The Māori economy is often defined simply by the contributions of Māori in New Zealand in the areas of farming, fisheries and forestry. This book explores the ways that Māori in the privatised military industry contribute in monetary and non-monetary ways to the Māori economy.
Home: Here To Stay is a collection of essays exploring subjects such as migration, ageing and dying, and the meanings of home to Indigenous and colonised peoples.
This collection of 12 academic essays considers understandings of home and the impact of dominant societies on indigenous societies and their homes. The book covers home and language preservation, homelessness, retention of land, tobacco use in the home, loss of home through trauma and natural disaster, ageing and health, and the meaning of home.