Nzqa registered unit standard 10702 version 5



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NZQA registered unit standard


10702 version 5




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Title

Research the attributes of traditional and contemporary Māori women

Level

6

Credits

15




Purpose

People credited with this unit standard are able to: research the attributes and strengths of Māori women in traditional society; research the attributes and strengths of Māori women in contemporary society; and compare the attributes and strengths of Māori women in traditional and contemporary society.




Classification

Mana Wahine > Te Aho Wahine



Available grade


Achieved


Explanatory notes
1 Definitions

Tikanga and kawa – the context of the inquiries are limited to the local rohe or takiwā. Where local rohe are also occupied by a number of other iwi or hapū, the tangata whenua or mana whenua view will take precedence. Other iwi or hapū views should be encouraged in order to enrich and enhance understanding of key Māori kaupapa, tikanga, kawa and take.

Traditional – is defined as the period from 1700 to 1940.

Contemporary – is defined as the 50 year period preceding the present date.
2 Sources of information may include oral, written, and audio-visual media.

Reading sources of information may include but is not limited to –

Stirling, A. and Salmond, A. (1976). Amiria: The Life Story of a Māori Woman. Wellington, New Zealand: A.H & A.W Reed.

Te Awekotuku, N. (1991). Mana Wahine Māori. Auckland, New Zealand: New Women’s Press

Wickliffe, C. (2005). Te Timatanga. Māori Women’s Access to Justice: 8.2 Yearbook of New Zealand Jurisprudence, Vol 8. No. 2, 217-263). Edwards, Mihipeka. (1990). Early years: Auckland: Penguin Books Ltd.

King, M. (1978). Te Puea: A Bibliography. New Zealand: Hodder & Stoughton.

Te Awekotuku, N. (1991). Mana Wahine Māori. Auckland, New Zealand: New Women’s Press.

Bol, J. (2007). Jade Taniwha. Auckland, New Zealand: Rautaki Ltd.

King, M. (1993). Whina: A Bibliography. New Zealand. Hodder & Stoughton.

Coney, Sandra, (1993). Standing in the Sunshine: New Zealand: Penguin Books.

Binney, J and Chaplin, G. (1986). Ngā Morehu – The Survivors. Auckland, New Zealand: Oxford Press.

Internal Affairs Department, (1991).The Māori Biographies from the Dictionary of New Zealand Biography, Volume One 1769-1869. Auckland, New Zealand: University Press.

Zambucka, K. (1971). Faces from the past - The Dignity of Māori Age. Wellington, New Zealand: A.H & A.W Reed.

Leahy, Helen. (2015). Crossing the Floor. The Story of Tariana Turia: Wellington: Huia Publishers.

Binney, J. (2001). The Shaping of History; Essays from the NZ Journal of History: Wellington: Bridgett Williams Book Ltd.

Ka ‘ai, T. (2008). Ngoingoi Pewhairangi. Wellington, New Zealand: Huia Publishers.

Belich, James. (1996). Making Peoples: A History of the New Zealanders: From the Polynesian Settlements to the End of the Nineteenth Century. Auckland, New Zealand: Penguin Books: reprint (2007).

Mahuta, Robert. (1995). Tainui, Kingitanga and Raupatu: in Margaret Wilson and Anna Yeatman ed., Justice and Identity: Antipodean Practices: Wellington: Bridget Williams Books Ltd.

Edwards, Mihipeka. (1990). Early years: Auckland: Penguin Books Ltd.

Wickliffe, C. (2005). Te Timatanga. Māori Women’s Access to Justice: 8.2 Yearbook of New Zealand Jurisprudence, Vol 8. No. 2, 217-263).


Gemmell, M. (2013). Thesis. A History of Marginalisation: Māori Women. Victoria University of Wellington.

Native Reserves Act. (1882)

New Zealand Settlements Act. (1863)

New Zealand Settlements Amendment and Continuance Act. (1865)

Confiscated Lands Act. (1876)
Other collections

Dictionary of New Zealand Biography, http://www.teara.govt.nz/en/biographies which has entries for many prominent New Zealanders



Archives New Zealand - http://www.teara.govt.nz/en/biographies

http://www.nzhistory.net.nz/browse/people/atoz from the history group of the Ministry for Culture and Heritage

Alexandra Turnbull Library Collections found at https://natlib.govt.nz/collections/a-z/alexander-turnbull-library-collections

Wananga and Universities has audio collections however access to this information is at the discretion of the Wananga and Universities.
Outcomes and evidence requirements
Outcome 1
Research the attributes and strengths of Māori women in traditional society.
Range evidence of five Māori women is required.
Evidence requirements
1.1 Research establishes and identifies the attributes and strengths of Māori women in traditional society.
Range responsibilities, roles, functions and duties, status, skills, vision and actions.
1.2 Oral, written and audio-visual sources are referenced appropriately.

Outcome 2

Research the attributes and strengths of Māori women in contemporary society.
Range evidence of five Māori women is required.
Evidence requirements
2.1 Research establishes and identifies the attributes and strengths of Māori women in contemporary society.
Range responsibilities, roles, functions and duties, status, skills, vision and actions.
2.2 Oral, written and audio-visual sources are referenced appropriately.
Outcome 3
Compare the attributes and strengths of Māori women in traditional and contemporary society.
Range evidence of five attributes and five strengths are required.
Evidence requirements
3.1 Comparison identifies differences and similarities between Māori women in traditional society and Māori women in contemporary society according to documented research.
3.2 Observations and conclusions are substantiated by documented research.



Planned review date

31 December 2021


Status information and last date for assessment for superseded versions

Process

Version

Date


Last Date for Assessment

Registration

1

25 March 1999

31 December 2014

Review

2

23 May 2003

31 December 2014

Review

3

21 August 2009

31 December 2016

Rollover

4

18 June 2014

31 December 2018

Review

5

19 May 2016

N/A




Consent and Moderation Requirements (CMR) reference

0166

This CMR can be accessed at http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/framework/search/index.do.

Please note

Providers must be granted consent to assess against standards (accredited) by NZQA, before they can report credits from assessment against unit standards or deliver courses of study leading to that assessment.

Industry Training Organisations must be granted consent to assess against standards by NZQA before they can register credits from assessment against unit standards.
Providers and Industry Training Organisations, which have been granted consent and which are assessing against unit standards must engage with the moderation system that applies to those standards.
Requirements for consent to assess and an outline of the moderation system that applies to this standard are outlined in the Consent and Moderation Requirements (CMR). The CMR also includes useful information about special requirements for organisations wishing to develop education and training programmes, such as minimum qualifications for tutors and assessors, and special resource requirements.
Comments on this unit standard
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