From assimilation to biculturalism: Changing patterns in Maori-Pakeha relationships

Author: Thomas, David R.; Nikora, Linda Waimarie

Date: 1996

Publisher: Dunmore Press

Type: Book item

Link to this item using this URL: http://hdl.handle.net/10289/787

University of Waikato

Abstract

This chapter examines the changing patterns of inter-ethnic relationships among Maori and Pakeha in New Zealand, specifically the moves from assimilation towards biculturalism. The impact of recent debate about the Treaty of Waitangi is described and examples of bicultural policies and their consequences are outlined.

Subjects: New Zealand, Maori-Pakeha relations, biculturalism, Treaty of Waitangi

Citation: ["Thomas, D. R., & Nikora, L. W. (1996). From assimilation to biculturalism: Changing patterns in Maori-Pakeha relationships. Chapter 15. In D. R. Thomas & A. Veno (Eds.), Community Psychology and Social Change: Australian and New Zealand perspectives. Palmerston North, New Zealand: Dunmore Press."]

Copyright: Copyright 1996 The Dunmore Press. Used with permission.