultural, with government policies favouring Pakeha culture. Since then, the Māori renaissance has led to a renewed emphasis on biculturalism, based on the partnership established between Māori and the Crown by the Treaty of Waitangi.
Taken form : http://www.teara.govt.nz/en/biculturalism

Books: Adult Māori Lending
021.260993 SZE Te ara tika guiding voices: Maori opinion onlibraries and information needs Szekely, Chris
305.8 : Biculturalism : reconciling Aotearoa with New Zealand Raj K. Vasil
323.11 OSU Beyond biculturalism : the politics of an indigenous minorityDominic O'Sullivan
323.193 ORA An illustrated history of the Treaty of Waitangi Oranga, Claudia
378.12092 RIT Becoming bicultural Richie, James
993.421 NEW Te Raupatu o Tauranga Moana : report on the Tauranga confiscation claims NZ Legislation Direct

Books: Adult Māori Reference (non-lending)
020.89 GAR Ka mahi tonu : biculturalism in New Zealand librarianship 1992-1994 Garraway, John
020.89 ISS Issues and initiatives in indigenous librarianship (p5-11)
021.260993 SZE Te ara tika guiding voices : Maori opinion on libraries and information needs Szekely, Chris
021.2609931 MCD Te ara tika : Maori and libraries : a research report MacDonald, Tui
025.5 WOR Te reo o te hunga whai ratanga...the customer's voice, a quest... Worth, Helen
305.8 PAR Partnership and peace : essays on biculturalism in Aotearoa - New ZealandElsie Locke
305.8 RIT Becoming bicultural Ritchie, James
305.8 VAS Biculturalism : reconciling Aotearoa with New Zealand Raj K. Vasil
306.466 UTT The utterly confused person's guide to biculturalism- videorecording Elle Hughes
323.11 OSU Beyond biculturalism : the politics of an indigenous minorityDominic O'Sullivan
323.193 ORA An illustrated history of the Treaty of Waitanga Orange, Claudia
993.421 NEW Te Raupato o Tauranga Moana : report on the Tauranga confiscation claims NZ Legislation Direct
993.421 ROS The impact of confiscation : socio-economic conditions of Tauranga Maori 1865-1965 Rose, Kathryn

Books: Reference (non-lending)
Staff Ref 020.89 ISS Issues and initiatives in indigenous librarianship (p5-11)
Staff Ref 020.89 MCD Te ara tika : Maori and libraries : a research report MacDonald, Tui
Staff Ref 025.5 BLA Biculturalism and New Zealand libraries : a selective bibliography Blake, Barbara
Staff Ref 027 INF Informing New Zealand : libraries, archives and records (p15-23) Fields, Alison

Magazine articles:
Staff Ref Library Life : Te Rau Ora 278, p1-2 Maori subject headings project Elliot, A.
Staff Ref Library Life : Te Rau Ora 280, p10 Christchurch City Libraries seeks Maori views at hui Pierce, H.

Online Databases:
Tauranga City Libraries subscribes through EPIC to:
Australia/New Zealand Reference Centre
Newztext - New Zealand's leading newspapers and business publications in full text (coverage: from ca. 1995/98 - present).

Websites:
Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand : Biculturalism http://www.teara.govt.nz/en/biculturalism
Biculturalism and librarianship in New Zealand : a more fundamental change than information technology Cullen, R.
http://archive.ifla.org/IV/ifla62/62-culr.htm
Tauranga City Council - http://www.tauranga.govt.nz/about-tauranga-city/history/historical-timeline.aspx - Maori timeline
Neo-imperialismand the (mis)appropriation of indigenousness Harawira, Makere (Pacific World, Oct 1999) -
http://www.maorinews.com/writings/papers/other/makere.htm
Tauranga Moana Maori Trust Board - http://www.tgamoana.co.nz/about-us/history - history of Tauranga Moana
United Nations General Assembly adopts declaration on the rights of indigenous peoples - http://www.un.org/esa/socdev/unpfii/en/declaration.html
Radio NZ Sounds Historical Treaty of Waitangi page - http://www.radionz.co.nz/collections/treatyofwaitangi


Last updated: 23 April 2016
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