PROF. TAI BLACK – WAIREKA MĀTAURANGA with Wiremu Huta Martin on Tumeke FM

Today’s kōrero (click to listen) revolves around the facility of referencing; accurate citation, gathering primary sources, narratives and how to integrate these into your own interpretations when you are undertaking research.
• For people who are teaching research, being aware of where the students come from so that a meaningful relationship can be built in and around the plan for their research proposal.
• The importance of acknowledgement – any researcher who sets out to do research needs to keep a diary of ‘who, when, where, how…’. 

Further points of discussion:
– Ringatu Karakia – Panui No1 makes references to matauranga.
– The composition ‘Tiketike rawa mai Te Whaiwhero’ by Mihikitekapua and specifically line four: ” Kia mārama au te titiro ki te rehu ahi i Whakatāne … (That I can see the simmering, glistening haze of Whakatāne)”.
– A quote from Sir Monita Delamere in anticipation of next week’s topic – Pinepinetekura and the research of this waiata.

Listen to the Interview Here