Indigenous psychologies are sensitive to context, conscious of history and responsive to multiple ways of knowing and being in the world. This paper will cover topics relevant to students who wish to work as psychologists in applied settings, in particular, clinical, community and organisational settings and applied psychological research. Working responsibly with Maori and other indigenous peoples will be a central issue in this module. The themes to be covered include: developing a Treaty of Waitangi analysis, understanding Treaty principles and provisions and developing applications for engagement with indigenous peoples. Development of a critical analysis through in-class discussion and activity forms the foundation of the teaching method.
|Internal assessment / examination:||100:0|
Trimesters and Locations
|Occurrence Code||When taught||Where taught|
|23A (HAM)||A Trimester : 27 Feb 2023 - 25 Jun 2023||Hamilton|
Timetabled Lectures for Kaupapa Māori Psychology (PSYCH575)
|Thu||10:00 AM||1:00 PM||L.G.05||Feb 27 - Jun 4|
NB:There may be other timetabled events for this paper such as tutorials or workshops.
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Indicative Fees for Kaupapa Māori Psychology (PSYCH575)
Paper Outlines for Kaupapa Māori Psychology (PSYCH575)
The following paper outlines are available for Kaupapa Māori Psychology (PSYCH575).
If your paper occurrence is not listed contact the Faculty or School office.
Available Subjects: Security and Crime Science | Psychology
Other available years: Kaupapa Māori Psychology - PSYCH575 (2022) , Kaupapa Māori Psychology - PSYCH575 (2021) , Kaupapa Māori Psychology - PSYCH575 (2020) , Indigenous Psychologies - PSYCH575 (2019)
Paper details current as of : 31 May 2023 12:20pm
Indicative fees current as of : 31 May 2023 4:30am