Students develop a critical analysis of the positions of contemporary Maori people through discussion and examination of the Western world and New Zealand society. The theory base is drawn from Maori and indigenous development, community and social psychology and of health and social policy.
|Internal assessment / examination:||100:0|
Note: This paper will be delivered to Tauranga via video-conference and facilitated by a tutor. Labs will have face to face options at both Hamilton and Tauranga.
Trimesters and Locations
|Occurrence Code||When taught||Where taught|
|23B (HAM)||B Trimester : 10 Jul 2023 - 5 Nov 2023||Hamilton|
|23B (TGA)||B Trimester : 10 Jul 2023 - 5 Nov 2023||Tauranga|
Timetabled Lectures for Indigenous Psychology (PSYCH303)
|Wed||11:00 AM||1:00 PM||S.1.03||Jul 10 - Oct 15|
|Wed||11:00 AM||1:00 PM||TCBD.2.12||Jul 10 - Oct 15|
NB:There may be other timetabled events for this paper such as tutorials or workshops.
Visit the online timetable for PSYCH303 for more details
Indicative Fees for Indigenous Psychology (PSYCH303)
The following 2022 paper outlines are available for PSYCH303. Please contact the Faculty or School office for details on 2023 outlines.
Available Subjects: Kaupapa Māori Psychology | Māori and Indigenous Studies | Psychology
Other available years: Indigenous Psychology - PSYCH303 (2022)
Paper details current as of : 21 March 2023 10:02am
Indicative fees current as of : 25 March 2023 4:30am