Tikanga The Research Process and Ethics. Code of Ethics 7 TE TIRITI O WAITANGI 11 Tikanga Māori Tikanga Doing things right doing things the right way and doing things for the right reason⁵ An in-depth exploration of Māori world view and particularly tikanga is outside the scope of this Code of Ethics.
This section explores a number of traditional Māori values and concepts that define the parameters within which research is conducted.
Tikanga ethics. Out in the ocean off Opotiki you can visit two unique nascent ventures currently underway a Community Reef and an Open Ocean Mussel aquaculture farm. A key element in the discussion of Kaupapa Māori is the centrality of te reo Māori me ona tikanga Māori language and philosophies. The relational Five Well-beings approach based on four case studies of Māori businesses demonstrates how business can create spiritual cultural social environmental and economic.
If you have your own boat then you can explore these yourself leaving from Opotiki Wharf boat ramp. Ethics is about values and ethical behaviour reflects values held by people at large. Foundation for the establishment of tikanga.
They exist in many corners of our society are heard on television and radio. Practical applications of tikanga. Practically it ensures the life cycle of the plant that the harvesting of the fibre doesnt kill the.
It draws on a foundation of tikanga Māori Māori protocols and practices and will be useful for researchers ethics committee members and those who engage in consultation or advice about Māori ethical issues from a local regional national andor international. The legitimacy and validity of being Māori. Ethics is about values and ethical behaviour reflects values held by people at large.
Code of Ethics refresh – Tikanga Matatika 2020 – Dapaanz. Care is at the heart of the Māori values system which calls for humans to be kaitiaki caretakers of the mauri the life-force in each other and in nature. One tikanga is to never cut the inside leaves of the plant the names of these leaves are the rito and this is metaphorically linked to growth of humans.
The Operational Standard also gives guidance to researchers in terms of implementation of the Treaty principles of partnership participation and protection in research with Māori and also lists additional issues that arise from the ethical principles to ensure that tikanga protocols and practices and cultural concepts are acknowledged. Explores the coming together of two cultural codes of best practice – one of which may be referred to as tikanga originating from the indigenous peoples of Aotearoa New Zealand the other ethics with its roots in the European traditions – and argues that what is created is a third code – a bicultural code updated and made modern by a series of revisions and refinements and one which is. Māori traditional rules culture.
For Māori ethics is about tikanga – for Tikanga reflects our values our beliefs and the way we view the world3. Tikanga Māori translates as Māori custom. If your browser does not render page correctly please read the page content below.
Code of Ethics 7 TE TIRITI O WAITANGI 11 Tikanga Māori Tikanga Doing things right doing things the right way and doing things for the right reason⁵ An in-depth exploration of Māori world view and particularly tikanga is outside the scope of this Code of Ethics. They denote those customs and traditions that have been. Tikanga Māori is adaptable flexible transferable and capable of being applied to entirely new situations The tikanga considerations that appear in Ngā Tikanga Paihere were first seen in earlier Māori data advocacy work and later developed with Maui Hudson from the University of Waikato.
ISSN 2624-4926 Spring Edition 2020 FEATURE T TIKANGA MATATIKA S. Tikanga inform frameworks that address ethical issues. In Aotearoa New Zealand tikanga are already present in many domains and have become widely known and accepted for some time.
An example of applied tikanga is an approach by Māori weavers in the gathering of traditional materials such as harakeke. Abuse NEXT SLIDES Page content transcription. Noun code of ethics ethics.
Tikanga provides a framework through which Mäori can actively engage with ethical issues and consider the effect that research may have on their values or relationships. In particular a detailed examination of the selection and training of interviewers reveals how tikanga. The principles are defined as follows.
Tikanga are locally specific practices that aim to. The Māori ethics framework references four tikanga based principles whakapapa relationships tika research design manaakitanga cultural and social responsibility and mana justice and equity as the primary ethical principles in relation to research ethics. Page created by Andrew Fischer.
They guide good behaviour and practice when engaging with Māori and the things that matter to them. LEARN ABOUT RESEARCH The primary indigenous reference for Maori values and ethics are the creation stories which highlight specific relationships deemed. Te tikanga Play 1.
As a working example we consider the ways in which these cornerstones of Māori culture play out in the process of undertaking the Hauora Tāne study. This document outlines a framework for addressing Māori ethical issues within the context of decision-making by ethics committee members. Mead defines tikanga as Referring to the ethical and common law issues that underpin the behaviour of members of whānau hapū and iwi as they go about their lives and especially when then engage in the cultural social ritual and economic ceremonies of their society S.
However it is important to brieﬂy examine tikanga. Tikanga are locally specific practices that aim to. This framework aims to focus ethical deliberation towards a constructive critique of research in terms of not only its ability to identify risks but.
Other ethical concepts and principles are located within this framework and the ethical issues within each segment are identified and crossreferenced to the Ministry of Healths Operational Standard for Ethics. Graham Hingangaroa Smith 1996 writes that Kaupapa Māori presupposes. Supposedly it would seem strictly speaking by rights its supposed to be like this – an idiom used to make an assertion or to state that something was supposed to take place or have taken place.
For Māori ethics is about tikanga- for tikanga reflects our values our beliefs and the way we view the world8. Both ventures are founded on sustainable Maori tikanga ethics. However it is important to brieﬂy examine tikanga.
For the establishment of tikanga.