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Annotation After spending more than five years working with Tuhoe tohunga Hohepa Kereopa, Paul Moon's extraordinary concluding volume is a powerful, moving work. Publisher Description This is the final work in the trilogy dealing with the great Tuhoe tohunga Hohepa Kereopa. Product Details Author. Hohepa Keropa, Rua Kenana and Maungapohatu. Country of Publication.
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Pay in 4 equal installments Use your existing debit or credit card. Show simple item record Te hau ora o naga kaumatau o Tuhoe: a study of Tuhoe kaumatau mental wellness dc. The main purpose of the research was to examine the mental health status of Tuhoe kaumatua elderly. Even before the research was undertaken anecdotal evidence indicated that a significant feature of the Tuhoe aging population was the apparent absence of mental health problems.
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Kaumatua are however particularly susceptible to physical diseases that afflict modern Maori, regardless of geography or tribal origin. To explore the health status of Tuhoe kaumatua, the study needed to take into account external cultural influences and, in particular, the colonial experience. This justifies a comprehensive theoretical approach that includes European philosophical influences which, it will be argued, have impacted on Maori lifeways. Notwithstanding, the study draws principally on Maori conceptualisations of the world, mainly because kaumatua mental wellness was considered to be inextricable to Tuhoe language and culture.
The research attempted to isolate those factors that sustain kaumatua mental wellness. In determining the causal factors of wellness it soon became apparent that the practice of traditional Maori healing, embedded in ancient esoteric knowledge, was of considerable significance. This feature is apparent from the outset.
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