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KUPU MĀORI/GLOSSARY; INTRODUCTION: Ella Kahu, Te Rā Moriarty, Helen Dollery and Richard Shaw; PART ONE: FACES OF AOTEAROA NEW ZEALAND -- Introduction / Richard Shaw; CHAPTER ONE: Identity and citizenship Laying the foundations /Ella Kahu; CHAPTER TWO: Tangata whenua Maori, identity and belonging / Te Ra Moriarty; CHAPTER THREE: Aotearoas ever-changing face Diversity as an unfinished project / Trudie Cain and Tracey Nicholls. PART TWO: VOICES OF AOTEAROA NEW ZEALAND -- Introduction / Trudie Cain and Ella Kahu; CHAPTER FOUR: Voices in the House Political representation and participation / Richard Shaw; CHAPTER FIVE: Shout it out Participation and protest in public life / Ella Kahu; CHAPTER SIX: Voicing cultural rights Arts, identity and belonging / Rand Hazou and Trudie Cain. PART THREE: PLACES IN AOTEAROA NEW ZEALAND -- Introduction / Trudie Cain and Juliana Mansvelt; CHAPTER SEVEN: Physical places Home as place / Trudie Cain and Juliana Mansvelt; CHAPTER EIGHT: Institutional places The university / Richard Shaw and Matt Russell; CHAPTER NINE: Digital places Identity, participation and power / Stella Pennell; PART FOUR: STORIES OF AOTEAROA NEW ZEALAND -- Introduction: Ella Kahu; CHAPTER TEN: Were all equal here Ideals of equality / David Littlewood; CHAPTER ELEVEN: Clean and green A myth that matters / Juliana Mansvelt; CHAPTER TWELVE: Anzac Lest we forget or Best we forget? / Helen Dollery and Carl Bradley; CONCLUSION: Identity and belonging in Aotearoa New Zealand / Richard Shaw; ABOUT THE CONTRIBUTORS; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; INDEX.

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Helen Dollery is a senior tutor in Massey’s University’s School of People, Environment and Planning.
Ella Kahu is a lecturer in Massey University’s School of Psychology. Her wider research interests are in social psychology and education.
Te Rā Moriarty (Ngāti Toa Rangatira, Ngāti Koata, Rangitāne and Ngāti Kahungunu) is an assistant lecturer in Te Pūtahi a Toi, the School of Māori Knowledge. His main areas of teaching are te reo Māori, tikanga Māori and te ao Māori.
Richard Shaw is the Director BA (External Connections) at Massey University. He is a Professor of Politics and convenes and teaches Tūrangawaewae: Identity and Belonging in Aotearoa New Zealand as well as undergraduate courses in New Zealand politics.

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