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Joe Harawira: the emergence of a mātauranga Māori environmentalist

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Author(s): Dannielle Moewai Jaram

Journal: MAI Review
ISSN 1177-5904

Issue: 1;
Start page: 1;
Date: 2009;
Original page

Keywords: ecological sustainability | environmental science | Māori health | mātauranga Māori

ABSTRACT
This paper case studies the story of Hohepa Joseph (Joe) Harawira, a non-academic mātauranga Māori researcher who challenged the misconceptions about the validity of community-based researchers. His extensive research into the debilitating effects of Pentachlorophenol (PCP) on the sawmill workers of Whakatane, their families and the environment has resulted in significant transformative outcomes for the people and the land of Ngāti Awa.
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