A century ago New Zealand Maori were called a dying race, doomed to extinction. However, Maori defied these predictions, reversing this decline through imaginative, wide-ranging action. May the People Live also includes a brief survey of traditional Maori medicine, the Maori holistic view of bodily and spiritual wellbeing, and the course of Maori health after European contact.Preface A hundred years ago the Maori people of New Zealand were commonly thought of as a a#39;dying racea#39;. ... not as a narrowly technical analysis, but as very much part of the social, cultural, economic and political history of New Zealand.
|Title||:||May the People Live|
|Publisher||:||Auckland University Press - 1999|