Te Kawa a Māui – School of Māori Studies

This information is for the 2016 academic year. See information for MAOR 222 in 2017.

MAOR-222 – Te Aukorimiha, Te Auripomiha o te Reo/The Social and Political Development of the Maori Language

Points:20Prerequisites:40 pts from MAOR 100-199, including 20 pts from MAOR 101, 102, 111, 112
Faculty:Humanities & Soc ScCorequisites:None
School:Te Kawa a MauiRestrictions:None

The course includes socio-linguistic, educational and psychological theories related to language revitalisation, planning, policy and management. MAOR 222 will also examine Maori language revitalisation initiatives and the impact those initiatives have made on the social and political development of the language, with a comparative analysis of indigenous language revitalisation movements. 100% internal assessment.

Tuition Fees

2016: domestic $876.00     international $3,985.80

Set Text

Higgins, R, Rewi, P and Olsen-Reeder, V (eds), 2014. The Value of the Māori Language: Te Hua o Te Reo Māori. Wellington: Huia. Available from Vic Books.

Recommended Reading

A list of recommended readings is available on Blackboard.

Academic Writing Guide

Te Kawa a Māui Academic Writing Guide, 2011 edition. Wellington: Victoria University. A copy of these guidelines will be made available on Blackboard.

Trimester 2 2016

* indicates instructor is the course coordinator.

CRNFrom/ToDaysTimeBuilding [Campus]RoomInstructor
2042 11 Jul – 21 Aug 2016Tue0900 - 0950Alan MacDiarmid Building [Kelburn]106Vincent Olsen-Reeder
11 Jul – 21 Aug 2016Thu1510 - 1700Alan MacDiarmid Building [Kelburn]LT105
5 Sep – 16 Oct 2016Tue0900 - 0950Alan MacDiarmid Building [Kelburn]106
5 Sep – 16 Oct 2016Thu1510 - 1700Alan MacDiarmid Building [Kelburn]LT105

Course Outline Information

For FHSS and NZSM course outlines (current and previous years), please refer to the Course Outlines page on the FHSS website.