A bibliography of writing by Māori in English
"Tainui Maaori Trust Board Employment Promotion Strategies." Unpublished paper. Hamilton. N.Z.: Centre for Maaori Studies and Research, University of Waikato, 1985.
Co-authors Raiha Mahuta, I. M. Nottingham, and J. E. Ritchie.
Maaori Development Models. Hamilton, N.Z.: Centre for Maaori Studies and Research, University of Waikato, 1985.
Co-authors Raiha Mahuta and J. E. Ritchie.
"Māori Unemployment: New Directions in Unemployment Schemes." Raiha Mahuta. Ngaa Koorero O Te Hootoke 1985: Ko Taa Te Māori Waahanga: Equity, Social Justice and Maaoridom. [Hamilton], N.Z.: Centre for Maaori Studies and Research, University of Waikato, Occasional Paper No. 30, Feb. 1986. 18-27.
A research paper on Māori unemployment in which Mahuta argues for a state policy of affirmative action through ‘doing something positive for those already disadvantaged....[and] to reduce the disadvantage.’ Mahuta lists six practical applications of affirmative action and contends that the end goal of affirmative action is not to ‘perpetuate dependence’ but to achieve ‘equality of outcome’ by which time affirmative action is no longer necessary. Mahuta writes of a project being undertaken for the Māori Economic Commission to compile a ‘national overview of various Māori tribal development initiatives’ and to examine the Māori success models.
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