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  1. WĀHANGA TUATAHI / MODULE ONE: Purapura whetū: Diversity in Aotearoa New Zealand 16 items
    Core learning objectives: 1. Explain the contexts of health and disability rights 2. Describe and critically discuss different concepts of cross-cultural diversity and cultural safety 3. Describe key concepts, beliefs, values and experiences underpinning health for Māori, Pasifika and other minorities.
    1. WĀHANGA TUATAHI / MODULE ONE: General readings 3 items
      These readings and resources will support your holistic understanding of Module One and relate to CLOs 1,2, and 3. These readings will support your comprehension of Lecture/Week specific readings.
      1. Mana Tangatarua : Mixed Heritages, Ethnic Identity and Biculturalism in Aotearoa/New Zealand - Zarine L. Rocha , and Melinda Webber 2017

        Book Required Please read: Preface (pages 13-18) Introduction: Situating mixed-race in NZ and the world (pages 19-31) Chapter 1: A history of mixed-race in Aotearoa/NZ (pages 32-51)

      2. Superdiversity

        Webpage Required This is an interactive web-site. We will uses this as the basis for discussion in lectures - try to familiarize yourself with this resource as it will support you in your assignments and ability to engage in lectures.

    2. Te Wiki Tuatahi / Week One: 5 items
      1. LECTURE 1 0 items
      2. LECTURE 2 5 items
        1. Te kōparapara: an introduction to the Māori world 2018

          Book Required Please read Chapter 4: Nga Hekenga Waka

        2. Māori and social issues - Tracey McIntosh, Malcolm Mulholland, Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga (Organization) 2011

          Book Required

        3. Colonization and Development in New Zealand between 1769 and 1900 - Ian Pool 2015

          Book Required PART 1: The seeds of Rangiatea: Population and development Prologue (pages 3-10) Chapter 1 (pages 11-34) You will be required to understand key ideas from this text to answer questions in the final in-class test (Assignment #4).

        4. Tangata whenua: a history - Atholl Anderson, Judith Binney, Aroha Harris 2015, ©2015

          Book Supplementary See Chapter One (Atholl Anderson). There were slides from the second lecture which come from this document. If you are interested in developing a deeper understanding of the relationship between Maori and other Pacific peoples then reading through this would give you a broad understanding of key pieces of research which evidence these relationships.

        5. Kupe - Voyaging by the Stars | Television | NZ On Screen

          Webpage Required During Lecture 2 I presented a slide (SLIDE #14) which provides an overview of key useful points to remember when outlining the connection between Maori and 'places' such as Rangiatea and Hawaikii. At the bottom of this slide was a link to a short film that I would encourage you all to watch. Watching this is required.

    3. Te Wiki Tuarua / Week Two 8 items
      1. LECTURE 3 5 items
        1. 1. – Population change – Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand

          Webpage Recommended During lecture you were given a number of graphs (with links added in the power point in small font) which come from this site. If you are interested in exploring these in more depth please have a read.

        2. Home | Stats NZ

          Website Recommended In lecture 3 we introduced the population pyramid on the stats NZ website. We didn't manage to go into this in much depth but please have a look at this link in your own time. The Stats NZ site will be useful for you when you have to profile your population for assignment #1.

        3. Superdiversity

          Webpage Required This is a website where you can access an interactive resources. This resources will help you to think critically with the material that will be taught across Lecture 3 and Lecture. Please watch the 20 minute presentation attached to this website as well.

        4. Mana Tangatarua : Mixed Heritages, Ethnic Identity and Biculturalism in Aotearoa/New Zealand - Zarine L. Rocha , and Melinda Webber 2017

          Book Required This is a key reading for the module as well as for this lecture. Please read: Preface (pages 13-18) Introduction: Situating mixed-race in NZ and the world (pages 19-31) Chapter 1: A history of mixed-race in Aotearoa/NZ (pages 32-51)

        5. Manually add a new bookmark | Victoria University Of Wellington

          Webpage Supplementary This is an interesting video resource from PHARMAC. This will give you some insights into diversity and why it is important to think critically about diversity when considering health services.

      2. LECTURE 4 3 items
  2. WĀHANGA TUARUA / MODULE TWO: Mana Tāngata, Oranga Tāngata: A rights-based approach to health and wellbeing 21 items
    Core learning objectives: 1. Explain the contexts of health and disability rights 2. Describe and critically discuss different concepts of cross-cultural diversity and cultural safety 3. Describe key concepts, beliefs, values and experiences underpinning health for Māori, Pasifika and other minorities.
    1. Te Wāhanga Tuarua / Module Two: General Readings 7 items
      These readings and resources will support your holistic understanding of Te Wāhanga Tuarua/Module Two and relate to CLOs 1,2, and 3. These readings will support your comprehension of Lecture/Week specific readings.
      1. The human right to health - Jonathan Wolff 2013, ©2012

        Book Required This was the key reading set for Tutorial #1 and is an important initial readings for this module. You can find a copy of the 'reading worksheet' in the Tutorial #1 folder. Working through this will help you process key ideas which will help you comprehend other readings from this module, and it will also help you work through your first assignment.

      2. Contents : Human Rights in New Zealand

        Book Required This book will support you in Assignment #1. Depending on what population you choose to focus on for Assignment #1 you can choose a chapter which best relates to your Chapter. For example, if you decided to focus on a 'disability service' you could use the chapter related to disability. This is an excellent resource which will help you across all of your assignments.

    2. Te Wiki Tuatoru / Week Three: 5 items
      1. LECTURE 5

      2. LECTURE 6

      3. Whaiora: Maōri health development - Mason Durie 1998

        Book 

      4. Always speaking: the Treaty of Waitangi and public policy - Veronica M. H. Tawhai, Katarina Gray-Sharp 2011

        Book 

    3. Te Wiki Tuawha / Week Four: 3 items
      1. LECTURE 7

      2. LECTURE 8

    4. Te Wiki Tuawha / Week Four: 2 items
      1. LECTURE 9

      2. LECTURE 10

    5. Te Wiki Tuarima / Week Five: 3 items
      1. LECTURE 11

      2. LECTURE 12

  3. WĀHANGA TUATORU / MODULE THREE: Nāku te rourou, nāu te rourou, ka ora ai te iwi: Partnerships in the pursuit of health and wellbeing 6 items
    1. WĀHANGA TUATORU / MODULE THREE: General readings 2 items
      These readings and resources will support your holistic understanding of Te Wāhanga Tuatoru/Module Three and relate to CLOs 1,2,3 and 4. These readings will support your comprehension of Lecture/Week specific readings.
    2. Te Wiki Tuaono / Week Six: 2 items
      1. LECTURE 13

      2. LECTURE 14

    3. Te Wiki Tuawhitu / Week Seven: 2 items
      1. LECTURE 15

      2. LECTURE 16

  4. WĀHANGA TUAWHA / MODULE FOUR: Ngā Pā Harakeke o Aotearoa: the health and wellbeing of children, families and whānau in Aotearoa New Zealand 1 item
    These readings and resources will support your holistic understanding of Te Wāhanga Tuarua/Module Two and relate to CLOs 1,2, and 3. These readings will support your comprehension of Lecture/Week specific readings.
    1. Te Wāhanga Tuawha / Module Two: General Readings 1 item
    2. Te Wiki Tekau / Week 10: 0 items
    3. Te Wiki Tekau-ma-tahi/ Week Eleven: 0 items
  5. HLWB 202 - ASSESSMENT READINGS 12 items
    In this section you will find a series of readings and links which will give you some foundation and support with your assignments. You have a diverse sets of assignments: presentations, a formal written submission, a test, and a person reflective-journal/blog. All of these assessments will help you develop an understanding of the content taught in the course, develop critical thinking in relation to the content, but also they will help you develop skills in communication and expression to a variety of audiences for specific purposes. These resources will help guide your development of skills in communication for the specific purposes of the assignments.
    1. TUTORIAL READINGS 1 item
      These are readings which you will be required to read in order to engage with your tutorial sessions. The tutorial sessions have been designed to help you with: 1. Understanding and revising content from the lectures. 2. Develop an understanding of the key ideas stemming from the required Lecture readings. 3. Introduce readings which will specifically help you with your assignments.
      1. HLWB 202 Tutorial #1 1 item
        1. The human right to health - Jonathan Wolff 2013, ©2012

          Book Required Sections of this book were key readings for Module one and Tutorial #1. Introduction Chapter 1 Chapter 2 The tutorial #1 session in WK 1 should help you process this reading and how it can help you with Assignment #1.

    2. HLWB 202 - ASSESSMENT #1 10-MINUTE PRESENTATION (In tutorial) 9 items
      In this list you will find a range of documents related to a 'rights-based' approach to health which would support you to undertake your analysis for Assignment #1. You will need to decide which documents are relevant to your assignment. When deciding, ask yourself - does this document talk about the population that you choose for Assignment #1?
      1. Home | Stats NZ

        Website Supplementary You can use the Stats NZ website to help you with Assignment #1. In the Assignment #1 brief you'll see that you will have to give a profile to the population that the service you have chosen serves. The Stats NZ site can help you with this process giving access to population stats and information.

    3. HLWB 202 - ASSESSMENT # 2 Formal letter of submission (1500 words) 2 items
      1. Have your say: Children & Young People (Child and Youth Wellbeing Strategy) on Vimeo Wednesday, October 17, 2018 at 10:28 PM EST

        Audio-visual document Required

      2. Have your say: Adults (Child and Youth Wellbeing Strategy) on Vimeo Wednesday, October 17, 2018 at 10:38 PM EST

        Audio-visual document Required

    4. HLWB 202 - ASSESSMENT # 3 In CLASS TEST (open book, one hour) 0 items
    5. HLWB 202 - ASSESSMENT # 4 Reflective Journal-Blog (5 entries at 500 words each) 0 items