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The Ringatū movement : a phenomenological essay on culture shock in New Zealand/Aotearoa

Author: Irvine Roxburgh
Publisher: Christchurch [N.Z.] : Cadsonbury, 1998.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Further-rev. edView all editions and formats
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"The essay draws attention to the perplexity and social restlessness that strikes critically at the emotions of any indigenous people who are confronted with pressures to adapt too rapidly to new ways, new morals, new attitudes, and new technologies. ... The corolly of my thesis is that the phenomenon of Hauhauism ... is a universal and ever latent phenomenon"--Author's preface.
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Named Person: Te Kooti; Te Kooti
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Irvine Roxburgh
ISBN: 1877151165 9781877151163
OCLC Number: 154706399
Notes: Originally published: 1958.
Description: ix, 124 pages : illustrations, map, portrait ; 21 cm
Contents: 1. Background to bitterness --
2. Pai-Marire Hau --
3. Hauhauism crushed : a new faith born --
4. An isolated event or a latent force? --
5. A universal phenomenon --
6. Perplexed but proud --
7. Formation of an indigenous movement --
8. Ringatu tradition takes shape --
9. Faith --
10. Ritual and observances --
11. Order --
12. A need for understanding --
Appendices --
Appendix Ia. Matawhero Church --
Appendix Ib. Names of victims --
Appendix Ic. Letter by Colin Bell --
Appendix II. Te Kooti's attack on Rauporoa pa and jean Guerrin;s Mill, Whakatane --
Appendix III. Lone Pakeha attends hui --
Appendix IV. Glossary of Maori words.
Responsibility: by Irvine Roxburgh.

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"The essay draws attention to the perplexity and social restlessness that strikes critically at the emotions of any indigenous people who are confronted with pressures to adapt too rapidly to new ways, new morals, new attitudes, and new technologies. ... The corolly of my thesis is that the phenomenon of Hauhauism ... is a universal and ever latent phenomenon"--Author's preface.

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