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Pacific Identities and Well-being - Cross-Cultural Perspectives (Paperback) Loot Price: R379
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Pacific Identities and Well-being - Cross-Cultural Perspectives (Paperback): Margaret Agee, Tracey McIntosh, Philip Culbertson,...
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Pacific Identities and Well-being - Cross-Cultural Perspectives (Paperback)

Margaret Agee, Tracey McIntosh, Philip Culbertson, Cabrini 'ofa Makasiale

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This anthology addresses the mental health and therapeutic needs of Polynesian and Melanesian people and the scarcity of resources for those working with them. It is divided into four parts: Identity, Therapeutic Practice, Death & Dying and Reflexive Practice -- that approach the concerns of Maori, Samoans, Tongans, Fijians and people from Tuvalu and Tokelau. Contributors include a wide range of writers, most of who are Maori or Pasifika. Poems by Serie Barford, Selina Tusitala Marsh and Tracey Tawhiao introduce each section. As Pasifika populations expand, so do the issues generated by colonisation, intermarriage, assimilation, socio-economic insecurity and international migration. The stresses of adolescence, identity, families, death and spirituality are all explored here in innovative research that offers a wealth of inspiration and ideas to supportive family, friends and practitioners.

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Imprint: Otago University Press
Country of origin: New Zealand
Release date: July 2013
First published: July 2013
Editors: Margaret Agee • Tracey McIntosh • Philip Culbertson • Cabrini 'ofa Makasiale
Dimensions: 230 x 150mm (L x W)
Format: Paperback
Pages: 336
ISBN-13: 978-1-877578-35-9
Barcode: 9781877578359
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LSN: 1-877578-35-5

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