Te Komako Issue 18 Winter

Contents


Te ha o te karanga

He karakia, he tauparapara


Articles


The uniquely female art of karanga
Sonia Hibbs

Mana Wahine … What does it mean to you?
The sharing of a pu körero by Hinewirangi with Sonia Hibbs.

Mana wahine me te tino rangatiratanga: Mäori women’s dignity and self determination
Ruth Herd

Ko Au Tënei – This is me
Marama Davidson

Cultural safety and the birth culture of Maori
Dianne Wepa and Jean Te Huia

Pare Nia Nia
Te Rauhina Williams

What does mental illness mean for Maori? In particular, Maori women diagnosed with a mental illness, during the period of pregnancy and childbirth
Wendy Semmons

The karanga as an expression of mana wahine in the reverberation of social work practice
Miriama Scott

Tu Tamawahine
Miriama Scott


Features


Nga tikanga mo nga kairaranga (Guidelines for contributors)