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Tūhono Māori: Promoting secure whānau relationships for traumatised mokopuna

The research project seeks to investigate a Maori understanding of secure emotional attachments and bonds from a Maori perspective utilising Kaupapa Maori methodology and qualitative methods. The research uses concepts such as tuhono and tuhonotanga to develop a contemporary Maori theory of attachment. The overall aim is to shape Indigenous trauma interventions for Maori children and their whanau (family).

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