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1 TRK also prefers the terminology of conduct problems rather than the DSMIV diagnosis which is limited in scope and applicability to Māori.
2 There are a number of Māori roopu such as Te Atawhaingia Pa Harakeke and Kaupapa Māori services who use pūrākau in their wananga and interventions.
3 Retrieved 6 June 2009 from: http://www.kinatrust.org.nz/myfiles/FIP.pdf.
4 Retrieved 6 June from: http://waikato.researchgateway.ac.nz/bitstream/10289/1547/1/NMPPS%202007_Gilgen.pdf.
5 Moe Milne (personal communication, 2009) uses the term Kaupapa whānau to describe this term of organisational whānau.
6 Retrieved 21 May 2005 from: http://www.corrections.govt.nz/public/research/ effectiveness-treatment/montgomery-house.html.
7 Retrieved 6 June 2009 from: http://www.pha.org.nz/documents/tepaemahutonga.pdf
9The concepts and broader explanations are all derived from the Māori cultural competencies written by YT&T, 2007.
10 Retrieved 6 June 2009 from : http://www.kinatrust.org.nz/myfiles/FIP.pdf .
11 For more detailed description see Durie (1999b).
12 Retrieved 5 June 2009 from: www.matatini.co.nz/careers/lespriest.htm.
13 Retrieved 6 June 2009 from : http://www.ccdhb.org.nz/patient/docs/Kitanga_Guidelines_Jan09.pdf.
14 Retrieved 26 June 2009 from: http://waikato.researchgateway.ac.nz/bitstream/10289/1554/1/NMPSS%202007_Berryman,%20Bateman.pdf.
15 Retrieved 20 June 2009 from: http://www.corrections.govt.nz/news-and-publications/strategic-documents/archive/strategic-business-plans-contents/maori-strategic-plan-contents/the-maori-strategic-plan.html
16 Retrieved 20 June 2009 from: http://www.bpac.org.nz/magazine/2008/august/tikanga.asp, 26 June 2009.
17 Retrieved 12 May 2009 from: http://www.werrycentre.org.nz/site_resources/library/Projects/Parent_Mgt_Trng__Incredible_Years/Articles%20and%20Reports/IY_Whanau_Group_Evaluation_Report_2009.pdf.
18 Retrieved 10 May 2009 from: http://www.werrycentre.org.nz/site_resources/library/Projects/Parent_Mgt_Trng__Incredible_Years/Articles%20and%20Reports/Maori_Hui_Report_2008.pdf.
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