He Pou Hiringa : grounding science and technology in Te Ao Maori / edited by Maria Amoamo, Merata Kawharu and Katharina Ruckstuhl.

Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: BWB texts: Publisher: Wellington, New Zealand : Bridget Williams Books, 2021Description: 215 pages : illustrations ; 18 cm.ISBN: 1988587484; 9781988587486.Subject(s): SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY | MĀORI | NEW ZEALAND | Pūtaiao | Hangarau | Tāngata whenua | Rangahau MāoriHoldings: GRETA POINT: 5/6(931) HEP
Contents:
Wāhinga Kōrero/Foreword / Tā Pou Temara -- Introduction / Katharina Ruckstuhl, Merata Kawharu and Maria Amoamo -- 1. Expanding Takarangi: applying a Māori values-led model of team leadership in science and technology / Merata Kawharu and Katharina Ruckstuhl -- 3. Where Tikanga meets technology: connecting Hau Kāinga to Whenua Ora / Merata Kawharu, Leonie Jones and Paul Tapsell -- 4. Project Ātea: designing and developing Māori digital space / Hēmi Whaanga, Paora Mato and Te Taka Keegan -- 5. An uncertain journey: research at the science-vision Mātauranga interface / Diane Ruwhiu and Marie Amoamo -- 6. Building Māori capacity: accelerating access to physical sciences and engineering research / Willy-John Martin -- 7. Acknowledging Te Whare Tapa Whā: health and wellbeing of Māori early career researchers / Jordan Waiti and Erena Wikaire -- 8. Māori interface research: rewards and risks at the technology frontier / Katharina Ruckstuhl, Marie Amoamo, Merata Kawharu, Diane Ruwhiu, Maui Hudson, Willy-John Hudson, Jordan Waiti and Jarrod Haar -- 9. Protecting indigenous data sovereignty: from intellectual property to traditional knowledge labels / Maui Hudson, Jane Anderson and Rogena Sterling -- Notes -- He Mihi/Acknowledgements -- About the authors -- About BWB texts.
Summary: Government, the private sector and scientists have struggled to fully harness the contribution of Māori values and people in science and technological development. Yet Māori have a long history of entrepreneurship and innovation, based on ancestral science and technology (mātauranga). We now must draw on this history as we navigate futures for Aotearoa.This book brings together writing on the big questions about the role of Māori, tikanga and mātauranga in shaping science and technological innovation. Written by Māori from diverse disciplines, it explores the potential for novel approaches, theories, methods and community engagement models in science and technology programmes. It calls for increased participation, initiative and leadership from Māori and presents the views of leading Māori thinkers on what technology and science mean for the future.
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Wāhinga Kōrero/Foreword / Tā Pou Temara -- Introduction / Katharina Ruckstuhl, Merata Kawharu and Maria Amoamo -- 1. Expanding Takarangi: applying a Māori values-led model of team leadership in science and technology / Merata Kawharu and Katharina Ruckstuhl -- 3. Where Tikanga meets technology: connecting Hau Kāinga to Whenua Ora / Merata Kawharu, Leonie Jones and Paul Tapsell -- 4. Project Ātea: designing and developing Māori digital space / Hēmi Whaanga, Paora Mato and Te Taka Keegan -- 5. An uncertain journey: research at the science-vision Mātauranga interface / Diane Ruwhiu and Marie Amoamo -- 6. Building Māori capacity: accelerating access to physical sciences and engineering research / Willy-John Martin -- 7. Acknowledging Te Whare Tapa Whā: health and wellbeing of Māori early career researchers / Jordan Waiti and Erena Wikaire -- 8. Māori interface research: rewards and risks at the technology frontier / Katharina Ruckstuhl, Marie Amoamo, Merata Kawharu, Diane Ruwhiu, Maui Hudson, Willy-John Hudson, Jordan Waiti and Jarrod Haar -- 9. Protecting indigenous data sovereignty: from intellectual property to traditional knowledge labels / Maui Hudson, Jane Anderson and Rogena Sterling -- Notes -- He Mihi/Acknowledgements -- About the authors -- About BWB texts.

Government, the private sector and scientists have struggled to fully harness the contribution of Māori values and people in science and technological development. Yet Māori have a long history of entrepreneurship and innovation, based on ancestral science and technology (mātauranga). We now must draw on this history as we navigate futures for Aotearoa.This book brings together writing on the big questions about the role of Māori, tikanga and mātauranga in shaping science and technological innovation. Written by Māori from diverse disciplines, it explores the potential for novel approaches, theories, methods and community engagement models in science and technology programmes. It calls for increased participation, initiative and leadership from Māori and presents the views of leading Māori thinkers on what technology and science mean for the future.

GRETA POINT: 5/6(931) HEP

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