Relevant areas of the Central Library include:
Barlow, C. (1994). Tikanga whakaaro: Key concepts in Māori culture. Oxford University Press.
Belich, J. (1996). Making peoples: A history of New Zealanders. The Penguin Press.
Bell, R., Kāwharu, M., Taylor, K., & Belgrave, M. (2017). The Treaty on the ground: Where we are headed, and why it matters. Massey University Press. (ebook)
Bell, A., McIntosh, T., Elizabeth, V., & Wynyard, M. (2017). A land of milk and honey: Making sense of Aotearoa New Zealand. Auckland University Press. (ebook)
Boulton, A., Cvitanovic, L., & Cropp, T. (2020). Bringing whānau ora to health social work. In M. Petrakis (Ed.), Social work practice in health: An introduction to contexts, theories and skills (pp. 159-174). Routledge. (ebook)
Callister, P., Bromell, D., & Victoria University of Wellington. Institute of Policy Studies. (2011). A changing population, changing identities: The crown-Māori relationship in 50 years' time? Institute of Policy Studies.(ebook)
Durie, M. (1998). Whaiora: Māori health development. Oxford University Press.
Durie, M. (2001). Mauri ora: The dynamics of Māori health. Oxford University Press.
Durie, M. (2011). Navigating Māori futures. Huia (ebook)
Durie, M. (2013). Launching Māori futures. Huia (ebook)
Ektone, A., & Walker, S. (2015). Bicultural practice: Beyond mere tokenism. In K. van Heugten & A Gibbs (Eds.), Social work for sociologists: Theory and practice (pp 10-3-119). Palgrave Macmillan. (ebook)
Eketone, A., & Walker, S. (2016). Kaupapa Māori social work research. In M. Gray & J. Coates (Eds.), Decolonizing social work (pp 259-270). Routledge.
Ka'ai, T. M., Moorfield, J. C., Reilly, M., & Mosely, S. (2004). Ki te whaiao: An introduction to Māori culture and society. Pearson.
Kiddle, R. (Ed.). (2020). Imagining decolonisation. Bridget Williams Books (ebook)
Kingi, T. K. R., Durie, M., Elder, H., Tapsell, R., Lawrence, M., & Bennett, S. (2017). Maea te toi ora: Māori health transformations. Huia. (ebook)
Mead, S. M. (2016). Tikanga Māori: Living by Māori values. Huia.(ebook)
McIntosh, T., & Mulholland, M. (2013). Māori and social issues. Huia (ebook)
Mooney, H., Watson, A., Ruwhiu, P., & Hollis-English, A. (2020). Māori social work and Māori mental health in Aotearoa New Zealand. In R. Ow, & A. Poon (Eds.). Mental Health and Social Work. Springer. (ebook)
Orange, C. (2021). The Treaty of Waitangi: Te Tiriti o Waitangi: An illustrated history. Bridget Williams Books. (ebook)
O'Sullivan, D. (2007). Beyond biculturalism: The politics of an indigenous minority. Huia.
Patterson, J. (1992). Exploring Māori values. Dunmore Press.
Pihama, L., & Smith, L. T. (Eds.). (2023). Ora: Healing ourselves indigenous knowledge, healing and wellbeing. Huia.
Reilly, M., Duncan, S., Leoni, G., Paterson, L., Carter, L., Rātima, M., & Rewi, P. (Eds.). (2018). Te Kōparapara: An introduction to the Māori world. Auckland, New Zealand: Auckland University Press.
Roberts, S. (2022). Assessment with Māori. In J. Maidment, R. Egan, R. Tudor, & S. Nipperess (Eds.), Practice skills in social work and welfare: More than just common sense. Taylor & Francis (ebook)
Ruwhiu, L. A. (2017). Making sense of indigenous issues in Aotearoa New Zealand. In M. Connolly & L. Harms (Eds.), Social work: Contexts and practice (4th ed., pp. 95-108). Oxford University Press.
Ruwhiu, P. (2019). Te whakapakari ake i te mahi: Mana-enhancing practice engagement with social work students and practitoners. In R. Munford & K. O'Donoghue (Eds), New Theories for social work practice: Ethical practice for working with individuals, families and communities. (ebook)
Smith, L. T. (2021). Decolonizing methodologies: Research and indigenous peoples (3rd ed.). Zed Books. (ebook)
Tawhai, V. M. H., & Gray-Sharp, K. (2013). Always speaking: The Treaty of Waitangi and public policy. Huia. (ebook)
Walker, R. J. (2004). Struggle without end: Ka whawhai tonu matou. Penguin.
Walsh-Tapiata, W. (2016). The past, the present and the future: The New Zealand Indigenous experience of social work. In J. Coates, M. Gray, M. Bird, L. Jordan & P. O’Leary (Eds.). Indigenous social work around the world: Towards culturally relevant education and practice. (ebook)
Selected journal articles:
Eketone, A. (2008). Theoretical underpinnings of kaupapa Māori directed practice. MAI review
Hollis-English, A. (2012). Puao-te-ata-tu: Informing Māori social work since 1986. Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work, 24(3), 41-48.
Munford, R., & Sanders, J. (2010). Embracing the diversity of practice: Indigenous knowledge and mainstream social work practice. Journal of Social Work Practice, 25(1), 63–77
Walker, S. (2012). The teaching of Māori social work practice and theory to a predominanty Pākehā audience. Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work, 24(3-4), 65-74.
Whitinui, P. (2011). The Treaty and "treating" Māori health: Politics, policy and partnership. AlterNative: An International Journal of Indigenous Peoples, 7(2), 138-151.
Following are a selection of important journals published in New Zealand:
How to work effectively with Māori (Oranga Tamariki)
Māori centred social work practice (Oranga Tamariki)
Re-imaging Social Work in Aotearoa New Zealand - a collective of social workers, academics and researchers who share a passion for and commitment to the development of modern, progressive, inclusive, democratic and culturally responsive social work services in Aotearoa New Zealand.